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Tag Archives: Sargent House

Mutoid Man stream new LP, Bleeder

Posted by on June 24, 2015

The lovechild of Converge and Cave In, Mutoid Man are killing the supergroup game right now. This three-piece consisting of Steve Brodsky (Cave In), Ben Koller (Converge) and bassist Nick Cageao is set to release Bleeder on June 30th via Sargent House and are streaming the LP in its entirety now. Bleeder is the followup […]

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Russian Circles’ “Deficit” has a surplus of riffs

Posted by on August 8, 2013

On October 29, Russian Circles will release their fifth album, Memorial. The Chicago trio have been working on the album since May of 2013, and from the sound of “Deficit,” they’ve created an album that will fit in right alongside the rest of their material. Splitting the difference between the aggression of Isis and the instrumental […]

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Now For Something Completely Different: No Spill Blood

Posted by on January 18, 2013

As much as I love heavy music, I find that the genre as a whole can be difficult to find truly unique artists. There are always a gaggle of fresh bands with the same sound (See: New Wave of American Heavy Metal or Djent) while established bands are struggling to stay established by either following […]

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Red Fang: “Hopefully Early Next Year We’ll Have Our New Record Finished”

Posted by on July 5, 2012

Since 2009, when their first album was released on Sargent House, Portland’s Red Fang has quickly gained popularity. Now signed to Relapse Records, the quartet released Murder the Mountains in 2011 to glorifying reviews and hit the road with Mastodon and The Dillinger Escape Plan. Metallica took notice and invited them to grace the Damage […]

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Metal Label Releases Compilation For Haiti Relief

Posted by on January 18, 2010

We’re not CNN or anything, but you’d have to be completely oblivious or willfully ignorant to have not heard about the devastating earthquake in Haiti last Tuesday. Well over 100,000 are reported to have perished in Haiti’s capital Port au Prince alone, and rescue and recovery efforts are still underway. While some may have donated […]

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