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Hydra Head Doesn’t Hate the Austerity Program
"Can we get a volunteer to start our drum machine?" Justin Foley asked Friday night at Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Union Pool. Unlike many other humans I've come across, Foley and bassist Thad Calabrese don't have to try to hard to be funny. Since their enlistment in the Hydra …
Howl, ‘Jezebel’ and ‘Asherah’ — New Songs

Howl's 'Full of Hell' is one of the most anticipated album releases from the Relapse roster this year, and the Providence, R.I. metal act just debuted the first tracks from it on their MySpace page. 'Jezebel' and its intro piece, 'Asherah,' are just a taste of the record, which was recorded at Machi…
Hard Rock and Metal New Releases — March 9
Congrats to High on Fire, whose 'Snakes for the Divine' sold nearly 10,000 copies its first week on shelves. That's nearly double what their last album sold in its first week, and this is their fifth studio album. It's incredible to see the band having forward progress deep into …
Daughters, ‘The Theatre Goer’ — New Song
On March 9, Providence's Daughters will release what will be one of the best records you'll hear in 2010: 'Daughters,' a ferocious album with guitars that sound like something of a cross between the sound a car engine makes when it won't start raping a dentist drill...
Daughters Frontman Has Mixed Feelings About New LP
Sometimes, when a band's got new material to promote, you can't get them to tone it down in interviews. The band dudes just exude excitement and will sit there and wax poetic for two hours about the songs they're "just so proud for people to finally hear...
Daughters Down Two Members After ‘Big Falling Out’

Things are rough these days for the dudes in Daughters. This, according to Alexis Marshall -- better known to fans of the Providence, R.I. chaos specialists as Lex -- the band's inscrutable frontman. He claims that, back in August, just a few months after Daughters wrapped the recording of their for…
Baroness’ John Baizley Finds a Balance in Art and Music
The Quietus is the sort of pop culture meta-rag that writes about what its staff finds particularly worthwhile, so it's no surprise that they recently interviewed John Baizley of Baroness about his artwork. With their latest release, 'Blue Record,' just out on Relapse Records, singer/…