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Tag Archives: Allegaeon

Ne Obliviscaris announces North American fall tour w/Allegaeon

Posted by on August 30, 2017

Ne Obliviscaris will be returning to North America this fall in support of their latest effort Urn, which will be released on October 27th via Season of Mist. The Australian prog metal masters shared two new songs from this upcoming album with “And Within The Void We Are Breathless” and “Intra Venus,” and we are […]

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Whitechapel, Cattle Decapitation, Allegaeon, Necromancing the Stone celebrate Metal Blade’s 35th Anniversary in NYC

Posted by on February 27, 2017

Opportunities sometimes occur by accident instead of long term planning. 35 years ago, Brian Slagel worked at a record store and wrote for a handful of publications, having no intention on creating a label (Metal Blade). However, he was pissed off by seeing great bands get ignored and by 1982 the praised Metal Massacre compilation was born, […]

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Best Music Videos of the Week Ending 1/27

Posted by on January 27, 2017

While we are still in the first month of 2017, today, (27) is probably one of the biggest anticipated releases. All you have to do is look at our New & Noteworthy section and it will speak for itself. We are excited about this week’s #1 spot among a few surprises. Here are this week’s […]

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Metal Blade celebrating 35th anniversary with tour

Posted by on December 13, 2016

  Metal Blade Records been a breeding ground for metal since owner Brian Slagel founded it in 1982. Almost 35 years later, it’s grown into one of the most influential labels around. In honor to commemorate its history and anniversary, the label has announced a tour package with four of the more popular bands on it’s […]

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Metal Insider contributor Chris Colgan’s Top 10 of 2016

Posted by on December 7, 2016

It’s December, which means that everyone’s starting to look back at the year that was, even though we’re not quite through it yet. Over the next several weeks, Metal Insider will be bringing you our picks for the best albums of the year, as well as those from some of the artists that made some […]

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Allegaeon and White Lung singer make amends over crowdfunding comments

Posted by on November 8, 2016

Last week, every news outlet was talking about Colorado tech death band Allegaeon, after they decided to launch a Patreon campaign to stay together as a band and, as you can expect, everyone had an opinion on it (including us). The backlash came from every corner, including from the singer of punk band White Lung, Mish Barber-Way, […]

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Headbangers Brawl: How much support does a band deserve from fans?

Posted by on November 4, 2016

  It’s an undeniable fact that the music industry will never be the same as it was fifteen years ago, and five years from now, it could be in a totally different place. Bands barely make any income doing what they do, and touring is expensive. The one thing that keeps everything afloat is simple, the […]

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Allegaeon might break up if you don’t support them

Posted by on November 2, 2016

  Just a little over a month ago, Denver prog/death metal band Allegaeon released Proponent for Sentience, their fourth album. Everyone liked it, and it was their biggest debut yet. Unfortunately, that wasn’t enough to prevent bassist Corey Archuleta from exiting the band, partially due to the fact that he wasn’t making money doing it. That’s a […]

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Metal By Numbers 10/19: Alter Bridge and Meshuggah rule the top 10

Posted by on October 19, 2016

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. We’ve seen more than a few bands hit new strides on this column, some new some old. In this case, while the achievements of Alter Bridge and Dance Gavin Dance should not be overlooked, […]

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Metal By Numbers 10/13: What new sorcery is this?

Posted by on October 13, 2016

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. If you thought that Opeth’s continued avoidance of their death metal roots would hurt album sales, you’d be wrong. While Sorceress didn’t sell as much as Heritage did in its first week, it did sell more than […]

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