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Tag Archives: Deafheaven

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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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 about […]

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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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Deafheaven suddenly drops new heavy song “Black Brick”

Posted by on February 27, 2019

Deafheaven has dropped a B side track taken from their latest effort, 2018’s Ordinary Corrupt Human Love, which is one of 2018’s most talked about albums. The song is “Black Brick” and it’s release took many by surprise. Not only because it arrived out of nowhere, but because it’s heavier than most anything the band has […]

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Top Ten tours we’re looking forward to in 2019

Posted by on February 1, 2019

With 2019 just underway, it’s time to start preparing for the year’s most anticipated touring cycles. Here are ten North American treks we’re looking forward to see so far. 10) Children of Bodom (w/ Swallow the Sun, Wolfheart) Finland’s Children of Bodom will be hitting the road this March in support of their tenth studio album, Hexed, […]

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Deafheaven bassist launches crowdfunding for teeth after accident

Posted by on January 29, 2019

Life as a musician is basically a gamble. Making money from music isn’t guaranteed, and even if you’re in a successful band that tours, you’re still not guaranteed things many of us take for granted, like medical insurance. Deafheaven bassist Chris Johnson found out the hard way after suffering a bicycle accident, and has launched […]

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Gojira announce mini ‘Road to Roo’ tour w/ Deafheaven

Posted by on January 14, 2019

Many were taken by surprise when the lineup for this year’s Bonnaroo festival included Gojira and Deafheaven. Now, Gojira has revealed a mini Road to Roo tour with Deafheaven and All Them Witches as their special guests. Tickets go on sale this Friday (18th). Gojira expressed their excitement:  “We are glad to announce that we […]

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Bonnaroo boasts eclectic lineup w/ Gojira and Deafheaven added for 2019

Posted by on January 8, 2019

The initial lineup for the 18th annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival was announced today (8th), and it seems like it’s going back to their traditional indie roots with a few mainstream bands added to the bill. Being held once again at Great Stage Park, the 700-acre farm outside Nashville in Manchester, Tennessee will see […]

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Metal Insider’s Bram Teitelman’s Top 10 Metal Albums of 2018

Posted by on December 21, 2018

    2018 was a hell of year. As a handful of you might have noticed, I’ve been doing a lot less writing for Metal Insider, mainly because I left my job at The Syndicate, MI’s parent company. Don’t worry, this site still has a place in my heart and I’ll never completely stop contributing […]

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Pitchfork reveal their ‘Best Metal Albums of 2018’

Posted by on December 19, 2018

Pitchfork has unveiled their list of “The Best Metal Albums of 2018.” A few selections were predictable such as Deafheaven, Pig Destroyer, Skeletonwitch, Sleep, Voivod, and Yob. They surprisingly excluded a few albums such as Behemoth, Judas Priest, and especially, Greta Van Fleet. All jokes aside, Pitchfork went ahead and alphabetically shared their list of 21. […]

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