Thursday Feb 27
Salt Lake City Weekly
Portlandia, Bates Motel
Season Premiere: The biggest changes for Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein's Portlandia in Season 4? It's now on Thursdays , and the guest-star lineup is ridicu-lectic .
Best of New Orleans
Interview: Jello Biafra
Jello Biafra has never been to Mardi Gras. Not that he wasn't invited - Dash Rip Rock extended an invitation to Biafra and the entire staff at his Alternative Tentacles record label several years ago, but Biafra had to decline.
Ambitious new supergroup
Corrosion Of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin promises that people are going to love the "hardcore punk, punk and metal" that his new supergroup Teenage Time Killer is making.
Dave Grohl Joins New Hardcore/Metal Supergroup Teenage Time Killer
Dave Grohl is one of the many, many veterans of the '80s thrash and hardcore scenes who's part of Teenage Time Killer, a new supergroup spearheaded by Corrosion Of Conformity's Mike Dean and Reed Mullin.
Dave Grohl and Corey Taylor Work With Supergroup Teenage Time Killer
Dave Grohl and Corey Taylor Work With Supergroup Teenage Time Killer Posted by Joseph Lee on 02.14.2014 On their new album... Faster Louder reports that Dave Grohl and Corey Taylor have both contributed to an album from the new supergroup Teenage Time Killer.
Grohl, Blythe, Taylor, Oliveri And More Join Forces For Teenage Time Killer Project [News]
Corrosion of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin unveiled fresh details of his Teenage Time Killer project, confirming major guest appearances from the likes of Dave Grohl , Randy Blythe , Corey Taylor and more.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Kendra Meinert column: Norb's 1st album re-issued
Brace yourself for a major blast from Green Bay's punk scene past. We're talking all the way back to 1984, when three Green Bay high school kids called Suburban Mutilation recorded "The Opera Ain't Over Til the Fat Lady Sings!'' It would be the first full-length punk album to come out of Northeastern Wisconsin and would go on to find its way into ... (more)
The Now Newspaper
BOOTH: We get what we demand, not what we need
The San Francisco think tank/punk band Dead Kennedys coined the phrase in the 1980s and its spirit has only multiplied in the ensuing decades.