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Tag Archives: Keith Merrow

Interview: Cannibal Corpse discuss death metal’s legacy, staying fresh 26 years in

Posted by on July 10, 2014

A death metal band of 26 years like Cannibal Corpse is used to causing uproar when they tour and release new music. On the cusp of releasing their 13th studio album A Skeletal Domain, fans will receive a dual strike as Cannibal Corpse promotes the album, coming via Metal Blade Records in September, on the […]

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Eyal Levi on what all recording musicians should know

Posted by on November 6, 2013

If there’s anyone who can give advice on making it into the music business, it’s Eyal Levi. Known by many as the creative mastermind of Daath, Levi has also made a name for himself as part of the Audiohammer Studios family. He’s been behind the mixing board for the past decade’s best albums in extreme […]

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Jeff Loomis and Keith Merrow Raise Over $15K For New Album (Also Feat. Cannibal Corpse’s Alex Webster)

Posted by on July 23, 2013

The teaming of former Nevermore guitarist Jeff Loomis and musician Keith Merrow was inevitable, but an album wasn’t a definite until the duo raised more than $15,000 via Indiegogo. Loomis and Merrow, who have also recruited Alex Webster of Cannibal Corpse and Alex Rudinger of The Faceless for their newly named band Conquering Dystopia, will […]

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Kenny G.’s Son Is A Hell Of A Shredder

Posted by on January 4, 2013

Mayones Guitars and Seymour Duncan Pickups are currently holding an online video contest, where guitarists are challenged to film themselves shredding over a backing track recorded by guitar great Keith Merrow. Above is the video entry from Max Gorelick. Why is a video of some youngster shredding such a big deal? Well as it turns […]

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Lamb Of God’s Chris Adler Comments On Collaboration With BTBAM’s Paul Waggoner, and Keith Merrow

Posted by on September 20, 2011

Yesterday, word leaked that Lamb Of God drummer Chris Adler, Between The Buried And Me guitarist Paul Waggoner and solo multi-instrumentalist Keith Merrow were collaborating on a new project together. Knowing each musicians’ technical abilities, we obviously (like many) geeked out over the idea of such a supergroup. Rather than just go gaga over another […]

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