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Dirty Machinge Releases Official Music Video For “Further From You”

Los Angeles based Nu-Metal band Dirty Machine has released the official music video for their single, “Further From You.” Directed and edited by Ron Underwood from 9Electric, “Further From You” was produced by Ulrich Wild (Deftones, Static-X, Pantera, White Zombie, Breaking Benjamin, Limp Bizkit) and was mastered by Gentry Studer …

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RAVEN BLACK Announce Pre-Order for Upcoming ’13’ Album, Due Out 5/10/2018

LA based Theatrical Metal Band RAVEN BLACK has announced the pre-order launch for their highly anticipated 2nd album, 13. The incredibly visual quartet has also released the pre-order for their debut comic book, A Dark Metal Carnival: The Beginning and has begun booking their Spring tour set to launch in May. “Monster” is available to …

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Precious Child Releases Surreal, NSFW “WHOLE” Music Video!

Experimental video and musical artist Precious Child has released a provocative, NSFW new music video debuting their new release “WHOLE.” Created in collaboration with transmasculine multimedia digital artist/director Cade, and premiered on Paper Magazine, the video explores body horror, dysmorphia and abstraction of gender and identity in Precious’ vivid visual style. “I directed ‘WHOLE’ …

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Interview: Karabas Barabas and the ‘Return of the Sexy Demon’

Enigmatic Brooklyn alt-rockers Karabas Barabas are anything but mainstream.  A fusion of Primus‘s funky, pulsating basslines, Gogol Bordello‘s raw energy, The Dickie‘s fun take on aggressive punk rock rage, and Mr. Bungle‘s discordant melody structure, Karabas Barabas is a breath of fresh air in the Indie Rock scene, eschewing the tired trends defining radio rock today. Their …

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UNDERGROUND INC.: Members of White Zombie, Queens Of The Stone Age, Primus, Ministry and More Expose Truths About the 90’s Music Industry

It was the early 90’s – seemingly out of nowhere, a little grunge band called Nirvana began outselling massive commercial artists like Michael Jackson. This immediately caught the attention of the giant record companies. These small underground bands branded as ‘alternative’ or ‘post-punk’, went from being inconsequential to being potential …

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