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This is one of my favorite grind bands, and this album absolutely shreds. Whenever anyone asks what they sound like, my simple response is "throw a few babies in a blender and record it".
From their FB: The rumors were true! We’re hitting the road this summer with a band we’ve been friends with for many years, but have never done a full tour with – Taking Back Sunday!
GATECREEPER will take on a North American co-headlining tour with recent Relapse signees Full Of Hell this summer. Presented by Revolver Magazine, GATECREEPER will join The Sweltering Ecstasy Tour on May 28th in Phoenix, Arizona following their appearance at the Modified Ghost Festival III in Vancouver, British Columbia on May 24th. From there, the pair will crush skulls together for three weeks, the tour concluding on June 17th in San Antonio, Texas. See all confirmed dates below.
Miami noise rock/alt metal powerhouse WRONG’s (members of Torche, ex-Capsule, ex-Kylesa) sophomore album Feel Great will make you feel the exact opposite of great.
Dates announced supporting Hatebreed as well as a headline tour.
Rivers of Nihil reveal details for new album, 'Where Owls Know My Name'; launch first single, "The Silent Life"; announce North American tour with Dying Fetus, Thy Art Is Murder, Enterprise Earth, Sanction
Long time SK contributor Dan Craley has launched his first podcast, check it out inside!
Seattle punk legends ZEKE return with their first new album in over fourteen years, titled Hellbender, set for release through Relapse Records.
If you are looking for an evening of jammed-packed heavy metal, well look no further! The official line-up for the inaugural “Chaos and Carnage” tour features a dynamic and very exciting plethora of such genre defying artists as Carnifex and Oceano, alongside such perennial metal bands as Archspire and Winds of Plague.
Weird matchup, but both bands are weird so I guess it's fitting. I'll be hitting this up in Reading or Philly.
Wow, what a lineup! Check out the full list inside.
Of Boysetsfire fame, Nathan has branched out to do a highly successful solo career and I have followed him for quite some time. He recently released a new album called "Feral Hymns", loaded with raw, emotional tracks and heartfelt lyrics. And personally, he's a pretty solid dude, very intelligent.
I came across this album a few weeks ago and have been rocking it regularly. It's hard to describe in any way other than epic, the songs are ten+ minutes each. Groove laden doom/rock style with prog influence in the vein of the Sword.