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Tag Archives: Daniel Tompkins

Metal By Numbers 6/12: Death Angel deliver

Posted by on June 12, 2019

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   The first Death Angel album I heard was The Dream Calls for Blood in 2013. Between end-year lists and MBN, I saw that album cover everywhere. So when I saw the cover to Humanicide I sort of […]

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Marty Friedman’s b-sides are better than your band’s a-sides

Posted by on September 1, 2015

Onetime Megadeth guitarist and incredibly successful solo artist Marty Friedman is mounting a solo tour next week, his first North American tour since 2003. Tying in with that, perhaps, is the fact that a deluxe edition of his Prosthetic debut, Inferno, will be released this coming Friday (4). Among the “deluxe” part of the reissue is […]

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TesseracT perform first new show with old vocalist

Posted by on July 10, 2014

Just a few weeks ago, TesseracT decided to part ways with their vocalist, Ashe O’Hara. Was it amicable, as the band stated, or was it because of his porn star-sounding name? We may never know. However, Daniel Tompkins, who had been in the band from 2009-2011, has rejoined the band like it’s no big deal. […]

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Meet TesseracT’s new singer, TesseracT’s old singer

Posted by on June 27, 2014

It’s kind of interesting – when you think about it, djent is one of the few genres in which it’s not that unusual to have numerous vocalist changes. Periphery have had more vocalists than they have albums, and TesseracT change vocalists like they change underwear. Now they’ve decided to move on without singer Ashe O’Hara, […]

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