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Tag Archives: Bjork

Spotify playlist: ’68’s Josh Scogin shares artists he listened to making ‘Two Parts Viper’

Posted by on April 4, 2017

This week’s Spotify playlist comes to us from ’68’s Josh Scogin. The band’s sophomore album, Two Parts Viper, will be out on Cooking Vinyl America on June 2nd. As Scogin explains, he usually listens to five artists of different genres while recording an album. He explains why he does this and the reason he went […]

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Mitch Harris: “I’ve had physical threats” over Menace

Posted by on June 4, 2014

While Mitch Harris is best known as the longtime guitarist of pioneering grindcore act Napalm Death, there’s more to him than just that. In fact, the axeman’s side project, Menace, just released its first album, Impact Velocity, back in March. And really the only thing the album has in common with his more well-known band is that they […]

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Khonsu give Bjork a black metal makeover

Posted by on March 19, 2014

While Bjork has gotten more avant-garde as her career’s progressed, her first two solo albums were pretty great, and the best song she’s got is “Army of Me.” Aggressive and electronic at it’s early-90s best, the song was angsty and angular enough to be covered by Helmet. As part of their EP, Traveller, Norwegian progressive band […]

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‘The Simpsons’ Don’t Like Juggalos Either

Posted by on May 20, 2013

You know you’ve reached an apex when you have a joke made about you on The Simpsons, and that’s exactly where Insane Clown Posse fans found themselves on last night’s season finale of the long-running cartoon. “If I ever seeCarl again, i’m going to freeze him, chop him up into ice cubes and scoop him […]

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Baroness To Play Bonnaroo 2013 With The Likes Of Paul McCartney, R. Kelly And More

Posted by on February 19, 2013

Just minutes ago, Weird Al Yankovic hosted BLAM (the Bonnaroo Lineup Announcement Megathon). During this live web stream, Weird Al revealed the lineup one by one to this year’s Bonaroo. Now with the “lineup announcement” portion done, let’s take a look at who’ll be playing the three-day June festival. Staying true to its reputation, Bonnaroo’s […]

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