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Caspian Call New York City Home, Despite Being From New England

"This is the closest we'll play to home before we head back out West. So it feels like a hometown show," Caspian frontman Philip Jamieson said on April 15. The post-rockers are from New England, so New York City is still a str

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This Will Destroy You Return to the Studio

Instrumental post-rock band This Will Destroy You are currently entering the studio to record a new full-length album, which will be titled 'Tunnel Blanket.' After forming in 2005 in San Marcos, Texas, the group released an EP and have been churning out a steady amount of releases on Magic Bullet, which has recently put out recordings from Lymbyc System, Romance of Young Tigers and Golden City.

Compared, at times, to Explosions in the Sky, This Will Destroy Y

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Martyrs And Madmen Enlist Seasoned Vets for Debut

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

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Russian Circles Made the Wait Worth It

"F--- that song anyways. We got new s---. That was old. It was old," Russian Circles guitarist Mike Sullivan said as he scrambled to get his pedals working. He was stuck in a thick sea of the crowd's "Awwws" and "What happeneds?" The

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Baroness Reach Beyond Metal, Going From ‘Red’ to ‘Blue’ — Exclusive Video

Baroness were comfortable having Kylesa frontman Philip Cope produce their 2007 disc, 'Red Album.' The musicians had grown up together in the Savannah, Ga. metal scene and had become close friends. And that's exactly why

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Baroness Conjure Rainbow of Emotions for ‘Blue Record’

While they were ensconced in the studio working on the follow-up to their critically acclaimed 'Red Album,' Baroness guitarist/vocalist John Baizley and guitarist Peter Adams spent weeks searching their souls, painstakingly tearing apart every single riff of every single song to make sure they interlocked perfectly with whatever came before and after, and articulately expressed the range of emotions the musicians wanted to convey.

Then, the duo assembled a variety of alternate possibilities -- just in case.

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Goes Cube Keep It Heavy With ‘Another Day Has Passed’

Is it possible to be a "heavy" band without being a "metal" band? One needs to look no further than New York City for the answer, where bands such as Quicksand, Helmet and Unsane have for the most part avoided the metal tag, despite being unquestionably heavy. Brooklyn's Goes Cube are poised to pick up where those bands

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