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LA Guns: Ticket for L.A. Guns ft. Tracii Guns and Phil Lewis

June 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Meet and greets now available at select shows , here is a link to the first one Please make sure to check for a show near you Find tickets for L.A. Guns ft. Tracii Guns and Phil Lewis showing at the The Rockpile West – Toronto, CA Monday Jul 16, 7:00PM Tickets starting at $45 available via Read more: [read on]

Listen to Clutch’s New Song “How to Shake Hands”

June 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Firm, but not vice grip-tight — that’d be my answer. No one likes shaking hands with a wet noodle, but no one enjoys their bones being crushed together either. Medium! A nice, solid handshake is all it takes. What do Clutch think on the matter? Well, you’ll need to listen to their new song “How to Shake Hands” to find out. This one made its way into Clutch’s live set last year so die-hards will likely already know it, but it’s always rewarding to hear the finished studio versions of new songs nonetheless. It premiered on BBC Radio 1‘s Rock Show With Daniel P Carter, and while the show’s [read on]

This New Song from Khôrada (ex-Agalloch, ex-Giant Squid) is “Gold”

June 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Khôrada, the new project featuring three dudes who used to be in Agalloch (guitarist Don Anderson, bassist Jason Walton, and drummer Aesop Dekker) and one dude who used to be Giant Squid (vocalist Aaron John Gregory), have released a second single from their first album, Salt. It’s called “Glacial Gold,” and it’s probably much closer in sound to what fans were expecting from this project than it’s predecessor, “Ossify,” was. Moodier than an adolescent (Gregory really let his inner Pete Steele loose for this one), “Gold” is still not quite an amalgamation of the members’ [read on]

Stream Cavern’s Latest Full-Length Eater, Their First as a Duo

June 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Airy post-rock Cavern are back with their first release as a duo, and today you can stream their latest full-length Eater. We last saw the band as a three-piece with 2015’s Outsiders, but the pared down lineup does nothing to hold back the frenzied segues and expansive atmospheres built by the current lineup of guitarist Zach Hawkins and drummer Stephen Schrock. Opener “Monongalia” quickly establishes the tone for the album as a whole while giving a little nod to the band’s regional origins in Oakland, MD. The album, like their previous efforts, was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Grimoire Records’ head and only honcho Noel [read on]