BECAUSE THE MUSIC MATTERS!!!
Join us next month as we begin to present each and every Rivethead Magazine Podcast, one by one, in order of original airdate!! This oughta last us until sometime next year, and keep you rockin hard!
Welcome to the Official Rivethead Magazine Website! If you remember venues like the Axiom, Pik-n-Pak, After Dark, Numbers, Emo’s, Fitzgeralds, The Vatican and more, and if you remember bands like Bayou Pigs, Pain Teens, The Awful Truth, Stride, dead horse, Krizel, and many others, then you’re in the right place! Here you will find the old Rivethead and the new Rivethead, with opinions, reviews, interviews, features, music, lots of action photography, our entire compendium of published issues (1988 – 1993) and our fantastic collection of Rivethead Podcasts. Browse through our pages, let us take you back to the past, and into the present. Rivethead Magazine. Because the Music Matters.
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Rivethead Magazine's provocative interview with TAB Productions founder and current music industry analyst Tom Bunch! There are must-watch bonus videos at the end!http://www.rivetheadmagazine.com/tom-bunch.html
Rivethead Issue #20, June 1990. Edited and published by Lisa E. Sullivan. Unusual cover art by Thad Morgan. This issue contained Joe Claytor dishing the dirt on Social Distortion, James Bryant interviewing not one but two members of Dio's band, dead horse and Agony Column are this month's Pick Show, there is the monthly Calendar, Guitar Tips, Soundboard, Exithor returns with another installment of "From The Vacuum", and much much more!
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Podcasts Revisited: Shut Up & Listen
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 South Texas Indie talents from yesterday, today, and tomorrow.