Narrows

Narrows Have as Much Fun at Shows as Their Fans
"Thanks to everyone who lent us gear. This is none of our stuff," Narrows frontman Dave Verellen said on April 24 when the band played the tiny Cake Shop. The band's only American appearance before heading out to Austria was put together by 1,000 Knives and BrooklynVegan...
These Arms Are Snakes Call It Quits

Since 2004, These Arms Are Snakes have been spreading their own flavor of post-hardcore through constant touring around the world and releasing three full-length albums and numerous small players on vinyl in between. Many people have wondered when the band was going to head back to the studio to cre…
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 …
Cave In Sell Out New York’s New Knitting Factory
Manhattan's Knitting Factory was a three-level venue in Tribeca. Any given night, there were several rad shows happening simultaneously, giving the adamant music lover an everlasting tasty piece of gum to chew on. But like many venues in Manhattan (Coney Island High, Rock and Roll High School a…
Cave In to Release Comeback EP/DVD Package
Massachusetts-based post-hardcore/post-metal stalwarts Cave In are not only back, but unleashing their previously limited-released, vinyl-only comeback EP on CD along with a bonus DVD.
Entitled 'Planets of Old,' the four-song offering houses Cave In's first new material in years, while…
Trap Them Are Even Good When Anti-Social
Just a year ago Trap Them released 'Seizures in Barren Praise' and shook up the lives of hardcore and grindcore lovers all over the universe. Like the three other road-crazed bands Trap Them played with at The Crazy Donkey Nov. 3 -- Toxic Holocaust, Skeletonwitch and Black Dahlia Murder --…
Converge Premiere ‘Axe To Fall’ Video on Fearnet
Stop-action metal videos that feature extreme brutality or violence walk a fine line between the artistic and cheesy. A few videos come to mind that unfortunately tip towards the latter category, but Craig Murray's visual creation for Converge's latest video, 'Axe to Fall,' achie…

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