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Deafheaven to release new album in 2015

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 4:34 PM (PST)

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Deafheaven have announced plans for a 2015 album release, though Lambgoat insists that at this time no specific label home is certain yet. What is certain is that yesterday the Pope said evolution is kind of an actual thing and now a lot of previously gullible people are maybe now wondering if heaven really is deaf and we just got dumped on this rock to hiss and spit at one another (something most skeptical metal heads have believed for quite some time). Hey, free will is great but it also means accountability. Pray for forgiveness, humans.

George Clarke photo from Basilica Sound Scape, shot by missmagpi

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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. 

 

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