A live review of Cemetery Piss, Corpse Light and Och live @ Asian Taste in Baltimore Mere days after the mid-70’s had us daydreaming about the impending blackening pall of Maryland Deathfest, mid March found us locked into the jaws of an appropriately timed permafrost. Into the fray… Backlit by little
I’m a firm believer in the magical powers of sound and its ability to heal. One band that has proved this is the Bay Area band OM. They rose from the ashes of Sleep, but they made their own sonic footprint. I remember the first time I ever smoked a
Madness! Noise! Tribes of humans! THROBBING GRISTLE were before their time! In 1980, this groundbreaking band gave an outstanding performance in London. Right now, confront THROBBING GRISTLE and allow them to pound your braincells into submission…and check out this intense hour-long show in the process!
Photos by Tobias Roberts Bands that come onto the scene and completely change the game are few and far between. The ones that continue to do so throughout their career, seemingly throwing elitist metal fetishism a different curveball with every release, are almost unheard of. No matter what one may
Like drugs, there can be only one first time with Swans; this was my fourth time seeing the band that over the years has evolved from the post-punk precursor, to industrial, to a more abstract channeling of spiritual vibrations at maximum volume. This did not diminish my experience, but it
This is classic on so many levels! A very young FUGAZI performing at the Gilman in Berkeley in 1988 – damn, I feel young just watching this amazing footage! Good looking out to KILL THAT CAT for uploading this and Shayne Stacy for recording it! FUGAZI will never stop inspiring