• Danzig

    Danzig
    "I do not play rock and roll. Chuck Berry plays rock and roll."
  • Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All

    Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All
    “People want to put us in a box, but every horror-core rap group I’ve looked up sucks”
  • Band of Horses

    Band of Horses
    "I had no idea about Fully Flared. I was getting texts and e-mails: ‘Good job on that Lakai video"
  • Amebix

    Amebix
    “Directionless people are malleable—easily pointed in the wrong directions”
  • Flogging Molly

    Flogging Molly
    "They told us we were a simple drinking bar band and that’s all we would ever be"
  • The Zeros

    The Zeros
    "The manager said, ‘Nobody’s ever done that in the history of The Fillmore’"
  • Tankcrimes Brainsqueeze

    Tankcrimes Brainsqueeze
    Tankcrimes flew a bunch of the bands on their roster out to Oakland for a weekend of thrashing and stagediving.  Here are some photos from the show.
  • OFF!

    OFF!
    "An AK-47 would probably work well, or a couple of those light-weight Russian-made bazookas"
  • Agnostic Front

    Agnostic Front
    "If we were from anywhere else, it wouldn’t have that sound, or that edge and anger"
  • Brujeria

    Brujeria
    "I pursued an interview with a bunch of masked dudes packing machetes"
  • Classics: Keith Hufnagel's "Penal Code" Part

    Classics: Keith Hufnagel's "Penal Code" Part
    Keith Hufnagel taught us all about power, style and finesse through his approach to skateboarding, business and life. His gift lives on with everything he created and we are all better people for the inspiration he gave us. Ride In peace, HUF. We love you and we thank you. —Ando, from FTC
  • RIP IN PEACE: Keith Hufnagel

    RIP IN PEACE: Keith Hufnagel
    The word legend has entered our everyday lexicon to the point that we've lost sight of its huge power and rarity. Keith Hufnagel defined the word.
  • The Samarria Brevard Interview

    The Samarria Brevard Interview
    Samarria made a splash in the contest scene, but after her King of the Road appearance, the enjoi pro's been in a league of her own. Longtime friend Tré Williams covers her big breaks going from Tony Hawk tutorials to riding with the Panda Patrol—from our September ’20 issue.
  • Ryan Siemens' "Welcome to Jenny" Part

    Ryan Siemens' "Welcome to Jenny" Part
    To hell with tradition, Ryan rips on Vancouver’s big rails and street bumps to the classic beats of Limp Bizkit. Get with it. 
  • Nikolai Piombo's "Shake Junt" Part

    Nikolai Piombo's "Shake Junt" Part
    Nikolai locks in for the long haul every time his trucks hit rail. Dude’s got the magic touch. 
  • Events
    In The Mag
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    Louie Lopez front feeble pop overs into a GD mountain for the October front—much more L-Lopez inside as we talk to all the good homies about why Everybody Loves Louie. He really is one of the best. Baker 3 just turned 15 and we dive into all of the hi jinx and hammers that made it a modern-day classic. Travel-wise, Krooked meandered to Mexico City and we got Gonz to tell the tale and add some art to go along with it. Legendary. Willis Kimbel dishes on dream spots and deep thoughts and Chris Pfanner, Cody Chapman and Jonno Gaitan all get the Heads interview treatment. New REAL hot shot Christian Henry lands on the Lunatic Fringe and we speak with First Nation legend Joe Buffalo about his trials and tribulations overcoming his addictions. Need more? Damn, y’all are greedy. Okay, how about an 18-page photo feature and Sieben teaching you to steal a parking block? Fall is almost here but this one is still scorching.