Special Announcement From Thrasher Magazine



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Thrasher magazine accidentally hires Michael Sieben as Managing Editor.

It's true. We thought we were calling Michael Simmons, who is a professional copy editor, but we accidentally called Sieben by mistake. We had already offered him the position before we realized we had called the wrong guy, but by that point it was too late. He was sort of crying and thanking us for saving him from financial ruin and kept talking about his kid and dental insurance and shit like that. So now I guess we're stuck with him.

Sieben joins Jake Phelps (Editor-in-Chief) and Michael Burnett (Editor-at-Large) as what will now be referred to as The Holy Trinity of The Bible.

God save us all. 



Familiarize yourself with Michael Sieben here.

  • Sieben's Skateshop Etiquette Guide

    Sieben's Skateshop Etiquette Guide
    If you’re new to skateboarding and aren’t sure how to behave at the local shop, just follow these tips and you’ll be blending in with the rest of the dipshits wandering in off the street in no time.
  • Austin Amelio Interview

    Austin Amelio Interview
    Skater, actor, painter, father—Austin Amelio wears many hats. Hear how he landed a role on The Walking Dead and find out what keeps him in the streets in this interview from our January 2022 issue.
  • Roger's "R11VM" Video

    Roger's "R11VM" Video
    The Roger crew is back, riding some video-mag vibes and flying down TX’s tallest ditches and overpasses. The cameos alone are worth the watch.
  • “Skate Dreams” World Premiere Photos

    “Skate Dreams” World Premiere Photos
    The world premiere of Skate Dreams took place Friday in Austin, TX. To celebrate, a meet and greet at No-Comply skateshop was organized followed by a product giveaway at House Park. Check the photos and keep your eyes peeled for the film’s official release date.
  • NO-COMPLY 15-YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY

    NO-COMPLY 15-YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY
    Throngs of skate enthusiasts descended upon the Control Room in Austin, TX, to celebrate No Comply skateshop’s 15-year anniversary. There was even a big surprise for two of the attendees. Who were they and what was it, you might ask? You gotta scroll to find out, yo.