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Check Out A New Early Graves Demo

Posted by on June 13, 2012

Last week, it was announced that Early Graves signed a new deal with No Sleep Records. Their forthcoming record, their first since former frontman Makh Daniels sadly died in a van accident, is due out this Fall. Many were wondering what they would sound like with John Strachan, formerly of The Funeral Pyre, behind the mic, […]

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Video: Early Graves Perform First Shows With New Singer

Posted by on August 15, 2011

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDCkOPqh4Fs[/youtube] Last week, The Funeral Pyre’s John Strachan revealed that he was Early Graves new singer. In case you were skeptical, Early Graves performed their first show with their new frontman this past Saturday in Los Angeles. The show was also their first since the van accident that killed Makh Daniels last Summer. Early Graves […]

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The Funeral Pyre’s Frontman Joins Early Graves

Posted by on August 12, 2011

John Strachan, singer of The Funeral Pyre, recently revealed that he has joined Early Graves as their new vocalist. Strachan leaked that he was replacing Makh Daniels, who passed away in a van accident last Summer, in a recent blog posting, saying: “I recently joined Early Graves, after the passing of their singer and great […]

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Early Graves Vocalist Killed In Van Accident

Posted by on August 2, 2010

In a terrible tragedy, Early Graves/ex-Apiary vocalist Mahk Daniels was killed in a van accident early this morning. South Oregon’s Mail Tribune has been providing updates on the situation. Early Graves and The Funeral Pyre were en route to a show in Reno, Nevada when the van’s driver fell asleep and lost control behind the wheel and […]

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New & Noteworthy, June 8th – New Release Explosion

Posted by on June 8, 2010

Each Tuesday, Metal Insider will be posting a look at the new releases coming out that day courtesy of contributer Chris Colgan. We chose one hell of a week to start doing it! Did someone put out a memo saying that June 8th was the date when every record label in the rock and metal […]

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SXSW 2010 – Music, Day 1

Posted by on March 18, 2010

For the next few days, I’m going to attempt to sum up SXSW. I say attempt, because trying to talk about the annual rite of passage for bands, journalists and the music industry at large is like taking a camera phone picture of the Grand Canyon. My trip started with Motorhead, well, Lemmy, actually. With […]

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