Thoughtcrimes – Tap Night

It’s probably fair to say that many of us don’t fully want to admit to ourselves that there probably won’t be another Dillinger Escape Plan album.  But, as time stretches away from those final shows at the end of 2017, various members of the band are wheeling out their post-Dillinger…

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Disco Loadout: 2018 In Review

Four years ago, I started to keep a complete list of every band I saw. Three years ago, I began kicking myself for not starting that childishly simple task sooner. Never mind. At least I can tell you exactly what I got up to this year – with one important caveat. A…

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Dead Cross – Dead Cross

Over a decade since the last Fantômas record’s release, drum kit demolisher Dave Lombardo and anomaly of human nature Mike Patton reunite for Dead Cross, a project that brings in Retox’s Mike Crain on guitar and Justin Pearson on bass. Dead Cross originally did not feature Patton on vocals, originally…

Hey! Listen to Head Wound City!

In the most recent Heavy Blog playlist swap, Simon and I traded off on some pretty awesome bands, with one group in particular shining above the rest for me: Head Wound City, a noise supergroup containing members associated with bands like The Locust, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Retox, The Blood Brothers,…

Starter Kit: Modern Mathcore

I can already see the comments flowing: “Modern Mathcore? The fuck is that?” Yes, in a sense, modern mathcore is not a genre, but rather describes a specific time in the history of mathcore, much like the new waves of British and American Heavy Metal (1970-80’s and 2000’s-present, respectively). It’s…

PHOTOS: The Dillinger Escape Plan, Trash Talk, Retox — April 3rd @ Webster Hall in New York, NY & April 4th @ Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA

The Dillinger Escape Plan are one of the most destructive forces in live music, hands down. Largely unpredictable sets could see you and about a hundred others up on stage and/or various band members jumping off of large objects or climbing up to the ceiling. Joining them on their latest…