Via Flashbak “I’d been to my first gig, The Clash in Lewisham, a month before which was pretty mind-altering and then to follow that with this experience was something else” “As it’s Mother’s Day we’d like to dedicate this to all the absent mothers of the young boys here tonight. I’m
How SICK is BIB? Too fucking sick to put into words!!! One day soon I hope I get to see this band live, because I know they will rock my socks off! Check out this stellar performance of them ruling in Brooklyn. Our homie in video Max Volume Silence Live was on hand
Entitled None Shall Live.The Hymns of Misery,the splendid,devastatingly haunting death sludge band Churchburn hailing from Providence are back with this steamroller.You can listen to it here It’s been four years and two new members since Rhode Island/New York-based Churchburn put out their debut album, The Awaiting Coffins.The new album None Shall Live… The Hymns of Misery combines
LUNACY is a musical project that really defies sound, but touches the listener in unknown emotional places. As haunting as their songs are, they are beautiful. With each listen this project takes you to a deep, dark, murky place where sound has the power to change your reality! On Sept.
By now any conspiracy weirdo worth his salt – I’m looking at you – has seen Room 237 – the Rodney Ascher documentary about interpretations of Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 stone cold classic The Shining. Its true meaning is tied in with the genocide of Native Americans, because of the imagery
It’s Thursday morning, one of the last weeks of the summer…after weeks of smoky haze, a cold and clammy gloom has settled in. But there is a light burning in my mind as I watch the waves of reality wash over the system. From the first tortured screams on “Lure”