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Review and Photos: Lamb of God, Anthrax, Royal Oak, Royal Oak Music Theater, 1/28/16

Posted by on February 1, 2016

On the outskirts of Detroit, Michigan, Royal Oak is a quiet suburb known for its daytime, eclectic shops, and its bustling club nightlife. But, on a cold night in January, Lamb of God brought its headlining tour through, and the Royal Oak Music Theater became a sight that only true metal fans would understand. Texas crossover […]

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Photos: Russian Circles, Wildhoney, Cloakroom, Brooklyn NY, Saint Vitus 1/8/16

Posted by on January 18, 2016

Having just wrapped up a three-date mini-tour, Russian Circles played two sold-out shows at Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus. Metal Insider contributing photographer Sarah Churchill was there and captured some photos and summed up the evening. Russian Circles took a short break from working on their sixth album at GodCity Studio to play three dates with support from […]

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Photos: Baroness, Brooklyn NY, Saint Vitus, 12/20

Posted by on January 6, 2016

In the month leading up to the release of Baroness’ fourth album, Purple, the band went on a small club tour. Their first American jaunt since a bus accident three years ago left the future of the band in doubt, it was a triumphant return. And while the band could have easily played venues twice […]

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Interview/Photos: Between The Buried And Me’s Tommy Rogers talks ‘Coma Ecliptic,’ next solo album

Posted by on January 5, 2016

In 2015, Between the Buried and Me took an even more progressive turn on their most recent LP. Their seventh album, Coma Ecliptic, was released last year via Metal Blade Records and was met with generally favorable reviews. While the band announced a tour coming up this Spring with August Burns Red, we spoke to frontman Tommy […]

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Photos: Corrosion of Conformity, Gramercy Theater, NYC, 12/4/15

Posted by on December 7, 2015

Corrosion of Conformity have existed for well over 30 years, but took a hiatus back in 2006. When they came back in 2010, it was without singer/guitarist Pepper Keenan, who was concentrating on Down. Re-emerging with the three-piece Animosity-era lineup, they released two solid albums. However, Keenan never officially left the band, and there were rumblings […]

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