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Author Archives: Jeremiah Nelson

The Black Dahlia Murder stream new 3-song grindcore EP

Posted by on November 25, 2014

The Black Dahlia Murder is preparing to release a 3-song 7-inch EP on A389 Recordings, but you don’t have to wait to hear it. The EP is titled ‘Grind ‘Em All’ and features 3 covers from grindcore bands Left for Dead, Sedition, and Gyga. The Black Dahlia Murder doesn’t just lay down melodic death metal riffs. […]

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Old Man Gloom streaming both ‘The Ape of God’ albums before release tomorrow

Posted by on November 10, 2014

Old Man Gloom trolled us all with their confusing announcement aboutThe Ape of God being a double album and there being a fake one sent to press. ‘The Ape of God’ is two albums, and they are streaming online if you want to check them both out. This is the sixth release from OMG. The band […]

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Behemoth may be going on tour with Cannibal Corpse next year

Posted by on November 6, 2014

Good news for fans of Behemoth (who isn’t?) and Cannibal Corpse. The two metal powerhouses may be going on tour next year, if the website of a Seattle club called El Corazón is to be believed. They let slip with a February 10, 2015 date that shows both bands playing. Tickets are not available online yet, […]

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Decrepit Birth’s drummer is back with ebola metal track

Posted by on November 5, 2014

Ebola is no joke and Decrepit Birth’s Samus Paulicelli knows that. You may remember Paulicelli from the fart metal song he released back in September. This time around he’s growling about ebola wiping out humanity with “diarrhea, vomiting…chaos, like spreading peanut butter on motherfuckin’ toast.” There’s a sweet checkered Telecaster, bucket drumming, and plenty of […]

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36 Crazyfists sign with Spinefarm, release new song

Posted by on November 3, 2014

Nu-metal foursome 36 Crazyfists have been quiet since 2010, but they’ve broken their silence to announce a new deal with Spinefarm Records to release their upcoming full-length Time and Traum in February of next year. The band has been churning out tunes for 20 years now and they are excited about landing on Spinefarm. “We have […]

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