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Category Archives: Guest Blog

Run To The Grills: Meet our new chef Heather Feher of Black Cat Culinary

Posted by on July 15, 2016

  If you’re in a touring band or have simply reached adulthood, you should have an idea or two about food and cooking in order to survive the real world. It’s often that many people suffer from a lack of skills in the kitchen and are forced to live off cups of ramen or cheap […]

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On being transgender in the metal community

Posted by on July 12, 2016

I’ve considered writing more broadly on this subject for a while. Of course the counter argument rings in my ears like if going to a show left me with a hangover: “We don’t need labels heavy metal brings us together.” “Shut up and listen to the music.” “I don’t care if you’re a faggot or […]

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Binary Code’s Top 5 things touring bands shouldn’t do to fans and friends

Posted by on May 24, 2016

Today, New Jersey/Brooklyn progressive metal band Binary Code release their first new music in nearly six years, Moonsblood. Produced by Eyal Levi, it marks a progression of their sound. Still heavy, but with more melodic and moody elements than the last time we heard from them, with the Priest EP.  With a solid amount of touring under their belt […]

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‘Metalix’ host Brad Lopez on metal he’s looking forward to this year

Posted by on March 11, 2016

Metal fans have plenty to be excited about in 2016. Megadeth and Anthrax are both touring in support of highly anticipated new releases; Between the Buried and Me headlines a guitar virtuoso showcase in the US with August Burns Red and The Faceless and the Summer Slaughter Tour is already asking fans who they want to see this […]

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Rosetta talk about Philadelphia renaissance, give top 5 things to do there

Posted by on June 9, 2015

In recent years, Philadelphia has been undergoing a musical renaissance. While the town has a rich musical heritage from Gamble & Huff and Hall & Oates to Cinderella and The Roots, the increased venues and an influx of newer indie rock bands like The War on Drugs and Waxahatchee inspired a long Stereogum piece yesterday (that […]

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