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2018-04-07 Rivers of Nihil - Miami

Rivers Of Nihil Live Photos From The Ground In Miami, FL

For death metal fans, the most prominent tour of the spring has been blanketing the United States featuring Dying Fetus, Thy Art is Murder, Rivers of Nihil, and Enterprise Earth. Photographer Juan Hernandez was on the ground at The Ground in Miami, Florida, to capture the action when the tour rolled into town on April 7. Following are photos of Rivers

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Weedeater, Primitive Man, Speedwolf On Tap For Denver’s Electric Funeral Fest III

Electric Funeral Fest will return to Denver, Colorado, this summer for its third installment featuring performances by Speedwolf, Weedeater, and hometown favorites Primitive Man. The festival will be held June 29-30 at 3 Kings Tavern, Hi Dive, and a new, third venue, Mutiny Information Cafe. Single-day tickets are $32, and two-day tickets are $60. They are available at: http://www.electricfuneralfestiii.eventbrite.com . The

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Goatwhore Joining Satyricon’s U.S. Tour

The personal choices by some metallers continues to come with a price tag, and this time Inquisition is paying by being booted off of the Satyricon‘s U.S. tour. The ouster comes amid allegations that Jason “Dagon” Weirbach’s charged with child pornography. There is a silver lining, however, and that is that New Orleans’ Goatwhore have been added to the tour that

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Gruesome Find Some “Spiritual Healing” With Lyric Video For “A Waste Of Life”

Matt Harvey and his fellow Death-worshipers in Gruesome return this June with their sophomore release, entitled Twisted Prayers. It only takes one look at the cover to see where they are coming from on this album. While Savage Land was fueled by Death‘s 1988 release, Leprosy, Twisted Prayers is an homage to 1990’s Spiritual Healing. The album features cover art by the

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Goatwhore’s Ben Falgoust Talks Diving, Dying, And Lovecraft In Interview From 70,000 Tons Of Metal

47°9′S 126°43′W According to H.P. Lovecraft, this is the location of R’lyeh as indicated in his Call of Cthulhu. According to Goatwhore’s Ben Falgoust, this is where he wants his body sent post-mortem (given that “buried” is totally inappropriate for this conversation). To add to the irony of this conversation, we are miles and miles out at sea aboard the

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Dark Buddha Rising Offer Trailer For “II” EP

Listeners can always count on Neurosis‘ Neurot Recordings to shine a light on the deepest, darkest recesses of the world to illuminate intriguing metal. The newest installment from the cutting-edge label is II from Dark Buddha Rising, a Finnish collective that ply a brand of psychedelic doom that is as heady as it sounds. Chariot of the Black Moth have

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The Black Dahlia Murder, Whitechapel Announce Co-Headline Tour

The Black Dahlia Murder and Whitechapel have announced a monster co-headlining tour that will run from coast to coast during June and July. Support will be provided by Fleshgod Apocalypse, Aversions Crown, and Shadow Of Intent, making for a crushing bill. If that wasn’t enough, fans will be treated to a full performance of The Black Dahlia Murder‘s Nightbringers album, while Whitechapel

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Neurosis Announce Summer European Tour

Neurosis have announced that they will be returning to Europe this summer for for a handful of festival shows and club performances. Hellfest and Graspop are on the itinerary, along with performances in Czech Republic, Denmark, and an appearance in Sweden with Wolves in the Throne Room. Deafkids, who are signed to Neurosis‘ Neurot Recordings, will be supporting the band

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Sea Legs: Goatwhore’s Zach Simmons And His Karaoke Dreams

New Orleans’ Goatwhore will be taking the stage on 70,000 Tons of Metal, and we couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity to see them perform twice over the course of four days. Not only is there a place for New Orleans in our blackened hearts, but are also huge fans of these miscreants. With the cruise only a few

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Neurosis Announce Summer European Tour

Neurosis have announced that they will be returning to Europe this summer for for a handful of festival shows and club performances. Hellfest and Graspop