We recently caught up with legendary punk outfit Anti-Flag and drummer Pat Thetic who was kind enough to sit for…Read More
Posts Tagged ‘Joshua T Cohen’
Interview with Dead Swans vocalist Nick Worthington Formed in 2006, Dead Swans have taken Europe’s hardcore scene by storm with…Read More
Today we have a special double-feature for Blow The Scene readers around the world. We recently caught up with Philadelphia’s…Read More
After a several year hiatus forced by incarceration and the untimely death of guitarist Joshua Tshirlig, Horror Show played their…Read More
We are pleased to offer Blow The Scene readers around the world a new interview with Athens, OH’s kings of…Read More
This is the kind of gallery you get when bands, crowd, and photographer, all show up to a show with…Read More
We recently caught up with New Jersey’s rising stars of progressive metal, East of the Wall. The band released their…Read More
Brooklyn’s Night Birds have been making waves with their latest LP on Grave Mistake Records, The Other Side of Darkness,…Read More
We knew we were in for one hell of a journey when we arrived at The Electric Factory to find…Read More
There are few drummers in the underground music community that have had a more far-reaching impact on heavy music in…Read More
Richmond VA’s political punk rock veterans, Strike Anywhere plowed through The Barbary in Philly’s Northern Liberties neighborhood last Friday for…Read More
Riot Fest East conquered Philly this past Saturday with a line-up that bridged the divide between old and young fans…Read More
Originally formed in the late 80s as Sons of Kyuss, before shorting the name Kyuss, and recently reuniting as Kyuss…Read More
Berlin’s own avant-garde, digital hardcore group, Atari Teenage Riot, rolled through Philly’s Starlight Ballroom last night for evening with their…Read More
Legendary Inglewood powerviolence band, Despise You, made history this past Monday with their first ever Philadelphia performance with Magrudergrind, Backslider,…Read More
The Dropdead Interview with founding members Ben Barnett and Bob Otis, featuring an in-depth look at the band- past, present, and future. Dropdead are kind enough to give BTS readers an exclusive stream of their 2004 Split with Look Back and Laugh. Enjoy!
Photo Gallery of KMFDM and Army of The Universe as the WTF?! Tour passed through Philly’s legendary TLA theater on August 19, 2011.
From Ashes Rise, Victims, Death First, Stockpile, and Sickoids played a special This Is Hardcore Fest after-show in honor of local promoter Greg Daly’s 34th Birthday. Blow The Scene’s Joshua T. Cohen was there to capture the performances in pictures. Enjoy.
Slightly Stoopid rolled through Philly last Friday, August 12, as host of the Seedless Summer Tour 2011 with fellow Cali-Reggae…Read More
We are very pleased to offer Blow The Scene readers around the world an interview with Ghent, Belgium’s Oathbreaker, whose…Read More
In-depth interview with Joe “Hardcore” McKay with history of his involvement with music and the hardcore scene since the 80s, spanning his experiences through his preparation as host of This Is Hardcore Fest 2011.
Massive picture gallery of Old Firm Casuals, Murphey’s Law, Patriot, The Traditionals, and The Krays performing live in Philadelphia at The First Unitarian Church, Aug 6, 2011.
Philly House Shows is back with a special edition, double-feature for your viewing and listening pleasure. I made it out to two house shows over the weekend and shot 10 bands, including local, regional, and nationally touring acts.
Bury Your Dead‘s latest full-length recorded effort, Mosh ‘n’ Roll, hits stores today via Mediaskare Records and marks the band’s sixth studio album in their decade long career. We were fortunate to catch up with guitarist Brendan “Slim” MacDonald in the days leading up to the new release.