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Tag Archives: Profound Lore Records

Dissident Aggression: Ritual Chamber – Obscurations (To Feast On The Seraphim)

Posted by on March 11, 2016

While the one-man black metal jam, usually playing the lowest of the lo-fi, became a somewhat popular trend in the 90s, the concept of putting together an album all by your lonesome remained a very large anomaly in other extreme genres. But as time and technology moved forward the idea of putting together something completely […]

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Metal Insider Contributor Chip McCabe’s Top 10 of 2014

Posted by on December 11, 2014

As the year in music winds down,  we’ve given plenty of artists a chance to reveal their favorite music of the year. Now it’s our turn. We’ve already given you Zach Shaw’s, Nick DeSimone’s, Anthony Maisano’s and Chris Colgan’s. Now we bring you Chip McCabe’s list. Chip’s weekly column Dissident Aggression tends to focus on more […]

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Dissident Aggression – Pallbearer Build Upon Foundations

Posted by on September 12, 2014

You can always tell when a sub-genre of metal is growing in popularity. The pretenders and bandwagon riders start to come out in full force. We saw it with thrash, death metal, black metal, etc. You name it there have been instances when a genre’s rise in popularity is proportionately tied to the sheer volume […]

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Pallbearer debut new track “The Ghost I used To Be”

Posted by on June 24, 2014

Little Rock, Arkansas’ own Pallbearer debuted their new song “The Ghost I Used to Be” today on NPR. This song is the first peek at Foundations of Burden, their follow up to 2012’s Sorrow and Extinction, and is set to be released August 19th through Profound Lore Records. Pallbearer will also be embarking on a European […]

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Allow this new track from The Atlas Moth to collide with your ears

Posted by on April 4, 2014

It’s been three years since The Atlas Moth’s last album An Ache for the Distance came out, and the band has managed to gain quite the following during that time. If you’re part of said following, you’re likely dying to hear new music from the band. Never fear, for Pitchfork is streaming a new track called “Collider” from […]

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Agalloch Announce New Album, Post Photos From the Studio

Posted by on February 3, 2014

If the album announcement from Wolves In The Throne Room wasn’t enough black metal news for you, here’s some more. Over the weekend, Agalloch announced details concerning their next album via Facebook: AGALLOCH will release their glorious fifth full-length album “The Serpent & The Sphere” on May 13th (North America). This is the band’s first […]

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Agalloch To Tour North America This Summer

Posted by on May 17, 2012

Because when we think of Summer, we envision the chilling sounds of Agalloch… right? Back in April, the folk metal group revealed that in addition to their appearance at this year’s Maryland Deathfest, they would be embarking on a 30 date North American tour. While an official announcement has not been made just yet, Lambgoat […]

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Exclusive First Look: The Atlas Moth’s Video For “Your Calm Waters”

Posted by on April 3, 2012

The Atlas Moth recently worked with director Ryan Oliver of Deathblow Productions on a music video for the song “Your Calm Waters.” What resulted was a haunting short film, a perfect fit for an already dark and heavy song. And before the folks at Scion A/V officially release it, we’re proud to be premiering the music […]

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Agalloch NYC Concert Available Online

Posted by on March 25, 2011

Agalloch’s Tuesday performance at New York City’s Le Poissoun Rouge is available to stream and download at NPR.org. Thanks for voting to take away funding for it, douchebags. The concert was the band’s first NYC performance in their 15 year career.

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