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Clandestine Cuts Vol. 4 Issue #1 - Awesome New Demos and EPs

Is independent, unsigned, and underground metal what you seek? Weary traveler of the metal world, rest a while here. Clandestine Cuts are the best demos and EPs from these bands, the heart and soul of metal music. These musicians are slaves to their passions, and their blood keeps the metal machine alive and turning. Support them with a simple listen, and discover the future. This issue features music from Desolace, Sirion, Hypergiant, Existem, SwampHög and Tarpan.

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Posted: 23.04.2014 by Nefarious | Comments (2)

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Metal Alliance Tour 2014 - Multiple Locations - April 2014

The organizers took the old saying "Black Is Beautiful" to the next level and put together an awesome tour package for their 2014 run. This year's event brought us headliner Behemoth, rotating direct support acts 1349 and Goatwhore, one of the most dynamic duo's in the scene, Inquisition, and newcomer Black Crown Initiate out of Pennsylvania, USA.

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Posted: 23.04.2014 by D.T. Metal | Comments (1)

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Metal Storm Anthology Awards

Thanks for participating in our 10th Anniversary Anthology Awards voting. Of course by now you all (hopefully) figured out it was an April Fools' Day prank.

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Posted: 05.04.2014 by D.T. Metal | Comments (30)

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Lacuna Coil - The Black Sheep, Colorado Springs, USA - 28 Mar 2014

A couple weeks ago Lacuna Coil played in Denver, CO as part of the Revolver - Hottest Chicks In Hard Rock Tour, but since they announced a gig mere 15 minutes from my house, I opted to skip the drive up to the Mile High city and catch them locally instead.

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Posted: 02.04.2014 by D.T. Metal | Comments (6)

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Getting Stoked For 70000 Tons Of Metal 2015

The 5th edition of the 70000 Tons Of Metal cruise already promises to be even bigger and better than anything else the organizers have done before. And even though I barely got rid of my sea legs, it's time to get stoked for next year's cruise. Stoked why, you might ask. Simple. Bigger ship, more bands, more people = more fun!

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Posted: 24.03.2014 by D.T. Metal | Comments (6)

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MS Awards 2013 - Staff Picks And Band Feedback

Ahhh, the mighty Staff Picks! As most of you already know, we do not vote during the Awards, we just nominate and leave all the fun to you fine folks; well, most of the fun that is. Come on, did you really think we didn't want to argue amongst us who should receive the moniker "Staff Pick" out of our nominees?

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Posted: 12.03.2014 by D.T. Metal | Comments (66)

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70000 Tons Of Metal 2014 - Day Four - Metal Plus ... Fufu Drinks

The last day of the cruise was upon us and after finding those toothpicks to prop my eyes open I ventured outside. Atrocity was supposed to be playing on the Pool Deck Stage, but since they had a gig scheduled in Denver upon my return, I was just going to watch them while having my morning coffee and a smoke. And there I saw it for the first time - the weather.

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Posted: 05.03.2014 by D.T. Metal | Comments (8)

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70000 Tons Of Metal 2014 - Day Three - Shore Leave Plus Metal

Day three of the self-proclaimed "World's Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise" is the day the ship's anchor gets dropped in a pre-determined port somewhere nice and warm. Costa Maya, Mexico, a man-made cruise port about 200 plus miles south of Cancun, was the voted on destination.

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Posted: 05.03.2014 by D.T. Metal | Comments (4)

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70000 Tons Of Metal 2014 - Day Four - Metal Plus ... Fufu Drinks

The last day of the cruise was upon us and after finding those toothpicks to prop my eyes open I ventured outside. Atrocity was supposed to be playing on the Pool Deck Stage, but since they had a gig scheduled in Denver upon my return, I was just going to watch them while having my morning coffee and a smoke. And there I saw it for the first time - the weather.

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Posted: 02.03.2014 by D.T. Metal | Comments (8)

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70000 Tons Of Metal 2014 - Day Three - Shore Leave Plus Metal

Day three of the self-proclaimed "World's Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise" is the day the ship's anchor gets dropped in a pre-determined port somewhere nice and warm. Costa Maya, Mexico, a man-made cruise port about 200 plus miles south of Cancun, was the voted on destination.

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Posted: 23.02.2014 by D.T. Metal | Comments (4)