This feature originally ran in April 2015 and will be periodically updated and re-published with the latest Marvel releases. Welcome to Dissected, where we disassemble a band’s catalog, a director’s filmography, or some other critical pop-culture collection in the abstract. It’s exact science by way of a few beers. ThisRead More →

(Editor’s Note: On the 35th anniversary of the iconic rockumentary This Is Spinal Tap, we are honored to have Marty DiBergi Jr., son of filmmaker Marty DiBergi, take a look back at the film’s funniest moments. Below are his words, as he takes us on a trip through the classicRead More →

This article is being revisited in honor of This Is Spinal Tap turning 35 this weekend. I’d argue that it’s easier to identify a rock and roll movie than define one. Looking through this list, there are docs and biopics, concert films and musicals, movies with flick-making and generation-defining soundtracks,Read More →

Note: This feature was originally published in October 2014. We’ve updated it with the release of The Black Album. Put this in your hash pipe and smoke it: Weezer doesn’t have a bad album. No, not every record of theirs is great, but even the misfires get brownie points fromRead More →

Welcome to Dissected, where we disassemble a band’s catalog, a director’s filmography, or some other critical pop-culture collection in the abstract. It’s exact science by way of a few beers. This time, we follow Ozzy Osbourne’s solo career from the masterful Blizzard of Ozz to what, for now, remains hisRead More →

Feature photo by Philip Cosores Deep Cuts collects all the forgotten and often hidden gems in a band’s catalogue. This time around, Michael Roffman and Justin Gerber take a look through Weezer’s extensive catalogue and come back with plenty of surf wax. A long time ago, in a galaxy that’s nowRead More →

Download | Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher| Podchaser | RSS We’ve packed our bags. We waved goodbye to 45 Lampkin Lane. We’re now about 72 miles from Haddonfield, Illinois. The leaves crumpled and died long ago. The snow has set in. It’s going to be a long drive to Springwood, Ohio. Join hosts McKenzie Gerber, MichaelRead More →

Welcome to Dissected, where we disassemble a band’s catalog, a director’s filmography, or some other critical pop-culture collection in the abstract. It’s exact science by way of a few beers. This time, we break down a pop punk catalog that changed rock ‘n’ roll forever.  More than 30 years ago, twoRead More →

This isn’t a list of the best live performers or performances of all time, though, in many cases, this article might not look all that different if it was. After all, it’s not difficult to imagine, say, the Michael Jacksons and Led Zeppelins of the world (too obvious to beRead More →

The Backstreet Boys are about to drop DNA, their first new album in six years. We thought it’d be fun to look back and see if the boy band trend was actually as bad as we remember. Surprisingly, we found some songs we didn’t totally mind hearing again. Boy bands.Read More →

2018 was a colossal year for TV, and that reflected on all of us here at Consequence of Sound. As we launched the early phases of our growing television coverage, we were immediately struck by the colossal burden that attempting to cover broadcast and streaming television in this era puts onRead More →

Welcome to Dissected, where we disassemble a band’s catalog, a director’s filmography, or some other critical pop-culture collection in the abstract. It’s exact science by way of a few beers. This time, Metaphors alone don’t do justice to the career path of Metallica, mostly because there are so many that couldRead More →

Sequels are the engine on which Hollywood runs, at least these days. Studios are so thoroughly gun-shy about the prospect of handing nine figures to any unproven property that to get the kind of money that makes money, you have to have been there before. We’ve talked in recent daysRead More →