The thrash metal masterpiece was released October 7th, 1986.
Articles by Robert Ham
In celebration of the 2019 festivities, we crown the best of the long-running fest.
The experimental rockers and several singers unite to pay tribute to a classic Southern album.
Jonas Åkerlund’s biopic following the birth of Mayhem never lands on a cohesive tone.
Hindsight reveals more of a stocking stuffer than the great gift we recall from our youth.
The masterpiece that saw a perfectionist Hendrix push himself and his band to their limits.
Damon Albarn and co. reckon with the ghosts of the past and Britain’s unsure future.
The band’s seminal 1988 record remains a beautiful, resolute, and illuminating source of inspiration.
The various reissues of Rush’s sixth album arrive on November 16th.
Another entry that shows the reclusive artist’s long hiatus is clearly paying dividends.
The full clip for the lead single of the rockers’ debut full-length.
Kim Gordon and Bill Nace once again experiment with noise to create a controlled chaos.