Noise Pollution #12: God is in the Radio
Neill discusses Queens of the Stone Age's seminal record "Songs for the Deaf."
Noise Pollution #11: Music of the Warming Season
What's your favorite Danzig album?
Noise Pollution #10: Radio and Other Archaic Methods of Delivery
In an era when the Internet wasn't the primary gateway to music discovery, radio, television, and print reigned. Neill discusses his introduction to heavier music through New Jersey college radio and more.
Noise Pollution #9: God is War in Springtime
Neill recalls his introduction to metalcore/hardcore supergroup All Pigs Must Die's catalog.
Noise Pollution #8: Troubled Sleep
Neill discusses his discovery of the hardcore punk band Cursed and related projects like Burning Love.
Noise Pollution #7: No More Pain
Starting with the discovery of "Death Church," Neill recounts his experience with the British punk band.
The Gravedigger’s Song: RIP Mark Lanegan
A eulogy for an incomparable artist.
Noise Pollution #6: What do Chelsea Wolfe and Mayhem Have in Common?
Neill reflects on an unexpected overlap.
Noise Pollution #5: Our Book Could Be Your Band
Neill discusses some of his favorite and less-favorite books on heavy metal, rock 'n' roll, and more.
Noise Pollution #4: Chemtrails, Hosannas, Bloody Elections
Neill reflects on Killing Joke, a standout discovery in his musical exploration.