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Tag Archives: Cold Cave

Revolver reveal their “Best Songs of 2019”

Posted by on December 3, 2019

Revolver recently shared their Best 25 Albums of 2019. While we thought that list missed a few heavy hitters including Cattle Decapitation, the magazine has surprised us once again with their “Best Songs of 2019” list. Looking over the list, a handful of these tracks are part of albums set for a 2020 release and […]

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Ministry celebrated Wax Trax! By performing 80s/90s set in Brooklyn

Posted by on April 17, 2019

Ministry performed a nostalgic set on Monday (15th) at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY. For this special occasion, we had photographer Khadija Bhuiyan to capture the entire event and Spotlights/Primitive Weapons drummer Chris Enriquez was there to write the review. Speaking of Spotlights, you should check out the making of their new […]

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Thursday reunite to play Wrecking Ball Fest; Quicksand, L7 also playing

Posted by on March 22, 2016

There are so many festivals happening that to make one stand out, you really need to do something to differentiate it from the rest. The New York Times just wrote about that, stating they’re not going to Coachella or Bonnaroo any more because of the overall sameness of the the artists playing all those festivals and […]

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Coliseum remix album filled with Black Magic Punks

Posted by on December 11, 2014

Black Magic Punks, the latest release from Coliseum, is a collection of “remixes and reinterpretations” of tracks from their 2013 album, Sister Faith. It features the work of Cold Cave, Justin K. Broadrick of Godflesh, Atsuo of Boris, Justin Foley of The Austerity Program and more. This collection of remixes is a self-released effort, on a 12″ record, limited to 500 copies, […]

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Death Grips’ demise is The Dillinger Escape Plan’s gain

Posted by on July 14, 2014

When Death Grips announced they were breaking up earlier this month (in a fashion that The Hell hilariously picked up on), suddenly Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden found themselves without an opening act for their summer tour. “Sorry everyone… why would I have ever though those dudes could keep it together?” Trent Reznor wrote via Twitter. […]

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