Ramondetta's Hits From Hell
by Josie Ramondetta
Hell Awaits - Slayer
Seer - Witch
Colas De Rata - Brujeria
Forest Fire - Dead Kennedys
Christhunt - Saviours
First Blood - Evile
Death From Above - Toxic Holocaust
Long Haired Redneck - David Allan Coe
Stained Class - Judas Priest
Schiziod - Venom
Playlist available for preview and purchase via the iTunes store: Peter Ramondetta's Hits From Hell.
2/28/2017Come see some sick bands and skate March 11-12.
2/28/2017Krayzie, Bizzy and Layzie had some time to discuss tracking down Eazy-E, the first time they heard “Thuggish Ruggish Bone” on the radio and what it’s like going back to Cleveland.
2/28/2017Converse and Babylon LA teamed up and released a limited edition Chuck Taylor featuring the artwork Babylon LA is well known for, which meant it was time for a shoe-release party! Check out some photos here.
2/28/2017The House of Vans in Chicago is opening their doors with a two-day celebration featuring a photo exhibit, artist workshop, open skate night and performances by Future Islands, Digable Planets and Noname. RSVP here.
2/28/2017Maseo took some time while in Argentina to discuss the new album, performing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and whether or not working with Prince Paul will ever happen again.
2/28/2017The top-three list for SOTY was all tuff no fluff: Figgy, K-Walks and Evan Smith. While he don’t mind not being the “guy,” he’s just stoked to be on planet Earth having the time of his life. Listen to Mr. Smith talk about the road and the mag on the airwaves. —Jake Phelps
2/28/2017Descendents were the background music to so many sessions and they contributed to the soundtracks of some of the most-watched skate videos of all times. Thankfully, they’re still cranking out the tunes with a brand-new album. We caught up with their front man, Milo, to see what makes them tick year after year.
2/28/2017The "LA Stories" collaboration between Snoop Dogg and Mark Gonzales connects skateboarding, music and art.
2/28/2017They’re like a dash of punk, an ounce of metal, but really just some of the best speedy rock ‘n’ roll in ages.
2/28/2017With rock stars dropping like flies nowadays, we are really lucky to have Alice Cooper still out there going full throttle. Welcome to Alice’s nightmare.