PREMIERE: Mathcore Project The Sound That Ends Creation Tackles Political Apathy In “This Is Your Brain On Propaganda”

Anyone else remember the good ol' days of mathcore and grindcore on Myspace circa 2008? Chaotic hardcore, grindcore, and deathcore blended in a menagerie of inaccessible weirdness. The Dillinger Escape Plan, Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza, Psyopus, See You Next Tuesday, and The Number Twelve Looks Like You were among some of the highlights. They just don't make metal like that much anymore, and what's troubling is that only one of those five bands will be active come 2017 --- No. 12 --- and they've broken up once before already.
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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'.
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Smells Like Tony Danza

Bands risk a certain amount of critique when covering another band's work, especially when the cover is cross-genre. Oh, and on top of that, make it a song that everyone on the face of the planet has heard a mi... Read More...