With a barrage of killer new releases, more Brent Hinds weirdness, and a huge show announcement from This One Goes To Eleven, this week is by far 2015’s biggest yet. So sit down, strap in, and get ready for some whiplash, it’s going to be a good one.
Welcome to a whole new year in metal everyone. Those of you who followed along with us in 2014 already know the plot—we meet here every Tuesday to talk new releases, awesome shows, and the craziest heavy headlines of the week. Those of you who didn’t, well, welcome to the circus. It’s a little too […]
From Glassland’s DIIV-headlined send-off to The Hold Steady’s Music Hall of Williamsburg bash, there was certainly no shortage of awesome options for live music fans on NYE. For the 90s crust clique, however, there was only one place to be (per usual): Saint Vitus for an ultra-rare appearnace by local post-hardcore legends, Quicksand. Tickets were […]
If they ever make Texas Chainsaw Massacre 4: Leatherface Does NYC, then chances are its going to look and feel a lot like Saint Vitus on Tuesday night, when self-professed Creepsylvanian splatter thrashers, Ghoul, took over the Greenpoint metal HQ for a night of truly terrifying (albeit totally tongue and cheek) sonic destruction. The video […]
Well, we survived week one. Not without a head full of Pallbearer thinkpieces, a split eyebrow or two, and some good ol’ fashioned tinnitus, of course, but here we are again–icepack to the temple, coffee in hand–plotting a course for the blackened heart of autumn’s metal release season. And although our news channels are running […]
Hello and welcome to This One Goes To Eleven loyal pawns, hooded torch-bearers, fallen apostles, and mildly curious passerby. It needn’t take a hot-air balloon diatribe on the recent explosion of extreme music into the indie-verse for you to quickly glean why we are here. The reason is simple and the purpose is clear: We […]
Unless you’re one of the several thousand volts currently coursing into the skull of Brooklyn’s heavy metal Frankenculture at the moment, then there’s a very real chance that, even in its third year, you might not know much about Martyrdoom. One of New York City’s best music festivals (for lack of a better term), the […]