The Melvins’ new version of their 1983 lineup turns in a second album of crushing riffage and teenage humor.
The Tool guitarist hired a police officer to pull the band over in Texas.
With the prospect of concerts returning at some point this year, here are the heavy albums we’re most looking forward to checking out in 2021.
The new album from the Melvins’ 1983 lineup, Working with God, is out February 26th.
The latest single from the band’s re-formed 1983 lineup.
The five-song virtual show streams December 31st and kicks off the “Melvins TV” series.
Listen to their first two tracks, “Long in the Tooth” and “The Path We’re On”.
Boris team with Merzbow to cover the song that inspired their namesake.
Working with God is the second release from the 1983 iteration of the band, which features Buzz Osborne, Dale Crover, and original drummer Mike Dillard.
The veteran drummer goes solo once again.
The Melvins frontman discusses his new album Gift of Sacrifice.
The founding Melvins singer-guitarist returns with his new LP, Gift of Sacrifice, on August 14th.