Track and Video Premiere: En Minor – “Mausoleums”
August 20, 2020 Sean Frasier
Philip H. Anselmo’s crestfallen Southern Gothic collective En Minor unveil the video for haunting album opener “Mausoleums.”
Track Premiere: Scour – ‘Red’
September 15, 2017 Emily Bellino
Stream a new song from Scour featuring current and former members of Pantera, Down, Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed and Misery Index!
Go Behind The Scenes Of Bill & Phil’s ‘Dirty Eye’ Video
May 24, 2017 Emily Bellino
Go behind the scenes with Bill & Phil for their music video, “Dirty Eye.”
Full Stream: Bill & Phil – ‘Songs Of Darkness And Despair’
January 18, 2017 Emily Bellino
Phil Anselmo and horror icon Bill Moseley join forces as Bill & Phil. Hear the full stream.
Honky, featuring Melvins, Butthole Surfers & Down members, boogie down on “Double Fine”
May 13, 2016 Albert Mudrian
Honky addition from Texas-sized supergroup.
The Doom is in the Digital
September 15, 2015 Jesse Chase
Just in time for fall: doom over the world… now available in ones and zeros.
Swimming through trash, speed-boat rides and blue lagoons: It’s Red Fang’s Euro tour report
August 5, 2013 Jonathan Horsley
Listen, we have seen Red Fang’s promo videos. We’ve witnessed their love of the grog. And at the risk of sounding guilty of cynical lifestyle profiling, surely asking Bryan Giles to compile a tour diary sounded overly optimistic. How reliable a witness could the Red Fang guitarist/vocalist be after being jammed on a van for…
Jim Van Bebber on Metal, Part 2
May 1, 2013 Justin Norton
Jim Van Bebber’s audacious underground masterpiece The Manson Family recently finished its first proper domestic screening run in a decade. The following is the second half of our lengthy interview with the underground director (read the first half here). In this installment: rejection in Hollywood, Philip Anselmo and modern music. ***** When did you decide…
LIVE REVIEW: Down and Orange Goblin @ Roundhouse, London
October 22, 2012 Jonathan Horsley
Bands always make such a big deal about playing the Roundhouse because of who played here in the past. It’s a former railway engine room, with a lot of rock ‘n’ roll history. But any similarities between the 1960s Roundhouse and today’s venue begin and end with the building’s foundations and unalterable architecture. It’s hard…
Extras needed: Appear in HBO’S Treme with EYEHATEGOD
February 13, 2012 Jonathan Horsley
EyeHateGod fans harboring aspirations of appearing on an Emmy-nominated TV show should put on their best fucked-up face, get a photo taken and send it to Caballero Casting quicksmart. The Louisiana casting agency are looking for extras for this week’s Treme shoot, on in which the show’s creators will be dispensing with the trumpets and…
Brief Interviews with nihilistic men, Vol. 1: Jimmy Bower (Eyehategod/Down)
July 15, 2011 Jonathan Horsley
In the hours before an Eyehategod show, finding people lucid enough to begin a sentence let alone finish it is a challenge that someone oughta reward with medals cast in gold, silver and bronze. It’s an Olympian feat to just negotiate past the bodies laying strewn across the dressing room, and this is on the…
Down – “NOLA”
July 1, 2008 J. Bennett
If there’s just one person in the world who’ll never forget the exact date NOLA came out, it’s Eyehategod guitarist/Down drummer Jimmy Bower.