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Author Archives: Chris Annunziata

Madball headline NYC Park hardcore show

Posted by on April 26, 2021

This past weekend, New York City had arguably its biggest hardcore show since the start of the pandemic with at least 2,500 people in attendance at Tompkins Square Park. The show was headlined by New York natives Madball with support from Murphy’s Law (former Cro-Mags frontman John Joseph), Bloodclot and The Captures. The event was […]

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Beartooth drop new song “Hell Of It”

Posted by on April 23, 2021

  Beartooth have dropped a single dubbed, “Hell Of It” off their upcoming album, Below, out June 25th via Red Bull Records. Speaking about the track was singer Caleb Shomo, “‘Hell Of It’ is one of my favorites on the album. It’s meant to try and melt as much face as possible. This song was […]

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The Devil Wears Prada share new song “Termination”

Posted by on April 23, 2021

  The Devil Wears Prada have shared their new song “Termination,” fresh off from their upcoming  EP, ZII. The EP is expected to arrive on May 21 via Solid State Records. Frontman Mike Hranica spoke about how the single relates to the overall theme of the EP. “I learned during the COVID-19 pandemic to imagine […]

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Serj Tankian reveals “Your Mom” lyric video

Posted by on April 16, 2021

  Serj Tankian recently released his EP, Elasticity and has now shared a lyric video for “Your Mom.” The animation was handled by director David Bradford, who has previously worked with Serj and System of a Down. Bradford provided an explanation for the concept of the video: “As I listened to the beginning of the song, […]

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Go Ahead and Die (Soulfly/Khemmis) unleash “Toxic Freedom” video

Posted by on April 16, 2021

  Arizona’s favorite death metal act, Go Ahead and Die have dropped a new music video for “Toxic Freedom,” featured off their upcoming self-titled debut. The video was created by Costin Chioreanu and is the second single from the record, first being “Truckload Full of Bodies.” Frontman Max Cavalera commented on the single, “‘Toxic Freedom’ is […]

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Disorder Assembly (Between The Buried And Me) debut “Lizards Of Boz”

Posted by on April 7, 2021

  Disorder Assembly have shared a new track dubbed, “Lizards Of Boz” off their upcoming EP Combustion Fossil. The band consists of 8 musicians, one being bassist Dan Briggs of Between The Buried And Me. The album was recorded at Legitimate Business; Greensboro, NC in August 2020 and was produced by Briggs and multi-instrumentalist, Walter […]

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Hammerhedd drop “Foundation” music video

Posted by on April 6, 2021

  Teenage thrashers Hammerhedd have unleashed a music video for the song “Foundation.” The track is taken from their latest effort, Grand Currents, which is scheduled for a vinyl release on April 30th. Pre-orders are available here. The group comments: “Our new single ‘Foundation‘ is hard-hitting, fast, and jam-packed with riffs. It’s the most in-your-face, […]

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Devin Townsend announces new livestream: Ocean Machine: Biomech in its entirety

Posted by on April 6, 2021

  Devin Townsend has announced a new quarantine project that will feature him performing his 1997 Ocean Machine: Biomech in its entirety via livestream. The prolific musician posted a short trailer talking about the event and mentions how he would like to perform his entire catalog, starting with Ocean Machine.  “It’s been a year since […]

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Artillery reveal new album ‘X;’ share new single “In Thrash We Trust”

Posted by on March 19, 2021

  Artillery will drop their tenth studio album, appropriately titled, X on May 7th via Metal Blade records. The band also shared the first single taken from the album, “In Thrash We Trust.” Guitarist Michael Stützer commented on the record: “We wanted to have the typical Artillery trademarks, like the riffs and hook lines in the usual […]

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Alien Weaponry reveal upcoming performances with New Zealand Symphony Orchestra

Posted by on March 11, 2021

  Alien Weaponry have announced an exciting two night performance with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, NZSO. This will mark the first time the band has worked with an orchestra and the first time the symphony has worked with a metal band in their 75 year existence. The shows, dubbed, “Stronger Together,”  will take place […]

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