A track-by-track (and very sensory) review of Teenage Emotions.
"This album sucks, but so does everything, don’t be a baby."
A review of Meet Me in the Bathroom: Rebirth and Rock and Roll in New York City 2001-2011 from someone who lived it.
"If Harry Styles reads this, he’ll probably hate it."
"Mike rides his piano bench like a white horse into a hostile town, with his middle finger raised."
The guitarist airs his appreciation for the band's debut album, which he sees as a "model organism."
In the face of white supremacy, DAMN. demands respect.
“If you don’t like Pure Comedy, I’m not so sure I want you on the ark with the rest of us.”
It’s a Myth poses a lot of questions.
Deafheaven’s Stephen Lee Clark on the heaviness of one of his favorite bands’ new record.