Content Tagged: a hardcore conversation
YDI Vocalist Neil “Jackal” Perry Looks Back on the Philly Band’s History
"We got into W.A.S.P. and more metal stuff and were smoking angel dust."
A Chat with Iconic Underground Artist Raymond Pettibon
"I was a follower of punk since ’77, or actually earlier, but it didn’t have a hell of a lot to do with my art."
Antidote Guitarist Robb “Nunzio” Ortiz on Early NYHC, Thou Shalt Not Kill + More
"I had to literally fight for what I believed in more than once."
Nihilistics Frontman Ron Rancid: The Man, The Music, and the Madness
"Can you also please add, if possible, that I am not the Long Island Serial Killer?"
Void Bassist Chris Stover Looks Back on the Band, Working with Dischord Records + More
Hardcore, skateboarding, Glenn Danzig, breakdancing, the aborted second album, and much more.
Marginal Man Guitarist Kenny Inouye on Their History, Dischord Records + More
"When the Bad Brains hit the stage, it was unlike anything I’d seen at that point, or since."
Murphy’s Law’s Jimmy Drescher on Almost Signing w/ Rick Rubin, Astoria, the Misfits + More
"Everyone’s asking me, 'when are you gonna do a book?' And I’m like, 'I’m not done!'"
Bassist Kira Roessler on Her Time in Black Flag, Early LA Punk + More
"Physically, I was at my absolute limit pretty much the whole time."
Johnny Waste (Urban Waste, Major Conflict) on the ‘80s NYHC Scene, His Future Musical Plans
"We were kids from the projects and this would be great for us to stay out of trouble."
Eerie Von (Samhain, Danzig, Rosemary’s Babies)
The new installment of the 'A Hardcore Conversation' Q&A series goes deep into punk history.
Lucky Lehrer: Original Circle Jerks Drummer on Early LA Punk, Playing w/ Darby Crash + More
Check out the latest entry to the site's 'A Hardcore Conversation' series.
Eugene S. Robinson (Whipping Boy, Oxbow, Buñuel, Black Face, Author, Podcast Host)
"...I have been quite comfortable having people underestimate me."
Dr. Know Bassist Ismael Hernandez on Nardcore History, Crossover + More
Anthony Allen Begnal's 'A Hardcore Conversation' series continues with a banger.
Todd Swalla (Necros, Laughing Hyenas)
"After touring most of 1986 and we had gotten rejected by Elektra, so it just felt like it was time to pack it in."
Government Issue Guitarist Tom Lyle on Early DC Hardcore, Their Discography + More
"...I considered guitar solos nothing more than macho guitar masturbation."
Chris Moore (Negative Approach, Crossed Wire)
"I was very influenced by the Bad Brains/Minor Threat vibe, but I was trying to sneak in some arty/metal shit..."