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Quickies: Slipknot's #HotMoshingTake, Christopher Lee's Christmas hilarity and more

It’s Quickies time! I’m coming in a bit early with these, but no matter–let’s see what we missed in metal today:


Photos: Deafheaven, Programm @ The Opera House

Photos by: Samantha Wood – 

San Francisco-based black metal band Deafheaven, who released their second album, Sunbather, on June 11th, 2013 via Deathwish, the cover artwork of which was designed by Nick Steinhardt of Touché Amoré, performed at The Opera House in Toronto last night with Toronto-based psychedelic shoegaze band Programm for the final date of the Converse Rubber Tracks tour, which featured five emerging artists who have all recorded at a Converse Rubber Tracks “pop-up” studio in each city and have been hand selected by Deafheaven to serve as the supporting act.   135 more words


Nas, Judas Priest, Deafheaven, And More Photos From Fun Fun Fun Fest

I’ve been to enough music festivals to know that I don’t like music festivals. They’re expensive and crowded and no one’s actually there to listen to the music and girls in flower crowns and guys in Indian headdresses and, oh god, I’m 100 years old, aren’t I? 250 more words


Interview - Perfect Pussy

When I ring through to Perfect Pussy‘s Shaun Sutkus, he’s busy watching the Akira Kurosawa epic Ran, after receiving a pretty excellent recommendation. 1,764 more words

Quickies: Slipknot top the charts, free Deafheaven shows and more

Little bit late on this, with Corey unexpectedly being summoned to Boston for work things today. Oh well, such is life. Here are your Quickies: 228 more words


Review: Woods of Desolation - As the Stars

Has it really been two years since I’ve reviewed a new album? The fact came as a bit of surprise, but here it is late October and I’m staring at a massive horde of 2014 releases that I’ve barely cracked. 717 more words

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New Music: Frameworks - Fell in Love with a Girl

Yes it is, and yes it is I think I’ll say before anything. We missed its release on October 7th, but sometimes things are too good to ignore, so the chance to share FLorida Melodic Hardcore five piece Frameworks covering The White Stripes ‘Fell in love with a girl’ can’t be passed up. 191 more words