Battle-tested Buffalo CoSign aims high and sees no limits after signing to Shady Records.
John Carpenter, Dean Cundey, Tommy Lee Wallace, and the late Debra Hill reconstruct the horror masterpiece through several never-before-seen interviews from years past.
From Dark Star to Vampires, the Horror Master goes deep into the abyss.
Plus, Alex gives us an exclusive Track by Track breakdown of the EP.
How George A. Romero, David Lynch, and Jim Jarmusch inspire Archy Marshall’s musical world.
Concept album features DOOM, Swizz Beatz, Del the Funky Homosapien, and Chief Keef.
A guest-heavy, stripped down reimagining of her debut LP, The Burdens of Being Upright.
Portland progressive indie outfit are finally on the roll they’ve always deserved.
He also calls The Haunting of Hill House “the scariest thing I’ve ever gotten to work on.”
The director’s new film empathizes with the “hidden homeless” living just outside Disney World.
The STP guitarist reflects on Core, brotherhood, and losing Scott Weiland.
“Whatever rock and roll is, that’s me, man.”