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Review: Suicide Silence – “You Can’t Stop Me”

BAND: SUICIDE SILENCE

ALBUM: YOU CAN’T STOP ME

LABEL: CENTURY MEDIA

RELEASE DATE: JULY 15, 2014

RATING: 8.5/10You_Can't_Stop_Me_(Suicide_Silence)

 

With the tragic 2012 death of vocalist Mitch Lucker, Suicide Silence’s future was held in question. That question was answered with an announcement that Eddie Hermida (All Shall Perish) would be stepping up to fill Lucker’s role. On 2014’s You Can’t Stop Me, Hermida inherits the crown and wears it like the rightful heir.  Continue reading

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Tommy Ramone, Last Original Ramones Member, Dead at 65

10540858_10203306837785050_5140227897012198530_nTommy Ramone (born Tom Erdelyi) died on Friday night, July 11, 2014. His family noted the cause of death as “cancer of the bile duct,” according to the New York Times. Erdelyi was the original drummer for the Ramones, as well as a producer on later albums. The Ramones are respected by many as one of the most important bands of the punk movement, as well as forefathers of heavy music. The other three members of the Ramones died between the years of 2001-2004. The original members of the band had never reconciled.  Continue reading

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Review: The Last Remark – Fight to Live

IdtGysdl_400x400BAND: THE LAST REMARK

ALBUM: FIGHT TO LIVE

RELEASE DATE: JULY 3, 2014

LABEL: PH@ AIDAN RECORDS

GENRE: GLAM THRASH

RATING: 9/10

After years of demos and singles that didn’t quite capture the band’s energetic live sound, The Last Remark has unveiled its full length debut, Fight to Live. From start to finish, the album is a frantic blend of thrash and glam metal, mixed with metalcore and classic rock influences. The Last Remark is “Proud to Be Ashamed,” but of what? There is very little to be ashamed of on Fight to LiveContinue reading

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Interview: Brody Uttley Of Rivers Of Nihil

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We caught up with guitarist Brody Uttley from Rivers Of Nihil before their set outside of Firestone Live in Orlando, FL, we talked about touring, favorite music releases and more. Rivers Of Nihil wrapped up their tour supporting DevilDriver and Whitechapel, be sure to check out any future tour announcements from the band.
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Interview: Gary Mader Of Eyehategod

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I caught up with Gary Mader of Eyehategod outside of The Orpheum in Ybor City before their set, we talked about the band’s new self titled album, their new drummer, and more. Eyehategod just finished wrapping up their tour with Ringworm and Enabler, but they have plenty of touring coming up, so be on the lookout.
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