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Give Atakke Fog They Can Get High Off Of
Atakke played a park in August. And they opened for Amebix in February. Yet, the Brooklyn band, which formed in 2006, still remains under the radar of underground extremers you need to watch.
"We're Atakke, and we're from here. Yeah, we live in the club," vocalist Chloe Pu…
Free Beer Makes Howl Drummer Happy
When there is free beer, at a free show in New York, N.Y. of all places, everyone gets excited. So on Aug. 6 at Fontanas, when Howl drummer Tim gulped his tightly-gripped can of beer, there was cheering and clapping -- basically way too much happiness for a metal show...
White Noise: Venom, Free Reign, Napalm Death
Today is our last day in the office before we head to the New England Hardcore and Metal Festival. Follow our adventures while we're on the road via Twitter. Until then, some metal linkage!
+ Photos of Napalm Death, Kataklysm & Toxic Holocaust in New York City.
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Skeletonwitch Raise Hell in Georgia
By now, everyone has heard about last month's Scion Rock Fest - the stacked (and I mean STACKED) lineup, the various stages, the suspiciously green-tinted air during High on Fire's set, the unexpected blizzard that left tons of attendees and bands stranded...
Coliseum Hits the Road with Converge, Napalm Death
Louisville, Kentucky's Coliseum are known for their high-energy, face-melting, hardcore-infused metal, their tendency to push tempos to the max in a live setting, and their intense DIY ethic. True to their hard-working reputation, the band is currently gearing up for the final two-month stretch…
On The Open Road: Faith No More, Abigail Williams, HED(pe)
The economy could be on the decline, and gas prices could still be high, but that won't stop metal from making its rounds across the world.
KEEPING THE FAITH: After a 10 year hiatus, alt metal veterans Faith No More have confirmed in an official statement that the band is reuniting...