Interest: grunge

Rock Cellar Magazine
February 15, 2021
Out Now: Teenage Wrist Embraces a New Era, Exploring the Beauty of Melancholy with New Album ‘Earth is a Black Hole’

Los Angeles-based band Teenage Wrist arrived in 2018 with Chrome Neon Jesus, a neo/grunge-by-way-of-shoegaze debut album released on Epitaph Records that made waves in the “scene,” the band’s ability to blend...

Rock Cellar Magazine
August 25, 2020
Out Now: ‘Sugaregg,’ the Dynamic New Album from Alicia Bognanno + Bully That Deserves to Be Heard … Loudly

There’s a certain throwback quality to the music of Bully, fronted by singer/guitarist Alicia Bognanno. Each song bursts with frenetic energy and a deeply-rooted sense of emotional weight, the jagged...

Rock Cellar Magazine
August 7, 2020
New from Alicia Bognanno and Bully: Stream the Slow-Burning ‘Hours and Hours’ (New LP Out 8/21)

On Aug. 21, Bully, the band fronted by singer/songwriter Alicia Bognanno, will release its new album Sugaregg via Sub Pop Records. (Click here to pre-order Sugaregg from our Rock Cellar...

Rock Cellar Magazine
July 8, 2020
New from Alicia Bognanno and Bully: Watch a Colorful At-Home Music Video for ‘Every Tradition,’ from New Album ‘Sugaregg’

Bully, the rock/indie band fronted by vocalist/guitarist Alicia Bognanno, will release a new record called Sugaregg on Aug. 21 via Sub Pop. On Wednesday, Bognanno premiered a new music video...

Rock Cellar Magazine
June 26, 2020
Grey Daze ‘Amends’ LP Continues the Emotional Musical Journey of Late Linkin Park Vocalist Chester Bennington (Listen/Review)

There’s something innately powerful and tragic about hearing new music from an artist that has passed away. Over the years, the music world has seen countless examples of posthumous releases,...

Rock Cellar Magazine
June 22, 2020
The Guitar Kurt Cobain Played in Nirvana’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ Sold for $6M+ at Auction, Breaking Records

Over the weekend, a crucial piece of music memorabilia from the 1990s went up for auction — and the 1959 Martin D-18E Kurt Cobain played in Nirvana‘s MTV Unplugged performance...

Rock Cellar Magazine
June 11, 2020
New from Alicia Bognanno and Bully: ‘Where to Start,’ A Grunge-y, Punky Bathroom Freak-Out of Cathartic Frustration

There’s a lot of angst behind “Where to Start,” the new song from Bully premiered on Thursday. Jarring, jangly guitars and the pained shouts of vocalist/guitarist Alicia Bognanno are the...

Rock Cellar Magazine
December 11, 2019
Chester Bennington’s Pre-Linkin Park Band Grey Daze Working On New Album Featuring His Vocals (Update)

When Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington died by suicide in July 2017, it brought the rock community to a screeching halt. The sudden and tragic loss of one of the...

Rock Cellar Magazine
July 2, 2019
Eddie Vedder Performed a Touching Cover of Chris Cornell’s ‘Seasons’ as a Tribute to His Late Friend

Over the weekend, Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder was playing a solo gig at Düsseldorf’s Mitsubishi Electric Halle, when he decided to do something special. The song “Seasons” was a...

Rock Cellar Magazine
May 21, 2019
Giants in the Trees, ft. Krist Novoselic, Premiere New Video for ‘Star Machine’

Giants in the Trees is a musical ensemble from the Pacific Northwest featuring former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic — but don’t come here looking for “grunge,” because you won’t find...