06.18

Qui “Snuh” LP/CD/Cassette set to release on August 3rd!

“In their decade-and-a-half of existence, the duo has morphed from a clamorous noise rock duo to a daring and melodic band making some of the most compelling and enjoyable experimental rock being made today. So it’s both a happy and unfortunate happenstance that many people know them mostly as ‘that band David Yow was in MORE…

05.18

Planet B film video for their Dead Cross remix!

Planet B have been busy working on their new album, as well as recently releasing the “Church of the Motherfuckers” remix for Dead Cross on the self-titled EP that was just released on Ipecac. They just filmed a video with Isreal Henshaw and Jay Strickland for their remix which should be released soon. In the MORE…

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…