Volume 17 Issue 5

  • Bret Easton Ellis

    Over the course of six novels and one book of short stories, Bret Easton Ellis has put together one of the most entertaining, fascinating, and fucked-up bodies of work in contemporary literature.

  • The Last Interview With Alexander Shulgin

    I love Alexander Shulgin. I've loved him from the first moment I read about him. He is my idol, my hero, my sun, my O2.

  • Spring Break 2010, Woooo!

    This past March, I was sent by Vice to cover spring break in Cancun. The combination of lowered inhibitions, keg stands, board shorts, tribal tats, and hair extensions should have made for HILARIOUS photos, but unfortunately everything went wrong.

  • Hell On Earth

    Situated at the southernmost tip of the Middle East, just across the Gulf of Aden from Somalia, Yemen is the region's poorest country, and one of the more heavily armed Arab nations.

  • Light Pollution

    I have been staring out the window at a blur of wildflowers, and this is the first sentence to leave my mouth in 45 minutes.

  • The Corpse

    Of the many rumors surrounding Bredo Morstoel, here is the most endearing: He arranged his deathbed pillows into a secret signal for his grandson.

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  • Records

    MAX TANNONE Mos Dub Mixtape You know what the world doesn’t really need? A bunch of songs that mash up the black guy from Be Kind Rewind with dub. Max Tannone’s the one-man gimmick machine

  • Workin’ On My Night Cheese

    There’s an old wives’ tale that claims that eating cheese before bed makes you dream weird and incredible things. For serious? The British Medical Journal thinks so. A finely-aged 1964 edition tells of a man whose nightly supper...

  • Glenn Danzig

    Most performers have to span a gap between their public image and their private life, but Glenn Danzig has to jump between two distinct public versions of himself. Think of the disconnect between the cheesy camp of his Mother video and the lurid power...

  • Modern Primitives

    Photos by Ellen Rogers, Styling by Sam Voulters

  • Doctor's Office

    Comics

  • VICE Mail

    Dear VICE, I noticed the global trend report was missing from this year’s Fashion Issue. THANK YOU. THAT SHIT SUCKED.