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Cain Miller

Cain Miller is an aspiring writer who hopes to work his way up and gain notoriety for his material. Having written about film, television, music, and sports, Cain is always looking to gain as much experience as he can and continue to improve his writing abilities.

Interview: Atala

For their second full-length project, Labyrinth of Ashmedai, California trio Atala have put together an ambitious concept album that incorporates various elements of sludge metal, doom metal, and punk to make for an aggressive yet complex listen. In this interview, guitarist/vocalist Kyle Stratton and drummer Jeff Tedtaotao took the time to answer …

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Top Ten Albums of 2017

2017 has brought us a diverse assortment of releases. Whether is was groundbreaking debuts or mature, forward-thinking projects from already established artists, this year offered numerous surprising moments that left us with plenty to keep our speakers busy. Now that 2018 is here, I’ll take a look at some of …

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Album Review: Epicenter – Subversion

Thrash metal quartet Epicenter have returned with their second full-length album Subversion, a record that proves the band doesn’t succumb to hitting the sophomore slump. While Epicenter hold roots in thrash, their music contains musical influences that range from progressive metal to hardcore punk. The album opener, “Transcendence,” begins with …

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Interview: Death Rattle

New Hampshire metal act Death Rattle recently released their second full-length album Volition, a gritty piece of hard rock that encapsulates themes of aggression, hardship, and excitement. With Volition having dropped on October 20th, Death Rattle are currently touring across the U.S., putting on their memorable live performances. Here, lead …

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Interview: Chris Blackwood

Singer/songwriter Chris Blackwood recently released his self-titled debut album, a project that combines elements of folk and indie rock. Blackwood has performed countless gigs around Manchester and is now seeking global attention. Blackwood’s record is rather ambitious for a debut project considering that it’s a concept album focusing on the different …

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