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All Mosh, All Misery

2013 was a more than solid year for deathcore (a dirty word these days I understand but how else do you want me to describe it? Breakdeathscreamstep?) with releases from Fit For An Autopsy and Conducting From... Read More...
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The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza – Danza IIII: The Alpha – The Omega

More often than not, when a band decides to throw in the towel, it's after a rigorous touring cycle promoting their newest album, music videos, and the like. That, unfortunately, is not the case with The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza. Danza decided to call it quits long before the release of the aptly titled Danza IIII: The Alpha - The Omega. It is quite literally the beginning and ending of this incarnation of the band, seeing founding member Jesse Freeland performing the usual vocal duties and multi-intstrumentalist genius Josh Travis performing nearly everything on this album; from drums to bass to guitar and even vocals on the song 'Don't Try This At Home'.