Originally formed in the late 80s as Sons of Kyuss, before shorting the name Kyuss, and recently reuniting as Kyuss…Read More
Posts Tagged ‘Joshua T Cohen’
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.
Blow The Scene Spotlight series takes us across the Atlantic to Basque Country, which is split between the Northeast corner of France and southern Spain, where we find a metallic hardcore hybrid, The Rodeo Idiot Engine, as they prepare to release a new LP on France’s Throatruniner Records.
Social unrest has been a prevailing motif in the US since our inception. This unrest has become so metabolized into…Read More
18 years deep in the shred game, Cephalic Carnage’s music is still exciting, challenging, and most importantly, fun. “Why?” “How?” You ask? Check out this new review of Misled By Certainty coming out on Relapse Records Aug 31.
BTS’s Joshua T. Cohen was fortunate enough to catch up with All Shall Perish guitarist and founding member, Ben Orum as he is about to embark on The Summer Slaughter Tour. Ben discusses the bands new line-up, new songs, the gulf disaster, the history of ASP, Obama, and much more!
We were recently introduced to Indianapolis’s own pop, synth, gloom-rock amalgamation WE ARE HEX. This female-fronted quartet pulls influences from across the board..
Last week Blow The Scene was introduced to Philadelphia-based artist and musician Matt Ferri. Check out the exclusive interview full of awesome artwork!
Jordan Buckley of Every Time I Die sits down with Blow The Scene Editor In Chief, Joshua T. Cohen for an exclusive interview as he prepares to launch his clothing line Jordan Buckley World Wide.
Dwid Hellion of Legendary Hardcore outfit Integrity, sits down for a Rare Interview with BTS where he discusses Integrity’s latest full-length, his record label Holy Terror, and leaks some info on Integrity’s upcoming shows!
For most fans of extreme music, The Maryland DeathFest is a summer metal party that needs no introduction.