Marilyn Manson’s debut album arrived July 19th, 1994, via Nothing Records.
The acclaimed filmmaker discusses the importance of cultural specificity.
He and J.D. Andrew give Kyle Meredith a ring about The Boxmasters.
These movies are guaranteed to spark the imaginations of kids of all ages.
From 1994’s Portrait of an American Family through 2017’s Heaven Upside Down, a look at Manson’s discography.
She also discusses the relationship that weaves throughout Atlanta Millionaires Club.
Ally, Abby, and Victoria discuss the origins of their new album SNAFU.
Death, celebrity, and censorship have left the director’s final film a painfully misunderstood masterpiece.
He also discusses their summer tour and last year’s Mixed Reality.
A singular journey through battlefields, into haunted hotels, and across the universe.
The Losers visit Junction City, Iowa for a stop at the local library.
This week’s New Sounds playlist also features Bon Iver, Blood Orange, and Gallant.
The writer-director walks us through how he created a folk-horror breakup nightmare.
Stranger-than-fiction stories pulled from newspaper headlines across the country during 1964’s Beatle invasion.