We’re really excited to re-introduce the CVLT CAST – we took a break from producing our podcast, but we’re back with a series of sick interviews that you need to hear! Our latest episode features an fascinating interview with Samhain’s LONDON MAY, where he talks about his new short film
Halloween is a time to celebrate the spooky, the scary, and the frightening. A reason for kids to don masks and demand candy from neighbors, and an excuse for some adults to dress in outlandish, sexy, or terrifying guises that would not be socially acceptable the rest of the year.
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
Calling all Misfits Ghouls – I know that I am not alone in saying that this band means a lot to many people around the world. Yesterday as I was scrolling down my instagram feed, I came across this amazing page called Misfits Tattoos Club. It chronicles Misfits, Samhain and Danzig tattoos
If you read CVLT Nation, you know that we dig The Misfits, plus Glenn’s next band is one of our favorites as well! SAMHAIN was pretty awesome; they did things musically that were really interesting and pushed the boundaries. SAMHAIN had a killer work ethic and toured non-stop from coast to
Who was the biggest punk promoter on the West Coast during the 80’s? Hands down it was GOLDENVOICE, because they brought in the biggest bands to huge venues with prices that kids could afford. They had some of their raddest shows at the Olympic Auditorium in Downtown L.A., plus they