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CD review JONATHAN DAVIS 'Black Labyrinth'

(8/10) What came a bit of leftfield last week was the new album of Korn frontman Jonathan Davis. At least I haven’t had it on my list and the more I was excited to listen to the newest delivery of the charismatic Korn-frontman. 444 more words


Misha Mansoor On Periphery: “We Don’t Really Care About Being A Massive Band Or Making Crazy Money With The Music”

Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen recently made headlines after he said Periphery can be their “own worst enemy” when it comes to being more successful. His comments came as the band split with the label and after guitarist Misha Mansoor… 198 more words


Sumerian Records' Ash Avildsen Says Periphery Can Be “Their Own Worst Enemy” As The Band Split With The Label

Periphery guitarist Misha Mansoor recently made headlines after saying the band “make no money.” Now, during an appearance on Jamey Jasta’s “The Jasta Show,” Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen has discussed those comments, as well as his relationship with the group, who have apparently split with label. 1,335 more words


CANTO: Sleep, Periphery, ASG, and More

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Receiving the Evcharist: Between the Buried and Me and Johnnie Walker

Receiving the Evcharist is our weekly feature where we pair choice albums with our favorite libations.  Drink from the cup of heresy.  This week’s offering: … 452 more words

Daily Heresy

Gallery + Review: Black Map, Palaye Royale, and Pop Evil take on Little Rock, Ark.

On the evening of March 11, 2018, the Music Over Words Tour featuring Black Map, Palaye Royale, and Pop Evil stopped in Little Rock, Ark. at the Rev Room. 234 more words



Fast becoming a recognisable voice amongst the masses Oceano are rising up through the ranks in the world of Deathcore. In a genre that many could have thought to have been dead and buried, with the emergence of the likes of… 177 more words