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Tag Archives: Soilent Green

Grindcore documentary in the works

Posted by on February 17, 2015

Canadian filmmaker Doug Brown is working on a documentary titled “Slave to the Grind,” his second feature length film as a director. The trailer for the project features Soilent Green vocalist Ben Falgoust, Discordance Axis drummer Dave Witte, Fuck The Facts vocalist Mel Mongeon, and more. From the KickStarter page: “Making a film involves significant risk. Documentaries are the riskiest. […]

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Maryland Deathfest 2014: Sunday

Posted by on May 30, 2014

If you ignored the lineup of this years Maryland Deathfest that just passed, you missed one hell of a stacked lineup. With headliners like At the Gates, Dark Angel and Candlemass, and three venues for three days, (four if you bought a ticket for the pre-event on Thursday) it was an event that I was […]

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Crowbar say drummer Tommy Buckley is cancer free

Posted by on October 10, 2013

Tommy Buckley of Crowbar and Soilent Green underwent treatment for prostate cancer and surgery to have his prostate removed in August. Now Crowbar are making an official announcement that he is in fact cancer free. They posted the following message on their Facebook page: TOMMY BUCKLEY IS CANCER FREE!!!! As many of you know, on […]

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Soilent Green drummer recovering from prostate surgery following cancer diagnosis

Posted by on August 23, 2013

According to the band’s Facebook page, Soilent Green drummer Tommy Buckley is recovering from a major surgery to remove his prostate, following a cancer diagnosis. The drummer, also of the band Crowbar, had the Prostatectomy August 13th to prevent the spread of cancer cells previously detected. New Orleans-spawned Soilent Green specifically mentions Buckley’s girlfriend in […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Metal Colors

Posted by on July 23, 2012

Metal Insider’s Top 5 is a column where we count down the top five of…well basically anything. Earlier today, Between The Buried And Me officially premiered the first single off of their new album The Parallax II: Future Sequence. One of our favorite albums from the progressive metal group, however, still is 2007’s Colors. Now […]

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