- Music Reviews
- September 11, 2020
Ice Age (Riding Easy Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
High Gain Villains (self-released). Review by Julio Diaz.
The iconoclastic punk rocker and former leader of Screeching Weasel, Ben Weasel offers up his first non-fiction collection. Troy Jewell takes a look.
Dee Dee Ramone passed away June 5 at the age of 49. Julio Diaz offers a Ramones-style tribute.
Can DVD capture the grandeur one of the greatest punk bands of all, The Clash? Director and longtime cohort Don Letts gives it a try with Westway to the World. James Mann will let you know-oh, should it stay or should it go.
Gruesome Twosome Vol. 1 (VMS). Review by Brian Kruger.
Christopher R. Weingarten gets a few words with the punk rocker most hated by his own community, the "Atom" half of Atom and His Package, Adam Goren. The Package, alas, remains unavailable for comment.
Live from the Justice League (TKO). Review by Brian Kruger.
Rock ‘N Roll Kamikaze (Junk). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
The Damned, with The Toilet Boys and The Briefs at The Sapphire Supper Club in Orlando, FL on October 26, 2001. Concert review by Julio Diaz.
Nearly 25 years after the UK punk revolution, The Damned are still kicking with two original members, and a new album, Grave Disorder. Gail Worley talks with the legendary Captain Sensible about a quarter-century of The Damned.
In one of the year’s most surprising comebacks, the original line-up of TSOL is back. Mitchell Foy catches up with orignal lead singer Jack Grisham to discuss grave robbery, the legendary ’80s Orange County punk scene, and how Henry Rollins ruined Black Flag.
Who else but Pennywise could get a song called "Fuck Authority" on the radio, and still have the punk rock muscle to back up the message? Kiran Aditham talks about politics — both in the world at large and in the music industry — with guitarist Fletcher Dragge.
Punk rock progenitor Joey Ramone passed away Sunday afternoon after a battle with lymphatic cancer. David Lee Beowulf says a brief farewell. – ,Ink 19 will offer a special tribute to the life and legacy of Joey Ramone later this week.
If a band is made up of nothing but girls, a lot of people’s first inclination is to believe that they’re all eye candy with no real musical talent. The last thing a lot of people would believe is that they can actually rock! The ladies of Girlush Figure are out to put the lie to those old stereotypes with their first album, Target You. Phil Bailey introduces you to Pigpen, Squeaky, and Donna.
No Use for a Name, with One Man Army and Homegrown at the Sapphire Supper Club in Orlando, FL on October 13, 2000. Concert review and photos by Sean Carswell.
Dillinger Four are one of the most respected and popular bands on the underground punk scene today. But are they big enough to take on the Almighty Himself? Sean Carswell asked guitarist Erik how the band fares on its new album, Versus God.
It’s a Punk Rock Life (Ink 19, August 2000)