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Pick Show Of The Month:

No better way to spend the holidays than at a three-night metalfest the line-up of which you are not even going to believe.  Follow the link below to find out what other hard-slammin' bands are going to be destroying Fitzgerald's and the Warehouse Live during this headbashing event!  Just added to Sunday's lineup:  Marzi Montazari and Heavy As Texas!  Now you have to go.  


And Coming Next Month:

We at Rivethead Magazine wish y'all a safe and happy Holiday Season, and the best of times in the New Year.


Rivethead #14, December 1989.  Cover art by Kelly Lee Kasparak.  This edition featured Nuclear Assault, Watchtower, Guitar Tips, Reviews and much more!  Edited and published by Lisa E. Sullivan.  Scope this issue now in the Rivethead Archives. 

In keeping with the spirit of the season, Rivethead Magazine is pleased to offer again this lighthearted recounting of a brazen Yuletide bank robbery that took place in the small, dusty Central Texas town of Cisco on December 23, 1927.  Narrated by our own Wes Dodson, this story is sure to become a part of your family's holiday traditions!!  It has in ours.

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:

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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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