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New Track: "Eternal Leviathan" - High Reeper

Higher Reeper, the sophomore album from High Reeper, is scheduled for release on March 22 via Heavy Psych Sounds. Its menacing lead single, “Eternal Leviathan,” trudges and rumbles with a looming feel of heavy consequences. The impending destruction of society by a greater force is on the horizon. What remains in its aftermath will be revealed on the band's forthcoming record. (Photo by Marco Mosti)





Wounds "An Undead Awakening"

Wounds have released the first single, “An Undead Awakening”, from their forthcoming EP. This is the Progressive Death Metal of Rick Mora, Franco Caballero, Nate Burgard, and Neilus McHangusmengus, and the speed and aggression they play with is truly impressive.

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Industrial Rock

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Uniform
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/uniformnewyork/
Venue name: 
Market Hotel
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Industrial Rock

Time: 
20
Band name: 
Uniform
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Hair Puller Album Release

Hair Puller is releasing their debut full-length album “Old Friend” this Friday, November 16th. Listening to the pre-released singles, I wouldn’t be surprised if Satan himself had a hand in producing this album. Each song is full of searing vocals, riffs that flood the soundscape with a wrathful chaos, and lyrics that contains just enough emo-articulation to satisfy moody fans. The onslaught of heat is unrelentless throughout each song. In fact, the sheer force with which the band plays is so overwhelming that more than a few metal fans might break a neck mid head-bang.

“Old Friend” will be out on vinyl by Nadine Records, and out on cassette by Accident Prone records. The band will be playing a release show the following Saturday at Kenton Club. Maximum Mad, OVER, and Avola will also be playing sets.

-By Avril Carrillo 

 

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