Tag Archives: Goes Cube

Don’t ignore this new Goes Cube song

Posted by on July 19, 2016

Goes Cube, a Brooklyn three-piece who wrote probably the only song about one of the coolest cars ever, are back with a new track from their upcoming record Shadows Swallowed the Flood (out October 21 via Old Flame Records). It’s been five years since their last full-length, In Tides and Drifts, although it’s a bit bittersweet as […]

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Video: White Widows Pact Pig Out With New Video

Posted by on July 1, 2013

We’ve already told you about White Widows Pact (formerly White Widows), calling their self-titled EP “baby punching music.” Now they’ve released a music video for the track “El Marrano.” If you enjoy what you hear in the video, like we expect you will, you can download the band’s EP here. Adding to the star power of the […]

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The New White Widows Is Baby Punching Music; Stream It Now

Posted by on March 5, 2013

The members of newly-formed Brooklyn band White Widows have been lurking around the metal scene for a while now in bands like Primitive Weapons, Goes Cube, The Destro and Grudges. With Primitive Weapons/Sacrament Records/St. Vitus Bar booker David Castillo in the band, it only makes sense that the band be signed to Sacrament Music. And […]

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Goes Cube’s David Obuchowski Talks Next Album, Streaming Services Touring On Eve Of Tour

Posted by on May 25, 2012

That’s right, compadres. Over the course of two albums and a handful of EPs, Brooklyn’s Goes Cube have staked out their own course in music, combining elements of hardcore, post rock, and noise into a taut package. Last year’s In Tides and Drifts was a leap forward from their debut, Another Day Has Passed, and with a new […]

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Goes Cube Kicks Off Tour With Exotic Animal Petting Zoo On Friday (May 25)

Posted by on May 23, 2012

Remember how we told you that we’re sponsoring Goes Cube’s U.S. tour with Exotic Animal Petting Zoo? Well, it’s been a while since we announced the trek. But this Friday (May 25), the post hardcore/metal group’s tour kicks off in Denver, CO. As we’ve said before, we’re extremely proud to be playing a role in […]

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Goes Cube And Exotic Animal Petting Zoo Announce U.S. Tour

Posted by on February 14, 2012

One of our favorite albums from 2011 was Goes Cube’s sophomore full length In Tides And Drifts. That’s why we here at Metal Insider are extremely proud to be sponsoring the post hardcore/metal band’s upcoming tour with Exotic Animal Petting Zoo. The two bands will be touring across the U.S. this coming May and June, […]

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Metal Insider’s Favorite Albums Of 2011

Posted by on December 9, 2011

It’s that time of year again. As 2011 is less than a month away from ending, everyone is compiling and sharing their “end of the year” lists. And what a year it has been for metal. While it had its fair share of major surprises, 2011 also saw a lot of great music released. So […]

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New & Noteworthy, March 29th – No Fear for the Setting Sun

Posted by on March 29, 2011

In the face of an ever-changing and increasingly more adversarial music industry, metal bands are being forced to do different things in order to survive. Some bands are modifying their sound to keep interest high among fans, while others are staying the course to remain consistent. Some groups are releasing albums more frequently, while others […]

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Metal Sucks’ ‘NYC Sucks, Volume 2’ Compilation Available For Free Download

Posted by on February 23, 2011

Last month , our friends at MetalSucks compiled a compilation featuring the best of New York City’s current metal scene and gave it away FOR FREE. Well as promised, the MetalSucks editiors have released the second volume to their free compilation series NYC Sucks. Volume 2 features songs from another 13 of the city’s best […]

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SXSW 2010- Music, Day 2: Full Metal!

Posted by on March 23, 2010

It’s a pretty clear indicator that you’re a) busy and b) having a good time when your goal to update the blog daily with SXSW updates falls by the wayside your second day in. We did make a valiant effort to write about the annual music and tech conference, and did a pretty bang-up job […]

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