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This is Hardcore Fest announces 2016 lineup

Posted by on March 28, 2016

The deeper we go into 2016, the more festival announcements we get and this time around, Philadelphia’s This Is Hardcore Fest revealed their lineup for 2016 and looks to be a really fun one. The event will be held in Philadelphia, PA on August 04th-07th and there are some big names like Turning Point, who […]

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20 Buck Spin and Gilead Media unite for Migration Festival

Posted by on January 27, 2016

The past few years have been exciting for the US with all the festivals happening around the country, bringing high quality bands worth traveling for. Many festivals likes Maryland Deathfest, Hells Headbash or Martyrdoom happen in the East Coast but now is time to get some of that thrill in the West Coast with the launch […]

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1349 coming back to America in early 2016

Posted by on November 24, 2015

After touring with the likes of Necrophagia, Vattnet Viskar, Origin, and Abysmal Dawn earlier this year, Noway’s 1349 will bring back their black metal magic to the US in early 2016. The recently announced “Chaos Raids 2016 Tour” will be an 18-date US run with support from Tombs and Full of Hell. In an interview with Metal Recusants from earlier this year, […]

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KEN mode slow down for Dead Actors

Posted by on May 19, 2015

KEN Mode have already released three songs from the upcoming album, Success. Due out June 16th on Season of Mist, they’ve released a music video for “Blessed,” and streamed,”Management Control,” and “These Tight Jeans.” Now the band is offering an audio stream of “Dead Actors,” the last track on the nine-song album and it’s a slowed down, almost “spoken […]

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KEN Mode are officially blessed

Posted by on March 30, 2015

The official debut video from KEN Mode’s new album Success just came out and it’s been worth the wait. We’ve heard “Blessed” before, but now we get to hear the Steve Albini (Nirvana, Oxbow, Zao) produced track with visuals by director Christopher Mills, who has worked with Tegan & Sara, Rush, Interpol, and Modest Mouse. Vocalist and guitarist Jesse Matthewson told Exclaim about the new […]

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Metal By Numbers 12/3: Surviving and streaming

Posted by on December 3, 2014

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. You may notice that the charts seem a little weird today, especially when you compare them to last week. What’s going on? Well, times they are a-changin’ is what’s going on. Two weeks ago […]

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This Is Hardcore Fest 2014’s lineup includes Killswitch Engage, Converge, Unearth and more

Posted by on April 1, 2014

We’ll probably have to clarify this more than once today but no, this is not an April Fools joke. This Is Hardcore Fest has revealed the lineup for its four day festival set for July 24-27 at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA. Hope your scrolling finger is in good shape because here’s the full […]

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New & Noteworthy, 6/11: Shaking Off The Chains

Posted by on June 11, 2013

So, today’s lead album is by Black Sabbath. It’s the first album of original Sabbath tunes in eighteen years. Given that fact, I’m just going to shut the intro off and start talking about what matters most today.   Black Sabbath, 13 (Universal Republic)   Ozzy Osbourne has not appeared on a Black Sabbath record […]

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A SXSW Guide To Metal Events

Posted by on March 8, 2013

With the interactive portion of the 27th annual SXSW festival kicking off today, downtown Austin is transforming into a shitshow of epic proportions. Literally thousands of bands, hundreds of vendors, countless other companies, and a four-story tall Doritos vending machine are transforming the usually semi-sedate streets of Austin into nine days of marketing, branding and music […]

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New & Noteworthy, April 17th – Dawn Over a New World

Posted by on April 17, 2012

It’s always an exciting time when a band releases an album with a new instrumentalist. Fans are wondering what the new player will bring to the table and see just how they will impact the band’s sound. It can be more nerve-wracking with a new singer, though, because singers are usually under much greater scrutiny […]

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