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Dead Animal Assembly Plant is a horror theatre-inspired collaboration of prominent industrial rock musicians. Expanding as an open collective, the Portland, Oregon quartet currently comprises vocalist Zach Wager, multi-instrumentalist Eric Bergen, guitarist Regulo Junior, and bassist Rebecca Cliborne. Stylistics considered, a factor of equal merit lies in their cyber butcher …

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Album Review: CHICKENFOOT – Best + Live


What do you get when you mix the harmonies of Van Halen, the backbeat of The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and the shreddology of Joe Satriani? The answer? The “supergroup” Chickenfoot. Chocked full of amazing harmonies from Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony, solid drumming from Chad Smith, the pounding bass …

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Album Review: EMMURE – Look at Yourself


To say that the last couple of years were rough on Emmure frontman Frankie Palmeri would be an understatement. After suffering from strained vocal cords in early 2015, and a complete band defection in October of the same year, Palmeri has regrouped with a new band. On their seventh full-length, …

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Album Review: EVE TO ADAM – Odyssey

eve to adam

After a successful breakout release of Locked and Loaded in 2013, New York rock outfit, Eve to Adam, recently headed back into the studio to begin production on their sophomore release, Odyssey. Eve to Adam brought in heavy hitting producers Michael “Elvis” Baskette (Alter Bridge, Slash and Tremonti) and Zardonic, …

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Album Review: OBITUARY – Obituary


On their tenth studio release Death Metal stalwarts, Obituary, show no signs of aging, or slowing down. The eponymous Obituary is brutal from the opening track, “Brave” to the final track, “10,000 Ways to Die,” and all points in between are equally as crushing as the bookend tracks. Formed in …

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Album Review: 1968 – Fortuna Havana

1968 Fortuna Havana

With the influence of multiple major releases by iconic musicians like The Who, Sabbath and Deep Purple, just the name of the band, 1968, shows that this band is here to rock. Blending elements from the time when, what now is known as ‘Classic Rock,’ was dominating airwaves across the …

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