Shop locally (on the internet!) this Holiday season – ornaments, taxidermy, jewelry, photography prints, guitar pickups and more from some of our favorite handmakers.
Frontier Ruckus’ current tour has a stop in Marquette, MI tomorrow – very rare, do not miss. Also a repressing of their album The Orion Songbook and a look at the packaging of upcoming release Eternity of Dimming.
Here’s some essential fall listening for you, featuring short reviews of new albums from Cemeteries, Gratiot Lake Road and Birdfingers.
Submit, a new band from Lake Orion, Michigan just put out their debut EP, Give In. If the bands cursory pace doesn’t pull you in, its doomy lore and haunting lyrics will. Click the jump for our review!
August reviews the debut full-length from Upper Peninsula indie rock trio Pioneer Parade.
Detroit’s thrash metal outfit Traitor is releasing their new EP on November 30th, and Dillon got his hands on an advance copy for review. Click the jump to read all about its dark, vicious glory!
Three highly enjoyable albums that we neglected to review over the past couple months: Lightning Love, John Davey, and Phantasmagoria. 1-2-3 GO!
Dillon interviews Detroit’s old school punk group Shudders in what turns out to cover a wide range of topics concerning the bands ideology, the state of Detroit’s independent hardcore scene, and their upcoming show with punk rock super heroes Propgandhi!
Earlier this year, we spoke with Slaves To The Pavement about playing punk rock. Now they’re putting out their first full-length, so we followed up with them, wrote some nice things about the album, and got a free download for ya’ll!