The Pitch: Nearly a century after their historic crime wave, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow still resound as household names, symbols of an ecstatic, reckless love that manifested itself through lawlessness and wanton violence. That’s how Arthur Penn’s 1967 film Bonnie and Clyde portrayed them, but don’t expect similar treatment fromRead More →

Looking for a good scare? Try opening the SCP Archives. The latest podcast from Bloody Disgusting dusts off the files within the SCP Foundation, an international collaborative fiction project, chronicling strange creatures, occurrences, and the special procedures needed to Secure Contain and Protect the populace from these aberrations. Each entryRead More →

Reunited grunge rockers L7 recently announced their first album in two decades, Scatter the Rats. With the record set to drop May 3rd, the band has revealed a full North American tour schedule to support the release. The Spring jaunt kicks off May 10th in Pomona, California, with further stops includingRead More →

At the start of the year, Mitski kicked off her world tour in support of Be the Cowboy, which snagged the title of Consequence of Sound’s best album of 2018. Now, the indie rocker has added a number of new shows across the summer. (Read: 30 Most Anticipated Tours of 2019)Read More →

Tierra Whack has been teaching fans about #WhackHistoryMonth over the last five weeks, sharing a new song every Tuesday. Things kicked off on February 19th with “Only Child”, followed by “Clones”, “Gloria”, and “Wasteland”. Today, she’s back with what is expected to be the last release in the series, “Unemployed”. TheRead More →

J Cole’s inaugural Dreamville Festival was postponed last September due to Hurricane Florence’s untimely arrival to the Carolinas. The KOD rapper has since rescheduled the event for Saturday, April 6th, and today he’s unveiled the acts who’ll be joining him on the lineup. Fortunately, many of the artists originally bookedRead More →

Beyond the Boys’ Club is a monthly column from journalist and radio host Anne Erickson, focusing on women in the heavy music genres, as they offer their perspectives on the music industry and discuss their personal experiences. This month’s piece features an interview with Within Temptation vocalist Sharon den Adel.Read More →

The origins of the heavy metal genre have been debated across the decades. Many point to Black Sabbath as the genre’s inventors in 1970 while hard rockers like Led Zeppelin, The Who, and Deep Purple receive their dues for laying the groundwork for a heavier, darker, and distortion-heavy rock subgenre.Read More →