Hailing from the hardcore/punk/emo hotbed of Long Island, New York, Staleworth and Crash the Calm recently combined to release a split EP on Downport Records.
Feyer joins us for a new edition of Stereo Six, a feature where he offers the five records (plus one curveball) that helped shape his debut full-length album, Signals Internalized.
Phoenix, Arizona-based Fervor Records recently reissued Don’t Waste Your Money on this Garbage, the sole studio recording from their hometown’s infamous punk group, The Spiffs. Good thing we scored this guest blog to expand on that...
What the f#ck is up with rock bands today? Can half of these popular bands even call what they play “rock music”? Artist Damon Kardon goes on a diatribe, and illustrates one of his frustrations with music today, not to mention Award shows.
Blank Atlas make emotion-heavy alternative rock such as on their upcoming Canvas EP, but their influences range from Meshuggah to McFly. Check out our latest installment of Stereo Six.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #18 features Halestorm.
Hello PGAers! We are pretty damn stoked to launch this new feature…Tales from the back,… The PGA Throwback Thursday, featuring Nirvana, Avenged Sevenfold and Metallica.
The weather is growing colder, the leaves are turning, and we need to start warming things up. Good thing Chef Danny P. has shared his new “Belgian Endive Bowl” recipe; it’s packed full of healthy and “Blue Cheese” weed goodness.
URNE paid homage to the classic horrors in their new video "The Lady & The Devil" so we sat down and chatted to the band about some of their "guilty pleasures" from the horror genre.
Sam Wolstenholme, front woman for Brisbane, Australia’s Seraphic, joins us for our newest Women of Rock instalment to give us her favourite Australian metal bands led by female vocalists.
UK pop-punkers Eat Defeat participate in our latest Stereo Six, where they list five albums (and one unpredictable curveball album) that have influenced their music, including their newest Bearded Punk Records release, I Think We’ll Be Ok.
We asked Norway’s Attan to break down the 9-track vitriolic attack of their début album End Of. Featured within: televangelists, going nuts, and guitars for four-year-olds.
The Mowgli’s join us for another Stereo Six, a feature where they list five records (and one curveball) that helped shape their recent EP, I Was Starting To Wonder, which dropped August 17th via CandyShops Recordings.
With nearly four months to devour, regurgitate, and fully digest Arctic Monkeys’ most recent album, Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino, out now on Domino, it can now be inserted into a definitive ranking of the band’s six studio albums.
Cleveland-born, New York City-based, “old school” musician Dan Miraldi authors for us his own special look at his mindset behind the writing and recording of his new full-length Alphabet City 2 AM.
Rising UK melodic metallers Fear Me December release their new EP, Crystallized, this Friday and have given us a track-by-track insight into the songs.
Still feeling the crazy summer 2018 heat? Chef Danny P. has got the best cure and it’s his “Canadian Metal Milkshake” that’s bound to give you a bong-ripping brain freeze!
Sails of Serenity join us for another Stereo Six to give us five records (and one curveball) that helped shape their most recent release, The Crossing, which dropped August 17th via Famined Records.
We need to put more emphasis on the “care” in Healthcare and stop treating it as such a business. More and more, pharma and doctors are starting to resemble the drug dealers on the street, where priority #1 is to sell-sell-sell and the consumer becomes less of a concern.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #5 celebrates 1958’s Vertigo released via Paramount Pictures.