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The Binary Code Launch Metal as Art Tour in New York
On Jan. 6 at Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Knitting Factory, the Binary Code didn't need time to set up their gear. It was already in use by the band before them, Tiger Flowers -- whose van broke down on the way to the show. Yet the Binary Code didn't give the audience a clue that they were starti…
Between the Buried and Me Avoid Driving in the Snow
Kicking off Jan. 8 in Nashville, Between the Buried and Me begin a month-long North American headlining tour honoring their October-released album, 'The Great Misdirect.' In light of the recent Weezer tour bus crash, which left frontman Rivers Cuomo hospitalized and that band's dates canceled throug…
Best Albums of the 2000s
Although the mainstream largely shunned heavy metal in the 1990s, the last decade found our music getting more attention that it's ever gotten. Some of the finest releases the music has ever had were released from 2000 to 2009 and shows like VH1's 'The Metal Show' have proved ver…
Top 10 Albums of 2009
2009 was a fantastic year for heavy music. Not only was Noisecreep launched (just joking), some of our favorite bands came back from hibernation, showing us that playing metal and hardcore isn't just a young person's sport. With the end of the year upon us, every magazine and Web site is u…
Periphery Are the ‘Future of Metal’
In an attempt to keep the audience entertained while the rest of the Periphery set up guitarist Alex Bols asked, "So which do you guys like better: aliens or babies?"
"Babies taste better!" a fan shouted in response along with other people's random nonsensica…

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