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Red Fang on Tour With Kylesa, Saviours and Announce Upcoming Run With Valient Thorr

Portland, Ore. riff rockers Red Fang just kicked off their nine-city U.S. run with Kylesa, Saviours and Lionize in Seattle and have already announced plans to continue their assault on the States through November, alongside Venus-via-North Carolina alien rockers Valient Thorr.

Basically, as the band states in their blog, "Red Fang is hard at work and we ain't stopping." Even more of a testament to that is the fact that

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Goes Cube Bring Heavy Noise to Lit Lounge

Monday nights at the Lit Lounge basement are reserved for those who wear black T-shirts with unidentifiable band names, while every other night it's the ultimate indie and experimental rock haven. Aug

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Kylesa Jam to Kyuss While on the Road

Kylesa are known as one of the hardest-working bands in underground extreme music. It seems like the Savannah, Ga.-based quintet (that includes not one, but two drummers, mind you) is on the road more often than not. And on top of that, every Kylesa album seems better than the last. Their re

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White Noise: News on Dillinger Escape Plan, Down, Cradle of Filth, Fear Factory and More

So, we were at a show last week, and noticed something strange. See, we realize it's uncouth to wear a band shirt to that same band's concert. It's like wearing an 'I Love New York' shirt in Times Square. We


White Noise: News on Megadeth, Black Dahlia Murder, Faith No More, 3 Inches of Blood and More

A blog posted over at Invisible Oranges this week has us asking this question: Is it possible to love a band but hate their fans? Cosmo Lee wonders in the column if there's some sense of self-loathing involved in hating fans of a band you dig? The column recounts Lee's experience seeing a bunch of no-neck-having, Affliction-donning d-bags leaving a Lamb of God show and shuddered at the thought that he might be just like the posers he was ridiculing. The column got us thinking about all the bands we used to love during the late 1990s (we don't care if that dates us), and how those bands' fan


New Releases: Believer, Kylesa, Les Claypool, Paria, Static X

Static - X - 'Cult Of Static' - Reprise
Industrial fans and nu metal freaks; it's time to get stoked. After the announcement of this upcoming album back in Decemeber 08, the wait is now over. Complete with eletron

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Kylesa Loves the Peaches and Metal

"It's an important time for metal and the scene in Georgia," says Kylesa guitarist/riff technician Laura Pleasants to Noisecreep. "We've got peaches and metal! What more do you want?"

While we love the taste of the state's f

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