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Tag Archives: J. Robbins

Clutch To Release A Song For Record Store Day 7″

Posted by on January 31, 2014

Didn’t get your fill of Clutch with last year’s Earth Rocker? You can look forward to something new from the band in the near future as they are currently recording a song for a 7″ to be released on Record Store Day, April 19. The band are recording in Baltimore, MD at Magpie Cage Recording Studio […]

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Even If It Wasn’t A Slow News Day, We’d Be Psyched For New Coliseum

Posted by on January 18, 2013

While we’ve dug Coliseum for a while now, their last full length, 2010’s House With a Curse knocked it out of the park. It hit our sweet spot of heaviness and Amphetamine Reptile-inspired really loud indie rock. The Louisville trio will be releasing their fourth full length, Sister Faith, on Temporary Residence on April 30. The album […]

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The Sword’s Kyle Shutt: “We Just Play The Songs We Want To Hear”

Posted by on November 19, 2012

Since their first album, Age of Winters, was released in 2006, The Sword have been carrying the torch for good old-fashioned riffy rock and roll. After three albums on Kemado, the Austin quartet got new management and signed with Razor & Tie for their latest album, Apocryphon. The album debuted in the top 20, shattering sales records […]

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The Sword Choose Producer, Album Title

Posted by on June 5, 2012

It’s been a few years since The Sword’s third album, Warp Riders. Since then, the band have changed drummers (Santiago :Jimmy” Vela III) and labels (Razor & Tie). Earlier today, however, the band made a Facebook post that’s shows the Austin stoner rock crew are getting in gear to record the new album, which will […]

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