- Author Interviews
- Bazillion Points Books
- Black Women in Metal
- Choosing Death
- City Baby: GBH
- DEATH/BLACK METAL
- DEMO ARCHIVE
- Experiencing Nirvana
- HEAVY METAL
- Heavy Metal Movies
- Hellbent for Cooking
- Ian Christe
- Mean Deviation: Prog Metal
- Mellodrama Mellotron Movie
- Metal Current Events
- Metal Photography
- Metalion Slayer Mag Diaries
- Murder in the Front Row
- Only Death Is Real
- Punk Rock
- SDM Band of the Week
- Sheriff Andy McCoy
- SiriusXM Bloody Roots Show Playlists
- Sub Pop USA
- Swedish Death Metal
- Touch and Go Book
- Van Halen Book
- We Got Power
“We need diverse, regionalized, localized approaches to all forms of art, music, and politics…the most intense music, the most original ideas are coming out of scenes you don’t even know exist."—Bruce Pavitt, 1980
WORD CUP 2016
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.
The ever-relentless Negative Approach will hit the road this November for a precious round of bruising dates
WRC Rally Cup
Las Vegas sleazers Papsmear were the go-to local band for crossover acts touring across the desert during the key year of 1986.
My book Everybody Wants Some: The Van Halen Saga shipped from the factory this morning,...
Marty slips Walkman headphones on George's sleeping head and blares a cassette marked "Edward Van Halen."
Bazillion Points is reissuing SLAYER MAG X, the most significant original source material for Norway's early 1990s black metal scene.
Amazing revelation time—I wanted to post this great 1987 deathly thrash demo by Leviathan, but the sparse packaging offered no details about the band....
This beer doesn't exist. But if you want a picture of Entombed with beer, just search Google for the word "Entombed" As Entombed A.D. crushes...
Here's an outtake photo of Eddie Van Halen from Everybody Wants Some. Contact Redferns for your own licensing needs. For the uninitiated, this looks...
Legendary performer Skin, frontwoman of Skunk Anansie, has penned a foreword titled "Who Put That Shaven-Headed Black Woman on the Stage?" for the forthcoming...
Thirty years after saving heavy music with the NWOBHM, many of those young lions remain active elders in the loud music scene.
Mike “McBeardo” McPadden blasts a black lite on the most headbanging hair-raisers of the PMRC era!
A barnstorming assault of instant classic anthems that introduced new singer Bruce Dickinson and catapulted the band into worldwide headlining status.
Roots revisits the savage leading edge of progress by post-nuclear pilgrims including Power Trip, Havok, Dust Bolt, Lost Society, Hellbringer, and Vektor.
New music spit out by Discharge, the Meatmen, G.B.H., Suicidal Tendencies, D.R.I., Harley Flanagan, C.O.C., Mob 47, Agnostic Front, Snapshot, and others
HEAVY METAL MOVIES: McBeardo Talks Horror Movie Taglines on Gilbert Gottfried’s Amazing Colossal Podcast
Keep reminding yourself—it's only a podcast!
This long-awaited documentary by Antidote singer Drew Stone will sell out by the end of the day, so make your move and score tickets
The illustrious Bazillion Points author will screen clips and discuss the most metal of heavy metal movies. Admission is free.
Join us as we unearth the relentless power, melody, and groove of Stockholm, Sweden's, death metal magistrates Entombed
The Earth's crust trembles and the heavens shake to the sounds of Black Sabbath songs spanning nearly 50 years.
Bruce Pavitt with Experiencing Nirvana: Grunge in Europe, 1989 Bazillion Points author and Sub Pop Records co-founder Bruce Pavitt has been a constant presence in tech news lately, thanks to his audience-empowering remix app 8Stem....
Prepare for a stunning display of technical wizardry, bleak darkness, and operatic drama—sometimes all at once.
The event offers a free performance by leading San Pedro punk luminary (and We Got Power! cohort) Mike Watt of the Minutemen/Firehose/Stooges, backed by his current outfit the Secondmen.
Tonight we crack open a fresh case of metal drinking songs.
The killer lineup of Redd Kross, the Melvins, and OFF! sets off a week that will go down in LA punk history