Thea De Gallier
We spoke to vocalist Larissa Stupar about rape culture, gore, and Russian extremism, as well as the band's new Prosthetic debut.
While many older rock fans denounce the genre, metalcore has become an outlet for teenage girls, who have taken to publishing erotic stories based on their favorite bands to express their sexualities—and, sometimes, to deal with impulses to self-harm.
We caught up with them at Afropunk to chat about dead bodies, hip-hop's rockstar problem, and the line they straddle between hardcore and rap.
On the band’s fourth album, their frontman discusses his upbringing in Inglewood, California, resulting in their most inclusive and freeing record yet.
Mumsnet, once just a place on the internet for British moms to ask each other for advice, may be feeling the bite of the internet's openness.
Founder Kevin Lyman ignored the pleas of 13,000 fans to remove Front Porch Step in July, following sexual assault allegations. Four months on, I questioned him at Warped's London show about how his event can learn from its mistakes.
Apologise for yourself, Tim Commerford.
A new documentary, 'Rammstein In Amerika', attempts to explain how six weird dudes from East Berlin turned their scary music into millions upon millions of album sales.
The sexual misconduct allegations against punk singer-songwriter Jake McElfresh aka Front Porch Step are just the start of a much bigger problem.