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10 bands that prove why Misfits endure, from Metallica to My Chemical Romance
10 bands that prove why Misfits endure, from Metallica to My Chemical Romance
Misfits are the very model of an influential punk band. Which was most likely not Glenn Danzig’s goal when he formed them in 1977 in his native Lodi, New Jersey, naming them for Marilyn Monroe’s final film from 1961. After initially being driven by Danzig’s distorted electric piano, Misfits became known for sludgy power chords pitched in the key of Black Sabbath set to Ramones-oid tempos and song
Catherine McGann recalls photographing Harlem drag balls, Eminem and Flea
Catherine McGann recalls photographing Harlem drag balls, Eminem and Flea
AP Gallery explores the visual culture of the music we know and love. Each month, we connect with photographers, directors and other creatives who shape music from behind the scenes. With each issue, we explore the stories behind the shoots and take deep dives into the most compelling media, asking about the creative visions as well as the happy accidents that create some of the most powerful mome
D.O.A.’s Joe Keithley on how punk rock prepared him to become a politician
D.O.A.’s Joe Keithley on how punk rock prepared him to become a politician
D.O.A. are the longest-running survivors of Vancouver, BC’s late ‘70s punk scene, as well as one of the architects of hardcore. It was begun in 1978 by singer/guitarist Joe Keithley — who operated for several years under "Joey Shithead" — out of the ashes of the Skulls, which also spun off the other great Vancouver punk outfit the Subhumans (not to be confused with the U.K. anarcho-punk
Steve Caballero on intersection of punk and skateboarding with new band Urethane
Steve Caballero on intersection of punk and skateboarding with new band Urethane
For Steve Caballero, the intersection of punk and skateboarding has always been at the forefront of what he does and creates for the world. Caballero burst onto the skateboarding scene in the groundbreaking years of the early ’80s and ’90s, skating alongside the sport’s most iconic figures while living in Southern California during its renaissance period, where punk rock was at its most prolific
As It Is premiere “IN THREES” featuring Cody Carson and JordyPurp—watch
As It Is premiere “IN THREES” featuring Cody Carson and JordyPurp—watch
As It Is have released their latest single “IN THREES," which is inspired by succumbing to defeat and the results it eventually causes. The new track is a collaboration between the band, Set It Off vocalist Cody Carson and JordyPurp. The new single will appear on their fourth studio album, I WENT TO HELL AND BACK, due out Feb. 4 vi...

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