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The Binary Code, ‘Priest’ — Song Premiere
The Binary Code are always evolving. The New Jersey band started out touring with the Red Chord and Between the Buried and Me and have worked with notable, prolific producers like Hate Eternal's Erik Rutan and Today Is the Day's Steve Austin...
The Gloominous Doom Love Judas Priest and PBR
Do you think you have what it takes to front a ska-thrash metal band? Unless you can drink out of your prosthetic leg, put an illustration of said action on your debut record cover, hit a cowbell in beat with your ska-thrash band and proudly praise PBR as much as the guys in the Gloominous Doom, I d…
Binary Code Tour Dates With the Gloominous Doom
The Binary Code have announced a string of dates for a spring tour, fresh off recording a new three-song EP. These new sonic wares will be getting the new song treatment with these shows. One song, 'Ocean of Light,' is a step away from the fast tech wizardry the New Jersey band is known fo…
The Binary Code Go Digital, Hit the Road
Sure, it's a day and age where people steal music and record labels keep losing money. But bands still exist -- somehow. It's the emotion, the art, the right ... right? After all it's not about the detriments, but more the perpetuating of metal's power, right...
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…
Revocation Blending Thrash and Death, Horror and Cartoons
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 ba…
Binary Code and MetalSucks Join Forces Digitally
Working with the luminaries at MetalSucks was a no-brainer for New Jersey's the Binary Code. "Those guys are the best! It helps when you have a friendly affinity, rather than a strictly professional cohesion," guitarist Jesse Zuretti told Noisecreep...

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