punk

Interviews

The Truth About Devo, America's Most Misunderstood Band

Over 40 years ago, David Bowie called Devo "the band of the future." What he didn't realize is just how bleak that future would be—and how right Devo would be about it.
Andrea Domanick
8.30.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

You Need to See Camp Cope's Tiny Desk Concert

The Melbourne trio keep going from strength to strength. Check out their brilliant set at NPR, featuring 'How to Socialise & Make Friends' highlight "The Face of God".
Shaad D’Souza
8.23.18
To Hell And Back

The Zen of Cleaning Out Your Black Metal Record Collection

The only silver lining to moving tons of vinyl, plus some sweet tunes from Thou, False, Habak, Neckbeard Deathcamp, Penance Stare, and more.
Kim Kelly
8.3.18
Noisey News

Target Apologises for Building a Fake-Ass CBGB in New York

Having been criticized for taking on the legendary punk venue's aesthetic at a new Manhattan location over the weekend, the department store said blah blah blah "guest feedback" or something.
Alex Robert Ross
7.26.18
music videos

Pussy Riot Release New "Track About a Good Cop" Video After World Cup Protest

The song came out after news broke that four of their members had been sent to jail for running onto the pitch at Sunday's World Cup Final.
Alex Robert Ross
7.18.18
To Hell And Back

Chicago Is For Doom Lovers

Some thoughts on doom and friendship in Chicago, Indian's return, and new tunes from Cliterati, Dispirit, Infernal Coil, and lots more.
Kim Kelly
7.12.18
Interviews

Muncie Girls Reckon with Personal Woes on the Brash Indie of "Falling Down"

The Exeter, UK, punk band remain political—and critical—on their sophomore record 'Fixed Ideals' while showing us what personally makes them tick.
Sarah MacDonald
7.5.18
PROFILES

Dilly Dally Almost Died

The Toronto band nearly broke up after their breakout ‘Sore.’ Out of the ashes comes their new album ‘Heaven,’ the group's most dynamic work yet.
Jill Krajewski
6.26.18
To Hell And Back

There's No Room In Metal for Racists, Abusers, and Bigots

A meditation on enabling oppression, As I Lay Dying, Emperor, and taking accountability for one's own mistakes (plus some sweet new metal tunes).
Kim Kelly
6.23.18
Premieres

Little Ugly Girls Are the Legendary Oz Punks You Never Heard About

Listen to the first single from the band's debut album, 20 years in the making.
Shaad D’Souza
6.20.18
To Hell And Back

Satan Deserves Better Than Slayer

Thoughts on the International Day of Slayer, plus a bunch of killer bands like Tomb Mold and Necros Christos that you should listen to instead.
Kim Kelly
6.8.18
Premieres

Cassus' 'Separation Anxiety' Is Inventive Screamo That Hammers at Capitalism

We premiere the English emoviolence crew's endlessly vital new album and talk to them about surviving in a future that seems designed to bring you to the depths.
Daniel G. Wilson
5.21.18