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Housecore Horror Film Festival Day 2 – The Real Madness Begins (In Honor of Corey Mitchell)

Housecore Horror Film Festival Day 2 – The Real Madness Begins (In Honor of Corey Mitchell)

Matt Baggins November 1, 2014 0

Housecore Horror Film Festival was quite the success last year. This Phil Anselmo curated event immediately garnered special attention from the metal world. This was to be the festivals second edition, and it was

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Housecore Horror Film Festival  Day 1- The Adventure Begins (In Honor of Corey Mitchell)

Housecore Horror Film Festival Day 1- The Adventure Begins (In Honor of Corey Mitchell)

Matt Baggins October 31, 2014 0

Housecore Horror Film Festival was quite the success last year. This Phil Anselmo curated event immediately garnered special attention from the metal world. This was to be the festivals second edition, and it was

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The Rock & Roll Trance of Thurston Moore

The Rock & Roll Trance of Thurston Moore

Eli Jace October 30, 2014 0

The noise surrounding Thurston Moore’s surprising split from Sonic Youth co-founder Kim Gordon has finally reached its highest decibel and faded out. What now remains is a collection of pure-hearted rock and roll songs

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Matt Baggins October 27, 2014 0

If ever a band deserved to be called monolithic it’s Inter Arma. With a sound that can only be compared to mountains moving they’ve been making waves on the American doom metal scene since

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Noisem: Living the American Dream

Noisem: Living the American Dream

Matt Baggins October 19, 2014 0

Noisem, now there is a band to be reckoned with, a veritable rock and roll force, a group who break all the rules and yet seem somehow to fit perfectly into the distinct American

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#footheroom Saving an Underground Venue

#footheroom Saving an Underground Venue

Matt Baggins October 15, 2014 1

It’s an idea that seems almost to serendipitous to come true. It’s the sort of things movies are based off of. It’s #footheroom. Vern Nickerson opened up his own venue, The Room, with a

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5 Things I Learned Hanging Out With Touring Bands

5 Things I Learned Hanging Out With Touring Bands

Matt Baggins October 14, 2014 0

I’ve been writing about metal for four years now, and I’ve started to get chances to hang out with some legit ‘rock stars’ or at least big names. Asides from being at the same

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El Pintor sets Interpol back on track

El Pintor sets Interpol back on track

Eli Jace October 2, 2014 0

Beware the gloom mood descending on downtown. It’s been four years since Interpol’s last album and even longer since they’ve put out a cohesive piece of music. With El Pintor, their fifth album, the

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Ten years later Death From Above 1979 follow up debut

Ten years later Death From Above 1979 follow up debut

Eli Jace September 23, 2014 0

Ten years ago Death From Above 1979 released their debut, You’re A Woman, I’m A Machine–a perfect album of deadlocked distorted rock sleaze. Then, the group went dormant and broke up. Surging quietly back

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Five things I learned about the American Music Scene as a Frenchman

Five things I learned about the American Music Scene as a Frenchman

Matt Baggins September 23, 2014 0

A Gonzo Report On The American Music Scene Now, regular readers of this site might know that I’m a French music writer who recently moved to America for college. While I did spend a

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