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Rig Rundown: Periphery

Periphery is one of my favorite bands and is comprised of some of the best musicians on their respective instruments. The guitarists especially have rigs that would make anyone jealous. Each guitarist has a plethora of different guitars for their sets, ranging from 6 strings to 8 strings.

MUST SEE! Monday # 34 – Weekly Listens 9/21-9/28

Check out this week’s 5×5 collage and playlist. Featuring: Counterparts, La Dispute, The Wonder Years, Dear Mister Manager, Abstracts, and more.  

Underground Band Feature: Fearless Leader

Finding new bands is always great. It’s especially great when you find bands from your area you never knew existed. Fearless Leader is one such case. The Math Rock – Post Hardcore band from Seattle, WA was a recent find for me, although they impressed me right out

Underground Band Feature: Cornerstone (NW)

Cornerstone is an aggressive Melodic Hardcore band from Oak Harbor, WA. Their EP, “My Path Is Clear & It Can Only Get Better”  (2014) runs at around 20 minutes and is one of the strongest releases I’ve heard from a local band. Each track blends the aggression

MUST SEE! Monday # 33 – Weekly Listens 9/14-9/20

One of my hobbies is putting together a collage of the albums I listened to the most for any given week. I find that it’s a cool way to visualize the albums you listened to the most and is always fun to share with friends. I also wanted

TesseracT – Polaris Album Stream | North American Headlining Tour

Yesterday (9/18/15) UK progressive metal band TesseracT officially released their album “Polaris” to the world. This album features the return of Daniel Tompkins on vocals after the departure of Ashe O’Hara. The band released an album stream on the fifteenth and is quite easily one of my favorite releases this year.

Underground Band Feature: Life as Cinema

Seattle local band Life as Cinema just released their debut self-titled EP. Clocking in at about twenty five minutes, their five track debut is a very strong indicator that this band is going to go far. The EP is available for streaming on Spotify below, with