Love Sex Machine is a brutal sludge band with absolutely the right guitar sound.
A chat with Staffan Snitting. Talking about life, his bands, straight edge, zines and euh… So You Think You Can Dance and Glee…
The name may be a gimmick, but the final output is nothing short of a triumph.
The third Some Will Never Know mixtape, featuring all kinds of styles. Not for the singleminded.
Thanks for the support in 2012 people. Before we’re entering 2013 we would like to look back a final time. Time for the infamous yearlists again!
One of the most notorious Dutch vocalists talks about his new band and looks back on past projects.
GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS / MAILORDER LABEL AND WEBSTORE UPDATE / 02.08.13 Well, one month down – 2013 is moving FAST and there is a lot going on over here at GMHQ! Here’s an update for you on the status of our upcoming releases (and of course, some delightful new webstore items as well); the BIG … Continue reading GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS / Label and Webstore Update 2.8.13
GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS / MAILORDER WEBSTORE UPDATE 12.14.2012 Well, we are in the thick of the holiday season and I hope everyone has their x-mas shopping finished early and has a few extra bucks to spend on some records! You owe it to yourself! Or, keeping with the spirit of the holidays you can buy … Continue reading GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS / Webstore Update 12.14.12
A mentally unstable discovery of the soul. The journey continues.
Pim had a chat with Ryan Young of Off With Their Heads.
Spawn, Repel fanzine & records, True Blue, Reaper Records. These names should ring a bell. They’re all linked to one person, Patrick Kitzel.
I almost forgot about this interview with the singer of Rise And Fall. It’s another one from the vault, another one originally intended for issue #2.
Rage Against The Machine celebrates the 20th anniversary of their first album with this expanded edition, including their much sought-after 12 song demo from 1991.
GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS AND MAILORDER WEBSTORE UPDATE 11.09.2012 After hitting you with updates three weeks in a row last month, I figured it was time for a break so I’ve been laying low for a while. That, and the fact that I’ve been a bit under the weather for the past two weeks … things … Continue reading GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS / Webstore Update 11.09.12
Unbroken toured Europe for the first time during the winter of ’94-’95. It was cold and all members of the band got ill. What impact did they made on the European hardcore kids around. They share their story here.
Who played in a movie with Rutger Hauer, played Fluff Fest with his band and appeared on Dutch TV a bunch of times?
A fun night with some new, promising music, that was certainly worth the 7 euros I paid for it.
If these were those precious 80’s and the songs of this record had find their way to Maximum Rock N’ Roll everyone would be writing letters about this obscure Dutch band.