New week, more metal, short intro. Let’s get to it. WHAT TO HEAR: Getting us underway this week is an early AOTY contender from the heart of the bleak, god-forsaken heart of the Midwest: Locktender’s Friedrich (Moment of Collapse). Built from the ashes of Men As Trees, Locktender’s focus is a narrow but engrossing one, with […]
Another week of winter is in the books and with it, plenty of metal—both live and otherwise—to keep you warm. Huddle up and thaw those hands beside the hellfire.
Looking for something unusual to do this weekend? Madame Morbid’s Trolley Tours have moved to Williamsburg, with a pickup stop at North 9th Street & Driggs Ave (B62 Bus Stop). Your tour guide is Allison Huntington Chase who guides passengers through “tales of alien abductions on the Brooklyn Bridge, the secret location used by Murder […]
Welcome to a new year of This One Goes to Eleven, everyone. It’s business as usual, only with the prospect of instantaneous human incineration tossing some much-needed excitement into the mix. So with that mind, let’s get 2018 started before it suddenly ends.
Holy shit, we made it! I honestly didn’t think we’d survive 2017, but love has prevailed. Things we learned in 2017: Nazis still exist, the government is a sham and Hollywood is full of pervs. That’s a lot of tough shit to swallow, but it’s always darkest before the dawn, as Florence Welch so eloquently put […]
Welp, the lists are officially out, and while I don’t necessarily object to semi-major sources pumping out their year-enders before December—SEO is an early-bird’s worm, after all—you won’t find one here for at least another two weeks. In other words, keep your eyes peeled and pants on. It’s coming, but as with everything in this […]
Have we awoken from our turkey coma yet? If the tryptophan didn’t take you out of commission, then last week’s heavy party schedule surely did. Thanksgiving has become one of the City’s greatest reasons to turn up, and for most of us, it’s just the beginning. Holiday season is here folks! In between a packed […]
The touring exhibit broke attendance records when it came to Victoria and Albert Museum in London, so it’s not a bad idea to get tickets well in advance: David Bowie is presents approximately 400 objects drawn primarily from the David Bowie Archive, including the artist’s original costumes, handwritten lyric sheets from famous songs, original album […]
Your Thanksgiving travel playlist—presumably enough to get you to familial hell and back—starts here. Dig in, huddled metal masses.
In 2017 Japan was named #2 in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel. This means there is no better time to visit Japan than right now.