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Friday Apr 11 | Brooklynvegan

The Heavy Lowdown: Opeth, Tombs, Mayhem, Diocletian, White Widows Pact, weekend shows & more

Long-running Swedish prog metallers Opeth have announced that they will release their 11th album, Pale Communion , on June 17. Meanwhile, local black/death heavyweights Tombs have released a trailer for their upcoming third album, Savage Gold , which will be out on June 10 and which is now available for preorder .

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Related Topix: Brooklyn, NY, New York, NY, Metal, Theater, Arts, Canada,

Friday Apr 11 | Brooklynvegan

What's going on Friday? (Carcass, EMA, Actress, Kevin Barnes,...

Carcass, The Black Dahlia Murder, Gorguts, Noisem @ Best Buy Theater Fellow veteran death metal bands Carcass and Gorguts reignited their careers with new albums last year that were not only better than most people expect from reunion albums, but just two of the best metal albums of the year in general.

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Related Topix: Death-Metal, Carcass, Metal, Gorguts, Theater, Arts

Wed Apr 09, 2014

Metro Times

Best Non-Story About Clocks

Ryan Knight, guitarist with local metal band the Black Dahlia Murder, has been nominated for the "Dimebag Darrel Shredder" award at the Metal Hammer magazine Golden Gods 2014.

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Related Topix: Watches, Metal, Metal Hammer, Wayne State University

Mon Mar 31, 2014

303 Magazine

Decibel Magazine Tour Featuring Carcass: Summit Music Hall

Every Spring, Decibel Magazine, the final word on underground metal in the US, puts together a special tour highlighting some of the most revered classic and well-known metal ban ds, as well as a few exciting up-and-coming acts.

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Related Topix: Carcass, Death-Metal, Metal, Gorguts

Sun Mar 30, 2014

The Pordland Mercury

Tonight in Music: The War on Drugs, Anne, Carcass/Noisem & More

THE WAR ON DRUGS, WHITE LACES With Lost in the Dream , the War on Drugs have released their third straight classic, one in which mastermind Adam Granduciel fashions intricate layers of studio tracks into brimming, wide-eyed Heartland rock epics.

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Related Topix: The Drugs, Pop/Rock, Ballroom, Heartland, Metal, Dahlia

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