Welcome to the 2019 Razorcake Donation Drive!

Razorcake Podcast #669 with Johnny and Elwood

O flower of Scotland when will we see your like again?

Webcomic Wednesdays #406 by Rick V.

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Razorcake 113, featuring Snakes, Mekons, Falling on Deaf Eyes with Justin Maurer, Aquarian Blood, and Dott

“I have a hole in my chest… The first time was in high school, someone drank milk out of it. My shit’s just all fucked up. I can eat cereal out of it. I can drink beer out of it.” —Mark, from Snakes interview.

Deb Frazin Photo Column—Launcher

Do you dig The Freakees? If so, you’ll dig Launcher!

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—Loud Night

The stars finally aligned for me. I was able to see Richmond ragers Loud Night and Nosebleed at the new rock bar venue that is just a couple blocks from my house in honor of a book release for Heavy Tales. The Music. The Metal. The Madness, a story about Megaforce Records.

Razorcake Podcast #667 with Thirsty Thursdays Presented By The Dollar Boys

Thirsty Thursdays Presented by The Dollar Boys is a highly unorganized group of individuals who get together to play the best and worst of old and new, punk, hardcore, and god knows what else. Punk podcast. Come for the music, stay for the memories. Tracklisting: Tyrades, “PCP” Incarcerated 7″ (Die Slaughter Haus)  – – –

Confronting Abuse: The Sabotage by Will Kenneth

Will reflects on the times his father tried to ruin his relationships, and how stress can play a role in the ways we form memories under duress.

Webcomic Wednesdays #405 by Eskander Fairweather

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Featured Zine Reviews Razorcake 112—The Deceived, Behind The Zines, Gratitude, The Hot Shot, Midlife Crisis Era HC

Trigger warnings abound for sexual, emotional, physical, religious, and military abuse, and it was upsetting to me even as someone who is not a survivor of the level of abuse detailed here. Be cautious.

Eastside Punks, Episode 1: Thee Undertakers


In this first installment of the Eastside Punks series, we speak with first-gen East L.A. punks Thee Undertakers. Beginning at local parties in 1977, they became regulars in the scene centered around the legendary early-’80s eastside punk club The Vex.