If you liked the 1976 outlaw country music documentary Heartworn Highways, it is now available on home video, along with a new companion doc called Heartworn Highways Revisited.
The first episode of The Leftscape™ podcast, Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes, has been released. The new podcast promises to explore “the shape of progressive conversation,” but don’t expect it to be all about politics.
We’ve got punk/metal, avant-garde punk, doom metal, metal metal, fuzz doom, and riot grrrl, all on this edition of Let Us Now Praise Noise.
In our exclusive interview with Mike Portnoy, the Sons of Apollo co-founder and drummer talks about song craft, why frontman Jeff Scott Soto was the right choice for the band, and those Rush rumours floating around.
Hello, freaks and fiends! This week in horror we get you smelling good in preparation for a couple of big releases. Plus, there’s some Henry Rollins related news! The essence … Continue reading The Week In Horror: BPAL, ‘Robot Ninja’ Returns, ‘(S)He Never Died’ + More
We’re making up for this column’s recent absence by telling you about all the new music this week, including Chis Cavoretto, Gang of Four, DOA, Mick Harvey, and more.
Post-punk, hardcore punk, and a few things in between. In this installment of Pump Up The Jam: Holy Wave, Blackwater Holylight, Fotocrime, Glaare, Shadowlands, Second Still, War on Women, and Ganser.
This week: Roger Manning, Iceage, Donzii, Burning Image, The Wraith, INVSN, and Jorge Elbrecht.
We live in a world where major retailers are either drastically reducing or completely phasing out their CD sections, a world where rock and roll has been completely devalued by rampant streaming and piracy.
This week: The Buttertones, YOB, Ho99o9, and 3teeth.
A Rob Zombie box set?! New Pop!? Find out about this and more in The Week In Horror.
Among family, friends, and his many acquaintances, Thompson T. Egbo-Egbo is known for his infectiously positive spirit, his playful hijinks, and a smile that absolutely lights up a room.