This year, Rivethead is giving you a Christmas bonus!!  Not just one pick show, but two!!!  Happy holidays, warm seasonal blessings, and the truest spirit of Yule to all of y'all!!

Pick Shows Of The Month:

This year we plan a very down-home holiday season. Nothing but oldschool Houston favorites. To open the month we offer a long-awaited Manhole reunion, complete with an absolute star-studded supporting lineup, and then we move on to the annual 30 Ft. Fall Christmas Night Show.  Because, you know, anybody who plays on Christmas Night every damn year deserves a shout-out now and then.  From our house to yours, peace on Earth, and good heavy Metal to all!!  Merry Christmas, everybody!!

New this month:  Check out Rivethead Magazine's Review of the just-released Epic Death Album "Witchcraft"!!


In keeping with our annual holiday tradition, Rivethead Magazine festively re-presents "The Santa Claus Bank Robbery".  Hear the great storyteller Wes Dodson spin out the real-life tale of a brazen bank heist that took place on December 23rd, 1927, in the Central Texas town of Cisco, that is still talked about to this day.  Parental discretion is advised, as this podcast does contain gratuitous references to Christmas.  From our home to yours, we say yule, y'all!!

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Rivethead Issue #37, December 1991.  Edited and published by Lisa E. Sullivan.  Cover art by Richard Stell.  This issue is NOT in the Rivethead Archives.  If YOU have a copy of this or any lost issues we may need to scan, please reach the Editor at  Check in the Archives to see what issues we're looking for.


Rivethead Magazine and Last Entertainment Corporation of America, in association with Red Clown Crematorium and the Rev. Dr. Dubb Diablo, are proud to present:  "Shut Up & Listen", an ongoing showcase of select Southern Texas indie talents of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.


stream both of these webzine compilations for totally free here:

Volume 1

Rivethead Stickers are now available!  All stickers proudly produced and provided by Sammy Salazar Chong and MCL Screenworks, El Cerrito CA.  Thank you Sammy!! 

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