December 3 brought the thirty-year anniversary of SLAYER's landmark debut album Show No Mercy, and Bloody Roots host Ian Christe tolls the birthday bells.
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“That turned into a half-hour set with Negative Approach backing me. It was the first time in 11 years and I felt like I could do it.”
Here’s Magnus at Bazillion Points judging the cover of our upcoming Experiencing Nirvana: Grunge in Europe, 1989
The wayward youth of Southern California are running wild with the tumbleweeds in the streets of Phoenix, AZ, this weekend.
The images include an extremely fortuitous frame of author Bruce Pavitt himself standing onstage, about to snap a photo of Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic smashing a bass guitar.
“The music was intense and the whole scene was a very, very intense scene. I think people were having a lot of fun, but it was also pretty aggressive and violent.”
Our condolences go out first and foremost to Dave, Jordan, and Tesco, friends who have lost a very old friend.
They came, they conquered a small but hugely appreciative crowd, and then they went back to Los Angeles. Basically, they left their hearts in the Bay Area, though.