3Teeth’s Metawar (Century Media) tells of a band grown comfortable in their technical abilities as the they comfortably mesh the traditional industrial themes of politics, S&M sleaze, and psychedelia into a terminally uncool genre of music and still, somehow, come out sounding relevant and pushing boundaries.
I love Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’sideas. They are big and they always make everyone stop and listen (whether you agree with them or not). I don’t necessarily agree with all of them, but I do think these are the discussions we need to be having right now!
Can we fix our country and be united again? If we can imagine our country without presidents, politicians, uber-rich and large corporations, then what are we left with? I think we are left with a large swath of people who have more similarities than differences. We all are trying to just live and live the best we can.
Chthonic’s newest album, Battlefields of Asura, ties together the events of their past four recordings to create a cohesive narrative that discusses the nuances and intricacies of rewritten history and activism. In this longform article, we explore the mythology and history which is interwoven in their lyrics.
The sudden arrival of The Fever 333 and our current political climate seem to go hand in hand. These three music veterans are playing socially-charged music at a time when audiences are looking for a way to vent their social frustrations.
The hard-hitting mixture of punk and hardcore from Victoria, BC’s No Liars is well on display in the music video for their brand new politically-charged single, “Justified Sacrifice”.
What better way to start the year than by getting some of our favourite bands to give us their predictions for the year ahead?
If you’re feeling sickened by the state of the political world, I’m officially writing you a prescription for some Fat Heaven. Take one every six hours, and call me in the morning.
Zack de la Rocha is an extremely talented and influential individual best known for his musical masterpieces created while still with his former band, Rage Against the Machine. The name of the band alone is, in some senses, a summation of Zack’s true character: a wildly rebellious man whose primary goal is to simultaneously push others to think for themselves and encourage social and political reform.