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Corrosion of Conformity // Live @ The Wellmont Theater // 9.9.17

Article and Photos by: Steven Principato   Montclair, NJ - Standing tall as North Jersey’s most notable venue for larger acts, The historic Wellmont Theater, located in swanky downtown Montclair once again opened it's doors to accommodate a blackened parade of metal-heads, lining the streets as they waited, gleefully yet inadvertently frightening the local

Doyle // Live @ Dingbatz // 6.28.17

Article and Photos by: Steven Principato   Clifton, NJ -- Hidden deep within the aluminum sided jungle of the New Jersey Suburbs lies a claustrophobic cavern by the name of Dingbatz, where local punk-rockers, goths, and headbangers have called home for over a decade. Serving as one of North Jersey’s few remaining

The Obsessed // Live @ Saint Vitus // 5.18.17

Article and Photos by: Steven Principato   Just another typical night at Brooklyn’s own sanctuary for all that is deemed unholy, the depraved denizens of Saint Vitus were once again treated to a spectacular yet eclectic triple-threat performance that easily rivaled the massive rock star guitar god performing just across the river,

The Kindred // Live @ Mavericks // 5.5.17.

Photos and Article by: Adrienne Row Smith Ottawa – Ontario, on a rainy Friday night Ottawa natives The Kindred made a pit stop during their Canadian tour to pay homage to their hometown. The band had Pantomime, The Dead Centuries and Halfsleeper help make a memorable evening. Openers Pantomime of Petawawa, who

Testament // Live @ Starland Ballroom // 4.20.17

Articles and Photography by Steven Principato   Sayerville, NJ - In the continuing struggle of keeping the eternal flame of classic metal burning brightly, a triple edged assault comprised of legendary acts Prong, Sepultura, and Testament arrived at NJ’s most popular rock venue, vowing to uphold their 30 plus year obligation of hearing

Album Review: Mastodon – Emperor of Sand

Article by: Steven Principato   Progressive rock never really died, it simply got meaner with the times. Occasionally, it even dresses up like a metal band. In presumption of some higher obligation to continue their 17 year reign as one of humanity’s last bastions in popular progressive rock, Mastodon bestows upon us

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