Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #10 celebrates 1993’s Jurassic Park, starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum, released via Universal Pictures.
Fresh off their newest album, Make Room (out October 19th on Uncool Records), Destroy Boys join us for another Women of Rock installment to give us the five female-inclusive groups they are loving right now.
Richard Z. Kruspe’s passion for guitars, rock n’ roll and musical innovation in general shine through on A Million Degrees, Emigrate’s third album.
Songs for the Dead Live, out January 25, 2019 on Metal Blade Records, is the ultimate treat for King Diamond fans and an absolute must-have. Do not miss this one!
In another of our exciting Stereo Six installments, we’re happy to have Big Lonely’s own Jake Heise join us to detail five classic albums (and one curveball) that influenced Bad Magic, the band’s most recent release.
Bristol heavy rock quintet Phoxjaw are our “190 Proof” Artist of the Month. We tell you why, plus, vocalist/bassist Danny Garland drops some humorous knowledge on both the band and dinosaurs.
After a decade-long break, Forest of Shadows have returned with Among the Dormant Watchers via Inverse Records. Seeping with atmosphere and emotion, it’s one for fans old and new, and any doom metal connoisseurs.
Rambunctious pop-punkers Hello, Atlantic, who recently dropped their newest single, “Night Life”, join us to showcase their lighter side by listing their TOP 10 fun facts about their home state of Rhode Island.
German death metallers, Deathrite, have an eclectic taste in music, but all of it ties into the world of nightmares. Check out their playlist for unpacking their latest album - When Nightmares Reign, out now on Century Media.
We’re packing some serious Greek Fire today and offering you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the St. Louis-based group’s latest music video for their single, “The Ride.”
Out today, via Spinefarm Records, Storm the Gates is predictable, forgettable and should be downright offensive to any OG Venom fan.
The Yada Yada Yadas are full of “Human Emotion” with their just released new track on Silent Kid Records. The band’s Mark Owens joins us for a TOP 5 list of his favorite North Eastern music venues!
As one of the United States’ remaining 3 “major labels,” Universal Music Group can regularly be counted on for top-tier re-issues featuring interesting archival material. Just in time for the 2018 holiday season, here’s a look at 5 recent vinyl re-issues from Universal.
Welcome to Planet B! We are pleased to present to you today an exclusive track-by-track rundown of this eclectic musical act’s new self-titled album, right from the mouths of the duo themselves, Justin Pearson and Luke Henshaw.
Undeck the Halls! Detachment, a five-piece metalcore band hailing from Long Island, NY, celebrate their recent single, “Million Eyes”, by joining us with their TOP 10 songs to detach from Christmas.
Trollwar’s Oath of the Storm proudly waves the folk-metal banner and suggests this band is destined for truly great things.
Following the September 2017 release of their album, Nomad, via Rise Records, the Texas quartet Kublai Khan have certainly earned their title as a workhorse band.
[Spunge] hit London in the only way a punk band can with jokes, catchy tunes and a budget banner taking their support, Skaciety and the audience along for a fun filed ride.
Brand New Breed (out now via Metalville) is a blast from the past and a delightful resurrection for Dog Eat Dog. If you were a fan of the band back in the day, this is an EP you need in your collection.