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Disappearer Overcome Broken Strings And Genre Modifiers
Disappearer Overcome Broken Strings And Genre Modifiers
"Mike from Phantom Glue in the house? Mike from Phantom Glue in the house?" asked Disappearer guitarist Thomas Moses. It was the inevitable, "I just broke a string" cry for help. Justin Foley from the Austerity Program -- who also played on May 2 at Union Pool -- was already digging through his red and handy toolbox to give the fellow guitarist a new string...
Hard Rock and Metal News Releases — May 4
Last week was a good week for metal and hard rock. Circa Survive enjoyed nearly 30,000 copies sold of their Atlantic debut, which was a bump up from their prior effort, while Sevendust also moved around 27,000 copies, which was a nearly 2,000 piece increase from their previous album...
Hydra Head Doesn’t Hate the Austerity Program
Hydra Head Doesn’t Hate the Austerity Program
"Can we get a volunteer to start our drum machine?" Justin Foley asked Friday night at Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Union Pool. Unlike many other humans I've come across, Foley and bassist Thad Calabrese don't have to try to hard to be funny. Since their enlistment in the Hydra Head army in 2003, they've put out some of the most unconventional press releases this writer has ever seen...