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Two New Holiday Songs From The Tossers

THE TOSSERS RELEASE TWO HOLIDAY TRACKS “Merry Christmas” and “Auld Lang Syne”   Famed for their gutsy and resolute blue-collared anthems, THE TOSSERS are stepping in a different direction by releasing two songs for the holiday season – an original, ‘Merry Christmas,’ and the traditional New Year’s poem ‘Auld Lang Syne,’ penned …

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We Were Sharks Premiere Music Video “Ashley”

WE WERE SHARKS PREMIERE MUSIC VIDEO “ASHLEY” New Album, Lost Touch, Coming February 23 New Tour Dates Announced   At just eighty-two seconds in length and loads of punk rock shenanigans, WE WERE SHARKS have released the raucous new video ‘Ashley,’ from their upcoming album Lost Touch. The album will be available February 23 through …

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SHATTERED SUN Signs with Victory Records; New England Metal & Hardcore Festival

Victory Records is proud to announce the signing of Texas metal ensemble SHATTERED SUN to their roster.   Hailing from Alice, TX, SHATTERED SUN quickly grabbed the attention of heavyweight management team Breaking Bands LLC, led by Adrenaline PR CEO Maria Ferrero, one of metal’s original architects, Jon Zazula, and …

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Comeback Kid – Belfast, Queen’s University 02/07/2014

According to those who know about such things (in this case Wikipedia), ‘metal fatigue’ refers to repeated progressive and localized structural damage that occurs when a material is subjected to cyclic loadings.  In the case of tonight’s gig, it could equally refer to the damage caused to the local metal …

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Sister Sin – Dance of the Wicked

Swedish Metal Band Sister Sin’s first album Dance of the Wicked was originally released in 2013. Ten years later it has been re-released by Victory Records. Now with, not only all 8 original tracks but, 3 previously unreleased demo tracks, and a bonus track featuring German Rock Goddess Doro Pesch. …

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Taproot – ‘The Episodes’

Taproot are very much the ‘lost children’ of the nu-metal era, the also-rans who never quite emulated the success of contemporaries such as (their former mentors) Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park, System Of A Down and Korn. Despite a few moments of glory – such as the poignant ‘Poem’, back in …

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