• PUSTANJE U EU-TER :S 10///06///11

    10 Jun 2011, 18:01 by umobolan

    Feedle - her brain goes global (live)
    Nikad - this letter say
    Digital Leather - sponge
    Ampere - tiny victories
    Eyehategod - blank
    Khann - heroic dosage
    Caravels - girth impression
    Ggle Highs - gnomes
    Buzzov*en - done
    Nitad - grazon
    I Do Not Love - may
    Ford & Lopatin - surrender
    Engineer - bruised blue collar
    Xander Harris - when the hammer starts to swing
    For Hours And Ours - arise, ye captains of industry
    Lust for Youth - sickness
    Funeral Diner - it is good that we never met
    Led Er Est - may
    Daniel Striped Tiger - goldwood
    Zeke - let's get drugs
    Zeke - i don't give a fuck
    Small Brown Bike - you always knew me
    Felix Kubin - stelle am mund
    The Assassinators - dilemma
    Tang - she died in june
    Dananananaykroyd - muscle memory
    Indian Summer - orchard
  • 2011

    27 Feb 2011, 23:14 by Adrian347

    I. End of year lists
    II. Albums I listened to (plus those I deleted)
    III. EPs, splits and singles I listened to
    IV. Albums I didn't get to
    V. EPs, splits and singles I didn't get to

    Thanks to anyone who reads this. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

    I. TOP 20 LPs OF 2011!

    1. Radiohead – The King of Limbs
    2. Touché Amoré – Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me
    3. Africa Hitech – 93 Million Miles
    4. Thursday – No Devolución
    5. Trap Them – Darker Handcraft
    6. Shabazz Palaces – Black Up
    7. Battles – Gloss Drop
    8. Colin Stetson – New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges
    9. James Blake – James Blake
    10. Bon Iver - Bon Iver
    11. St. Vincent - Strange Mercy
    12. Andrew Jackson Jihad - Knife Man
    13. Braids - Native Speaker
    14. Funeral for a Friend - Welcome Home Armageddon
    15. Mogwai - Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will
    16. Defeater - Empty Days & Sleepless Nights
    17. Death Grips - Exmilitary
    18. Zomby - Dedication
    19. The Antlers - Burst Apart
    20. Balam Acab - Wander / Wonder
  • HERO DESTROYED: Announce Additional Tour Dates

    1 Nov 2010, 20:08 by RelapseRecords

    Pittsburgh, PA’s Hero Destroyed has announced more details about their upcoming northeast U.S. tour in support of their brand new album Throes. Joining Hero Destroyed for the duration of the run is Scion ‘No Label Needed’ winners Iron Thrones. The bands will also be joined by guests Engineer, Mose Giganticus, Fight Amp, Manic Ritual and more in select cities. A complete listing of Stereokiller, Vader, Sick Drummer, Metal Insider, and sponsored tour dates can be found below.

    Hero Destroyed are currently streaming Throes in its entirety at this location: Throes saw its North American release in late August on CD and digitally. Additional release information can be found here.

    HERO DESTROYED Tour Dates:

    ***All dates from Nov. 12 thru 20 w/ IRON THRONES***

    Nov. 12 Pittsburgh, PA Howlers Coyote Café (w/ MANIC RITUAL, Necrolysis)
    Nov. 13 Rochester, NY Bug Jar (w/ Like Wolves, CURL & DRAG)
  • "You need to expand your musical horizons."

    1 Jun 2010, 01:25 by kurashu

    I hate hearing this. I really do, especially when it comes from someone who listens to all the same stuff. Yeah, I listen to . I listen to a lot of metal: , , , , . Why is that such a bad thing? It's not the only thing I listen to, but other genres get the backseat while metal gets to ride shotgun.

    Why is it bad when a metalhead listens to primarily metal but it's perfectly acceptable for ////et cetera to listen to primarily/just those genres?

    And it's not just that people feel the need to tell me I need to expand my musical horizons, it's that they go out of their way to tell me. It's one thing when I say, "Hey, do you know anything that's not metal I might like?" Or when my girlfriend goes, "I think you might like this band, check 'em out sometime." But for a random stranger to tell me that I should expand my musical horizons…
  • FUCK THE FACTS: Announce July Tour Dates; See New Vinyl Release

    24 Jun 2009, 21:11 by RelapseRecords

    Fuck the Facts has announced a handful of tour dates for July in support of their latest full-length Disgorge Mexico. These dates will include appearances at the Hostile City Death Fest in Philadelphia and Central Illinois Metalfest as well as a special ‘Show No Mercy’ Brooklyn, NY show with Anal Cunt, Locrian and more on July 5th. Additional details on the Brooklyn show can be found here: A listing of confirmed FTF tour dates and cities can be found below.

    Fuck the Facts recently saw the vinyl release of Disgorge Mexico on June 9th courtesy of Stillborn Records. The limited edition LP is available in both white and black vinyl. Photos and additional details on the release can be found via the band’s MySpace page: Audio samples taken from Disgorge Mexico can be heard now via this media player.

    FUCK THE FACTS Tour Dates:

    July 3 Sharon Springs, NY The Fireside
  • Prologue to the campaign.

    19 Mar 2009, 17:49 by xShedx

    Into The Moat - The CampaignRelease Date: March 17th, 2009Record Label: Metal Blade RecordsСформированная в мае 2001го в Ft. Lauderdale, Florida ударником Matthew Gossman'ом, Into The Moat стартовали как one-man project. Gossman играл партии всех инструментов, завербовал вокалиста Brett'а Slutsky и начал писать песни для их первого демо. Но спустя некоторое время Slutsky ушел из группы, чтобы строить карьеру дизайнера, но Gossman не пал духом, а пригласил своих школьных друзей Kit'а Wray'я (bass), Steve'а Walbroehl'а (guitar) и Earl'а Ruwell'а (vocals) для дебютного выступления Into The Moat. Вот так собственно сказка и зародилась.
    Далее последовали небольшие перетурбации в составе, многочисленные выступления, запись EP в 2003 году, подписание на лейбл Metal Blade, выпуск роскошного дебютного альбома в 2005. И вот спустя 4 года, группа разродилась новым полноценным альбомом.
  • TOMBS: Announce Radio Appearances; U.S. Tour Dates With PELICAN

    11 Feb 2009, 00:29 by RelapseRecords

    Brooklyn, NY”s Tombs will be performing on WKDU 91.7’s “Dawn of the Apocalypse” show tomorrow, Wednesday February 11th. “Dawn of the Apocalypse” airs every Wednesday beginning at 11:00 am EST with host Kim Kelly. Tombs’ set can also be heard online at

    Tombs will also be performing live on WFMU 91.1 on Thursday, February 12th as part of “Diane’s Kamikaze Fun Machine” show. This show airs every Thursday from 3:00 to 5:00 pm EST. Tombs’ set can be streamed live at

    Additionally, Tombs have announced a two-week tour alongside Pelican, covering the western U.S. and including a stop at SXSW in Austin, TX. This tour will also include dredg on the first part of the tour, followed by Wolves in the Throne Room on the later half. A complete listing of Tombs tour dates can be found below with more to be announced soon.

    Tombs are touring in support of the forthcoming album and Relapse debut Winter Hours. Winter Hours will see a February 17th North American release date, February 23rd internationally. …
  • TOMBS: Premiere “Gossamer” Video; On Tour Now

    2 Feb 2009, 17:25 by RelapseRecords

    Brooklyn, NY's Tombs see the premiere of their first video from their forthcoming Relapse debut Winter Hours, for album-opener “Gossamer”, online now via Pitchfork.TV. The “Gossamer” video was shot in Brooklyn with director Kevin Custer (Kingdom of Sorrow, Testament, Soulja Boy) for Toaster In The Tub. Winter Hours will see a February 17th North American release date, February 23rd internationally.

    Tombs have recently kicked-off a week of east coast dates with label-mates Dysrhythmia in support of Winter Hours. The band will also host a Winter Hours record release show on February 21st in Brooklyn, NY. A complete listing of Tombs tour dates can be found below with more to be announced soon.

    Tombs have posted a number of preview tracks from Winter Hours online now via the band’s MySpace page: including “Gossamer”, “The Divide”, and “Beneath The Toxic Jungle”.

    TOMBS Tour Dates:

    ***All dates from Feb. 2 thru 8 w/ DYSRHYTHMIA***

  • TOMBS: Post New Track, Kick-Off Tour

    30 Jan 2009, 19:35 by RelapseRecords

    Brooklyn, NY's Tombs have posted a third preview track from their forthcoming Relapse debut Winter Hours. The track, “The Divide”, can be heard online now via the band’s MySpace page: along with “Gossamer” and “Beneath The Toxic Jungle”. Winter Hours is set for a February 17th North American release date (February 23rd internationally).

    Tombs will kick-off a run of headlining shows tonight in Cambridge, MA, on their way to meet up with label-mates Dysrhythmia for a week-long east coast tour. The band has also announced a Winter Hours record release on February 21st in Brooklyn, NY. A complete listing of Tombs tour dates can be found below with more to be announced soon.

    TOMBS Tour Dates:

    January 30 Cambridge, MA The Democracy Center / Papercut Zine Library
    January 31 Rochester, NY North Street
    February 1 Rensselaer, NY Oddfellow’s Hall (w/ Defeatist)

    ***All dates from Feb. 2 thru 8 w/ DYSRHYTHMIA***
  • top movies of 2008!

    18 Jan 2009, 20:17 by Mastod0nman

    all rating out of 4.

    1. The Dark Knight - 3.8
    2. Wall-E - 3.8
    3. - 3.7
    4. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time 3.7
    5. Let The Right One In - 3.6
    6. Slumdog Millionaire - 3.6
    7. Mongol - 3.6
    8. Man on Wire - 3.5
    9. Waltz With Bashir - 3.5
    10. The Reader - 3.5
    11. Gran Torino - 3.3
    12. Ballast - 3.2
    13. Burn After Reading - 3.1
    14. The Machine Girl 3.1

    I still have a bunch of movies to watch so keep coming back!

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