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Fans of terrifyingly stacked frontmen and/or crushing hardcore take note; there is a new Harm’s Way video. The Chicago powerhouses are set to release their new album, Rust, through Deathwish on March 10th but before that you have to watch their new video for ‘Amongst The Rust’. It is definitely not what I expected before watching. For starters, frontman Hammers McPligue has a shirt on! Unreal, I know. Get the video after the jump as always people.

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If you’ve listened to Archspire, a native-to-Vancouver technical death metal band whose LP last year, The Lucid Collective, was both a personal favorite and a well-received album in general, chances are you’ve noticed how ridiculously fast their vocalist is. Now, to further exemplify his skill, the band have released a…unique playthrough of track ‘Fathom Infinite Depth’ from said album.  Head on over the jump for a one of a kind vocal (?) playthrough of the track.


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We hate to say “we told you so” but we bloody well told you so! When electronic post-rock enigmas Nordic Giants signed to Kscope last year, we knew only good could come of it. Now, the two have announced a full album, titled A Seance of Dark Delusions, and a full UK tour in support of that album. Head on over the jump for not only the dates, but also a beautiful teaser trailer and a new track!

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Even after getting to sit down and chat with Barney Greenway from Napalm Death a few weeks ago, I still had a lot of questions about the band’s furious and incredible new record, Apex Predator – Easy Meat. It’s no secret that Napalm have been an intensely topical, political, and humanitarian band over the years, but with their breakneck speeds and animalistic vocal delivery sometimes their ideas can be a bit hard to decipher. Luckily, Century Media Records has just released a track-by-track analysis of every single track on the new album! Check it out below:

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The latest in D’Addario Canada’s Warehouse Jamz series is a must-see for percussion enthusiasts and Protest the Hero fans alike. As if it wasn’t already bad-ass enough for Father Henry Carr Percussion to cover the Volition banger ‘Clarity’ (was personally pretty stoked on this when it first surfaced a couple of weeks ago), D’Addario brought in Mike Ieradi to take the bad-assery to a whole new level. Check it out after the jump!

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It is no secret I am an enormous fan of Aminals. The Massachusetts raconteurs entered our ear holes with last years terrific Dead Air before releasing an excellent video for my own favourite track from the album, ‘Dirty Habits’. Their unpredictable songs and barrage of riffs, licks and hooks is addictive as hell; I can’t stop listening to this mother. We now, to share with you, an animated video for the albums first real track, ‘Bitchcraft’. Catch this cartoon caper after the jump. View Full Article »


For the first time in 20 years, Soundgarden dug deep into their old catalog and brought back “Birth Ritual,” the 1992 single from the film Singles. This performance at Australia’s Soundwave Festival is said to be only the second time they’ve performed the song live, having it first appear way back when in 1992, but they have put it into their live sets at further Soundwave appearances.

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Supergroups! What’s the deal with them? I honestly don’t know, as most of them are disappointed to say the least (I’m looking at you, Adrenaline Mob). However, the rare gem does present itself and Killer Be Killed is a fine example. Consisting of Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan), Juan Montoya (MonstrO),  Max Cavalera (Soulfly), Troy Sanders (Mastodon) and, for this performance only, Ben Koller of Converge on the drums, this band is a who’s who list of metal. And they sound damn good. Apparently, they can also pull their weight on the stage as recent footage of Australia’s Soundwave Festival shows. Head on below the jump for the video!

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Did I make this joke already? I’m positive I made this joke already. Wait, no, I did not. Thank goodness.

Alright! With ERRA on the rise, having signed to Sumerian Records and recently wrapping up a tour with August Burns Red, it only seems fitting to further promote their djenty goodness with more music videos! Stagnant music videos are underwhelming at best, with lyric videos just barely a cut above in most cases, but full-fledged music videos, if done right, are usually pretty interesting!

ERRA were proud to reveal the music video for “Warrior” through Guitar World.

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If you were missing Ashe O’Hara after his departure from TesseracT, worry not—he will still be making music and providing you with his dulcet tones! As proof, he comes bearing vocal gifts on Dzyen‘s “As One,” the first single from the upcoming full length It’s Pronounced ‘Zen’, due out in mid-2015.

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