AFI guitarist Jade Puget shares his thoughts about the band’s new EP, The Missing Man, plus his dream collaborations, fighting Bob Dylan, and some other fun, random questions.
Escaping The Grave is a return to form for Grave Robber and, while there are no big surprises nor does the band reinvent the wheel, this is a solid addition to their catalogue.
William Francis has decided to bring the curtain down on horror punk stalwarts Aiden. Manchester was the setting for the first UK show of “The Last Sunrise Tour” and we threw John Gilleese into the crowd to catch the chaos.
Metalcore outfit Ice Nine Kills mix classic literature with modern metalcore. Read our review to see if the combination worked.
Spokane, WA-based pop-punk act, Friday on Elm Street, released their album, Midnight Fun, on August 12th, 2015 – grab the song “My Girlfriend’s A Vampire” here!
Chris Kirkham aka Nim Vind is a solo musician from lovely Vancouver, Canada who today, October 14th, 2014, has released his brand new full-length album Saturday Night Seance Songs. We’re offering up an exclusive stream of the recording in its entirety (see below), but wanted to also give you more of an in-depth look into the twisted mind of this amazing musician. Check out what Chris had to say when we dropped him some of our “Purely Provocative” interview questions.
New to Nim Vind? Well consider this your lucky day… you get to discover one of your fave new musicians, and albums. Chris Kirkham aka Nim Vind is a solo musician from lovely Vancouver, Canada who today, October 14th, 2014, has released his brand new full-length album Saturday Night Seance Songs. We’re extremely fortunate to be offering you this exclusive stream of the recording in its entirety, so sit back, turn it up, and as your day unfolds, get lost in the wicked music.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Wretched, vocalist for the horror punk band Grave Robber. Dressed in zombie costumes that look like they’ve been lifted from a B horror movie, these dudes put on one heck of a show. However if you peel away the costumes and over-the-top stage show, what remains is a collection of good, fun-to-listen-to, punk tunes. Here’s what Wretched had to say.