The noise rockers have also revealed a North American tour.
Rhode Island noise-rockers Daughters are back with their first album in eight years, the recently released You Won’t Get What You Want. Having just completed a fall run of dates, the band has announced tours of North America and …
Sub Pop delivers a new look at the Seattle grunge precursors.
The song is from an upcoming split 7-inch with tour mates The Black Lips.
To mark the 30th anniversary of their iconic album Daydream Nation.
Dylan Baldi and co. strike the precarious balance between their pop inclinations and uproarious noise.
A second preview of their upcoming album, Last Building Burning.
The latest offering follows August’s “Are You High?” single.
In which the punk rockers will play their 2002 debut EP in full each and every night.
“The Reason They Hate Me” is the second song released from the band’s upcoming album.
Kim Gordon and Bill Nace once again experiment with noise to create a controlled chaos.
On accents, putting together setlists, the World Cup, feeling confident onstage, and Zakk Wylde’s underwear.