We caught up with The Jackets’ drummer Chris Rosales for insight into the background behind the band’s new Voodoo Rhythm Records album Queen of the Pill, his early life in the U.S. before his move to Europe, and some recommended groups happening in his neck of the woods.
Flexx Bronco’s near 20-year longevity in the underground rock world is an impressive feat backed by balls-to-the-walls motifs in their songwriting while maintaining themselves as a DIY operation. Today we premiere the music video for "Kavorka" off their new record Volume 3.
Sloks, Turin’s nihilistic howlers, recently dropped their debut album, Holy Motor, on Voodoo Rhythm Records, and it seems like the mantra is minimalism yields maximum results.
Gearhead owner/operator, Michelle Haunold Lorenz, joins us to share her thoughts on the struggles of launching and re-launching a record label and curating the Gearfest festival, and why it’s all worth it in the end.
While recently in Los Angeles on tour with Weedeater, we caught up with speedy hardcore punks Zeke to chat about their reformation, touring and new release via Relapse Records, Hellbender.
Los Angeles-based female-fronted rock quintet, The Longing have just released the official “What If” music video and we’ve got the debut!
The fandom of Reverend Beat-Man is cult-like in proportion. We caught the Voodoo Rhythm Records blues trash artist at Alex’s Bar on April 28th along with Thee Swank Bastards and Spindrift.
Today, this record is likely to be well-received considering the overall growth of the heavy music scene throughout the years.
3 Cheers to Nothing marks an evolution in Trinity Sarratt’s songwriting and an introduction to a well-curated crew of collaborators in her life.
Definitely, a compelling record from a unique band.
If you’re a fan of later era Varukers and skate punk groups such as 7 Seconds and No Mercy, this album is for you!
Take Off Your Clothes has 11 tracks that demonstrate and prove The Goon Mat and Lord Benardo's aptitude and appreciation for the roots music but injects some hard-edged boogie.
"We're going back to speed rock with this, that's the plan" exclaims Against The Grain drummer, Rob Nowak, about their fourth LP, Cheated Death, in 2017.
A short but sweet single, now you know about them but still need to hear them.