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La Dispute brought ‘Panorama’ to NYC on 4/17

Posted by on April 22, 2019

Grand Rapids, MI post-hardcore outfit La Dispute have released their overall fourth full-length album Panorama on March 22nd. The follow-up to 2014’s Rooms of the House marks the group’s first through Epitaph and have embarked on a North American tour to celebrate its arrival with support coming from Gouge Away and Slow Mass. Metal Insider […]

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Cradle of Filth brought ‘Bathory Aria’ to NYC w/ Wednesday 13 & Raven Black on 4/4/19

Posted by on April 22, 2019

Cradle of Filth returned to New York City to once again to support 2017’s Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness of Decay. While we’ve seen these UK extreme metal legends perform at Irving Plaza roughly one year prior, we had to see them once again on April 4th, 2019. This time around, we had three theatrical acts […]

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Helheim makes it rain with their newest LP “Rignir”

Posted by on April 19, 2019

Helheim is one of Bergen, Norway’s most prolific bands, with a new release nearly every other year since 1995’s classic Jormundgand. This year brings us the band’s newest release entitled Rignir, (Rain). An aptly named record for a band that hails from a city that experiences an average of about 260 days of precipitation per […]

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Metal Insider’s day 2 recap – Decibel Metal & Beer Fest – 4/14/2019

Posted by on April 19, 2019

  The line moved a lot smoother to walk inside the Fillmore on day 2 of Decibel Metal & Beer Fest. This time around, we had plenty of time to taste a beer or two to help cure the hangover before Outer Heaven’s set.   – Zenae Zukowski Outer Heaven There was a lot of buzz […]

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Baroness & Deafheaven brewed up a storm in NYC w/ Zeal & Ardor on 4/12/19

Posted by on April 19, 2019

While Spring continues poking its head out, and the weather finally warms, bands continue to heat up as they tour the US and beyond. April’s showers were in full effect with rain clouds overcasting the New York City skyline, but the real storm was brewing inside Terminal 5 on the West Side on Friday, April […]

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