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UK Doom Rock Gods Orange Goblin Will Never Stop Never Stopping

The heavy riffing mainstays have spent 20 years rocking on their own terms—even when it almost ruined them. Now, they're older, wiser, and stronger than ever.
Kevin Stewart-Panko
6.12.18
Scene Reports
Scene Reports

Turkey's Death Metal Scene Thrives Despite Government Repression

With an authoritarian strongman in office and music venues scarce, brutal bands like Engulfed and Hellsodomy are still keeping the faith in Ankara and Istanbul.
Paul Benjamin Osterlund
6.5.18
Premieres
Premieres

Stream Deeper's Debut, an Indie Rock Record About Being Anxious in Chicago

The Chicago quartet talks to Noisey about their nervy brand of Midwestern indie rock. Stream their self-titled freshman effort ahead of its May 25 debut right here.
Josh Terry
5.21.18
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Premieres

Sick Shit's New EP Is Exactly What Its Name Promises

Stream 'Thick Spit,' the powerfully pissed new seven-inch from these thrashy North Jersey powerviolence punks.
Kim Kelly
3.9.18
Interviews
Interviews

Clear a Path, Motherfuckers, Primal Rite Is Here

Power Trip's Riley Gale talks to vocalist Lucy Xavier about her band's hardcore ethics, the fluidity of gender, and the wisdom of Bruce Lee.
Riley Gale
1.26.18
PROFILES
PROFILES

Shamir Has Always Been a Grungy Little Punk Kid

We spoke to the Las Vegas singer about how he ripped everything up to start again on his latest, lo-fi album 'Revelations.'
Daisy Jones
11.10.17
we saw this
we saw this

Akron's Booming DIY Scene Is Best Heard from Its Porches

The city's PorchRokr 2017 festival saw 135 acts play to 12,000 people. For free. We caught it all and spoke to local band Time Cat about the city's scene.
Alex Dorman
10.22.17
Interviews
Interviews

For Primitive Man, Misery Is a Way of Life

Stream the Denver doom trio's visceral new album, 'Caustic,' and read vocalist Ethan McCarthy's thoughts on DIY, gentrification, and feeling bad.
Ben Hutcherson
10.4.17
It's Lit
It's Lit

'Live at the Safari Club' Is a Starry-Eyed Look Back at D.C.'s Wild Punk Past

Shawna Kenney and Rich Dolinger's new book tells the story of two teenage girls who started a DIY venue and changed the D.C. hardcore scene forever.
Trina Calderón
8.29.17
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Premieres

Goddamn, Melkbelly's Anxiety-Laced 'Middle Of' Is a Certified Ripper

We premiere the track’s bonkers, Paul Simon-channeling video and interview the band’s Miranda Winters and James Wetzel about their sophomore album 'Nothing Valley,' which is out October 13.
Josh Terry
8.17.17
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Premieres

Hear Honey's "Dream Come Now" from Their Upcoming Record 'New Moody Judy'

The Brooklyn punk band announces their sophomore album out September 29 on Wharf Cat Records, and shares the kickass first single.
Zoe Camp
7.25.17
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Premieres

15 Years After Disbanding, City of Caterpillar Release Studio Version of "Driving Spain Up a Wall"

We talk with the short-lived band about the lost track, which is out now.
Ryan Freeman
7.14.17