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Noisear Interview

Monday, January 17th, 2011

Noisear Interview Exclusive with Drummer Bryan Fajardo and long-time Guitarist Dorian Rainwater as the band is poised to drop their Highly Anticipated 30-track Full-length Album on Relapse Records Feb 1!


Noisear Subvert the Dominant Paradigm Review and Stream of Global Warning

Friday, January 7th, 2011

New Mexico’s favorite grinding sons, Noisear are dropping their highly anticipated Relapse Records debut, Subvert the Dominant Paradigm, which features 30 new blistering tracks available February 1, 2011. Check out the BTS Review and Streaming Track “Global Warning”


Royal Thunder Self-Titled E.P. Review

Monday, December 6th, 2010

Royal Thunder’s self-titled EP is all about waiting for the big pay off. The songs are a dark brand of rock built brick by brick on gloomy Southern riffs that twist around soulful, moody vocals.


Broughton’s Rules Bounty Hunter 1853 & Interview

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

Boughton’s Rules drops their latest full-length Bounty Hunter 1853 Nov 23rd on Relapse Records. Get the inside scoop in this Blow The Scene Review and Interview with guitarist Jeff Ellsworth.


Phobia Interview Exclusive

Monday, November 15th, 2010

New Exclusive Interview with Phobia’s Shane “The Pain” Mclachlan as band drops new EP Unrelenting on Relapse Nov 23rd! We’re running a special contest with Relapse, read the full interview to win your free copy of Unrelenting!


Phobia release Unrelenting EP and Tour

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Phobia have long reigned as a patriarch of the American grind scene with over 20 years of proliferation that began with 7″ releases at Relapse Records when the now indie-Goliath was still in its infancy and functioning out of a basement. Find out how their forthcoming EP, Unrelenting measures up in this new review.


Kill The Client – Set For Extinction: Review

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

Texas’s Grindcore up-and-comers, Kill The Client are releasing their Relapse Records debut, Set For Extinction on Oct 26, 2010. Get the inside scoop in this review by Blow The Scene’s Joshua Cohen.


Cephalic Carnage – Misled by Certainty: Review

Monday, July 19th, 2010

18 years deep in the shred game, Cephalic Carnage’s music is still exciting, challenging, and most importantly, fun. “Why?” “How?” You ask? Check out this new review of Misled By Certainty coming out on Relapse Records Aug 31.


Turning Lead into Gold with The High Confessions: Review

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

Super-groups are often not as good as the sum of their parts. So when Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth), Chris Connelly (Ministry, Revco, Killing Joke), Sanford Parker (Minsk) and Jeremy Lemos (White/Light) got together, they knew they had the daunting task of bucking the trend and putting out something phenomenal…


Review: Black Tusk – Taste The Sin

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Need the perfect complement for your backyard yard summer rager with your stankin’ metal friends? Savannah, GA’s Black Tusk have the soundtrack – Taste The Sin.