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Download Festival announces over 65 more additional bands to 2018 lineup

Posted by on January 29, 2018

  The UK’s Download Festival has expanded their 2018 line up by adding over 65 more bands to their previously announced headliners. And still even more bands are expected to be announced as well. Download takes place at Donnington Park June 8-10, 2018. Previously Announced Headliners Ozzy Osbourne Guns N’ Roses Avenged Sevenfold Marilyn Manson […]

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Review: ProgPower USA XVII Day 4 @ Center Stage Theater, Atlanta, GA 9/0/16

Posted by on September 16, 2016

  ProgPower USA is the premier US festival for progressive and power metal, bringing together a dozen and from all over the world. It takes place every year on a Friday and Saturday in mid-September at the Center Stage Theater in Atlanta, Georgia. It should be noted that while the main festival is on Friday and […]

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ProgPower USA announces 2016 festival line-up/format changes; Fates Warning & Devin Townsend to headline

Posted by on September 14, 2015

Friday night, sandwiched between the Anathema and Falconer sets, ProgPower USA XVII and it’s line-up were announced at the festival, gathering an explosion of applause and screams with every name to come up on the screen. Next year’s main festival will take place on Friday September 9th and Saturday the 10th, with the Wednesday Midweek […]

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New & Noteworthy, March 18th: Wake

Posted by on March 18, 2014

Last week, when I was forecasting for today’s list, I was expecting to have one big-name group topping a moderately-sized list. I was not expecting to see five big-name releases leading off a list of almost twenty albums. Just goes to show that you never know what you’re going to get when it comes to […]

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New & Noteworthy, February 28th – Enemy of the Music Business

Posted by on February 28, 2012

If death metal is the metal subgenre that the music industry continually tries to ignore, then grindcore is the bastard child that the industry has flat-out disowned. No subgenre is as abrasive, aggressive, or downright assaultive as grindcore, and it has been that way since its very beginning 25 years ago. The genre has changed […]

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