People really love The Simpsons - whether its vapor-wave Bart or, in the case of this metal band, Ned Flanders.
I’ve had two guitar heroes for a little over five years. Before that period, I only had one- John McLaughlin.
Do you like metal? Do you like thrash? Then you're going to love this new Iron Regan track.
For instrumental prog metal group Animals As Leaders, both Weightless and The Joy of Motion were each steps up in terms of developing the band’s sound with progressive guitar techniques from the albums that came before.
While election day happens November 8th, the politicking will be far from over for legendary party god Andrew WK when he comes to Capital Ale House the following day.
Since the winter of 2014, Left Cross have not so quietly been making a name for themselves in Richmond's metal scene, resurrecting the sounds of old-school death metal and putting their own vicious spin on that particular brand of brutality.
It wouldn't be Halloween in Richmond without a chat with GWAR, our town's favorite crack addicted space demons.
It might be a debut album, but it’s not a novice effort- Brain Tentacles is the combined effort of Bruce Lamont (Bloodiest), Dave Witte (A Richmond na
It’s Thursday night around 10:30 and we hit the bar just in time to catch Goblin Cock open their set.
We get so many (terrible) metal band press releases in our inbox it could be covered in digital entrails - but sometimes the wave of mediocre nu-metal bands opens up to reveal a treasure like Die Choking.
GWAR wasn’t the only band at this year’s GWAR B-Q leaving a blood-soaked audience after their show. Eat The Turnbuckle, a Philly-based metal band who call their genre “ultra-violent,” gave those who attended their show an experience like they had never seen before.
The English rock band Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats will make their Richmond debut when they perform on September 7 at the Broadberry.
This year’s GWAR B-Q was a certified shit show, a sweaty, grimy gathering of filthy (but friendly) bohabs and metalheads all indulging in one thing or another during the most anticipated RVA Saturday
This year’s GWAR B-Q, marks the fourth time local metal band Occultist will melt faces at the festival, something that’s sure to excite even the most casual metal head.
Calling all Bohab heads, worshippers of evil, and metal maniacs: Back from the depths of Hell, is the one and only GWAR, bringing with them a bloody weekend of murder, mayhem, debauchery and of course music for their annual GWAR B-Q.
Pair doom/occult sounds with the folky, but haunting, voice of a female lead, and you have local metal band Petrichor.
Richmond metal heads were out in full force to witness the face melting powers of British extreme metal band Carcass at The Broadberry, August 2nd, on their One Foot In The Grave tour.
RVA's own Lamb of God returned this year with a new album which means a slew of other new awesome things like videos and (thankfully) local performances.
A musical renaissance of sorts in Richmond has led a premier rock artist to call the city his home. Valient Himself of Valient Thorr moved to the city a few years ago and with a change of scenery comes new music from the band.
I first spoke to Inter Arma vocalist Mike Paparo when he was in route to a swimming hole someplace near Corbin, Oregon.