Having established himself as a hardcore punk agitator with Misfits, Danzig's uncompromising vision lead him to heavy metal and the...
“Each year the Recording Academy has the privilege of honouring a select group of visionaries whose creative contributions have rippled throughout our culture.”
Pioneering a thrashier style of metal-infused punk, Misfits’ ‘Earth AD’ turned the group into “the archetypal horror-punk band of the early 80s”.
The Pittsburgh punks made the new video in conjunction with DIY Nigerian film makers, The Critics Company.
With their ‘The Filth & The Fury’ headline, the ‘Daily Mirror’ lit the touchpaper for a hate campaign against Sex Pistols in 1977 – as this gallery shows.
From incendiary albums to eye-opening, no-hold barred memoirs, there is seemingly no end of amazing gifts for punk fans this Christmas.
The best political punk songs have stood the test of time, remaining wholly relevant in an era when politics thrives on lies and confusion.
Ever since rearing its head in the 70s, punk politics continue to shape our way of thinking, thanks to outspoken bands unafraid of making a stand.
Hailed as the “real rock’n’roll future”, PiL’s ‘Metal Box’ was an unapologetically challenging album with experimentation at its heart.
Sex Pistols’ incendiary debut album, ‘Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols’, has lost none of its fury, nor its ability to inspire.
Now hailed for its “adventurous spirit and dynamic songwriting”, ‘Autoamerican’ found Blondie making a radical departure from their new wave roots.
With a primal power that still through loud and clear, Siouxsie And The Banshees’ debut album, ‘The Scream’, remains one of post-punk’s landmark releases.
Always at odds with their peers, with ‘All Mod Cons’ The Jam revealed themselves to be one of the most exciting – and enduring – British groups of the 70s.
The band's hard-hitting new record will be released by Spinefarm on 17 January 2020.
The thinking man’s punks, Anti-Flag champion political and ecological action groups while tackling big issues and proudly waving the banner for punk rock.
Following ‘Parallel Lines’ was no small task, but with their ‘Eat To The Beat’ album, Blondie proved they still had plenty of tasty licks up their sleeves.