Ronnie James Dio Will Tour the World as a Hologram

Beloved metal frontman and innovator Ronnie James Dio, who passed away in 2010, is perhaps not someone you would have expected to join the ranks of…
Winston Cook-Wilson / July 26, 2017

There’s a Notorious B.I.G. Hologram in the Works, According to Company That Made Tupac One

Tupac Shakur, the second-most famous person to ever appear in hologram form behind Princess Leia, may soon have some company. Entertainment Weekly reports that a Notorious…
James Grebey / March 29, 2016

Hear the Snow, Made of Beach Fossils, Wild Nothing, and Holograms

With Record Store Day is less than 40 days away, more and more exclusive releases are being announced. And while it's not a 24-hour song,…
Dan Reilly / March 10, 2014

Watch Holograms’ Beautifully Brutal ‘Lay Us Down’ Video

Holograms have a flair for brutality. If that wasn't clear from the Swedish outfit's bruising brand of post-punk, the vicious cover art to last year's…
Kyle McGovern / February 28, 2014

Holograms Make Human Yin-Yangs at the Beach in ‘Meditations’ Video

Holograms are often compared to fellow Scandinavian post-punks Iceage, but the Swedish foursome's newest video resembles the work of another bleak Swede: Legendary filmmaker Ingmar…
Kyle McGovern / September 5, 2013

Stream Holograms’ Post-Punk Fist-Pumper ‘Meditations’

Back in April, Holograms resurfaced with "Flesh and Bone," the synth-lined lead single off the Swedish bruisers' upcoming sophomore album, Forever. The Captured Tracks-signees have now followed…
Kyle McGovern / July 1, 2013

Stream Holograms’ ‘Disintegration’-Flavored Return ‘Flesh and Bone’

Less than a year ago, we introduced you to Holograms via their calamitous self-titled debut album. Now, the Swedish proto-punks have the set the stage…
Daniel Kreps / April 12, 2013

Holograms, ‘Holograms’ (Captured Tracks)

Swedish punks' debut is splash of cold, dirty water on your face, all fleet-footed rhythms, white-knuckle angles.
David Bevan / July 11, 2012

Holograms Announce LP With Throbbing ‘Chasing My Mind’

For those of you still floored by New Brigade, Iceage's left-field smash last year, Stockholm's Holograms should immediately qualify as Persons of Interest. Set to…
David Bevan / May 16, 2012