It’s no secret to anyone with at least one foot in the metal core and hardcore punk scene that Deez Nuts are one of the biggest acts to come out of Australia, which as a region has earned a rather formidable reputation. JJ Peter’s affiliations with I Killed The Prom Queen aside, it is perhaps for these reasons that their fourth album, “Word Is Bond”, comes off as well polished but somewhat tepid.
May has came in with a bang. Anit-flags drummer Pat Thetic was there at the beginning and we caught up with him to chat Peace or Protest. Vandala went Inside the […]
What separates Cancer Bats from their contemporaries is that most of their yesteryear contemporaries have either fallen off, sold out or simply lose their edge. At the end of the day all three of the majority of cases …..
Aprils edition brings a little bit of everything. The cover is a double feature with interviews with David Lovering and Joey Santiago of the Pixies. We also caught up with the […]
This month we are very proud to have AWOLNATION on the cover! This just after the recent release of the single ‘Hollow Moon (Bad Wolf)’ and it has already hit […]
As a whole, punk rock’s golden era of cultural prevalence the late 70s, to the early 90s is a period held such high influential regard, that at any given moment there is always somebody naively attempting to breathe life into the genre’s mainstream relevance.
Perhaps the most enduring pop culture anti-hero of the 90’s, Marylyn Manson has sculpted himself a throne of social scorn that is so enduring that neither time, nor the mid diminishing returns of the 2000’s can shake the foundation of it. Even as a fan who was naiveté….