Johnny 3 Tears, frontman for American rockers Hollywood Undead, reminisces about getting stoned, house parties and retro video games.
Josh Lambert is a Bay Area musician and producer who eschews conventional genre restrictions in favour of following the…
Hollywood Undead does not require an introduction. If you’re reading this and don’t know of these guys, well we…
The revolutionary rock/hip-hop supergroup Prophets of Rage tackle gun violence with their new track and music video, “Pop Goes The Weapon.”
From Ashes To New recently hit Lexington, Kentucky’s Manchester Music Hall and we spoke with drummer Mat Madiro about his favourite shoes to drum in, Linkin Park, mental health, and a lot more.
(Hed) PE have come quite far since the early 2000s, allowing their music to breathe and evolve along the way. Out now via Suburban Noize Records / Pavement Music, Stampede is another dope disc deserving of your attention.
It was precisely the right record at precisely the right time. Released June 20th, 1989, the smash album from Faith No More, The Real Thing, still bites down hard enough to draw blood, or at least hard enough to leave a nasty gash.
We spoke with Canadian rap/metal band, Fatal Switch, and lead singer Steven Tobin dished on the group’s major musical influences, the story behind the “Who We Are” music video, and then some.
“Big Tings” is the title track to Skindred’s new Napalm Records album and the band have just unveiled a lyric video for the title track.
Deuce is gearing up to release his sophomore solo album, Invincible, on December 1st via Better Noise Records and had some fun with our Purely Provocative interview.
Detroit’s horrorcore duo Twiztid stormed The Opera House with a TON of friends in tow including Michigan rapper Blaze Ya Dead Homie.
Prophets Of Rage, Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, Brad Wilk, Chuck D, B-Real and DJ Lord have released their latest track “Radical Eyes.”
But now, after listening to the new EP, I am not that awed. I honestly expected more bang from the gang and, for me, there was not that much pop to this new helping of music.