Riley Hawk's Top Ten Jams His dad may cast a shadow the size of Mount Rushmore, but Riley Hawk is making his own name—and even has some street moves Tony can't touch. Here are the jams he's feeling lately.
1. Pentagram - Relentless 2. Jerusalem - Hooded Eagle 3. Green & Wood - Castle Kerak 4. Radio Moscow - Lucky Dutch 5. Roky Erickson - Haunt 6. Black Sabbath - Children of the Grave 7. Pentagram - Burning Saviour 8. Freedoms Children - The Homecoming 9. Led Zeppelin - Friends 10. Pixies - Theme From Narc
In This Issue The cover of Thrasher is never soft, but December's front is hard enough to break your face in half. Dane Burman grinds through the kink to a second-story drop to let you know that the Zero crew is not taking it easy with their Cold War campaign. Speaking of which, full-video analysis lies inside, including: feature-length interviews with Tommy Sandoval and The Chief himself, a complete Zero videography and all of the balls-to-the-walls gnar you've come to expect from the skull crew. The fine folks at Huf get their Euro Stoops on with eighteen pages of across-the-pond insanity, New Balance hyperlinks through Vancouver, Paul Hart proves himself to be Lunatic Fringe-worthy and Theotis battles a heelflip crooks for Antwuan. And just in case you're hungry for some history, Lance Mountain discusses the opening of the NHS Museum. We will never stop. Score This Mag For Free