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new emo artists, poorstacy, the kid laroi, deb never, shrimp

Ever since the inception of emotional hardcore in the ’80s, each decade had defining bands who updated the sound and meaning of emo to the musical landscape of the time. The ’90s were all about Midwest emo and screamo, and in the 2000s, emo peaked as a mainstream obsession, thanks to MCR, Fall Out Boy, […]

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fashion loves metal, rammstein, balenciaga

In revealing their latest capsule collection—a collaboration with Rammstein, Germany’s favorite industrial pyromaniac sons—Paris-based fashion house Balenciaga reminded us this week of something that, had we looked a little closer and paid a little more attention, we should have already known. That revelation? Fashion loves metal. Read more: 10 fashion brands who found inspiration in […]

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Featuring guest work from Mark Lanegan, Troy Van Leeuwen of Queens of the Stone Age, and David Hayter, who is best known as the voice of Solid Snake in the Metal Gear Solid video game franchise. 
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women musicians books, tina turner, pussy riot, laura jane grace, sleater-kinney carrie brownstein

When searching a bookstore for music memoirs, it’s likely that the shelves are packed with men such as Kurt Cobain, Johnny Cash and Keith Richards. While it may seem that there are fewer books written by or about women musicians, they are growing in numbers. Women in the music industry refuse to be silenced, and, […]

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Noise bands, girls in synthesis, jesus and mary chain, boris, lydia lunch

When it initially blasted into the world from New York’s Lower East Side almost concurrently with punk in 1977, it was dubbed no wave. Village Voice critic Robert Christgau referred to it as “skronk,” an onomatopoeia based around the general guitar sound. He uncharitably dubbed its ’80s practitioners “pigfucker” bands. This writer’s personal name for […]

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evan peters american horror story

After over a year spent speculating what it may bring for us, we’re finally getting news on the 10th installment of American Horror Story. As confirmed by Ryan Murphy, the next season is titled Double Feature and will follow two storylines, “One by the sea, one by the sand…” If the Instagram announcement gave you some weird “You Be […]

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If I Die First See You Space Cowboy

SeeYouSpaceCowboy and If I Die First are teaming up for a truly epic collaboration. The hardcore bands are gearing up to release a split five-track EP A Sure Disaster, which includes the new single “bloodstainedeyes.” On March 30, SeeYouSpaceCowboy and If I Die First dropped a brutal video for the new track, which offers a […]

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On Tuesday, hardcore artist EU1OGY unveiled his debut full-length album DAGGERS. In celebration of the release, he has dropped a powerful new video for his latest single “HOT BOY.” Inspired by relationships that have gone awry, the striking “HOT BOY” visual offers just a taste of the genre-blending style and personal narrative EU1OGY incorporates into all […]

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band name origins, between the buried and me, rage against the machine, st vincent, all time low

For as long as music has existed, artists have been inspiring other artists. Right here within our own beloved scene, we’ve witnessed many examples of newer-era bands drawing inspiration from the OGs. What’s especially endearing is that not only have bands influenced each other in terms of musical style; they’ve also taken from the lyrics […]

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best goth punk bands, bauhaus, alkaline trio, Siouxsie and the Banshees, the Damned

“Goth-punk,” eh? Not as far-fetched as you might believe. Goth was essentially an offshoot of punk, especially its darker early bands—the Damned or Siouxsie And The Banshees, anyone? But basically, anyone playing chainsaw punk rooted in the artsier end of glam a la Bowie and Roxy Music, a fondness for Hammer horror films, macabre literature […]

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