The year was 1992 and the world was not ready for what was about to happen, because we had never heard anything like the WU TANG CLAN. I remember being at a backyard party with members of the Lynch Mob plus other L.A. underground rappers, and once they put that
Full disclosure here… the album rollout for “Burnt Sugar”, the impending sophomore full length from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida’s Gouge Away, has been frought with impatience. Having heard and subsequently replayed lead single “Only Friend” ad infinitum only to be more stoked on “Ghost”, the anticipation had become, well, an excruciating
Growing up black in the 80’s hardcore scene was a challenge on many levels, but it’s an experience that helped shape how I see the world today. When I would see another black punk in a band, I always hoped I would dig the music they were creating – and
Its 2018 and you absolutely love death metal. In fact, its your favorite genre and unbeknownst to everyone else you are the undisputed death metal champion of the internet. I mean who else is wearing an extra baggy Grave shirt with camo pants and Vans hi tops? The short answer
Check out CODE ORANGE KIDS in 2012 straight wrecking shop! This was way before their Grammy Nomination, but I could tell even then that this band was next level. Congrats to CODE ORANGE on all of the positivity that has come their way since 2012.
THROANE is one of my favorite bands for many different reasons. One major reason is that they sound like no other, and are able to harness an impressive amount of power in their songs. Check out this intense full set from their Paris performance. You can also peep this Dehn Sora