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March 2011

Review – Heretics by Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright's Heretics explores the history of heresy and how it factored into the development of Christianity. This fascinating study also examines the experiences of those who were deemed heretics by religious authorities, and their…

Is This What We Can Expect From The Next Cave In Record?

I hope not. I am a huge Cave In fan -- ask anyone. Even my mom knows I’m way into Cave In. But this song that Cave In frontman Stephen Brodsky performed acoustically recently -- which was recorded by a fan at Tremont Music Hall and sounds…

Korn Release Snippet Of New Song — Hear It Here

It’s all of 13 fucking seconds, and is preceded and proceeded by a whacky Jonathan Davis, Korn’s lead singer. Notice the dude uses the word “shit” three times...in just four seconds. That, alone, is impressive. The song is called “Get Up,”…

April Fool’s Day Ball at Mt. Tabor Theatre

If you were curious, April Fool's is thought to have started in 16th century France, and has included hooking paper fish to people's backs (because naive, young fish are the easiest to catch). Since then it has developed into a yearly prank…

Review of the 2011 Denver Auto Show

Last night, March 30, was the first night of the 2011 Denver Auto Show.  The Ford Motor Company gave me tickets to check out the show and although I was excited (this being my first time), I came expecting a museum experience. …

Between The Buried And Me Streaming New EP

You can hear it in its entirety at Metal Sucks right now. Follow this link, people, and go give those dudes a little site traffic -- they could use it. I’m just kidding...they’re doing just fine. Still, go and listen to the new Between The…

Stream Death Ray Vision’s Entire EP — Now!

Death Ray Vision -- the awesome new side project from Killswitch Engage’s Mike D’Antonio, Brian Fair of Shadows Fall, and one other former member of Overcast -- has been posting a new song a day this week from their new EP Get Lost or Get…