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Features How Possessed's Seven Churches Accidentally Birthed Death Metal

Thirty-five years ago, four teenagers made a record that would take metal down a dark, evil path…

Features Primus' Les Claypool: "My Daughter Tells Me I'm Weird All The Time"

Les Claypool discusses the life and times of Primus, plus his almost-stint in Metallica

The News Watch Les Claypool Teach Jason Momoa How To Play Primus’ My Name Is Mud

Aquaman/Khal Drogo has been busy hanging out with Primus legend Les Claypool…

Features The 50 Best Albums From 1990

From Pixies and Jane’s Addiction to Entombed and Slayer, we rank the greatest rock and metal albums released in 1990

The News Primus Announce Rush Tribute Tour, Will Cover A Farewell To Kings In Its Entirety

Primus will pay homage to one of their idols by performing Rush’s A Farewell To Kings in its entirety across North America.

The News Desert Sessions Volumes 11 & 12 Will Be Out in October

The long-awaited new installment in Josh Homme’s Desert Sessions series will feature Billy Gibbons, Les Claypool, and more.

Features A Deep Dive Into The Video For Primus' Shake Hands With Beef

This 4/20, we’re going deep on Primus’ Shake Hands With Beef video…

Features 11 Reasons Why ’90s Movies Had The Best Soundtracks

We explore the golden age of movie soundtracks throughout the 1990s

The News Les Claypool Says Primus Will Open For Slayer's Final Tour Dates This Fall

During a recent podcast interview, Les Claypool revealed that Primus will be joining Slayer on their very last U.S. tour leg this fall.

The News Les Claypool: "Primus Are The Only Band That Have Their Own Category On iTunes"

Les Claypool discusses how Primus might be the weirdest band on the planet

The News K!1755 – Mastodon: How To Survive The 21st Century

PLUS! Ghost, FIDLAR, Papa Roach, AFI, 2000trees, The Struts, Joyce Manor, Bury Tomorrow, Clutch, Les Claypool and LOADS more!

Features Gallery: Primus and Mastodon Live in Coney Island

Photographer Nathaniel Shannon documents an incredible live show in one of the coolest neighborhoods in the USA.