Movie Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming

“What happens when Tony Stark gaslights a fourteen year-old” Spider-Man: homecoming is the third attempt by Sony to get us interested in the Spider-Man franchise. The new twist this time around is that they are getting help from Peter Parkers “parents”, Marvel. This is an interesting and ground breaking deal between the two studios in…

Movie Review: Wonder Woman

Introducing women to men since 1918 Spoiler warning!   It is about time that DC beat Marvel to the gate. With this release we have the first female led superhero movie since 2005’s Electra ( if you want to give it the credit of calling it an actual movie and not a waste of time)…

Vlog: Wizard World St. Louis 2016

Matt Albers Those that follow Damnation Magazine, particularly on social media, know that while we primarily focus on news related to all forms of loud rock music, we also branch out to pop culture. It’s no secret that there are parallels – especially among fans – between the music that we love and comics, gaming,…

Band Interview: Dillinger Escape Plan

  Upon the announcement of their break up and final tour, we here at Damnation Magazine felt it necessary to reach out to The Dillinger Escape Plan one last time for an interview. While it wasn’t able to go down in person, their final show here in St. Louis is coming up tomorrow (October 20th) and we…

Band Interview: Hallow Point

Matt Albers, Steve Kruczyk The metal community of the St. Louis, MO-region has experienced a resurgence in recent years. This is particularly true when it comes to the underground subgenres. More melodic, accessible styles have also seen their own success in our area, as well. While metalcore has been on a bit of a decline…

Band Interview: War Of Ages

Matt Albers, Nick Licata Music has always had a historical connotation to faith, spirituality, and religion in certain cases. Rock, metal, and hardcore are no exceptions. To the outside perspective, it has become stereotypically cliché to immediately associate forms of loud rock with Satanism. But in 2016, just about any subgenre of aggressive music can…