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Tag Archives: Valkyrie

Inaugural Death to False Metal Festival announced

Posted by on April 22, 2015

We’re not even five months into 2015, but if we were to look at trends for the year in metal, it seems like the metal festival is spreading to the United States. With Roadburn, Wacken, and Download the European standard-bearers, America’s only major multi-day festivals are the Maryland Deathfest, and of course the New England […]

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Valkyrie will teach you to mountain stomp

Posted by on April 1, 2015

Brothers Pete and Jake Adams’ band Valkyrie signed to Relapse Records last summer, and recently announced the upcoming release of their latest album, Shadows. Due out May 19th, “Mountain Stomp” is the first song (and opening track) from the album and available for streaming right now. Said Jake of the band’s latest effort: “Some of these songs we […]

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Relapse signs Baroness guitarist’s side band Valkyrie

Posted by on July 31, 2014

As Baroness continue to gain popularity with each album, the Relapse band seem to be following the lead of another Relapse band, Mastodon. That’s not to say that they’re about to leave Relapse, and now we know their guitarist, Pete Adams isn’t about to either. His band Valkyrie has signed to the label for an […]

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Glenn Danzig recruits Baroness guitarist for upcoming Samhain reunion shows

Posted by on July 28, 2014

Earlier this month, Glenn Danzig announced that his post-Misfits/pre-solo band Samhain would play a handful of shows this fall, in addition to sets at Riot Fest Chicago and Philip Anselmo’s Housecore Horror Film Fest. It was assumed that longtime members London May and Steve Zing would be part of the shows given that they also […]

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New & Noteworthy, July 6th – Grand Re-Entrance

Posted by on July 6, 2010

Trent Reznor has been one of the Renaissance Men of rock music for the past two decades, dictating the direction of the genre’s progression since the beginning of Nine Inch Nails. The only other musicians that can come close are the members of Tool and Dream Theater, showing the maximum capabilities of the genre when […]

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