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So what does everyone think of ‘No Reflection’ – the new single from Marilyn Manson?

March 8th, 2012

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The new single by Marilyn Manson, ‘No Reflection’, the first full track anyone (apart from those in the former king of shock-rockers’ inner circle) has heard from the band’s forthcoming eighth studio album, Born Villain. It debuted on LA radio station KROQ yesterday, so of course a radio-rip has already found its way online. Check it out after the jump – though you better be quick, as it’s bound to get taken down before long. **UPDATE** Cooking Vinyl, the distributor through which Manson’s new, self-owned label, Hell, etc, operates, have now posted an official stream of the song now.

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Album: Trap Them – Darker Handcraft

February 18th, 2011

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Trap Them
Darker Handcraft
Prosthetic Records
14 March 2011

by Danny Montana

It’s an explosion. It’s a big crunching mess. It’s a hasty cacophony. For your ears, it could a goddamned catastrophe. These might be some of the things that fly through your mind while you attempt to make sense of the blistering onslaught of hardcore/metal crossover that greets you during ‘Damage Prose’ – the opening track to Trap Them’s third album Darker Handcraft.

They are all reasonable thoughts because, thankfully, this record does not get any easier to listen to.

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Ask Mastodon anything you want for this 100% fans’ questions interview

June 9th, 2009

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We’re interviewing Mastodon tomorrow while they’re in London tomorrow and seeing as we’ve interviewed them a million times already in the past six months, we thought we’d make this one 100% fans’ questions.

So what do YOU want to know? Something about Crack The Skye? Something about their forthcoming Sonisphere Festival appearance? Something about Troy’s other Doppel-Thrashers?

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Album: Killswitch Engage – As Daylight Dies

November 20th, 2006

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Killswitch Engage
As Daylight Dies
Roadrunner Records
20 November 2006

by Raziq Rauf

Ninety per cent of every new fad of a genre can be dismissed as a bunch of bands that nobody will care about in five years, so it’s easy to make the case that nobody should care about them now. There are some interesting exceptions that somehow gain credibility as time goes on, and there are the ones that everyone always knew, or at least hoped, would always make the grade. With metalcore, there is one band that stands head and shoulders above the rest. They go by the name of Killswitch Engage.

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