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Tag Archives: Razor & Tie

It’s “Snake Eyes” for Sworn In

Posted by on August 15, 2013

A video for Illinois hardcore band Sworn In’s debut single, “Snake Eyes” has been released. The song is set for inclusion on the band’s new album, The Death Card, being released in five days on Razor & Tie. The video was directed by Brad Golowin who has also worked with Sleeping With Sirens and Asking Alexandria. Sworn […]

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Metal Insider Celebrates Shark Week With Norma Jean iPad Giveaway

Posted by on August 9, 2013

This week marks two big events for Norma Jean: 1) Their new album Wrongdoers was released, and 2) It’s Shark Week! So to celebrate both, the band is giving away an iPad mini. One lucky fan will get the chance to win an iPad mini that will include music from Norma Jean, a documentary on […]

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Protest The Hero Teaming Up With Various Record Labels For Release of Crowdfunded Album

Posted by on July 24, 2013

Protest The Hero made waves in the metal music industry this year by opting to crowdfund their upcoming fourth release instead of going through the traditional means of producing music through a record label.  They not only hit their goal of $125, 000 practically overnight, but they currently have raised almost three times that amount. […]

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Attila Frontman Launches Webisode Series

Posted by on July 22, 2013

Attila frontman Chris “Fronz” Fronzak has posted the first episode of his new webisode series called Fronzilla Friday via The Daily Disruption YouTube channel.

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HIM Cancel North American Tour As Ville Valo Recovers From “Severe Asthma”

Posted by on May 6, 2013

According to this year’s Revolver Golden Gods, HIM have the “most dedicated fans.” Well, those fans in North America are going to be disappointed, as HIM has been forced to cancel its touring plans this month. The North American trek was cancelled after singer Ville Valo was diagnosed with severe asthma with presumptive pneumonia. HIM […]

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Video: The Sword’s “Cloak Of Feathers”

Posted by on April 29, 2013

What do you get when you cross a dwarf, an outdoor setting, and women literally wearing cloaks of feathers?  You get the trippy, vision quest-like video for The Sword’s “Cloak of Feathers.” There’s some weird stuff with slugs going on too. Check it out on VEVO now, and check The Sword out with Clutch starting […]

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The Dillinger Escape Plan, Animals As Leaders, Periphery And More Confirmed For Summer Slaughter Tour 2013

Posted by on March 22, 2013

Rumors about who would be playing this year’s edition of the Summer Slaughter Tour have been circulating for a few months now. Today, though, we have confirmation on the first batch of bands appearing on the touring metal festival. The big name confirmed for the tour is The Dillinger Escape Plan, while also set to […]

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Photos: Hatebreed, Shadows Fall, Dying Fetus And The Contortionist Live In Nashville, TN, 2/9/13

Posted by on February 20, 2013

The first leg of Hatebreed’s The Divinity Of Purpose U.S. tour, featuring Shadows Fall, Dying Fetus and The Contortionist, came to an end this past weekend. It was a tour that offered a taste of all types of metal, from metalcore to death. Luckily for those who didn’t catch these bands on the same stage, […]

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H.I.M. Sign With Razor & Tie

Posted by on February 14, 2013

Razor & Tie’s latest string of signings have started to paid off, with Hatebreed’s latest album cracking the top 20 in its first week. Now the label can add another notable rock act to its North American roster: H.I.M. Razor & Tie will release the Finnish rock band’s new album Tears On Tape in North […]

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Hatebreed’s Frank Novinec: “At The End Of The Day, It’s Not Really About Metal Or Hardcore”

Posted by on February 4, 2013

2012 marked a major year for Hatebreed. Not only did it mark the tenth anniversary of Perseverance, but it had also been 15 years since the release of Hatebreed’s debut full-length, Satisfaction Is the Death of Desire. Yet despite celebrating its legacy on the road, Hatebreed proved they were far from reaching its peak by […]

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