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New & Noteworthy, October 2nd – Picture Perfect

Posted by on October 2, 2015

Maybe I spoke too soon last week when I talked about the slow decline of the release calendar as we headed into October. There is quite a lot coming to us this week, coming from all across the spectrum of heavy music. Read on and find out what new music is coming your way today! […]

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Listen to Kylesa’s ‘Exhausting Fire’ now!

Posted by on September 23, 2015

There are a lot of albums coming out on October 2nd by a diverse crop of heavy bands. You’ve got Trivium’s Silence in the Snow, Clutch’s Psychic Warfare, and of course Kylesa’s Exhausting Fire. The Savannah band has been fine-tuning their sound for a while now, which is a nice combination  between sludge and psychedelia, […]

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Kylesa take a Night Drive into your soul

Posted by on September 9, 2015

In the works since February, Kylesa will be releasing their seventh studio album, Exhausting Fire on October 2nd, via Season of Mist. This latest track, “Night Drive” follows the release of two other songs, “Lost and Confused,” and “Shaping The Southern Sky.” Guitarist Phillip Cope recently told The Aquarian about the changes from their previous album, 2013’s Ultraviolet: “I wouldn’t say there’s any […]

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Kylesa work hard on Shaping the Southern Sky

Posted by on August 20, 2015

Kylesa has unleashed another new song from their upcoming album, Exhausting Fire. The track, “Shaping The Southern Sky,” is the second song to be released from the new album, following “Lost and Confused” back in July. The band’s seventh studio album is self-produced, and comes out October 2nd on Season of Mist, their first new album since 2013’s Ultraviolet. […]

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Wacken Open Air Festival already sold out for 2016

Posted by on August 4, 2015

The Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival had a good, eight-year run. Meanwhile, next year’s Germany’s Wacken Open Air Festival has already sold out – for the 11th year in a row. That’s 75,000 tickets already sold. For an event without a complete line-up announced. From the official Wacken Open Air website: “You are really crazy. Thank you for your loyalty and […]

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Kylesa will be Exhausting Fire come October, are Lost and Confused now

Posted by on July 28, 2015

October is looking like a banner month for metal releases. Savannah, GA trio Kylesa just announced that they’d be releasing their 7th full length, Exhausting Fire, on October 2. The band describe the album, recorded at the Jam Room in Columbia SC as “probably the most honest and raw album we’ve ever done.” We’ll have […]

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Cult of Luna reschedule North American tour

Posted by on June 30, 2015

Swedish post-hardcore band Cult of Luna have definitely taken their fans on a roller coaster of emotion over the past few years. First, at the end of 2013, they hinted to fans that they would be going on a hiatus. At the beginning of the year, however, they announced a North American tour. Or rather, […]

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Fall of Troy to play Doppelgänger on tour

Posted by on June 24, 2015

After calling it quits back in 2010, the Fall of Troy have been making some noise, and today announce two big items: two tours, then a new album – their first since the release of In the Unlikely Event back in 2009 on Equal Vision Records. Said the band via Facebook: “We are working tirelessly on the new […]

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Metal Insider Top 10: Female musicians to watch at upcoming festivals

Posted by on April 28, 2015

There’s been a lot of talk lately about there not being enough female representation in festival booking – and for good reason. It’s surely not always an intentional exclusion of course, but is definitely worth discussing and calling attention to. Festivals like Flight of the Valkyries and Metal Female Voices Fest aim to highlight and celebrate metal […]

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In the meantime, Wrong sound exactly like Helmet

Posted by on February 25, 2015

Starting next week in their hometown of Miami, Torche will be heading out on the road with Nothing and fellow Floridians Wrong. Aside from the fact that it’s kind of awesome “Nothing Wrong” are opening for Torche, Wrong have premiered a song from their first-ever EP, Stop Giving. The band formed from the ashes of Capsule, […]

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