Record Collector: Marc Strömberg (Hardcore and Soda, Visual Artist)
"I often feel cheated when I open a record and only get a one-sided inlay."
Husband Stitch: Nashville Weirdos Rip and Tear on “Snowflake” (SONG PREMIERE)
Your brain will melt.
Song of the Day
Miracle Drug, “Grudge,” from How Much Is Enough (WAR Records, 2017)
Kentucky hardcore outfit drop nightmarish video.
Photographer Spotlight: Sam Jameson
"The biggest pet peeve of mine is watching musicians that just stand still and play their instrument."
Jeff Caudill (Gameface, Your Favorite Trainwreck)
"My first punk show was 7 Seconds and Verbal Assault at Fender’s Ballroom in Long Beach in 1987."
Record Collector: Shannon McCarthy, aka doomxforever
"I also really dislike nearly everything about Record Store Day."
3 Midwest Hardcore Bands You Should Check Out, by Marissa Ward (Backswing)
The singer gives us the scoop...
James Morris (downset., NonCon)
"All of a sudden, at the age of 15 or 16, I was in my favorite band. I could have died and gone to heaven."
Record Collector: Patrick Kitzel (Reaper Records)
The hardcore lifer behind releases by such bands as Terror, Backtrack, and Turnstile talks vinyl.
Photographer Spotlight: Benedetto Manzella
"...from the first time I saw the iconic Misfits skull, I wanted to know more."
Lychi, “Serf In USA”: Canadian Outfit Channel Spirit of ‘90s Indie Rock (VIDEO PREMIERE)
Archers of Loaf, Seam, and Silkworm fans should take note.
Art Spotlight: Alexandre Goulet (Despised Icon, Cold Cave, All Out War, Fallujah)
"Having grown up listening to Suffocation, I cannot deny the influence of Dan Seagrave..."
Record Collector: Johannes Persson (Cult of Luna)
"I’m also very proud of owning the Grotesque Incantation EP which I got at a flea market for €1 or €2."
Jeremy D. Smith (Halfmast, Plagued With Rage, No Reason, The Control, Dead Hearts, Modern Problems)
The Where the Wild Things Are compilation was a game-changer for this Buffalo hardcore stalwart.
Clint Weiler (Aggronautix: Maker of the Punk Rock Collectible Throbbleheads)
Go inside the twisted mind behind the GG Allin and Jello Biafra figures.
Record Collector: Shandelle Schirmer
"I paid $90 for my Document #5 LP by Pg.99 earlier this year..."
All Out War, Give Us Extinction (ALBUM PREMIERE)
The metallic hardcore vets annihilate the competition.