Racism is never a joke…Phil Anselmo, you straight fucking played yourself in the eyes of so many, and CVLT Nation will never support you in any way or form. I have been an active part of the underground music community since the early 80s, and I have never made the
DRUGCHARGE Demo CS 2015 I have done some dirt in my life, but I was lucky to never get caught! That being said, Raleigh, NC’s DRUGCHARGE does dirt that I don’t mind at all. This band fucking RULES HARD and reigns down non-stop showers of morbid d-beat riffs. I really
Savage Blind God from RI is the shit, straight up and down. Their brand of hardcore dipped in the juice of Rudimentary Peni Death Church-era gets my blood pumping every time I hear it. The good news is that our comrade ATTHEBOILERROOM in Boston captured their most recent on film. Do whatever you
Yesterday, we fed the ghouls by sharing the Misfits Early Years documentary, and now it’s time to share with you Samhain Know the Pain documentary. I love the all of the footage from the beginning of their career. Honestly, this band can do no wrong in my book – every release is
The Misfits documentary “A Legacy of Horror” is a stellar unathorized documentary featuring footage of Misfits that I have never seen before! My favorite part of the video is watching a big sister holding her little brother in the pit. This is a must-see film for any Misfits fan, because it shows the
Spiked Hair, Painted Leather Jackets, Doc Martens and ABRASIVE WHEELS all went together in my mind when I was a youngster! Their debut When the Punks Go Marching In is a classic in my book. It’s full of youth anthems that still to this very day make me think of UNITY!
Hailing from the United Kingdom’s Yamabushi Collective come some strapping young lads known for their work in Nembutal and sonic torturers Cease To Exist under their new band name, Gevurah. They reach a new form after combining audial dismal fire, thrash and black metal. As previously stated in articles I’ve
1985 Grass + Acid For A Trip to The tour feat. Hüsker Dü, the Minutemen, Meat Puppets, Saccharine Trust
Many heads that grew up in the early 80’s scene started to have a more open mind when it came to music by the mid 80’s. A big part of this was the label SST, because they were putting out bands that were brave enough to go against the status
Today I came across this 1985 article from the L.A. Times I wanted to share with you. The feature is about FFF (which started out as whack 80’s hardcore band), a pretty much all-white punk gang from the valley. It’s an interesting read about something I lived through as a
What up Mofos, are you ready for NOISE? Well, I know what will do the job for you – a full set of BIG BLACK destroying CBGB’s in 1986…You mean jack shit to me, so just enjoy the sounds of these NOISE Rock warriors! Filmed by Greg Fasolino
This is super radness – peep this stellar full set from Youth Attack Records‘ Anxiety Hammer captured by Hate5six. All of this hardcore ruckus went down in Philly…Nuff said, this band is John Blaze AWESOME!
This feature is about two things: one, that I love the early DC punk scene; and two, the DC punk flyers. I remember that collecting show posters was a part of the experience of being young and going to shows. These pieces of paper sometimes had really rad art on them that would