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Righteous Riffs and Toothsome Textures as Russian Circles Tour

April 30th, 2015|Comments Off on Righteous Riffs and Toothsome Textures as Russian Circles Tour

If you’re big into your deep, heavy and wholly grove laden instrumental rock then you’re already likely a huge fan of Chicago lords of the riff, Russian Circles. The band has truly put in the time and the effort when it comes to their careers, opening for a number of bands and constantly pushing their unique brand of heavy duty sonic exploration onto transfixed audiences across the world. On the first UK Russian Circles Tour their aural adventures even led them to open for Tool.
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9 Bands Like Tool to Hold You Over Until Their Next Release

April 30th, 2015|Comments Off on 9 Bands Like Tool to Hold You Over Until Their Next Release

Tool, a band that defy more conventional forms of genre classification, a band who are singularly dedicated to their music and the integrity of the final outcome, through the years they have given us some truly awe inspiring music. In this article we take a look at 9 bands like Tool to hold you over until their next release.
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Opeth, a never ending journey

April 20th, 2015|Comments Off on Opeth, a never ending journey

Opeth are a band that wear their progressive instincts on their sleeves, and as any fan of a progressive band knows, you can’t get too settled on a single sound. The desire to experiment, to innovate and to explore never ends, and this is certainly true of Opeth, a band nobody could ever claim is scared to breach new sonic territory.
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Steven Wilson, “Hand. Cannot. Erase.”

April 10th, 2015|Comments Off on Steven Wilson, “Hand. Cannot. Erase.”

Hand. Cannot. Erase. Is the new album by British musician Steven Wilson and it’s taken an entire audience by storm! Its official release date was February 27, 2015 and was recorded by Air Studios, London, Uk. All band members from the previous albums are on this one, and Steven Wilson himself said the goal was to make this album less “jazzy” compared to some of the previous albums he has made.
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Black Sabbath and How I Ended Up Playing Metal at my Wedding

April 8th, 2015|Comments Off on Black Sabbath and How I Ended Up Playing Metal at my Wedding

I was on the fence about whether to have the band play at the wedding or not. As I get older I hesitate a little more to make bold statements in public. Going back and forth about it I finally decided to do it. Why not share what we work so hard to do with my family? So of course since it was my wedding I wanted to pick a show piece. Something flashy to let me look super cool and rockstar out. The guys suggested Moby Dick, which was really cool.
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Requiem for Parachute Pants and Flamethrowers

April 8th, 2015|Comments Off on Requiem for Parachute Pants and Flamethrowers

If I remember right it was the fall of 1998. I still lived in my home town of Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. I was fifteen years old and played drums in a local hardcore metal band we named “Kazm”. We were lucky enough to have been gifted a rehearsal space from our guitar player’s parents and that gave us what we needed to set out on the rigorous journey to rock stardom. Everyday after school we’d walk to the band room and practice until the neighbors complained. None of us had anything better to do and some of us were trying to stay away from bad home situations.