Thomas Riccio and his Dead White Zombies are bringing theater to life, one mind-bender at a time.
Don't spend too many late-night hours reading longtime Ministry leader Al Jourgensen's memoir. It's a dark, dark nightmare. Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen is harrowing tale of drugs, sex and, of course, rock-n-roll, inspired by the artist who influenced a generation of musical ... More >>
The Atlas Moth will be in town on Thursday with opening for death metal proggers Gojira at the Granada. Frontman Stavros Giannopoulos took some time out to talk about the first shows he saw as a kid, The Blues Brothers, and Peter Gunn. Growing up, was there anybody that inspired you to play music? ... More >>
All Hallow's Eve is almost upon us, and what better way to celebrate than with Rob Zombie, who will be performing with Marilyn Manson on the Twins of Evil Tour at Verizon Theatre tomorrow night. It'll be a fright night filled with elaborate stage designs, terrifying costumes and metal. I had a chanc ... More >>
Perhaps the pressure of planning your witty political costume have driven you to write off Halloween 2012 altogether. Don't throw in the towel just yet! There are plenty of great shows around DFW this weekend and on Halloween night that will put you in the festive spirit, even if you've opted for je ... More >>
Sara Radle once fronted the San Antonio power pop trio Lucy Loves Schroeder and started her own Dallas label, Jeez Louise Records. These days, the Los Angeles transplant is on tour, promoting her fourth solo LP, Same Sun Shines, out on Jeez Louise. As a preview of her show at LaGrange on Thursday, R ... More >>
Scott McCulloughIf you've been to a themed DJ night like The Lollipop Shoppe or The Smoke, chances are good you either saw Scott McCullough DJing or dancing on the floor. These days, he does a regular Wednesday night gig at La Grange called The Thing?, showcasing plenty of Northern soul alon ... More >>
"Somebody Once Told Me The World..." SHUT UPDear Hollywood, We know it's hard to cut trailers, and you want to the maximum possible appeal. It's understandable, and we all know the game. Unfortunately, you've recently achieved critical mass on one subject: overused, hackneyed trailer songs. Some ... More >>
Joel Trujillo, Jr. is better known around town as Killtron, and he's been playing party-jams in the Metroplex since 2005. He got his start by listening to "Energy," a segment on nonprofit listener-supported station KNON, catching the show at every opportunity he had, eagerly listening in, and eve ... More >>
We've got quite a backlog of CDs we've never gotten around to, so we're going to try to chip away at the pile with this regular feature. The plan: to take four or five at a time and play each CD for as long as I can stand it. Confusion Only (San Antonio) The Story Of... The Middle-Eastern percuss ... More >>
Born Into This (Roadrunner Records)
Assassination City Derby: Watch Your Head, Vol. 1 (Crow)
Black Sabbath--The Complete Black Sabbath 1970-1978 (Rhino)
Troma's Lloyd Kaufman has guts, all over the floor
Counting down 2002
Speedealer learns you can't fight the feeling or a big-name band, but the group is rolling with the changes
Picking the best locally made records of 1998 was easy. Who knew?
The brutal murder of Adrianne Jones has left Mansfield teens feeling dazed and betrayed
After the Beasties and Beck, the Dust Brothers strike out on their own
Ranger Rita tries to find a new voice of and for the people
The new Caulk album signals make-or-break time for Aden Holt's One Ton label
"Taz" Bentley explains why he left the Rev for Tenderloin
Can Interscope do for four local bands what it did for Nine Inch Nails and Snoop Dogg?
Drummer Dave Abbruzzese considers life after Pearl Jam