All photos by Pablo Vigueras Arizona has one of the most passionate, unique music scenes in the country, a fact I’ve been waxing affectionate about for years. Everyone involved, bands, fans, photographers, venues, all bring their abilities together to ensure each show, each event, is a work of love. There
Dead Register’s 2018 album Captive made some of my top ten lists and is still in regular rotation. Today we’re lucky to be premiering the video for the song “Ender” from that album. To coincide with this premiere, I caught up with the band to gain insight into the making
Bending time and space with Bobby Bray from INUS and track premiere for “There Was a Fish in the Percolator”.
San Diego has a long history of influential bands and style in the underground music world. A thick family tree of players have splintered into projects that have stomped a plaster cast footprint into vinyl rarities and obscurities. A figurehead in the realm is Mr Bobby Bray, guitar tone manipulator
How can you not love a label called Drunken Sailor? It reeks, fortunately, of bar fights, fortuitous sex, lousy wine and people who laugh in the face of danger. That pretty much sums up what rock’n’roll, and punk by association, should be and a lot of times aren’t. Partly because
Chicago native Lauren Gornik is quickly becoming one of underground heavy metal’s favorite illustrators. Bands such as Gatecreeper, Deceased, and Savage Master (just to name a few) have hired her to create some of their artwork, shirt designs and flyers. In a genera where the art is almost as important
Debut Spirit in the Room’s new single Now That You’re Dead plus interview with frontman Dennis Sanders
From the moment I first heard Dennis Sanders’ captivating industrial-rock project Spirit in the Room, I’ve been hooked on the dark passion of their at times contradictory, always hard to define sound. And you should be too. Leaden with sad crooning and cutting, scathing lyrics, if you get a chance