How & where do we insert ourselves into the narrative of celebrity deaths in the digital age? A response, of sorts, to our collective responses.
The founding member of the reunited group, the bassist passed away from a “massive stroke” on May 2nd 2017. Read the official statement from the group
Brian Foss Presents: DEATH, w/ Guantanamo Baywatch, & Young Evils Friday, October 16, 2015 $20 ADV / $25 DOS // 9:30PM // 21+ Forty freakin’ years since the inception of DEATH and six EPIC years since the release of the long-lost tapes of their TOTALLY seminal punk rock album, …For The Whole World To See, these […]
In his new exhibit, the Pittsburgh artist incorporates such influences as folk art, the day of the dead, horror, religion, Halloween & German Expressionism
The legendary metal frontman, artist, theatrical wizard, and GWAR mastermind passed away in his Richmond, VA home at the age of 50. He will be missed.
DEATH with Unnatural Helpers & Magic Mouth Saturday November 2nd, 2013 $20 ADV // 9PM Before Bad Brains, the Sex Pistols or even the Ramones, there was Death. Formed in the early ’70s by three teenage brothers from Detroit, Death is credited as being the first black punk band, and the Hackney brothers, David, Bobby, […]
Part 2 of our in depth interview with Source Family archivist, Isis Aquarian, covers energy fields, the death of Father Yod, and re-assimilating to society
The 19 year old Progressive Era crew member’s body was found dead on Christmas eve. Pay tribute to the rising rap star by listening to the work that he created
M.I.A. Toys With SUICIDE: Arular releases New Video for “Born Free” […Commandeers Pitchforks Twitter account & reveals Track List]
When the last album was released from the Sri Lankan/British superstar, Mathangi “Maya” Arulpragasam (aka: M.I.A.), I found myself sitting alone at a local bar and sucking back a full pitcher of Mac and Jacks African Amber ale to my head. I had been working a lot at the time and had heard that the […]
Before going to sleep last night, I heard that another great loss in the music world had taken place. As reported by Rolling Stone, singer/songwriter/producer, Mark Linkous (aka: Sparklehorse) took his own life yesterday (March 6th, 2010). According to the magazine, this has been confirmed by the late-artist’s publicist and the following statements have been […]
I just don’t get it. Why the separation between white and black culture in America? We have so, so many things that we celebrate in common; it’s just that we haven’t searched youtube deep enough to find them. I found this today and I offer it as proof that black people have as much utter […]
For the most part, I hate blogs. I hate it when people ask me how my “BLOG” is doing because, in my delusional mind, I’m writing for a magazine. However, the internet today is all about immediacy. In a print publication, people don’t mind reading a 4 page interview. On the internet you’re “supposed to” […]