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Brutal Assault XXI (Day 2)

Moving on from the first day, I came pretty much on time for the first band, so for this day and the next, I had a lot of time to spend at the festival. 1,646 more words

2016

Max & Igor Cavalera Reveal Dates For Their “Return To Roots” Tour

Max & Igor Cavalera have officially revealed the dates for their “Roots” 20th anniversary tour, which they are calling “Return To Roots.” The brothers will be performing Sepultura’s “Roots” in its entirety, along with a band rounded out by Marc Rizzo (Soulfly) and Johny Chow (Cavalera Conspiracy). 309 more words

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Corpsegrinder (Cannibal Corpse), Adam Dutkiewicz (Killswitch Engage), & Shannon Lucas (Ex-The Black Dahlia Murder) Set Serpentine Dominion As The Name Of Their New Project

George ‘Corpsegrinder’ Fisher (Cannibal Corpse), Adam Dutkiewicz (Killswitch Engage) and Shannon Lucas (ex-The Black Dahlia Murder) have officially revealed that their new project is called Serpentine Dominion. 16 more words

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Abhorrent- Violent Debut "Intransigence"

Abhorrent debut album, Intransigence, was released on November 20th, 2015 via Willowtip Records. The record was mastered and mixed by Mike Garrison at Sound Crater Recording. 360 more words

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ASPHALT GRAVES Streaming New Album "The New Primitive"

Deathgrind supergroup Asphalt Graves (Misery Index, GWAR, etc) have premiered their forthcoming debut album, The New Primitive, at Revolver. The record will officially be released this Friday, July 8, via Vitriol Records and can be purchased  50 more words

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ASPHALT GRAVES Streaming New Track "The New Primitive"

Deathgrind supergroup Asphalt Graves (Misery Index, etc) have premiered the title track to their upcoming debut album, The New Primitive, at Metal Injection. 42 more words

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ASPHALT GRAVES Streaming New Track "No Feast (Without Cruelty)"

Deathgrind supergroup Asphalt Graves (Misery Index, ex-Dying Fetus, The Black Dahlia Murder, etc) have premiered a new track from their upcoming debut LP, 43 more words

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