Tau Cross, that supergroup of Voivod, Amebix, Misery, and War/Plague members, is on tour right fucking now. There’s two shows left: April 8, Richmond VA @ Strange Matter April 9, Continue reading Tau Cross on tour: video
Four years running, below is our annual collection of Killing Joke covers we’ve run across on YouTube. First off, Prong released a covers album called Songs From The Black Hole, and Continue reading Another fistful of Killing Joke covers
Anyone who has seen War On Women live, or even watched one of its music videos, should be able to appreciate the band’s power. Like Priests but in a more Continue reading Video: War On Women live in D.C.
After six years, Extreme Noise Terror is coming out with a self-titled album. Longtime frontman Dean Jones said in a press release, “Our best album yet. If this doesn’t blow Continue reading Extreme Noise Terror is back
New Rose Films is the outfit that produced one of the D.C. punk documentaries out there, called Salad Days: 1980-1990: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC. The trailer is Continue reading “Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC” to be released on disc
We’re fans of Democracy Now! around here, and so is the former bandleader of Dead Kennedys, spoken word performer, head of Alternative Tentacles Records, political activitst, and all-around punk icon Continue reading Jello Biafra on Democracy Now!
We reviewed one of Musket Hawk’s demos back in 2013, and the boys are back with another live demo CDR. There’s not a lot to add to the praise we Continue reading Musket Hawk catch-up
With this post we’ve got a two-pronged approach: gathering of news released about Killing Joke, and our third annual list of Killing Joke covers we found on YouTube. News The Continue reading Killing Joke: news update and covers posted online
Mind As Prison played a comeback show in December 2014 at the Barclay House in Baltimore, Maryland. The singer Maurice, with whom we ran an interview a while back, said in between Continue reading Mind As Prison has returned to the stage
In the latest edition of this column, we went “in the listening room” with J.R. from Pig Destroyer and played him some records. Here are excerpts from his first impressions Continue reading Musical Darwinism with J.R. Hayes