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Scene Report: Things to do in Boston when you’re My Missing Half

Posted by on June 16, 2016

Over the course of five years, My Missing Half has gone from a one-man home-recorded project to a powerful three-piece melodic death metal band. Led by Bijan Hennessey, the band recently released their second EP, A Proper Hangman’s Knot. Back in April, we premiered the video for “The Cell That I Call Home”, and now you can […]

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Oceano among next wave of bands added to New England Metalfest

Posted by on February 10, 2016

It was a major relief when this year’s New England Metal and Hardcore Fest was announced. A lot of people were convinced it had been cancelled, for some reason. Now we’re two waves of announcements in, and today they’ve announced a third. On Friday, April 15th, Oceano, Disentomb, Pathogenic and Carnivora have been added to […]

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Carnivora to hit the road with Mobile Deathcamp

Posted by on October 23, 2015

We’ve been pretty excited to champion new and developing artists at Metal Insider via our Amplified column. It’s even more exciting when bands go on to do stuff after we’ve spotlighted them. Anciients is one such band, and now Carnivora, who we spotlighted back in April, are about to undertake a pretty extensive tour with […]

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Video: Exodus, Fit For Autopsy, Code Orange and more reveal their worst gig ever

Posted by on May 8, 2015

If there’s one thing that all musicians have in common, it’s that everyone has an off gig or two. When we were at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, we got our friend Sean at Washed Up Media to ask some of the bands playing what some of their most memorable (read, bad) gigs […]

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Amplified: Carnivora’s “Pessimist Tongue”

Posted by on April 3, 2015

Amplified is a weekly column focusing on new and emerging artists. Got a band that fits the bill? Email [email protected]   Melodic death metal scratches a very particular itch; it’s usually pretty straight-ahead, and when those riffs kick in, nothing is the same kind of mosh-worthy. Carnivora caught my eye as fellow New England natives, but then […]

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