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Narrows Vocalist Recaps the Tour That Almost Wasn’t

This past November, the multi-coastal -- and multi-country -- band Narrows pulled off their first East Coast tour, with a few Southern dips in the route, that many (including members of the band) thought was never going happen due to the battles with schedules and the miles that separate members of …
New Metal and Rock Releases — September 2009
Attention class, metal is back in session for the month of September -- as if it ever really went away. With a myriad of new metal and rock releases coming in, veterans of the genre Ace Frehley and Megadeth are making their appearance right back in the spotlight...
Doomriders Preview ‘Darkness Come Alive’
Don't be surprised to see less and less of Doomriders in the future, because Cave In -- drummer J.R. Conners' primary band -- have recently ended a three-year hiatus and are planning to record and tour. Not to mention Doomriders frontman Nate Newton's primary band, Converge, has a new…
Stephen Brodsky: Cave In Will ‘Record Before We Tour’
Back in April, Cave In announced their three-and-a-half-year hiatus was over. The news of playing again came along side word of a new vinyl-only EP entitled 'Planets of Old', which the band is also streaming online. Aside from two tracks that are on iTunes, the only places that will be carrying this…
Doomriders Skate Deck in the Works
When Magic Bullet Records announced back in March they'd be putting out a limited series of Boris skate decks, I was intrigued. Then, Zoroaster joined the party with their limited edition 'Voice of Saturn' decks. So, when we had a chance to interview Nate Newton of Doomriders (and also Converge) rec…
Doomriders Don’t Party Like You Think They Do
Despite the strong party vibe of Doomriders' debut album 'Black Thunder,' not to mention the band's raucous, "we're having a good time and we don't give a f*ck" live shows, frontman Nate Newton (who also plays bass in Converge) and his band of merry me…

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