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I love a good onslaught of heavy just as much as the next metal head, but since I love music in so many forms, I really appreciate a festival that brings together artists from all over the genre map. So I am drooling over the LEVITATION 2019 bill, happening this

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One band that helped define music for me in the 90’s was My Bloody Valentine! Out of all the bands on Creation, this was the group that meant the most to me and seeing them live is something I will never forget. So let’s step back to 1992 and witness My Bloody

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Chelsea Wolfe and Youth Code began their Southeastern tour dates in Austin, TX at the 92-year-old Paramount Theatre. Upon entry to the foyer, it was immediately questionable whether the venue had ever seen so many black clad patrons; however, Diamanda Galas had performed on the same stage in April. The

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Austin space rock trio EVIL TRIPLET are counting down to the launch of their debut album Otherworld via Super Secret Records, set to blast off into the cosmos this Friday, Feb 10th. Make sure you haven’t (or have?) had too many bongrips before listening to this record, because Evil Triplet have

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How can music this visceral, hostile and negating manage to put a grin on my face? It’s a phenomenon I can’t wrap my brain around. All I know is that it tends to happen most often when listening to to punk-indebted metal. Something about that crossover lends itself well to

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“I never thought I’d die in Texas.” This was the last thing that went through my mind before my friend Brett assured me that he was “fine” to drive after taking eight klonopins. Let me back up; recently, my roommate (his name is Chris, in case you care) and I

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