Deep Ass Questions
Black Flag’s 'Damaged' Is an Iconic Record, so Why Isn’t It More Influential?
Did the iconic band's 1981 debut album push hardcore forward or did its delayed release take a toll?
At The Movies
The Acting Roles of Henry Rollins, Ranked
Let's dig in to his 25-plus year movie career of playing cops and hired goons.
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Watch Henry Rollins Be on the Right Side of a Debate with Bill Maher About Rape in 1998
"Rape? C'mon. How can a woman rape a man?"
Photos That Prove Punk Didn't Die in the 80s
'Still Screaming' is a traveling photography exhibition showing rare and unseen images of seminal punk bands from the late 80s onward.
Alan Vega of Suicide Dies at 78
The electronic protopunk legend passed peacefully in his sleep.
Dinosaur Jr. Announce New Record, 'Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not,' via Henry Rollins
It's out August 5 on Jagjaguwar and, yeah, it's probably going to be really good.
Alex Robert Ross
Remember That Time Radiohead Played a Surprise Show at Washington, DC's 9:30 Club?
Read two excerpts of the book celebrating the iconic club's 35th anniversary, featuring comments from Henry Rollins, Ian MacKaye, and more.
We Want the Airwaves: An Oral History of LA’s Indie 103.1, Commercial Radio’s Greatest Failed Experiment
A decade after its heyday, Indie's legacy stands as a last-ditch effort to revive commercial alternative radio.
Henry Rollins Talks to Frederick Michael St. Jude on Van Halen, Studio Musicians, and the Lost Classic 'Gang War'
In the conclusion of our series, Henry Rollins talks detail about 'Gang War,' what it takes to be a professional musician, and Van Halen did right.
Henry Rollins Interviews Frederick Michael St. Jude on His Lost Classic 'Gang War'
A look into the lost and now thankfully released rock opera 'Gang War,' out now via Drag City and rescued from obscurity!
Jim Saah Learned How to Use His Camera During the Height of DC Hardcore
I spoke to him about all his amazing photos of your favorite hardcore bands.
Objectively Correct Lists
‘The Eric Andre Show’ Musical Guests: From Coolest to Lamest
From T-Pain to Henry Rollins.