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Dancing Chrome has much more of a danceable/industrial/synthpop vibe than your previous releases. I’m excited you took this route because it’s among the best synthpop I’ve heard in many years. What made you take this direction? Was it a natural progression? Thanks for the words. It’s hard for me to

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Emma Ruth Rundle has paid her dues in bands like Red Sparowes and Marriages and late last year released her solo album Marked For Death. I caught up with Emma after catching her powerfully moving set at Masquerade in Atlanta when she rolled through with Deafheaven and This Will Destroy

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Episode 3 of the CVLT CAST is live, and we’ve got a rad, intimate interview with MIKE IX of EYEHATEGOD for you! Mike tells us about his journey toward death and back to health and the stage as EYEHATEGOD’s front man, plus he picks 6 classics from his youth. You

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 The importance of Boston on the legacy of hardcore can’t be understated. Fuck the salad days, I say, and onward to the entree. Vein, an unhinged brood of metallic hardcore pummelers, are poised to take their unpredictability to the main stage. With sets lined up for both Sound and Fury

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Windhand and Satan’s Satyrs Tour starts tonight in Philly! Windhand: You recently moved to Richmond.  What do you think so far?  And what was the driving factor behind moving here? Satan’s Satyrs: The main reason for moving down was to be in the same city as my guitar player and drummer. Jarrett

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Can you feel it? There’s a seismic rumbling beneath the Atlantic… Higher Power from Leeds in the UK. Set to drop their debut LP Soul Structure on May 19th via Flatspot Records, this mosh crew’s fresh take on HxC is sure to please fans of all walks. Though I never dare say “clean,” the

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