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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

Music Review

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


Tuesday Two Step: Thomas Rakowitz

With all the hip-hop and indie coverage over here at Irrational Confidence, it may surprise you to learn that I consider myself a bit of a metalhead as well. 527 more words

Irrational Confidence

Constantly Terrified: The Devil's Music, Part 2

Metal — the archetypal devil’s music — didn’t figure in my youth at all. In my parents’ minds, “metal” had frozen in time somewhere in the early 70s. 766 more words

Constantly Terrified

Dust Sculptures - Far Above The Pines (Review)

Dust Sculptures is a US Post-Black Metal band consisting of one person – this is his second release.

An album like this would be a very impressive achievement even if it was the product of a full band, never mind that this is all from one person. 292 more words