• Beastie Boys x Girl

    Beastie Boys x Girl
    Girl Skateboards is proud to release a special edition capsule featuring the Beastie Boys, photographed by Spike Jonze.
  • July 1994

    July 1994
    Cover: Jaya Bonderov – Nosegrind Photo: Martineau Inside This Mag: Skating in Brazil and the East Coast and an interview with Omar HassanAlso In This Issue: Steve Caballero on sponsorshipMusic Articles: Beastie Boys, Entombed, the Frumpies, Dre Dog, NOFX and the Germs
  • RIP Beastie Boys' MCA, 1964-2012

    RIP Beastie Boys' MCA, 1964-2012
    Straight from the streets of Brooklyn and NYC, a ’78 hardcore band morphed into the most successful rap group of all time. If ever there was an example of someone making the most of talent and opportunity, it was Adam Yauch. Thanks for puttin’ it all on wax.
  • January 1996

    January 1996
    Cover: 15th Anniversary Skater: Salman Agah Photo: Dalgart Skater: Rodney Mullen Photo: Kanights Skater: Tommy Guerrero Photo: Kanights Skater: Ray Barbee Photo: Ogden Skater: Tony Hawk Photo: Dalgart Skater: Duane Peters Photo: Dalgart Skater: Mike Carroll Photo: KanightsInside This Mag: Thrasher's 15th Anniversary Issue featuring interviews with Duane Peters, Wade Speyer, Christian Hosoi, Steve Caballero, Rodney Mullen, Salman Agah, Tony Hawk, Ray Barbee, Natas Kaupas, Mike Carroll, Mark Gonzales, Salba, Tommy Guerrero and Mike Vallely Music Articles: A look back on Thrasher's favorite featured bands
  • February 1994

    February 1994
    Cover: Salman Agah – Portrait Photo: Madeo Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 1993 Skater of the Year Salman Agah and interviews with Jaya Bonderov and Ron Whaley Also In This Issue: Awesome ams Sage Humphries, George Terekhov and Alex Terekhov, the SUAS Pro-Am Contest in Houston, the San Luis Obispo Thrash-A-Thon and Glen E. Friedman's photos of Dogtown era skating, Black Flag, Beastie Boys and moreMusic Articles: A Tribe Called Quest, Sepultura, Kurious Jorge, Girls Against Boys and SNFU
  • June 1992

    June 1992
    Cover: Pat Duffy – Frontside 180 Nosegrind Photo: Kanights Inside This Mag: Interviews with Neal Hendrix and Salman AgahAlso In This Issue: Step by step tricks and NSA #1 Santa Barbara Skate Zone contestMusic Articles: Beastie Boys, L7, Soundgarden, Dwarves, Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, NOFX, Young Gods, Raw Fusion and Consolidated
  • Chris Athans' "Helen" Part

    Chris Athans' "Helen" Part
    Kickflipping into wallrides and bombing neighborhood hills, Chris hits the cuts with speed and confidence. This is how you wanna skate the City.
  • Bust Crew's Gilbert Crockett Remix

    Bust Crew's Gilbert Crockett Remix
    Throwing some old stuff in with the new, the Bust Crew's got a sick remix of raw Gilbert Crockett moves. No matter how often you watch ‘em, this dude’s clips never get stale.
  • SKATELINE: 04.07.2020

    SKATELINE: 04.07.2020
    Element's Knucks video, Chris Joslin's part, a tribute to Jeff Grosso and more in today's episode of Skateline.
  • Evan Smith's "Sky Bird People Up-Jump" Grimple Part

    Evan Smith's "Sky Bird People Up-Jump" Grimple Part
    Evan gives us a much needed break from the real world with an interdimensional rip full of HEAVY flip ins and flip outs. Now that the piss tube’s removed, he’s hitting every plane possible with a little help from the Antihero crew. This part is messed up in the best way possible.
  • New from Antihero

    New from Antihero
    Evan’s Grimple graphics are here along with series of fornicating animals and toxic tonics. You’ll also find the treasure that is Grosso’s Double Driller. Legendary stuff, grab it.
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    Hear ye! Hear ye! We have a new King of Crust upon the horizon, Sir Mason Silva! Mason pops an unfathomable ollie (over a rail, past the flat) into a blistering bank. That’s how you score the front! More Silva inside as he weighs in on the heroes and heavyweights who have shaped his skating. How did Dashawn Jordan turn into an Olympic athlete seemingly overnight? Find out! Getting caught masturbating? Wack. Over-instagramming? Wack. New Palace pro Jamal Smith schools us on how he finesses the skate industry. Seems to be working. On the travel tip, GT, Collin Provost, Jackson Pilz, Chris Pfanner and the rest of the Volcom crew explore the wonderful world of Deutschland. From the biergartens to the streets, these guys are a force to be reckoned with. Stateside we have the FA guys trekking from Dallas to Oklahoma City, gobbling up dog shit sandwiches and epic spots every step of the way and the Monster crew gets sick in the Colorado Rockies. Need more? Martino Cattaneo gets the Lunatic Fringe treatment, we present you with a skater’s guide to head injuries, Emmanuel Guzman takes some high-speed plunges and Steel Pulse, Wolf Parade and Witch all get grilled. This issue is so chockfull of stoke you’re gonna need two faces for it to melt.