Hell hath no fury like metal fans "scorned."
On July, 17, Savannah, Georgia, Baroness released its anticipated double record, Yellow and Green. Embraced by the kind of people who often ignore metal and backhandedly complimented as a "thinking man's metal band," Baroness' string of recordings -- F ... More >>
What better use for an extra case of Girl Scout cookies than a Chow Bella Showdown? In years past we've challenged our contributors to make something delicious out of Thin Mints and Trefoils. This time: Savannah Smiles. Stay tuned for more recipes and a decision from our "judge," web ... More >>
Good morning and welcome to Wake Up Call!
After two years, we (okay, mostly me) have decided to put Eater's Digest to bed and greet you each morning with a mix of fun events, odd ball food stories, things I have baked, awesome places I've eaten, crappy places I've eaten, and, well, pretty much w ... More >>
What kind of music do you listen to?
It's an honest question that rarely yields an honest answer. After all, the wrong answer could get you shunned in certain circles. However, a more complex question could very easily be, what kind of music does your band play?
With lines blurring more an ... More >>
In 2009, Wild Nothing started out as Jack Tatum recording music on his laptop as a hobby. After posting a few songs to Myspace, Captured Tracks gave him a record deal. His debut album Gemini, released in May 2010, was featured on many year-end lists. Last year, he went on two European tours.Joine ... More >>