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Poll: What Is the Best Hard-Rock or Metal Record Released in 1991?

Poll: What Is the Best Hard-Rock or Metal Record Released in 1991?

This past weekend saw the 20th anniversary of Guns N’ Roses landmark Use Your Illusion albums. But 1991 was also the year that many other landmark releases in hard rock and metal came out, including Metallica’s “Black Album,” Nirvana’s Nevermind, Ozzy Osbourne’s No More Tears, and many, many more. Below, we want you to weigh […]

Review: Melvins - Sugar Daddy Live

Review: Melvins – Sugar Daddy Live

The 10th(!) live release from these indefatigable sludge expressionists is easily their strongest, fully capturing the tension, triumph, and tinnitus hazards of their current lineup…and often better than their studio recordings. Since debuting their double-drummer lineup in 2006, the band has gotten frighteningly precise on records like 2010’s The Bride Screamed Murder. Both drummers—young buck […]

Kurt Cobain Remembered: Outtakes From Revolver's Buzz Osborne Interview

Kurt Cobain Remembered: Outtakes From Revolver’s Buzz Osborne Interview

Today marks the 17th anniversary of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain’s death.

Melvins, Today Is the Day, and Boss Hog to Play AmRep 25th Anniversary Show

Melvins, Boss Hog, Today Is the Day, and more will perform at Amphetamine Reptile’s 25th Anniversary bash in Minneapolis on August 28. o celebrate, they will also include an AmRep art retrospective, featuring a Danial Corrigan photo exhibit and a Guit Art show showcasing 35 artists.

Guest Blog: Bison B.C.’s Dan And Picks the Five Greatest Riffs ever

Crusty thrashers Bison B.C.’s latest album, Dark Ages (Metal Blade), is so chock-full of memorable guitar work, we figured these guys must be authorities on great riffs. Turns out we were right. After the jump, we’ve posted vocalist-guitarist Dan And’s picks for the Five Best Riffs of All-Time.

Live Report: Shrinebuilder and Wolves in the Throne Room at NYU, New York, March 11

Words to get used to if you want to be a metal journalist: “You’re not on the list.”

Check under Revolver: “Yeah, we get it. You’re not on here.”

Number of editors contacted: Two.