Jordan N. Mamone
The Celtic Frost-worshipping, GWAR-affiliated, pseudo-Satanic supergroup is dead, but you can listen to their final album right here.
Mark Cunningham and Connie Burg look back the pivotal 'No New York' era of experimental rock.
"It was never a band that really practiced much."
The band recently released 'The Rightful Pivot,' an improvisational arsenal of rolls, taps, and flutters that will make you rethink your stereotypes.
The Birth of Swans: Three Veteran Members Talk Reinventing the Blues and Their Imposing Debut Album 'Filth'
"We used to play at CBGB's and I'd walk down to the bathroom barefoot. I remember getting off the stage and licking the fucking floor and someone's feet."
We talked to "math rock" OG Pen Rollings and his new partner Brian Metz about their new project Bowl Ethereal, drinking Four Loko for promo pics, and how defining yourself by your sexuality is dumb.
Decked out in robes and war paint, Atilla howls with profound fury and joy while whipping himself into a shamanistic frenzy. Comparatively speaking, his shamanic punk band VHK makes Gogol Bordello seem about as intense as a middle-school production of...
Mars never made a bad album. In fact, during its fleeting, 36-month lifespan, the NYC no wave combo never made any kind of album.