BECAUSE THE MUSIC MATTERS!!!

Keeping up an annual tradition now four years running, Rivethead Magazine once again proudly presents "The Santa Claus Bank Robbery".  Narrated by the great storyteller Wes Dodson, "The Santa Claus Bank Robbery" spins out the real-life tale of a brazen bank heist that took place on December 23rd, 1927, in the small, dusty, central Texas town of Cisco.  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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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.

Throwback Issue of the Month:  RH #14, December 1989

Merry Christmas Everybody!!!

COMING SOON:  Rivethead Magazine Exclusive Interviews with Larry Barragan of Helstar! 

COMING IN SPRING 2018:  Legendary powerhouse rockers ​Judas Priest!!!

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Rivethead Issue #14, December 1989.  Edited and published by Lisa E. Sullivan.  Wicked Merry Christmas cover art by Kelly Lee Kasparak.  This issue featured a bad-ass telephone interview with Nuclear Assault done by the late Joe Claytor, an expose on Watchtower done by the also sadly late Bill "Master" Bates, and many others.  It also featured updates on Local Lix, high-level expert guitar tips from Joel Gregoire and Scott Smith, Davey's Corner, another totally collectible pull-out centerfold calendar poster, reviews, Soundboard,  and as the cover says, "A Whole Lot More!"