Hunt to survive
Ice Cube called Ministry “the loudest, craziest motherf**kers ever”
Longtime Chicago metal band shows why they are survivors
Dan Donegan is in fight or flight mode
Earthen Grave’s in Trouble
Interview with Ville Valo of H.I.M.
David Draiman explains where to find attractive women, how Evanescence takes a back seat to Device, and why it might be awhile for that Disturbed reunion.
For decades, Elk Grove Township was home to the sprawling headquarters of United Airlines and with it a spectacular outdoor swimming pool at the base of a hotel full of 22-year-old flight-attendant trainees. Ladies, who wants a suntan?
Chicago’s most enigmatic touring black-metal act performs (and practices) in head-to-toe paramilitary uniform.
If heavy metal is a religion (as thousands of people in the latest U.K. census claimed by writing it in as their faith), then who is God?
Paul O’Neill is finding it difficult getting into the Christmas spirit this year. The last of his guests arrived last night, and today they’re putting the finishing touches on the annual holiday lights display. The patriarch of the family is certain this year his lights will impress everyone who gets to see them. (Spoiler: He […]
Attempting to make it as a New Yorker and failing carries with it a few stories. Here is a doozy: I once lived next door to an Irish nurse who would drop a bowling ball on the floor after midnight because she didn’t like the Brazilian couple downstairs. She threw boric acid on their child. […]
It never fails. Friends grow up, record stores shutter, liner notes shrink, columnists retire, and servers get hacked. But one tried-and-true way of discovering underground music will always remain: the cover song. This writer had never heard of Death In June – possibly the darkest folk group – before Nachtmystium covered “Rose Clouds Of Holocaust” […]