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EVIL JON’S TOP 10 OF 2013

Musician and writer Evil Jon brings a unique perspective to the reviews he pens, and one thing is certain: he really digs prog metal. Following are the man’s top releases of 2013, in no particular order. PROTEST THE HERO : VOLITION   TURRIGENOUS : BLACK STONE OPUS   DETHKLOK : METALOCALYPSE: THE DOOMSTAR REQUIEM – A KLOK OPERA   SCALE

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TURRIGENOUS “BLACK STONE OPUS”

Turrigenous is one of the best progressive bands in existence. This is a fact, not an opinion. The only problem is that not enough people in the world know it. My hope is that this review will help to turn a few more heads in the direction of this amazing band and their newly released full-length album Black Stone Opus.

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6 Bands You Should Know About

6 BANDS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT AND MIGHT NOT

It’s no secret that in the metal blogging world we pseudo-journalists have a great deal of access to an arsenal of music.  With that exposure comes accessibility to some of the best and worst music available, and we do our best to help take the shining stars (in our opinion) and show them to you.  At SkullsNBones we post about

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HAIL OF THE WEEK – TURRIGENOUS

Turrigenous are: Greg Giordano (vocals/guitar), Mark “The Sorcerer” Dara (drums), John Vullo (guitar). Just when I thought I’d heard every thrash band in New York, a buddy of mine tipped me off to Turrigenous. Now, I like to think that I have my finger on the pulse of the local scene, but these guys somehow managed to slip past my

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EVIL JON’S TOP 10 OF 2013

Musician and writer Evil Jon brings a unique perspective to the reviews he pens, and one thing is certain: he really digs prog metal. Following

TURRIGENOUS “BLACK STONE OPUS”

Turrigenous is one of the best progressive bands in existence. This is a fact, not an opinion. The only problem is that not enough people

HAIL OF THE WEEK – TURRIGENOUS

Turrigenous are: Greg Giordano (vocals/guitar), Mark “The Sorcerer” Dara (drums), John Vullo (guitar). Just when I thought I’d heard every thrash band in New York,