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Khann Are Thankful for Marijuana and Tiger Flowers
"We live in Orlando, but the funny thing is that 60 percent of the people who move there are from here," Khann guitarist Jake Smith told the crowd at Lit Lounge. The Floridians embarked on a two week tour with New Yorkers Tiger Flowers and ended up in the Manhattan basement on Apri…
108, ‘18.61’ — New Album
Old-school New York Hare Krishna hardcore band 108 will release their eighth album, '18.61' on April 13 via Deathwish Records. The disc is the follow-up to 2007's 'A New Beat for a Dead Heart' and the first to feature drummer Mike Justian (formerly of Trap Them and Unearth).…
The Red Chord Lose Drummer, Recruits Original Kitman
Boston metallers the Red Chord have lost drummer Brad Fickeisen. However, the departure won't impact the band's forthcoming touring plans, as original Red Chord kitman Michael Justian has returned to the fold. Justian has not publicly appeared with the group since 2004's Maryland Deat…
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…

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