Hey Terry, what’s happening man? Let’s start this interview in the past and then work our way to the present…What impact did the 80’s hardcore scene have on your life and how did it impact GRIEF’s (Come to Grief)music? I came along slightly later than that – I’m more
A Place To Bury Strangers Interview Photos by Robert Hanna To begin, what has inspired some of your sound? That sludgy, alternative, electronically-brooding vibe is really special and one I’ve only found in a few other bands, one of which is Creepoid from Philly. It’s a niche sound that fits
We all consider the album to be a very personal release… it’s centred on a sort of inside/outside dichotomy. – Ned Claridge, Stockades. Ever feel that moment in a particular song or album that makes you lose all sense of time and space? That connection you feel so deep; the
Troller’s released a chic pop dirge with Graphic. Troller are Amber and Justin Goers, with Adam Jones. The trio’s grown past their Troller cult status off their own Austin-based label, HoloDeck Records. All that leather that graced Graphic’s cover and the “Not Here” music videos coaxed Crucial Blast to venture a CD
TJ Kliebhan interviews NIC. Czech artist Nic have granted CVLT Nation the band’s first interview in English. Because of the language barrier and not every member of Nic speaking fluent English, the band felt comfortable addressing the questions together and speaking as a group. Why the decision to go nameless?
via Fact written by David Katz Fronted by an intense singer with an oblique songbook and a mysterious past, Glorious Din were unlike any other group to emerge from San Francisco’s ‘80s underground. David Katz tells the story of Eric Cope, the chosen persona of a Joy Division-obsessed Sri Lankan