02.18

Justin Pearson interviews Jonas Rosen about Asterisk*

Out there is one of the best thrash-grindcore-technical metal albums that a lot of people have never heard of. Asterisk released “Dogma 1: Death of a Dromologist” many years ago, and you probably missed the memo. If you know what we are talking about here, then that’s fantastic. Either way, if you read on, you’ll MORE…

02.18

Rock Roll Repeat t-shirt collaboration!

Gross Anatomy is a Rock Roll Repeat collaboration with vocalist and bassist Justin Pearson (The Locust, Three One G Records, Swing Kids, Dead Cross, Retox). Originally it was a flier designed by Justin for a show featuring The Locust, Arab On Radar, Go Go Go Airheart, and Run For Your Fucking Life back in 1999. MORE…

02.18

Free download of Silent “Self” remixed by Planet B

Mexicali-based band Silent’s post-punk goth aura meets Planet B’s electronic twilight zone in this remix of “Self.” A track originally found on Silent’s debut LP, “A Century of Abuse” (released by Three One G), this collaboration has left the original instrumentation stripped, instead melding vocalist Jung Sing’s dark vibrato tones with Luke Henshaw’s robotic assaults MORE…

02.18

Justin Pearson interviews WT Nelson about Geronimo

“I Hung Around In Your Soundtrack” Part 55 by Justin Pearson Geronimo “Self-titled” CD I had been on tour with The Locust around the time that “New Erections” came out. One of the acts touring with us was Bastard Noise. Eric Wood had been a long time friend of ours so it only made sense MORE…

01.18

Cult and Culture Podcast: Bob Barley of Vinyl Communications

This episode of Cult and Culture features Bob Barley: plumber and 1991 Chula Vista mayoral candidate by day, Vinyl Communications label owner and vocalist of Tit Wrench and Neighborhood Watch by night. Bob shares what it was like to be “the king of the nuisance candidates” at age 26, endorsed by the Green Party and MORE…