Pick Show Of The Month:


Rivethead gladly welcomes dear old friends deadhorse to the stage at 19th Hole on May 21st.  Special guests are MadSons, Pinche Gringos, and our other friends in Force Fed.  Latest word is that Baron Von Bomblast has sadly dropped out.  This is the second month in a row that Force Fed has been on the 'pick show' bill.  Only a coincidence, we swear it, and all the rest of these bands rule too.  Just sayin'.

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Rivethead Issue #41, May 1992  pg 3




Rivethead Issue #41, May 1992 pg 6.   



       


 

We continue to remember our dear friend, former staff writer, and host of KPFT's "Sweet Nightmares" radio show, the legendary Bill Bates.  Here we present a clip from his show where he sits in with deadhorse to cover "Ace of Spades".  You'll never hear this anywhere else.  (Player not available in mobile version, sorry)





Photo of Bill Bates by Andy Green.  Used without permission.



MAY 2016

Rivethead Issue #41, May 1992.  Edited and published by Rivethead Enterprises.  Sleazy P. Martini cover assemblage by the late Joe Claytor.  This issue featured a fantastic interview with GWAR by Gene B., Scatterbrain, Cronos of Venom, and also Kix just to lighten the mood.  It also featured the monthly calendar, Pick Show, Soundboard, and much more!  It is available for viewing in the Rivethead Archives.  If YOU have a copy of any lost issues we may need to scan, please don't keep them to yourself!  Check in the Archives to see what we're still looking for.




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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.


         

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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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