It all goes down at the Paradise on Jan 11, when South Shore stalwarts Worm will also join various Gang Green alumni on stage to raise money for Doherty’s recovery. Truth is, he can’t live without it.
The upcoming Florida hardcore act talks sugary desserts and spooky experiences for our recurring series.
For our recurring series, the Baltimore hardcore punks talk potato guns, skate parks, and the secret to cutting sweets.
Pile, Hayley Thompson-King, Cousin Stizz, and Exit Order top the list in a year of incredible albums for Boston.
The thrash metal band talk bong water, dog shit, and the grossest meal they’ve eaten — which, fair warning, may scar you for life.
Boston’s metalcore heroes talk ’80s sci-fi, bird migration, and breaking orbital bones for our interview series.
Ahead of their Boston Calling performance, Converge talk about Boston hardcore and how their evolution came about.
“I wanted to make it 9 percent and bars were like, “9 percent beer? I don’t know dude…’”
Run For Cover is a weekly music column comparing cover songs to the original version.
Post-hardcore and political punk converged on the House of Blues stage in Boston last Monday night. No noses were bloodied.