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New Releases 5/19 @ Mills Record Company

Aldous Harding — Party Alex G — Rocket (gatefold) Amon Amarth — The Crusher (180 gm vinyl includes lyric insert and large 2-sided poster) Autopsy — The Tomb Within Basement — Promise Everything (deluxe edition, includes 4 new recorded bonus tracks on colored vinyl) BIB — POP (7″) Biters — The Future Ain’t What It […]


Live Tonight: Week of August 29th – September 4th: Wake Me Up When September Ends

  Monday, August 29th The Body & Full of Hell with Tongues, Okha-Eroticum, Napalm Meth at FOKL 8 PM $7 Performing their collaborative album together – one of 2016′s best albums so far – hardcore punk/noise gurus Full of Hell team up with terrifying harsh vibes in The Body for a performance our eyes and […]


Massive Cauldron of Chaos: 1349 Live in Kansas City, MO 1/21/2016

From the frozen depths of Norway, veteran black metal group 1349 made a triumphant return to the similarly snow-covered Kansas City on Thursday night and brought as much Satanic riffing and blasphemous blastbeats as they could. Formed in 1997, 1349 has been pretty much a mainstay in the black metal scene since the release of […]


Live Tonight: Week of January 18th – January 24th: The Man Who Sold The World

It’s hard to believe that David Bowie left this plane of existence barely one week ago. He was always kind of one of those forces in life (bigger than just a person, bigger than most everything) that people just always assumed would be around forever. Be sure to properly mourn and remember his amazingness by […]

Live Tonight: Week of May 4th – May 10th: May The 4th Be With You!

April showers bring May flowers? It looks like they brought some killer shows too! Even in the first week and a half of May, the month is off to a massive start, no matter what kind of music you’d be into. So enjoy the weather before it gets too hot and go see some shows! […]

Live Tonight: Week of September 1st – September 7th: Welcome Autumn!

  The weather is cooling off which means the slew of tours that happen every fall are coming through Kansas City. September and October have been notoriously busy in years past as far as live music goes, and this year seems no different. We’ve got killer shows on their own this week (D.R.I. and Code […]