The Dusk In Us is here. More
Hardcore Stadium comes to RadioBDC. More
An edition of Six Songs that spotlights metal and hardcore? Sign me up! More
Mike Snow pretty much runs the show at Boston Calling. He checked in with me during the Fall 2015 edition of the festival. Make sure to check back from more Boston Calling interviews, powered by Xfinity.
Excluding household names who could care less what some blogger writes about them, musicians generally present themselves as half-full glasses while talking to reporters. They might say their tour is going swell even if their bass player’s horse tranquilizer habit is rearing its ugly head and the opening act is engaging in open, belligerent mutiny. They might say a new album they’re not happy with is the best thing they’ve ever done. They might talk to a stranger for longer and with far more enthusiasm than they normally would. More
Hardcore is a young man’s game.
That, in as few words as possible, is why legendary Worcester band Bane is getting ready to walk away from the stage after relentlessly touring the world for the past two decades, says front man Aaron Bedard. All those years screaming and jumping from continent to continent have finally caught up with them. More
By now, you’ve probably seen the supercut of Christopher Walken dance scenes set to C+C Music Factory’s “Everybody Dance Now.” It’s great. So is this footage of some jolly ravers at an outdoor music festival set to “Yakkity Sax,” also known as the theme from the Benny Hill Show. Enjoy. More