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Maveth readies 'Coils of the Black Earth' (stream a new track)

Music / Rock & Pop : Brooklyn Vegan

by Fred Pessaro // BBG Finnish death metal team Maveth arent satisfied with the constraints of modern death metal, mixing elements of black metal into their bulldozing assault. Coils of the Black Earth, the band's debut LP due on 12...

First Looks: Hex Vision Leather and Vision Metal Watch Band for iPod nano 6G

Technology / Mobile : iLounge

The big problem with most of the watch bands for the iPod nano 6G is that they just don't look that nice; we haven't seen many that actually look worthy of wearing in public. Hex's Vision Leather ($50) and Vision Metal ($70) bands a...

Review: Hex Vision Leather and Vision Metal Watch Band for iPod nano 6G

Technology / Mobile : iLounge

The outward-facing material of Vision Leather is dimpled, real cowhide, and is available in white, black, or red. It’s nice looking material. There are nine holes on the lower portion of the band, allowing for easy size adjustment. ...

Black Metal Frontman Accidentally Elected to Town Council

News / International Affairs : World from Newser

The frontman of Darkthrone, a Norwegian "black metal" band, has accidentally gotten himself elected to his local town council, Pitchfork reports. As Glyve "Fenriz" Nagell explained to Clrvynt last week, "basically, they called and a...

Q&A: The Afghan Whigs’ Greg Dulli Talks 20 Years Of Black Love, Shares Acoustic Version Of “Going To Town”

Music / Indie Music : Stereogum

Following up one of the most acclaimed albums of the decade would be tough for any band. But as in all other matters, Greg Dulli and the Afghan Whigs did it with style. Released in the spring of 1996, the Afghan Whigs’ fifth album, ...

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