Tag Archives: Sourvein

Former Sourvein, The Gates of Slumber drummer J. Clyde Paradis passes

Posted by on August 16, 2016

  Although details are still rather scarce at this time, drummer J. Clyde Paradis has passed. It’s been confirmed by Encyclopaedium Metallum, as well as by some that knew him on Facebook. Reports are that he died in his sleep, but the actual cause of death has yet to be confirmed. Paradis had played in […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: guitar players by Sourvein’s T-Roy

Posted by on April 19, 2016

On Friday, April 8, sludge act Sourvein released Aquatic Occult, the fourth full-length and first for Metal Blade Records. The band’s twenty year journey to the label has seen them hit the road with Voivod, High on Fire and Saint Vitus, among many others. The North Carolina band called New Orleans and California home before returning  to […]

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New & Noteworthy, April 8th – Graphic Nature

Posted by on April 8, 2016

We opened April with an album that appeals to many outside of the typical metal fanbase. Our second week sees an album released that might not appeal to those people as much, but they will certainly be aware of it. It’s also an album that typical metal fans will be very happy to see. Check […]

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Interview: Sourvein’s T-Roy talks ‘Aquatic Occult,’ current, former members

Posted by on April 6, 2016

One listen to Sourvein’s “Ocypuss “ at the Metal Blade records site should be all anyone needs who listens to doom, metal and sludge to break down and purchase the new long player. For the uninitiated, the band is led by the multi-talented T-Roy who handles vocals, music and art duties. To date, he has […]

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Sourvein release new track featuring Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe

Posted by on February 10, 2016

Sourvein have mastered the arts of doom for over two decades and that kind of seniority is reflected on their music and the amount of people willing to collaborate with them in any way possible. That’s why, Sourvein joined forces with many metal musicians to pitch in their talent for their upcoming album Aquatic Occult. The […]

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Maryland Deathfest lineup coming together

Posted by on November 25, 2013

While next May seems like an eternity away, the announcement of a bunch more of the bands playing the Maryland Deathfest should help get you through the cold of winter. Among the artists added are Dark Angle, Triptykon, Black Breath, and Sourvein. And despite all of the new announcements (18 of them), they’re not done […]

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Sourvein bassist Mike Boone dies

Posted by on October 10, 2013

Last Saturday (5), North Carolina sludge band Sourvein played a sold-out set at Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus. Sadly, that turned out to be the last show for bassist Mike Boone, who died in his sleep at a friend’s house following the show. Details are scarce, but the band posted the following information on their Facebook page: […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Comeback Albums Of The 2000s

Posted by on June 11, 2012

Metal Insider’s Top 5 is a column where we count down the top five of…well basically anything. There’s a lot at stake for a band that’s been out of the public eye for years or simply experienced their fair share of bad luck. In some cases, those said bands have already been written off by many as hopeless […]

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Hail!Hornet Announce Tour With Zoroaster

Posted by on November 30, 2011

Metal Insider is extremely proud to announce that we’ll be co-sponsoring Hail!Hornet’s first ever U.S. tour. The Southern metal supergroup (featuring members of Weedeater, Buzzov*en, Sourvein, Alabama Thunderpussy, Birds Of Prey, and Parasytic), will be hitting the road starting in January with support on most dates coming from psychedelic sludge metal trio Zoroaster. Plus, each […]

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New & Noteworthy, June 21st – Triumph

Posted by on June 21, 2011

Lasting success is hard to come by in the modern music industry. All too often, artists are compromising their integrity and standards for the sake of gaining fans and attracting attention. It takes a truly remarkable talent to achieve lasting success in the music industry and also maintain an individual, unique style that is not […]

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