Volume 14 Issue 5

  • Housemates From Hell

    Mastodon are four guys from Atlanta who play technically impressive, brutal metal that sounds like it comes from the depths of somewhere very, very deep. They were in Australia recently when we discovered that our friend and exceptional jewellery...

  • Vice Fashion - Tokyo Undressed

    Photos and styling by Rikki Kasso

  • Vice Mail

    NUTS FOR GUNSCould you do a Gun Issue? I know there are hundreds of gun mags out there tailored to homicidal wannabes and backwoods crazies but I think the views your mag has on guns

  • Records

    DJ CRAZEBass SessionsDue to the alarming lack of good rap albums this year, we’re going to start reviewing a few mixtapes again. Never mind Baltimore club, baile, or juke

  • Doomsday Metal

    In our Food Issue we recommended the re-release of the 1986 demo Rot in Hell, by Vomit. Copies of the original tape are being sold for hundreds of dollars and it's mandatory listening for anyone craving truly old skool, stunningly...

  • Do It!

    We're just back from Jamaica where VBS filmed a massive dancehall documentary. We spoke to literally everyone. On the first day we met Sizzla in his fortified compound called Judgement Yard, where he lives with about forty guys that just spend all day...

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  • Brute Force

    731 are a band of grind enthusiasts from Melbourne who are into giving themselves elaborate names. There’s Grind Fed Bathory Hen on vocals, Extraordinary G on guitar, I Quit on drums and Vegan Straight Edge on bass. They’re not like your average...

  • Necro Overload

    While the rest of Northern Europe churns out frostbitten avatars of doom continuously, the UK fires blanks when it comes to Black Metal bands. The only exception to this rule is Anaal Nathrakh, a Birmingham based duo whose terrifying studio project has...

  • Vice Fashion - High Society

    Photos and styling by Hannah Brooks and Ana VazThe Mardi Grass festival happens every year in the one street town of

  • Fifteen Nuts In Two Days

    Getting off the DLR in the concrete carbuncle that is the Isle of Dogs, it hits you how dull and uninspiring the poorer parts of east London really are. It’s surprising that people can even motivate themselves to stumble out of bed in the mornings. You...

  • Sprung A Leak 2

  • Vice Pictures

    Photos by Jamie-James Medina