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MPR Interview With Silver Tongue Devil (by Joshua Kruszyna)

SilverTongueDevil, a no-frills metal band from Dallas, Texas, have been a staple in their scene since 2005. With lyrics inspired by gothic literature and instrumentation that is merges raw, underground metal with hardcore punk, they have a sound that is definitely unique among their contemporaries. With three albums, multiple tours all over the Southwest, and …

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MPR Interview With Without Sacrifice (by Joshua Kruszyna)

For 10 years, Without Sacrifice have been delivering their unique brand of metal to the Kansas metal scene. Claiming to bridge boundaries between many different sub-genres of metal, these guys care little for what you call them – just don’t call them anything less than heavy! Fresh off of the release of their newest music …

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MPR Review Of Burdizzo-Acoustica Neuroma (by Joshua Kruszyna)

 Let’s not kid ourselves folks – metal is one of, if not the most, caustic musical genre in terms of instrumental intensity and, at times, lyrical content. Which makes total sense, given it’s counter-culture roots. That said, when breaking metal down to it’s individual sub-genres, grindcore amps that hostility and causticity up to absurd levels, …

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MPR Review Of Planet Graveyard-Mighty Master (by Joshua Kruszyna)

At it’s core, metal has always been about rebellion. Throughout the ages, metal songs have conveyed various messages about giving the one-finger salute to society, the government, and common decency itself. Metal cares not for coddling your sensibilities, and Planet Graveyard is a band that embraces this wholeheartedly. This beastly metalcore trio has been delivering …

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MPR Review Of Torrid Complex-Left Behind (by Joshua Kruszyna)

When you’re stressed out, and life weighs down on you with all its crap, nothing serves as a better outlet than some raging, pulse-pounding metal. If you’re reading this right now, I know you’ve been there. In fact, recent scientific studies show that listening to metal can provide something of a cathartic release – rather …

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MPR Review Of Disguise The Curse-Echoes Of A Dying Light (by Joshua Kruszyna)

Ah, good ol’ Massachusetts, my home for all 26 years I’ve been on this spinning ball of dirt. And what a great place for metalheads like me! Having birthed some of the defining metal acts of the past two decades (Killswitch Engage, All That Remains, Abnormality, etc.), hosting a thriving local scene, and containing some …

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MPR Review Of Serrabuhlo-Porntugal (by Joshua Kruszyna)

Despite what many people may think, metal isn’t always about violence, hatred, and other negative emotions or aspects of human existence. Sometimes metal can be light-hearted, about having fun, or just plain goofy. Yet this doesn’t always come at the expense of the heaviness and technicality that is associated with metal. Serrabulho, a grindcore band …

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