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Misery Index Prove Metal Is Alive and Well at CMJ
Misery Index Prove Metal Is Alive and Well at CMJ
When I entered the dark, cave-like Fontanas, Rhode Islanders Howl just finished moving their gear off the stage, which meant Complete Failure was minutes away from sonically demolishing a room full of CMJ-ers. It also meant I missed death metallers Gloominous Doom, who started the night off after Crystal Antlers, Nebula and Naam played the BrooklynVegan day showcase...
Quest for Fire’s Andrew Gunn Has No Problem With Goverment Funding Up North
Quest for Fire’s Andrew Gunn Has No Problem With Goverment Funding Up North
You sell merch, you hope for some cash from the door, and maybe get some gambling going on. These are the assumed ways to pay for life on the road; except bands in Canada have another option: government funding with the Cultural Sector Grant (more known as Promart) that aids bands that leave the great north crossing boarders...
Brooklyn Heavy Psych Band Naam Unveil Artwork, Debut New Song for Village Voice
Brooklyn Heavy Psych Band Naam Unveil Artwork, Debut New Song for Village Voice
As part of a spotlight on this psych-rock buzz band, the Village Voice has posted a sneak peak of their Oct. 20 debut album on its blog. Featuring artwork by Ryan Hamilton and a new track entitled 'Skyling Slip,' the Village Voice calls Naam "kraut-metal crushers" who "take the trippiest part of your favorite Hawkwind song and stretch it like space-taffy into hypnotic, riff-driven m