Posts In Category

Literature

ArtLiterature

It’s hard to believe it’s been five years since Wicked Woman was first published. Of course, it’s really even older than that, because it was years of work in the making.  I first stumbled across the idea when I had to do a project in college about women in metal,

Read More
ArtLiteraturePhotography

Photos: Daniel Kirby Going into hibernation is tricky business for any musical band, no matter how creative or innovative their sound might be. The hardest part about it is the manner in which they return. What usually occurs is a simple rehashing of old ideas, trying to capture a magic

Read More
ArtFilmFull SetsLiteratureMusicSludge

Rock Springs and the Legend of Dax Riggs “Dax used to live here,” people said; or, “My older brother knew him.” I grew up in a small coal mining town in Southwestern Wyoming called Rock Springs. Kids at my junior high used to wear Acid Bath t-shirts and hoodies—the ones

Read More
ArtCvltureEventsLiterature

Even with the collected knowledge of generations literally at our fingertips, there’s something to be said for the printed word. It’s undeniably exciting to page through a 600-year-old vellum-bound manuscript, knowing it will outlive you and everyone you know. And while it doesn’t really matter if wisdom comes from the

Read More
ArtBizarreComicsCvltureHistoryIllustrationLiterature

As anyone who has watched a 1950s B-movie knows, sex and juvenile delinquency were the twin terrors of mid-century America. The two fears collided in the case of the Brooklyn Thrill Killers, a group of teenage boys who went on a violent crime spree in the summer of 1954. The

Read More
ArtCvltureHistoryLiterature

It doesn’t matter that you’re an agnostic or a believer of the band because Agnostic Front aren’t the type of guys that care about that. Particularly Roger Miret, who makes no apologies for who he was, even if he no longer abides by the same code as he did while

Read More