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ALBUM REVIEW – Florence + The Sphinx: Sumerian Ceremonials

Compilation albums of heavy rock bands covering popular songs is nothing new, and if anything seems to increasingly be the method du jour for labels to put over their talent. None, though, have had quite as bizarre a concept as this one – the sophomore record from Florence and the Machine, Ceremonials, covered by the […]

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[Photo Gallery] South By So What?! Music Festival (Day 3) – Dallas, Texas

Here’s out 3rd and final installment of coverage from Day 3 of South By So What?! Music Festival at QuikTrip Park in Grand Prairie, Texas. Bands we covered include Third Coast, Dangerkids, I Killed The Prom Queen, A Lot Like Birds, After The Burial, Veil of Maya, Being As An Ocean, Animals As Leaders, Periphery, […]

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Animals As Leaders To Release New Album

Progressive metal trailblazers Animals as Leaders have announced the release of third album The Joy of Motion for March 24th, via Sumerian Records. To see a trailer for the record, click “Continue Reading”. Guitarist Javier Reyes believes that “some of the new tracks are AAL’s strongest and most musical material yet and we are extremely happy […]

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ALBUM REVIEW – “Clear” EP by Periphery

The clear frontrunners of an extremely healthy crop of young progressive metal bands fusing the crushing polyrhythms of Meshuggah with pleasing melodies and ambient influences, Periphery have come a long way since their genesis as the musical vehicle for guitarist Misha Mansoor. 2012’s sophomore full-length record, the wonderfully monikered Periphery II: This Time It’s Personal […]

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[Photo Gallery] The Summer Slaughter Tour – Silver Spring, MD – 8/2/2013

The 2013 edition of the Summer Slaughter Tour made it’s debut stop in the Silver Spring, MD area at The Fillmore. From the beginning of the show till the very end, the crowd was relentless from the first note played by Thy Art Is Murder to the final song from The Dillinger Escape Plan. Check […]

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