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Eye of Nix playing Halloween show with Death cover band; horrific side project streaming LP

Eye of Nix's tour begins tonight at a Halloween show in Maine with members of Falls of Rauros, Obsidian Tongue, and Shabti doing a Death cover set. Their side project To End It All also have a terrifying new album that's perfect for Halloween... or really any day of the year.

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Primitive Man (photo by Alvino Salcedo)
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Primitive Man touring with Spectral Voice, playing Terror Fests

Colorado metal bands Primitive Man and Spectral Voice will continue to support their great 2017 albums on tour together this year.

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The Best Metal of 2017 So Far

We're halfway through 2017, and our metal sister site Invisible Oranges have posted lists of the best metal albums of 2017 so far. The lists include Power Trip, Kreator, Immolation, Elder, and more...

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Aimee Mann (photo by Sheryl Nields)
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Five Notable Releases of the Week (3/31)

This week's Notable Releases include Aimee Mann's sad, slow new album; Falls of Rauros' majestic, genre-defying metal album; Passion Pit's self-recorded LP; and more.

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stream Falls Of Rauros’ new album ‘Vigilance Perennial’

The Maine black metal band also have upcoming shows.

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Nightbringer, Falls of Rauros, G.A.T.E.S., Destruction & more heavy NYC shows

Exciting metal and hardcore shows happening in NYC are announced all the time. We try to cover as much as we can (and there's even more on Invisible Oranges) but some things still fall through the cracks. Here's a roundup of some upcoming heavy NYC shows that we haven't mentioned yet...

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Photo by Greg Cristman | www.gregCphotography.com
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Falls of Rauros, Obsidian Tongue & Oneirogen played Union Pool (pics)

Two excellent New England black metal bands joined forces in NYC last night (8/27), as Maine's Falls of Rauros and Masachusetts' Obsidian Tongue played an Invisible Oranges-presented show along with NY-based experimental metal composer Oneirogen at Union Pool...

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Falls of Rauros streaming new song, playing IO show on Wed

Falls of Rauros at The Acheron in 2012 (more by Samantha Marble)

Portland, Maine's Falls of Rauros are streaming "Waxen Voices" off of their forthcoming album Believe In No Coming Shore...

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Falls of Rauros streaming track off new LP; IO-presented NYC show w/ Obsidian Tongue & Oneirogen is soon

Falls of Rauros at Acheron in 2012 (more by Samantha Marble)

Falls of Rauros are streaming "Ancestors of Smoke" off of their forthcoming album on Bindrune Recordings, Believe In No Coming Shore...

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The Heavy Lowdown: King Diamond, Ghost BC, Slough Feg, Witch Mountain, Mortals, weekend shows & more

Over the weekend, King Diamond turned into King Dynasty. First bassist Hal Patino quit over a pay dispute. Then, Kim Bendix Petersen responded with a seemingly well-reasoned letter of epic length (if you read it in a King Diamond falsetto, it makes the words fly by)...

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