The band also shared a video directed by Jesse Davey featuring footage from the film.
Live Review: Failure and Swervedriver invoke heavy tones, romantic moods at Brooklyn’s Warsaw (3/29)
The ’90s dream was alive as two of the era’s heaviest alt-rock bands conjured the golden era of grunge and shoegaze.
Rep. Mark Pocan and Rep. Rodney Davis got into a heated debate about the polarizing Canadian band.
Korn’s Brian “Head” Welch and James “Munky” Shaffer are among the other artists working with Grey Daze.
K’s Choice, Jill Sobule, and Tracey Thorn Turn the Clock Back to Cool Collaborations and Nasty Nemeses
There’s even a discussion about Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Kyle Meredith speaks with members from three ’90s rock mainstays.
He also explains how buzz from SXSW helped launch the band and the time he bartered musical gear.
The four-track project arrives on March 30th and is the first of four new releases planned for 2018.
Expect some big news to drop on Thursday morning.
The reunion comes in the midst of a 25th anniversary tour celebrating the post-grunge outfit’s self-titled debut.
A guest-heavy, stripped down reimagining of her debut LP, The Burdens of Being Upright.
Tracy Bonham reimagines her debut album, The Burdens of Being Upright, as Modern Burdens for 20th anniversary
“More experimental, stripped down, often slower versions of the songs” from the 1999 record.