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Well, Monday is officially saved, kinda. If you are like me (probably not) and were super bummed out by the mostly boring rotting cock tease of a Walking Dead finale and then woke up to hate tweets from Chris Brown SUPPORTERS just because you suggested that a douchebag who beats women and mocks other women for suicide attempts might not deserve an iHeartRadio award, as well as an offended tweet from fucking necro Colonel Sanders and KFC (I shit you not) saying they don’t use mutant chickens anymore …well, let’s just say that I was pleased as punch to see some great Cult Leader news and remember that I own a copy of Useless Animal. It’s like a reset button for cultural moronic malaise.

Anyway, the killer band are hitting Europe with some great bands in tow including Plebeian Grandstand who I am super into. I will not be seeing this tour but the mere existence of it across the pond gives me hope that all hope is not lost.

 

 

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Converge’s “Thousands Of Miles Between Us” Pre-Order available

Posted by Metal Riot on Saturday, October 17, 2015 at 5:03 PM (PST)

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Thousands of Miles Between Us from Converge is the long awaited sequel to their landmark 2003 DVD release The Long Road Home. Thousands of Miles Between Us from Converge will be offered in 3 unique configurations; HD-Digital (Feature set only), 3 X Blu-ray set, and Limited Deluxe Box set versions. Pre-order HERE.

 

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Cult Leader enter studio

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 9:36 AM (PST)

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Nefarious Realm are reporting that Cult Leader, the band made up of ex-Gaza members who are still active in the scene, have entered the studio to start  follow up recordings to very recent release Nothing For Us Here. Check out the report HERE.

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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.

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Album Review: Code Orange – “I Am King”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Saturday, August 30, 2014 at 12:22 AM (PST)

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I Am King from Code Orange (formerly Code Orange Kids) is a divisive record. I get that the band wanted to maybe mature a bit, drop the “kids” tagdespite most fans obviously preferring it, as well as evolve their sound. I still can’t tell how I really feel about the sonic results, however. Most of I Am King, which the band says they will draw almost exclusively from live for the forseeable future, is kind of like brief experiments in sludge. I remember once wanting to star a project to see if I could take great dub reggae basslines and somehow make them into two minute ramones length songs with great looped beats, instead of the drawn out dub of, say, old school King Tubby. Would it still work? On I Am King, the answer seems to be yes and no. There are many highlights here, from the thundering bass of “Thinners Of The Herd” to the welcome fast hardcore of “Unclean Spirit”, but some sections of the record kind of meander aimlessly. Still, it seems like most of this material would work better live. I have a feeling this is a grower, as depending on my mood it has either resonated with me or kind of waxed and waned.

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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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Doomriders debut “Dead Friends” off upcoming album “Grand Blood”

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, September 20, 2013 at 9:25 AM (PST)

DoomriderslogoBoston metal band Doomriders have released the song “Dead Friends” off of their upcoming album Grand Blood. The album is set for release on October 15th via Deathwish Records and is a follow up to the 2009 effort Darkness Comes Alive.

You can listen to the song here.

Doomriders frontman/guitarist Nate Newton is also know for playing bass in Converge and guitar in Old Man Gloom. Grand Blood was recorded by Newton’s bandmate from Converge, Kurt Ballou’s at Godcity studio in Salem, MA.

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Doomriders are set to release new album “Grand Blood”

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, August 2, 2013 at 10:14 AM (PST)

DoomriderslogoBoston metal band Doomriders have announced that their new album is set for release. The album, titled Grand Blood, will be the bands third studio album and is set for release on October 15th via Deathwish Inc.

You can see the track list, comments and artwork here.

Grand Blood will be a follow up to the bands 2009 Darkness Comes Alive. Doomriders frontman/guitarist Nate Newton is also know for playing bass in Converge and guitar in Old Man Gloom.

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