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Interviews

AVAIL’s Tim Barry Talks About the Band’s Reunion (Yes, You Read That Right)

After more than a decade away, one of the most beloved punk bands is getting back together, briefly. Frontman Tim Barry explains their return.
Dan Ozzi
3.26.19
WTF

Restaurant Owner Says Photos of Opossums Running Around the Kitchen Are No Big Deal

My Noodle & Bar’s owner acknowledged that there had been an opossum in his restaurant, but said that it was “like three months ago.”
Jelisa Castrodale
12.7.18
summer of screamo

Virginia Is for Screamo Lovers

Years after the state became a prolific mecca for hardcore bands, a new generation is now carrying the torch.
Dan Ozzi
8.8.18
crime

Soldier Gets DUI After Taking Cops on Insane Chase in Armored Vehicle

Police say the guy was under the influence of drugs when he took the tank-like monstrosity for a 60-mile joyride through Richmond, Virginia.
Drew Schwartz
6.6.18
beer

How a Vietnamese Strip Mall Restaurant Launched One of America's Coolest Craft Beer Scenes

Mekong, an unassuming Vietnamese spot, is credited with igniting Richmond's now-thriving brewery scene.
Kenny Gould
8.31.17
VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

CEOs finally ditch Trump over Charlottesville, South Korean president warns of 'red line' on nuclear warhead, Apple donates $2 million to fight hate groups, and more.
VICE Staff
8.17.17
Features

This Film Examines How Ghost Ship Inspired a Crackdown on DIY Venues

Bay Area institution Burnt Ramen is one of many live/work spaces struggling to stay open.
Michelle Lhooq
6.6.17
50 states of art

GWAR's Slave Pit and the Richmond Art Scene From Whence It Came | #50StatesofArt

Here's how a former NEA staffer praised the bloodiest aliens to conquerer Planet Earth's metal scene as model citizens of "the creative city."
Beckett Mufson
4.7.17
Premieres

Iron Reagan Baptize the Thrash Faithful with 'Crossover Ministry'

Stream the Richmond thrash punk kings' gnarly new album, out February 3 via Relapse Records
Alex Deller
1.31.17
Premieres

Lamb of God Shares New Video "Embers," Mark Morton Pens Essay About the Loss of His Child

Guitarist Mark Morton pens an emotional essay about the darkest time in his life and how it ties into "Embers."
Noisey Staff
8.9.16
Premieres

Dance the Day Away with Avers' Video for "Vampire"

The video, featuring a man in a motorcycle helmet and some serious butt-emphasizing jorts dancing wildly, wonderfully captures the light-hearted vibe of the song.
Annalise Domenighini
7.19.16
Interviews

Cough's Latest Doom Triumph 'Still They Pray' Is a Warning and a Curse

Stream the Richmond doom titans' new album, their first since 2010's 'Ritual Abuse.'
Ben Handelman
6.1.16
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