Kim Kelly

The contributor responsible for most of Noisey's coverage of blastbeats, black metal, and bad vibes. 

Noisey

Mød Gaylord – sortmetals seneste gådefulde antifascist

Vi fik en hyggesnak med manden bag en ny nazi-kværner af en plade, der raser op af Bandcamps metalhitlister.
Kim Kelly
8.28.18
Film

Den her dokumentar om den syriske metalscene er en hyldest til håb og modstand

Den syriske filmmager Monzer Darwish har brugt fire år på at lave dokumentaren ’Syrian Metal Is War’.
Kim Kelly
1.31.18
Fotografi

I Ukraine elsker de Lenins afhuggede hoveder

På tilgroede marker, i støvede lagerbygninger og i bagagerummet på gamle biler kan man finde halve og hele statuer af den kommunistiske leder.
Kim Kelly
6.2.17
Interviews

These Are Lars Ulrich's Truths

We spoke to the often controversial Metallica drummer about the band's hard-charging new album, the dangers of staying frozen in time, and death.
Kim Kelly
11.22.16
we saw this

Metallica Are So Friggin' Good at Being Metallica

Their intimate Webster Hall performance was a 'tallica fan's wet dream, and showed why the thrash legends still matter.
Kim Kelly
9.29.16
music videos

Metallica Reveal New Song "Moth to Flame," Announce NYC Club Show

Listen to the Bay Area legends thrash it up on a new track off 'Hardwired... to Self-Destruct'
Kim Kelly
9.28.16
festivals 2016

Scenes from Migration Fest 2016, the Nicest Extreme Metal Fest in America

Photographer David Burke captured incredible performances from Thou, Panopticon, Krallice, Mournful Congregation, and many more.
Kim Kelly
8.19.16
Interviews

Thurston Moore Is the Patron Saint of Music Nerds

We spoke with the Sonic Youth founder about Norwegian black metal, Henry Rollins' tape collection, and Bernie Sanders.
Kim Kelly
8.10.16
festivals 2016

Stone, Light, and Decibels: Scenes from Inside the Cave at Germany's Prophecy Festival

Prophecy Festival 2016 brought together Germ, Alcest, Vemod, Sol Invictus, and many more to play inside an exquisitely lit Stone Age cavern.
Kim Kelly
8.9.16
Premieres

Cody Jinks Went from Thrash to (Johnny) Cash; Stream His New Country Album, 'I'm Not the Devil'

Stream the Texas rambler's rollicking new outlaw country record.
Kim Kelly
8.9.16
Interviews

Get an Earful of Chepang's Hot-Blooded, Politically-Charged Nepalese Grindcore

We spoke to the NYC-based "immigrindcore" troupe about class warfare, Nepal's political crisis, and their raging new album.
Kim Kelly
8.5.16
In Memoriam

A Final Farewell to Erik Petersen, the Punk Poet of Philadelphia

Like an angel who'd been dancin' with some devils, Erik Petersen was the voice of my Philadelphia.
Kim Kelly
7.18.16
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