After a handful of New England and Northeastern U.S. and Canadian dates to celebrate the release of the band's Relapse debut, 'Existence Is Futile,' Revocation were more than surprised a few weeks ago to get the call from their booking agent regarding Scion's desire to fly the band to not one, but two free shows sponsored by the increasingly metal-friendly car company. Sharing the stage with the Black Dahlia Murder at packed shows to ravenou
On Nov. 3, just hours after stepping off the plane in Los Angeles, the Black Dahlia Murder played a packed club on Hollywood's famed Sunset Strip to a much more intimate crowd than the band is accustomed to. Just as quickly after their set, they were back at the airport and ready for their lat
Boasting a tone heavier than bricks, a throaty scream gravelly as a rock quarry and a collective résumé tagging Screams of Erida, the Acacia Strain, Seeker Destroyer, and Buckhunter, New England's Martyrs and Madmen have not only completed recording the band's debut EP, 'Humanimals,' they've made the ef
Inside the welcomingly warm Triple Rock Social Club on a chilly, late-November evening in Minneapolis, Baroness frontman John Baizley evoked his band's gratitude to those in attendance at the end of the evening for the ever-increasing turnouts -- and high praise -- for the band's first tour to support its second full-length, 'Blue Record.'
"We've done a lot by ourselves; for four or five years we booked our own show
At the Blvd Cafe, its walls adorned with pictures of performances past, Los Angeles' the Funeral Pyre played their last show ... of 2009, amidst a swirl of beer and black metal. Along with Oakland's Embers, in
The Knitting Factory's Hollywood location, a fixture on Hollywood Blvd. since 2000, closed its doors in the wee hours of Oct. 26 after the three-stage club held its final shows Oct. 25. In attendance were supporters of the Los Angeles metal scene, industry personnel and Church of the 8th Day, vehement supporters of the local and national metal scene, and promoter/booking agent for many of The Knitting Factory's extreme metal shows since 2005.
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