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As work on the band’s debut album nears completion, New York City’s Tiger Flowers is preparing for a short tour of the Eastern U.S. Joining on all dates will be Long Island shredders Johnny Booth

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We ask The Dillinger Escape Plan, All Shall Perish, Lita Ford, Battlecross, Cauldron, Revocation, Tiger Flowers what historical figure they'd want to chill with. Watch more ASK THE ARTIST here.

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Dillinger Escape Plan, All Shall Perish, Lita Ford, Battlecross, Cauldron, Revocation and Tiger Flowers discuss the worst fashion faux pas in metal. What do you think is the worst metal trend?

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Tiger Flowers seem like a pretty no-bullshit band on their new track, which rocks way harder than I thought a band called Tiger Flowers would. I mean seriously, the song is called "Crusin' 'Til the Wheels Fall Off" and it's by Tiger Flowers. I expected some kind of occult rock thing or throwback to Deep …

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Precious Metal, a series of live shows held at Lit Lounge in New York City, will come to an end on January 21st, 2013, after 6.66 years and over 300 events.

Created in 2006 by Curran Reynolds, a music publicist and drummer for bands such as Today Is The Day, Precious Metal showcased a diverse array of bands from around the city and as far away as Iceland, Italy, Iraq, and Australia. Precious Metal was named “NYC’s best metal party” by The Village Voice, “the city’s most open-minded metal night” by Time Out New York, “the best in contemporary extreme metal” by The A.V. Club, and “Manhattan’s epicenter of underground metal” by Invisible Oranges.

The series will end with a benefit show to raise money for The South Sound, a Brooklyn music space destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Curran Reynolds issued the following statement:

“Friends, I am proud to announce the Grand Finale of Precious Metal. After 6.66 years and over 300 events, the series I started in May of 2006 will come to an end on January 21, 2013. We had a good run! Monday after Monday, we brought all sorts of heaviness into the den of Downtown grime and glamour that is Lit. These forces combined and added up to something special. I like to think we played a part in the resurgence of a New York City metal scene, one which now looks stronger than ever.”

BrooklynVegan’s Fred Pessaro adds: “I can’t tell you how many great bands I have seen over the years at Precious Metal. The series is responsible not only for the first appearances from some favorite bands but also many personal friendships forged in that dingy basement.”

The remaining Precious Metal shows are as follows:

Monday, December 17:
TIGER FLOWERS
MEEK IS MURDER
I AM HERESY
BLACK TABLE

Monday, January 7:
GHOSTLIMB
THE YEAR IS ONE
DJ Fred Pessaro / BBG

Monday, January 14:
JAR’D LOOSE
GENTLEMEN
END IT
DJ Mike SOS

Monday, January 21:
Precious Metal 6.66 – The Grand Finale
A Benefit for The South Sound
HIVESMASHER
FASHION WEEK
FLAMING TUSK
SOS
DJ Zeena Koda

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Toronto’s Vilipend is quickly approaching the August 13th release date for “Inamorata” (A389 Recordings) and now the group has teamed with CVLT Nation to unveil a brand new song. Check out “Great White Nothing” at this location.

Next on Vilipend’s agenda is an August tour with NYC powerhouse Meek Is Murder. Dates for the trek are below.

8/03 – Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s (Titan “Burn” album release show)
8/16 – Toronto, ON @ The Garrison (w/ Jucifer, Kosmograd)
8/18 – Jamestown, NY @ Suburban Blend (w/ Beard Without A Mustache)
8/19 – Lowell, MA @ The Worthen House (w/ Hivesmasher, Divider, Astronomer)
8/20 – New York, NY @ Lit Lounge (w/ Tiger Flowers, End It)
8/21 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie (w/ Carved Up, Hollenlarm)
8/22 – Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar (w/ Pristina)
8/23 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Kopec (w/ Ancient Shores)
8/24 – Cleveland, OH @ TBA
8/25 – Chicago, IL @ TBA

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Tiger Flowers are Motley Crueing it up, covering their classic “Livewire” at SXSW. Watch more live clips from SXSW at his [link]

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Date: 2012-03-28



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Here are the new heavy metal CD releases for this week.   For the most detailed and up-to-date schedule, check out our complete Heavy Metal CD Release Date calendar.

September 20, 2011
Amebix – Sonic Mass (Alternative Tentacles)
The Atlas Moth – An Ache For The Distance (Profound Lore)
Betraying The Martyrs – Breathe In Life (Sumerian)
Cryptborn – Into the Grasp of the Starving Dead (Dark Descent)
Fyrnask – Bluostar (Temple Of Tortuous)
Mournful Congregations – The Unspoken Hymns (20 Buck Spin)
Neurosis – Sovereign EP Re-Release (Neurot)
Opeth – Heritage (Roadrunner)
Tiger Flowers – Tiger Flowers EP (Path Less Traveled)

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