via amonamarth.comMetalheads looking for enough hair windmills -- a circular type of headbanging that, um, is exactly what it sounds like -- to give Don Quixote a coronary will find their Valhalla at Culture Room on Saturday as Viking-obsessed Swedes Amon Amarth roll through town.Over the band's sev ... More >>
If you missed out on Iron Maiden's recent triumphant show at the BankAtlantic Center -- the band's first in the area in 13 years -- well, you know what we're going to tell you. (Click here to read New Times' review of the show, and click here to view a photo slideshow). Still, if you thirst for a ... More >>
A shadowy spinner who goes beyond darkwave.
Photo by Sayre BermanTo view a full slideshow of photos from last night's performance, click here. Iron MaidenThursday, April 2, 2009BankAtlantic Center, SunriseBetter Than: Any other large-scale rock gig around here in recent months. No, no, really. The Review:Until last night, it had been well ove ... More >>
via www.myspace.com/coliseumMellowness might be anathema to Louisville's Coliseum, judging by its reckless velocity and nihilistic harangues. "My lungs are filled with fumes...There's no air in this city/I need something pure," sings Ryan Patterson on 2004's "This Mind Locked Inside This Body. ... More >>
1. CarcassNecroticism (Earache)Arguably grindcore's finest hour, Necroticism captures Carcass hitting previously unheard-of heights of technical proficiency with such jaw-dropping skill that the album sounds absolutely fresh 16 years after it came out. Rarely has a grind band achieved the thrilling ... More >>
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