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The self titled album by IIIz is an amazing creation, and it places itself far beyond being unique in the EDM genre. This is an entire band that plays EDM which usually breaks the mainstream of just seeing a DJ playing the genre on stage. Comment?
You can have Sex with Strangers, dance to YACHT's scientific disco or get delicious goat biryani on the cheap [PRIMAL PUNK] Baltimore is a weird town. So it makes since that, as Baltimore natives, Ed Schrader's Music Beat makes weird music. Comment?
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has teamed up with hardcore punk rock band BL'AST to record their first new material in more than 20 years. The California band released their last album, "Take the Manic Ride," in 1989, and Grohl will feature on drums on a new two-track EP called For "Those Who've Graced the Fire!," along with Black Flag member Chuck Dukowski on bass. Comment?
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has teamed up with hardcore outfit Bl'ast! for their first new material in over 20 years. The group released their last album 'Take the Manic Ride' in 1989, now returning to two-track EP 'For Those Who've Graced the Fire!'. Comment?
Long-dormant hardcore act Bl'ast! unleashed their new EP 'For Those Who've Graced the Fire!,' featuring Dave Grohl and Black Flag's Chuck Dukowski Long dormant hardcore act Bl'ast! have unleashed their new two-track EP For Those Who've Graced the Fire! , the Santa Cruz band's first new music in over 20 years. For the EP, original Bl'ast! members Cliff Dinsmore and Mike Neider teamed up with founding Black Flag bassist Chuck Dukowski and Dave Grohl , who played drums, mixed and recorded the EP at his Studio 606. Comment?
Formed in the early '80s, BL'AST took the wide-open experimental streak of Black Flag and expanded the sonic template to include all manner of skronks and squalls while still raging in the old hardcore way. This naturally caught the ear of SST, who released three BL'AST albums: The Power Of Expression , It's in My Blood , and Take the Manic Ride . Comment?
Degradations recently had eight cuts of its sludgy take on doom metal recorded live at Wizkid Sound . Highlights include three rough takes of brand new songs. Comment?
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