Noise Pollution #18: RIP Olav Berland
Neill discusses Olav Berland (R.I.P.)'s body of work, including Joyless and Forgotten Woods.
(the infamous) Gehenna IS “Negative Hardcore” (Review)
19 years after their last full-length, (the infamous) Gehenna has released "Negative Hardcore" – a record that embodies their bitter approach to hardcore.
Noise Pollution #17: Songs of Summer Pt II: The Season of Sodom
Neill reflects on more songs that shaped his summers, including some choice thrash picks and more.
Noise Pollution #16: Songs of Summer Pt. 1: 1995
Neill reflects on songs of summers past - well, specifically, what he was listening to in 1995.
Noise Pollution #15: Fatherhood
Neill reflects on his journey as a father and some of the music that accompanied it.
Noise Pollution #14: Nobody’s Bathing
Neill delves into some of his favorite underground crust punk favorites in this new edition of Noise Pollution.
Noise Pollution #13: The Fable of the Tortoise and…the Tortoise
Columnist Neill Jameson makes his biweekly rounds, this time preaching the benefits of Withdrawal and The Banner's brands of negative hardcore.
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.