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BANGLADEAFY: Ribboncutter LP By New York Tech Metal Duo To See Release Via Nefarious Industries; Trailer, Tour Dates, And More Posted – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nick Spadafora] New York City-based tech metal duo BANGLADEAFY has completed their long-awaited debut album, Ribboncutter, now confirmed for digital, vinyl, and CD release through Nefarious Industries this fall. The album artwork, a brief trailer, and more has been posted, and … Continue reading

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BRANDON SEABROOK’S NEEDLE DRIVER: Review in The New York City Jazz Record

“Guitarist BRANDON SEABROOK is a familiar face in New York’s new music circles, having played with Peter Evans and Jacob Garchik among others. NEEDLE DRIVER is a trio with bassist Johnny DeBlase and drummer Allison Miller, a take-no-prisoners merging of … Continue reading

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NEQUIENT: Wolves At The Door By Chicago Metal/Hardcore Act Streaming At New Noise Magazine; Album Out Friday Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nicolas Côté] Wolves At The Door, the new album by Chicago metallic hardcore outfit NEQUIENT, is streaming in its entirety at New Noise Magazine as the album is prepared for release this Friday through Nefarious Industries. An unrelenting eleven-track … Continue reading

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Absolute Hell reviews “The Briefcase”

“With The Briefcase, BANGLADEAFY churn out some seriously unusual and spastic combinations of jazz, electronica, and progressive metal/punk. I am immediately reminded of excellent groups like Child Abuse and occasionally Naked City. Songs like “Elixer” and “Tubes” almost make me … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: Houston Press reviews “The Briefcase”

“Their drummer is from Bangladesh, and their vocalist/bassist/pianist suffers from sensio-neural hearing loss. Now the name makes sense, right? What doesn’t make sense is their brand of math-metal, which explodes with complexity and creativity. Elements of other math-rock and metal … Continue reading

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