We are excited to release our very first music video for “Gears”, the title track from our latest EP, Gears, which was released via Monolithic Records. Looking back, we’re proud of the work we put into this EP, and this video is one last look to the past as we begin to embark towards our eventual first full-length album. - Thracian

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If you ever happen to find yourself longing for the good ol’ days of 90′s hardcore, and you lack the essential tools to travel back in time to relish in those glory days, there is a remedy to scratch that itch. Other than simply revisiting older albums (which is in no way a bad idea), there are bands today that strive to keep the sound and the spirit alive. Enter Shin To Shin, whose founding and sole member Aaron Melnick (of In Cold Blood/ex-Integrity fame) looks to keep that momentum alive with the release of his self-titled debut LP.

If you ever happen to find yourself longing for the good ol’ days of 90′s hardcore, and you lack the essential tools to travel back in time to relish in those glory days, there is a remedy to scratch that itch. Other than simply revisiting older albums (which is in no way a bad idea), there are bands today that strive to keep the sound and the spirit alive. Enter Shin To Shin, whose founding and sole member Aaron Melnick (of In Cold Blood/ex-Integrity fame) looks to keep that momentum alive with the release of his self-titled debut LP.

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Snapcase - Zombie Prescription (Progression Through Unlearning, 1997)

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Once again we reach the end of another year – and as usual, I’m picking ten albums that left a lasting impression on me. The albums listed below are the ones that grew on me over time, and received more of my attention – the sort of albums that would be playing in my head days, even weeks after hearing it. I will admit I missed out on plenty of albums this year due to the fact that I could not stop listening to said albums, and as much as I wanted to check out another band, I couldn’t pull myself away from what was ultimately giving me all I needed. The albums in my list contain a few newcomers, as well as bands that I was listening to when I was a teenager, who made their return this year – so there is a major nostalgia effect going on. Anyway, I know I have to play catch up with other albums that have been showing up on other best of lists, but in the meantime, here are the ten albums that got me through the year, which are in no specific order…  read more

Once again we reach the end of another year – and as usual, I’m picking ten albums that left a lasting impression on me. The albums listed below are the ones that grew on me over time, and received more of my attention – the sort of albums that would be playing in my head days, even weeks after hearing it. I will admit I missed out on plenty of albums this year due to the fact that I could not stop listening to said albums, and as much as I wanted to check out another band, I couldn’t pull myself away from what was ultimately giving me all I needed. The albums in my list contain a few newcomers, as well as bands that I was listening to when I was a teenager, who made their return this year – so there is a major nostalgia effect going on. Anyway, I know I have to play catch up with other albums that have been showing up on other best of lists, but in the meantime, here are the ten albums that got me through the year, which are in no specific order…  read more

The Golden Age is an engaging album that ascends into moments of hope, yet finds itself descending into the darkest of depths in the human psyche. It is an album that requires multiple listens, and all the way through, so as to let its story sink in. The orchestral elements are potent and powerful, yet never in your face. And Lemoine’s vocals, while soothing to the ear, are a cascade of emotions that blend well with the music and give the album its driving force.  Read more…

The Golden Age is an engaging album that ascends into moments of hope, yet finds itself descending into the darkest of depths in the human psyche. It is an album that requires multiple listens, and all the way through, so as to let its story sink in. The orchestral elements are potent and powerful, yet never in your face. And Lemoine’s vocals, while soothing to the ear, are a cascade of emotions that blend well with the music and give the album its driving force.  Read more…

#baroness (at Looney Tunes CDs)

#baroness (at Looney Tunes CDs)

This deluxe vinyl is simply beautiful, and a worthy addition to my ever growing collection… #vinyl #queensofthestoneage #likeclockwork #music

This deluxe vinyl is simply beautiful, and a worthy addition to my ever growing collection… #vinyl #queensofthestoneage #likeclockwork #music

TEMPEST live at ABC No Rio, Jun. 29th, 2013 (FULL SET)

Our brand new EP Gears is now available for a name your own price! So that means you can give us a $1 or nothing at all! The download also includes a gnarly digital booklet filled with lyrics, so you can sing along to your favorite tune, or better yet, so you have some idea of what our vocalist is screaming. Also plenty of visuals for you folks who hate to read! We also have an instrumental version available as well, because we love you.  So head on over to our Bandcamp and download like the wind! And if you are feeling extra nice, share this with everyone you know, even if they hate heavy music. Thanks!

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Not only did I get to hear the new Full of Hell album, but the new INTEGRITY as well.

Not only did I get to hear the new Full of Hell album, but the new INTEGRITY as well.

Out of the list of records I was hoping to get, I was only able to snag the last Botch record. A strong positive for what is otherwise a bust for me on Record Store Day Was hoping to get the Cave-In record. I did however buy High on Fire and Watain for my brother, which he was stoked about.

Out of the list of records I was hoping to get, I was only able to snag the last Botch record. A strong positive for what is otherwise a bust for me on Record Store Day Was hoping to get the Cave-In record. I did however buy High on Fire and Watain for my brother, which he was stoked about.