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Weedeater Will Play SXSW, Name Tour After Bassist’s Shotgun Injury
The almighty Weedeater have confirmed their presence for this year's South by Southwest festival/convention in Austin, Texas. The band will be bringing their fuzz and sludge alongside Rwake for the Tone Deaf showcase on March 20. The last time we heard from Weedeater was earlier in the year when frontman Dave Collins shot off one of his big toes while cleaning his favorite shotgun...
Rwake Love Liturgy, Played New Songs in New York
This writer has been hung up on an album that was released in 2007 for months. The album makes a trip to hell seem like a warm and spiritual journey. It's the kind of album that can really change lives and strike epiphanies. The album that I can't stop listening to is Rwake's 'Voices of Omens...
Shrinebuilder Play First New York Show
While Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Wino (Saint Vitus), Al Cisneros (Om, Sleep) and Dale Crover (Melvins) were combining their masterful minds below Bleeker Street, a line that included women in tall glittery boots, fishnets and bust-breaking corsets and men dressed just as club-ready was developing outside for a fetish party that was happening in the same venue...
Blackened Music Weekend Takes Hold of New York City
New York City's Blackened Music Series has announced a three-day mini-festival featuring Krallice, Liturgy, Skeletonwitch, Black Anvil, Rwake, Malkuth, Orphan and capped off by the premiere performance of doom supergroup Shrinebuilder. Set for November 13-15, the Blackened Weekend follows in the footsteps of the series' Repulsion/Brutal Truth and Sunn O)))/Southern Lord Showcase shows earlier this
Dark Castle Bring ‘Slow Southern Steel’ to New York
This year At A Loss Records gave us 'Spirited Migration.' Last Monday, the Precious Metal showcase gave us the live experience, when Dark Castle headlined a bill that included Malkuth, the Body and Orphan. The band played two New York City-area shows (the second was a week later at The Charleston)...
Southern Metal Gets Its Due in ‘Slow Southern Steel’
They've always done things a little different in the South, and that could not be more true than with the sweat-stained and whiskey-soaked sludge bands that make up the heavy music scene south of the Mason-Dixon Line. It's nothing new really, EyeHateGod has been doing it since 1988...

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