richmond

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
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
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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
Interviews

Welcome to the Unholy Chaos of Divine Council

Watch the internet sensations' new video for "DBSB" and get ready for their upcoming debut album.
Joseph Henry Staten
4.11.16
Interviews

Meet Goth Money, the Most Positive Crew of Trillionaires on the Internet

The entire Goth Money crew crammed into a single Skype conversation to talk about their inspirations and spreading positivity.
Reed Jackson
11.2.15
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Lose Yourself in Technical Ecstasy With Yautja's Heavy, Noisy New Album, 'Songs of Lament'

Stream the Nashville trio's new album in all its gloriously deranged entirety.
Noisey Staff
10.8.15
Art

Lamb of God Vocalist D. Randall Blythe Is Bringing His Incredibly Stark, Emotive Photography to NYC

Explore the stories behind a few of Blythe's favorite shots from his 'Show Me What You're Made Of' photo exhibition at Sacred Gallery NYC.
Noisey Staff
5.1.15
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PREMIERE: Listen to "Changin' Ways" from Richmond, VA Psychedelic Rockers Sinister Haze

Photo courtesy of Sinister Haze Richmond, VA is home to so many killer bands and talented musicians that it's no wonder that basically every new band that forms down that way turns into a supergroup by default. Case in point: Sinister Haze is a met
Kim Kelly
4.17.15
Interviews

Richmond, Virginia's Brief Lives Found Their Lead Singer on Craigslist (And It Actually Worked Out)

"Vocalist wanted for hard rock band."
Seth's Beard
3.21.15
Interviews

Windhand Vocalist-Turned-Solo Artist Dorthia Cottrell Talks Scary Songs and Townes Van Zandt

"All my favorite songs, all the ones that have really moved me, have always been kind of “dark” or mournful or even kinda scary, whether that be played through full stacks or on an acoustic guitar."
Kim Kelly
2.14.15
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