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Tag Archives: Immortal Bird

Metal By Numbers 7/17: Abbath outstrides the charts

Posted by on July 17, 2019

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   I’m not always sure what to write about in this little blurb. Sometimes it’s a soapbox, sometimes it’s just typical intro fluff. This week, I decided to look into how many album covers […]

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‘Thrive on Neglect’ by Immortal Bird is one of 2019’s greatest records so far

Posted by on July 8, 2019

Honestly, 2019 has been an amazing year for metal so far. We’ve had a run of great new releases these first six weeks. Happily, Chicago’s Immortal Bird keeps this year’s winning streak alive with their blisteringly incredible Thrive on Neglect, out now on 20 Buck Spin Records. Thrive on Neglect is certainly aggressive, abrasive, cold […]

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Metal Insider talks with Rae from Immortal Bird about ‘Thrive on Neglect’

Posted by on July 8, 2019

Chicago’s Immortal Bird just released a pummeling and pulverizing new record, Thrive on Neglect, which arrived on July 5 via 20 Buck Spin records.  We took a moment to catch up with vocalist Rae to talk a bit about it: The new record is pretty incredible and blisteringly heavy.  Can you tell us about your approach […]

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Pontiac, Michigan goes Berserker for EYEHATEGOD, GWAR and more

Posted by on April 27, 2017

The Crofoot was chosen as this year’s venue for the 4th annual Berserker Festival, on April 14th and 15th in Pontiac, Michigan. With a grand theater and multiple rooms, The Crofoot was the perfect place to house 30 bands over two days. With side stages set up in the Pike Room and Vernors Room respectively, […]

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Immortal Bird’s van stolen in Brooklyn

Posted by on February 22, 2017

Last night, we hit Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus Bar to see Darkest Hour headline a sold-out show. Immortal Bird, one of the openers, put on a show that impressed the near-sold out crowd, then went to a friend’s house before their show in Boston tonight. Sometime after 3am, after the Chicago quartet parked their van in Bay Ridge, […]

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Metal Insider contributor Chip McCabe’s Top 10 of 2015

Posted by on December 9, 2015

Not going to sugar-coat it, this was way harder than in previous years. 2015 was a great year for metal and trying to nail this down to only ten records was nearly impossible. So at the risk of asking for a mulligan at some point here are ten albums that kicked my ass this year… […]

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Immortal Bird announce October tour

Posted by on September 8, 2015

As mentioned in our interview with Rae Amitay from Immortal Bird back in July, the band will be playing Southwest Terror Fest in October. Now the band has just announced a set of tour dates around the fest in Tucson, Arizona, and they’ll be playing some great bands. Said the band via Facebook: “Was anyone wondering how we’re […]

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Death To False Metal Festival Preview: Day 2

Posted by on August 13, 2015

In a two-part series we break down all the bands playing this weekend’s Metal Insider sponsored Death To False Metal Festival in Hamden, CT, so you know ahead of time what awesomeness you are getting yourself into.  Let’s take a look at Saturday night’s line-up (please note there are some NSFW videos linked below): Grizzlor […]

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Interview with Rae Amitay from Immortal Bird

Posted by on July 23, 2015

Over the next month or so we’ll be bringing you a series of interviews with and posts about the bands featured on the inaugural Death To False Metal Festival, taking place August 14 & 15 in Hamden, CT. Hearing Immortal Bird for the first time at the tail end of 2013 was one of those […]

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Dissident Aggression: Immortal Bird – Empress/Abscess

Posted by on June 26, 2015

Genre bending should not be something that surprises any metal fan these days. It’s almost the norm, or at least something closely approximating some kind of weird game, in certain circles to see how many sub-genres of metal can be twisted and contorted into an easily digestible amalgamation. So when a band comes along and […]

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