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Steve Zing was born Steven Paul Grecco in New Jersey in June of 1964. A childhood friend of members of the Misfits – he later became the drummer of the legendary and highly influential Samhain. After leaving the band in July 1985, he went on to play in several key

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Soon it will be October, the month of all things horror related. So, what better person to discuss horror movies with than Mortician’s own Will Rahmer. Not only are Mortician New York death metal legends, but they are famously known for having long intros to their songs using samples from

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Via Dazed Digital/Text Cassidy George The four-piece lived with the New York Dolls and played with Sid Vicious, but they’ve been largely written out of cultural history   An essential part of learning history is questioning it, asking what has become part of our cultural memory and what might have been

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How many times have you heard a certain kind of American say something like, “if the Americans hadn’t joined WWII, you’d all be speaking German,” or something shitty and ignorant like that? As a citizen of one of the other Allied countries, I’ve heard it a few times. The way

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For me, few can say they’ve done cooler things. In the seventies, Marky Ramone seems to have drunkenly happened upon arguably three of the most crucial bands of the era. Dust, Richard Hell and the Voidoids and the colossus, The Ramones.  Whenever someone asks him, he’s nonchalant, humble even. He’s

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New York is a trippy city, because you can be surrounded by millions of people while still feeling isolated and lonely. I remember walking the streets of the Rotten Apple in a cloud of depression, and I felt invisible. Many times I would think to myself, why do I feel this way,

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