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MAY 14TH—TREES (Dallas, TX) – By Jerry Rutherford “Fear Factory Back On Tour, and Back in Big D“ Los Angeles’ own Fear Factory will descend upon Dallas once again at Trees on Tuesday, May 14 for what will surely be yet another plunge into their dense, streamlined powersurge of weight-soaked chug, mechanized rhythm and…

– By Dustin Blocker – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Listening to the sophomore studio record Almanac by two-piece indie-chillwave band Widowspeak can be likened to putting your head into a downy cumulus cloud. The pulsing instruments passing like air under the weight of Molly Hamilton’s vocal fog. Tracks appear and pass with sle…

March 4th, 2013 – Trees (Dallas, TX) – By Amanda Kennedy – “Orgy is Back with New Members and Serious Swagger” Self proclaimed death pop band Orgy are back on the scene with their new single “Grime of the Century“, and are out on a U.S. tour with support by Vampires Everywhere! and Davey Suicide.  I haven’t seen Orgy l…

– The Phuss by Dustin Blocker – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” The Phuss’ brand of heavy is askew, ever so slightly from their contemporaries, as their macho swagger never tangles with their incisive sensibilities.  The Fort Worth three-piece burns through 31 minutes of slithering, seductive rock on their self-titled sophomore re…

Thursday, February 21st, 2013 – The Curtain Club – By Jordan Buford (The Music Enthusiast) – “Metal bands share a thick bill at Dallas’ Curtain Club“ Torch Entertainment was presenting a show at the Curtain Club in Dallas this night, and I almost didn’t go to it. The reason being it was billed as a metal show, and any…

The Tabernacle (Atlanta, GA) – Photos by Chris Eason –

MAY 8TH—GOOD RECORDS (Dallas, TX) – By Dustin Blocker – “Cinderella Frontman Supporting New Solo Record The Way Life Goes“ Cinderella’s Tom Keifer will be in Dallas this week performing an acoustic set live from Good Records’ astroturf stage before rolling into Deep Ellum’s Trees the following night for a full on affai…

– By Brandon Callies – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Former frontman, Jesse Leach, returns for Killswitch Engage’s finest album, Disarm The Descent. There is an unmistakable drive present that has been missing on the last three albums. This is metal-core at its best, and these are pioneers of the genre, once again proving why th…