Anxiety isn't cool, but appropriately named Oakland-based trio Nervous totally are.Read More
You just got good at hauling off and hitting someone. I wasn't born and raised to do this -- I'm a guy from Northwest. I went to private school. This really isn't part of my metabolism. But it became it...
So muses Henry Rollins in an particularly epiphanous scene amidst Scott Crawford and Jim Saah's relentlessly edifying Salad Days: A Decade of Punk In Washington, DC (1980-90) -- a documentary those of us who seemingly never tire of listening to Rollins and Ian MacKaye fondly recall Georgetown Haagan Dazs days and night street fights with punk hating meatheads were going to watch regardless, but which also happily proves to be an epic, smart, admiring-yet-not-uncritical and -- above all -- fresh exploration of a seminal moments in time packed with insights and anecdotes that will likely surprise even those who know both Dance of Days and Banned in DC chapter-and-verse.Read More
Every so often, we take a little time on Mondays to pay tribute to the Muthas! That is, reprinting the adorable metal/maternal Q&As that run in the magazine. Today, enjoy Jeanne Fury's chat with Michelle Innis, mother of Derek Boyer (Suffocation/Decrepit Birth).Read More
For over 25 years now Brazil's Krisiun has waged war on death metal for death metal by death metal. To mistake the trio as anything but death metal--and their dedication to the craft--deserves the severest of punishments. Now stronger than ever, the Brothers in Death have a new album out called, Forged in Furty. Still fast as fucking lightning with a cattle prod up its ass yet memorable as a gruesome car crash, Forged in Fury sets alight pretenders and posers with great intensity. Read on as we question Hell's most notable percussionist, Max Kolesne.Read More