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Wow, what a line-up and in a very historic metal region. Massachusetts has birthed many prominent bands in the past. Blood for Blood and Death Before Dishonor bludgeoned their way into Boston’s hardcore scene and the “Philswitch” Engage troops (All That Remains/Shadows Fall/Diecast/KillswitchEngage) rose metalcore out of the west. Massachusetts loves its metal, that’s for sure. It was evident on this night, as the show had sold the fuck out. Thanks Metal Blade for the in! On this tour, Between the Buried and Me brought along some serious contenders in modern metal. San Francisco’s Deafheaven have been infiltrating the ears of critics and concertgoers with their blackened, shoegazing approach to metal, giving no fucks along the way. From LA, Intronaut is definitely the prog side of the bill, spacing way out in a cloud of smoke and bass licks. Ontario’s telecaster troubadours The Kindred just celebrated their first release on Sumerian entitled Life in Lucidity. 


Click here for the full review and pictures from the photo pit.

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Album Review: The Kindred – Life In Lucidity

Posted by longhairedpoet on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 3:54 PM (PST)


Canadian progressive metallers The Kindred (Formerly Today I Caught The Plague) have today dropped their debut album Life In Lucidity (via Sumerian Records).

The Kindred are currently on tour with Between The Buried and Me, Deafhaven and Intronaut.

You can check out the Metal Riot review of Life In Lucidity here.

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The Kindred prepare for Sumerian Records debut

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, January 9, 2014 at 7:59 AM (PST)


Canadian proggers The Kindred (formerly Today I Caught The Plague), after having signed on with Sumerian Records last summer, are preparing to release their Sumerian debut, Life In Lucidity.

Life In Lucidity will be released on February 25th.

The Kindred will embark on a North American tour with Between The Buried and Me in February and March.

Check out comments from The Kindred’s vocalist David Journeaux here.

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