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The Cannibal Corpse, Unearth and Hate Eternal Interview — ”Creep Show’
The Cannibal Corpse, Unearth and Hate Eternal Interview — ”Creep Show’
Hatebreed, Cannibal Corpse, Unearth, Hate Eternal and Born of Osiris just crisscrossed North America, demonstrating the power of the package. And we're not referring to the virility and sexual prowess of the musicians -- despite Unearth guitarist Ken Susi's declaration at the beginning of our latest podcast, "I'm fertile, ladies," or his slightly unsettling fascination with Hate Eternal
”Creep Show’ Preview — Cannibal Corpse, Unearth, Hate Eternal
”Creep Show’ Preview — Cannibal Corpse, Unearth, Hate Eternal
For the year-end edition of ''Creep Show,' we followed the 'more is more' logic. We figured that if interviewing one artist a week is awesome, then talking to three bad-ass metal dudes would only triple the fun. So we recruited Cannibal Corpse drummer Paul Mazurkiewicz, Unearth guitarist Ken Susi and Hate Eternal frontman/producer extraordinaire Erik Rutan to join us in person in the studio... Re
Unearth March Special Edition of ‘The March’ in Stores
Unearth March Special Edition of ‘The March’ in Stores
"This special edition has a ton of edited DVD footage and webisode footage ranging from the making of and recording of 'The March,' documentary film from our midsummer Northeast run where we climbed back in the van for a small club tour, some late-night party stuff filmed during our tour with Testament this past June, four live performances from Wacken Open Air 2008 and videos for 'My Will B
Born of Osiris Reveal the Secret to Tour Success and Confidence
Born of Osiris Reveal the Secret to Tour Success and Confidence
Touring alongside heavyweights who dole out metal by the tonnage -- such as Hatebreed, Unearth, Cannibal Corpse and Hate Eternal -- has to be intimidating for the opening band Chicago's death metal warriors, Born of Osiris. The band revealed three highly effective measures that allow them to hold their own amongst their tourmates, all of which prevent them from freaking the hell out about the comp
Through the Eyes of the Dead Decide to Produce Their Own Album … Again
Through the Eyes of the Dead Decide to Produce Their Own Album … Again
So many bands aren't in control of their fates. But South Carolina deathcore mavens Through the Eyes of the Dead are taking matters into their own hands for their forthcoming album. And they are doing so by producing it themselves. That's a daunting task for any band, since a seasoned, experienced producer regularly offers invaluable input and guidance into the intimidating recording process... Re

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