On the release of her adventurous new album, 'Bought To Rot,' we had the frontwoman listen to Deftones' bold third album, 'White Pony,' for the first time.
Christopher Norris, the notoriously misanthropic artist behind bands like Against Me!, Atom & His Package, and United Nations, has penned a book about bodies coming apart.
The frontwoman looks back at one of the most beloved (yet most divisive) catalogs in modern punk.
Tune into VICELAND to hear the singer talk about coming out on 'THE THERAPIST' and catch a new episode of 'LAST CHANCE HIGH.'
The 50-minute Apple Music video features Laura Jane Grace's solo take on John Darnielle's "The Best Ever Death Metal Band In Denton."
‘Hugs For Chelsea’ aims to raise money for the former soldier, who was released from prison today.
The bands I worshiped in high school were fronted by gender-bending, guyliner-wearing, homoerotic antidotes to the American jock, and the music that helped me fit in would eventually help me come out as gay.
Tune into episode 75 of Noisey Radio this Saturday at 9 AM EST/6 AM PST and Sunday 9 PM EST/6 PM PST.
How two boxes of journals became a punk rock memoir.
While much of Laura Jane Grace's memoir, 'TRANNY,' deals with the nuances of everyday life as a transgender person, this exclusive excerpt indulges in full-on sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll.