Mike Patton knows his way around a few octaves. And he’s never one for sitting still, so he brought his scientifically-proven super-human ...
French duo Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Nicolas Godin have been strangers to our land for nearly a decade, and once again their brought their A game on stage.
The road to loving yourself is never an easy, but Perfume Genius continues to walk defiantly despite the struggles he faces.
Sometimes getting there first is 90% of the battle. And if Mayhem sputtered to a close after their 1987 Deathcrush EP (a nascent black metal record that formed from the decaying husks of thrash, punk and metal), they still would have carved a noteworthy rune into the rock mantle. Their ... read more
Behemoth. The word signifies massive size, power, and utter disdain for anything in its way. Some bands have a way of selecting the perfect band, and Nergal hit the bullseye here. Part black metal, part death metal, part whatever metal-based pigeonhole of your choice, the band is all business ... read more
A veritable obstacle course of enjoyment
Ty Segall is a rock star. There’s no other way around it. Not in the “don’t spill the beluga and Cristal in the back of the Rolls-Royce” sort, but more in the approach of doing exactly what he wants to, and having a large (and getting larger) audience ready to receive ... read more
California power pop band Cherry Glazerr spill about their new album, jagged guitar style, and death row meals.
Deafheaven frontman George Clarke opens up about New Bermuda, complacency, and why opening mail sucks.