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Mutilation Rites Keep to the DIY Side of the New York Underground
New York City and Brooklyn in particular have rapidly developed into a metal mecca of a certain kind -- 'hipster metal' dominates, while the underground is left to its own diabolical devices. The N.Y.C. black metal scene is full of bands that embrace technicality, progression and more often than not, pretension...
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...
Cleric, ‘Regression’ — New Album
For the astutely aware, a Cleric full-length has been something of a long wait. But for those unaware of a band with this kind of dynamic compositions, please read on as well. 'Regressions' is the first proper long player from the Philadelphia-based act, who've released two self-produced EPs and the much-praised two-song 12-inch 'Cumberland...
Krallice Already Recording Third Album, Debut Two New Songs Live
On April 10, 2008, I went to a Dysrhythmia show at a venue called Luna Lounge. But before the trio went on, another band with guitarist Colin Marston played. At the time, this writer thought, "How many bands could this dude possibly be in?!" Yet, exactly 21 months later, I found myself standing in front of the same exact stage watching that same band -- which at this point in time has be
Edifice Say Lit Lounge Is Too Small for a Circle Pit
Dec. 7 marked another brutal night at Curran Reynold's weekly Precious Metal showcase. Dysrhythmia's riff designer and creator Kevin Hufnagel played a bunch of old school death metal and thrash in between hellish sets from Grind Bastard, Edifice, Flourishing and Humanity Falls...

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