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Psycho CA Day 2: The Heaviest Day Of My Life

Psycho CA Day 2: The Heaviest Day Of My Life

Matt Bacon May 22, 2015 0

Psycho California, now that’s a name that suggests things could get weird fast. Perhaps America’s largest doom metal festival we sent our worrisome journalist Matt Bacon out on the trail to try and get

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Psycho CA – Day 1: The Madness Begins

Psycho CA – Day 1: The Madness Begins

Matt Bacon May 21, 2015 0

Psycho California, now that’s a name that suggests things could get weird fast. Perhaps America’s largest doom metal festival we sent our worrisome journalist Matt Bacon out on the trail to try and get

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Jim James takes a few hits off the Aurora Borealis on MMJ’s The Waterfall

Jim James takes a few hits off the Aurora Borealis on MMJ’s The Waterfall

Eli Jace May 21, 2015 0

If you’re planning to grow out your hair and stare profoundly into the sky all summer long, My Morning Jacket’s seventh album, The Waterfall, is the soundtrack you need. The rollicking “Compound Fracture” would

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Psycho California – The Journey To A Brave New World

Psycho California – The Journey To A Brave New World

Matt Bacon May 20, 2015 0

Psycho California, now that’s a name that suggests things could get weird fast. Perhaps America’s largest doom metal festival we sent our worrisome journalist Matt Bacon out on the trail to try and get

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2015’s hottest European festivals

2015’s hottest European festivals

Conor Davies May 19, 2015 0

It’s May and festival season is just about to get into full swing. If you find yourself around the European continent this summer, though, what can you expect to see? Rock en Seine, Paris,

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6 Greatest Publicity Stunts in Music History

6 Greatest Publicity Stunts in Music History

Conor Davies May 18, 2015 0

With social media a key component in any musician’s publicity-filled arsenal in the 21st century, a lot of emphasis is placed on ensuring no artist succumbs to the many dangers of the internet. However,

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5 Years Ago Deftones Re-emerged with Diamond Eyes

5 Years Ago Deftones Re-emerged with Diamond Eyes

Eli Jace May 4, 2015 0

Five years ago today Deftones hurled back with their sixth album, Diamond Eyes. “Let’s drink with our weapons in our hands,” frontman Chino Moreno suggests on “Rocket Skates,” the first single. “Let’s sleep in

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Kintsugi tries to piece Death Cab For Cutie back together

Kintsugi tries to piece Death Cab For Cutie back together

Eli Jace April 27, 2015 0

Everybody leaves Ben Gibbard. It’s the very crutch of his art. Fittingly, then, that Death Cab For Cutie’s eighth album, Kintsugi, arrives in the aftermath of his divorce to New Girl Zooey Deschanel and,

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Interview with Albert Mudrian – Author of Choosing Death

Interview with Albert Mudrian – Author of Choosing Death

Matt Bacon April 21, 2015 0

It’s always an honor to get to sit down with a highly influential industry figure – especially one as well spoken as Albert Mudrian author of Choosing Death, perhaps THE authoritative text on death metal

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The Black Parade: A Retrospective

The Black Parade: A Retrospective

Matt Bacon April 15, 2015 0

It’s easy to forget the incredible impact that My Chemical Romance’s The Black Parade had when it came out in 2006. I was 10 years old at the time – a bit too young

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