Dont forget to hit up our online store for some Black Friday deals! This year we are doing Mystery Boxes… 5 Shirts for $50 and 2 Sweathirts and 1 Shirt for $50! While supplies last!
Soul Assassins Fall/Holiday 13 is available now. The collection consists of T-Shirts, Hoodies, Crewnecks, a fitted hooded Varsity Jacket, a Windbreaker, Beanies, Snapbacks, and Accessories. Photos By Rick Rodney.
Over 20 years ago, the Soul Assassins collective was formed by a gang of like-minded West Coast dudes, mostly rappers and artists, who were rolling with the Cypress Hill crew. Since then, this group has grown into a global empire adding some major performers like Sick Jacken and the GZA (among many others) to the fold, while expanding into clothing, radio, and video. Today, the same do-it-yourself West Coast attitude remains, as do the OG dudes who started it all. We were lucky enough to catch up with two of the SA bosses, Andrew Kline and DJ Muggs, as they took us all around their home turf to show us what they do and why they do it. We chopped it up over Thai food, then dipped over to their screen printers in Burbank, and even checked out their offices and studio. At the end of the day, we left with a new appreciation for these two dudes who have followed their hearts and their visions for the last two decades to help get Soul Assassins to where it is today. Read our interview with these guys below and make sure to check out the video interview too for further dopeness. Shouts out to the SA crew for welcoming us into their world and dropping hard-earned wisdom for our readers.
Strife team up with Ambitious Films and HB Super to bring you the official video for “Carry The Torch” from Strife’s recently released album, Witness A Rebirth.
The video was filmed at the legendary Conne Island, a music venue and cultural center in Leipzig, Germany.
“Carry The Torch” features guest appearances from members of Stick To Your Guns, H20, Sick of it All, Alpha & Omega, First Blood, Final Prayer, Risk It!, The Haverbrook Disaster, and more.
The video pays homage to the bands that inspired Strife, while shedding light on a new generation of bands that are carrying the torch of the true spirit of hardcore.
Strife features Andrew Kline who also plays in DJ Muggs’ newest project Cross My Heart Hope To Die.