#PROMOTED POST: We’ve had it circled on the office calendar for about three weeks, but, finally, pay day is here! So we figured we’d help you spend some of those hard earned pennies, because we’re proper nice like that. Whether you’re on the hunt for new band merch or updating your street wear, the guys over at Impericon have you covered. Here are our top picks from the store this month.
Famed for capturing the most influential grunge bands of the '80s and '90s including Nirvana, Mudhoney and Pearl Jam, seminal photographer Charles Peterson and streetwear pioneers KR3W have teamed up to create the 'Rights Refused' collaboration. Take a look at this.
You'll already be well aware of JJ Peters and Ahren Stringer from their mosh duties with Deez Nuts and The Amity Affliction, respectively. You might also have noticed the Aussie duo's hardcore-infused clothing label, One Love Apparel, regularly graces the pages of our magazine. Here's a sneek peak at their new range.
The Wonder Years have long been my favourite band. I've loved everything they've done - from the early days of the ignorant breakdowns and synth on 'Get Stoked On It!', all the way through to '13’s magnum opus ‘The Greatest Generation’. So when they announced a string of three shows to celebrate their 10-year anniversary in Philadelphia, I grabbed tickets, booked flights and found myself in the city of brotherly love before you could say "I’m Not Sad Anymore". You may think I’m mad, but there are plenty of good reasons why I would travel half way round the world for these six dudes from the Keystone State.
Our Deputy Editor David McLaughlin hopped over to the French capital last week to catch this month's coverstar Ronnie Radke in action with Falling In Reverse. Here's what he found out.