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Tag Archives: Intervals

Metal By Numbers 11/25: AC/DC power up to number one

Posted by on November 25, 2020

  Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   I certainly wasn’t expecting to be writing about a new AC/DC album at some point in this year, but I guess you can’t say everything about 2020 is bad. That said, tomorrow […]

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Intervals share new single “Lock & Key”

Posted by on October 16, 2020

    Intervals are streaming the new song “Lock & Key.” The track is the latest single taken from the band’s upcoming album, Circadian, which is scheduled to arrive on November 13th.    Intervals mastermind Aaron Marshall comments:  “Lock & Key is one of my favourite tunes from the new record and I’m so happy […]

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Veil of Maya & Intervals announce spring U.S tour w/ Strawberry Girls & Cryptodira

Posted by on December 19, 2018

  Next spring, Veil of Maya and Intervals will be teaming up for a U.S. tour with Strawberry Girls and Cryptodira. The trek is scheduled to kick off on March 18th in Milwaukee, WI and runs through April 28th in Houston, TX. Tickets go on sale this Friday (21st) at 10:00 AM local time. Tour […]

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Kaonashi’s Top 5 metal albums of 2018

Posted by on December 6, 2018

The Philadelphia progressive metalcore outfit Kaonashi just self-released their EP Why Did You Do It? (order here). Filled with seven-tracks of brutal riffs and melodic movements that delivers the EP’s concept following the characters of manic-depressive high school student Jamie, Morgan the bully, and the love interest Casey. As 2018 is coming to a close, […]

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Metal By Numbers 12/13: December’s destructive debuts

Posted by on December 13, 2017

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. This week’s list of debuts is a bit more robust compared to last week, not least of all because it features some long-awaited heavy hitters like The Faceless and Morbid Angel, the latter of […]

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Spotify playlist: Fusion guitarist Jason Kui’s “Headbanging All Night” playlist

Posted by on October 12, 2017

Tomorrow (13) fusion guitarist Jason Kui will be releasing his debut album, Absence of Words, on Prosthetic. This will be the first time the album will be available outside of Hong Kong. The axeman says his influences include Eddie Van Halen and John Petrucci, and he’s been a session musician since 23. While he may not […]

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Intrumentalists Intervals unleash “Libra” video

Posted by on January 11, 2017

We’ve big fans of Intervals here. The brainchild of Aaron Marshall, instrumental the majority of the time, just wrapped up a tour with Animals as Leaders and Plini (photos here). His complex shredding is catchy, anthemic and heavy at the same time, not an easy trick to pull off. The video for “Libra,” the closing track […]

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Review/photos: Animals As Leaders, Plini, Intervals shred, share lineups at Webster Hall

Posted by on December 5, 2016

  Fresh off of the release of their latest full-length The Madness of Many, Washington DC’s progressive metal face-melters Animals As Leaders are in the midst of a headlining run in North America. They are accompanied on this tour by fellow instrumental metallers Intervals and Plini, both of which are solo-acts—with Intervals being the brainchild […]

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Animals as Leaders show no fear of math with “Arithmophobia”

Posted by on October 18, 2016

For a band who’s complex instrumentals embrace time changes and synchronization so much, it’s safe to say that trio Animals As Leaders have a firm grasp on arithmetic. It’s because of this that we’re surprised the band’s first single from their upcoming album is titled “Arithmophobia.” The song premiered today via Guitar World, and it’s […]

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Metal By Numbers 1/7: Happy(ish) New Year

Posted by on January 7, 2016

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. The metal world seems to be starting off 2016 in an odd place, and I’m sure I don’t need to tell you why. As such, there isn’t much in the way of new music […]

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