Category Archives: Interviews

The Doorway To Interviews THOSE DARN GNOMES

THOSE DARN GNOMES discuss origin stories, musical influences, and the San Diego scene with Clint Listing of The Doorway To. We can’t even make this stuff up… “My house was broken into about three years ago, just before our second … Continue reading

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Premiere: San Diego’s THOSE DARN GNOMES Up the Weirdness Game With “Birds” – PopMatters

“A collision of avant-garde jazz, the wild, wooly experiments of composer Harry Partch, Beatnik poetry, shattered noise, shards of black box theater, the sinister weirdness lurking behind the childlike chaos of The Muppet Show. Somewhere in there are moments of … Continue reading

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GRIDFAILURE: Cvlt Nation Premieres “Exsanguination Of The Utopians” Video; Solo Outfit Confirmed To Score Horror Short Film HARMLESS – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Liz Ciavarella-Brenner] Lower Hudson Valley solo outfit GRIDFAILURE has released a new video for “Exsanguination Of The Utopians,” the closing track on one of the unit’s recent albums, Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery I — the first in a five-album series —  which saw … Continue reading

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Speaking of the Endtimes: GRIDFAILURE Video Premiere and Interview – CVLT Nation

“The Earth cries out. The Geotrauma is echoed in human suffering and violence. Our every utterance and effort at progress goes stifled and unheard. Sometimes, mere Heavy Metal feels inadequate to express the true horror of this world. Reality is … Continue reading

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WALKING BOMBS and GRIDFAILURE: No Echo Premieres “Bleeding Out” Featuring Mike Score From All Out War; Suicide By Citizenship Collaboration Nears Release Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

Hudson Valley, New York solo outfits WALKING BOMBS and GRIDFAILURE are preparing to release their fully collaborative musical experiment, Suicide By Citizenship, through Nefarious Industries later this month. No Echo is now streaming the album’s closing song, “Bleeding Out,” which features guest vocals from Mike … Continue reading

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GEMATRIA: Svbterranean Premieres “Quadrivium” Playthrough Video With Dissection Of Debut EP; Gematria Out Now On Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Natalie Newbold] The eponymous debut EP by GEMATRIA, a new duo formed by Ray Suhy (Six Feet Under, Cannabis Corpse, ex-East Of The Wall) and Steve Honoshowsky (Daughter Vision, Billy Martin’s Fang Percussion, No Use For Humans), is out … Continue reading

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SVB Exclusive: GEMATRIA Premiere “Quadrivium” Guitar Playthrough Video + Album Dissection

“he eclectic duo of Ray Suhy (ex-East of the Wall, Six Feet Under) and Steve Honoshowsky (Daughter Vision, No Use For Humans) craft hallucinogenic prog rock with their GEMATRIA project. The band’s unique writing method involves the use of its … Continue reading

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Brandon Seabrook’s Noisy Journey – Premier Guitar

“NEEDLE DRIVER, with drummer Allison Miller and bassist Johnny Deblase, features a more traditional instrumentation, but the wacky, glitchy riffs and rhythms are anything but.” – Premier Guitar

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HUMANS ETCETERA: Gift That Came Here Streaming At Svbterranean; EP Out Via Nefarious Industries Friday + Proceeds To Benefit Toys For Tots – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Alyssa Maloof] HUMANS ETCETERA – the eclectic rock/alternative output of one Christopher Henry – will release the Gift That Came Here EP via Nefarious Industries this Friday, and Svbterranean is now streaming the entire record alongside a track-by-track breakdown of the … Continue reading

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SVB Exclusive: HUMANS ETCETERA Premiere “Gift That Came Here” EP + Album Dissection

“The six-track EP is comprised of 23 minutes of ukulele-driven post-rock songs that aim to soothe and uplift listeners, and will most definitely succeed.” – Svbterranean

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