Cro-Mags, CBGBs, and Cockroaches: White Zombie’s Sean Yseult Remembers NYC Metal's Lawless Past

"Cro-Mags and Biohazard invited us out to play L’Amours. We thought we were going to get our ass kicked, and instead we started a mosh pit."
Chris Krovatin
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31 Proposed Restaurant Menu Items for the New CBGB Newark Airport Restaurant

More buildings about songs and food.
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A CBGB Restaurant Is Opening in the Newark Airport

Pretty soon, you'll no longer have to rely on an Ambien and a martini from the United Club lounge if you wanna be sedated on that long flight!
Kyle Kramer

Life on Mars: The Surviving Members of the Earliest No Wave Band Talk Muggings, Warhol, and 1977

Mark Cunningham and Connie Burg look back the pivotal 'No New York' era of experimental rock.
Jordan N. Mamone

Brotherhood and Sisterhood: Looking Back with New York Hardcore's Warzone Women

Freddy Alva tracks down the women who were a vital component of the diverse urban tribe that congregated around Warzone in NYC's Lower East Side in the 1980s.
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From Matinees to Reunions: NYHC Memories from Sick of It All Guitarist Pete Koller

Photo by Ken Salerno For almost thirty years now, New York’s Sick of It All have been a legendary anomaly upon the hardcore scene. For the duration of their existence, they have not only stayed aesthetically true to themselves and the scene they

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."
Jordan N. Mamone
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That One Time When the Best Band Played the Worst Place on Earth

DEVO in Times Square. Ugh.
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