Home News The Dead Milkmen Release New EP – News The Dead Milkmen Release New EP, Welcome to the End of the World, out October 17 via The Giving Groove. Streams The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Revelation – Music Stream The music industry illuminati declared The Brian Jonestown Massacre – and their supposed mad genius frontman Anton Newcombe – to be rock’s great saviors. Games Cuphead – Review The detail and charm in Cuphead means it was made with a lot of love, but that would just be window dressing if it wasn’t a solid action game. Metal/Hardcore Like Moths to Flames – Dark Divine – Review Metalcore stalwarts Like Moths to Flames make a huge step forward on Dark Divine, their fourth record. Indie/Alternative Monster Movie – Keep The Voices Distant – Review Everything here is just as long as it needs to be, from the beautifully somber title track to the engrossing, multi-part closer “Dead in the Water.” Stoner/Hard Rock Harsh Toke – Light Up and Live – Music Stream “Plug In To The Moon,” from the band’s debut record, reveals that San Diego’s Harsh Toke is really more interested in a cosmic feel-good vibes. Punk/Power Pop Comeback Kid – Outsider – Review Comeback Kid manages to outdo their previous work yet again. Goth/Industrial Pain – Coming Home – Review Combining everything from industrial to country to metal to classic rock, Tägtgren is just endearingly weird — in the Les Claypool or Devin Townsend mold — when he’s in Pain mode. Compilations Metal Massacre 14 – Review 34 years and 13 volumes later, Metal Massacre 14 compiles a new wave of artists all sharing a true metal mindset. Strictly old-school denim and leather stuff. Movies/DVDs The Damned – Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead – Review Of all the late ’70s punk godfathers, The Damned always seemed to be the ones to use the nascent punk sound for its purest purpose: To make great music. Websites Metalsucks – Review Your metal IQ will go up after a few weeks of regular usage. For every post about reunion tour plans, there will be 10 posts about bands you’ve never heard of. Books/Zines For The Sake of Heaviness: The History of Metal Blade Records – Review Seeing the Metal Blade name associated with a band is as good as a guarantee that it’s the real deal, and this book shows what it took to make that a reality. Columns/Fiction Culture Shock – Column It’s easy to slip into arrogant mockery when surrounded by the unfamiliar, particularly when it’s the wide-eyed and bushy-tailed as Japanese Culture. Interviews Death Angel – Killing Season – Interview An interview with guitarist/backup vocalist Rob Cavestany Products Punk Rock Throbbleheads – Review Aggronautix has all your faves like G.G. Allen, The Meatmen’s Tesco Vee, Wendy O’ Williams, Descendents’ Milo, Andrew W. K., and Circle Jerks’ Keith Morris.