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By Blood Alone
The feel-good prog rock of By Blood Alone
If there's one thing for certain, it's that no one will feel cheated by By Blood Alone.
| April 22, 2011
Gravity and grace
Like most post-rock bands worth their “post-rock” tag, Mono — who come to the Middle East this Friday — just can’t help sounding immense.
Mono’s tender post-rock gets even bigger
| May 28, 2010
Maybe the thing that will keep your mind working the longest is pondering the question: "It took Confusatron seven years to make Ctrl+Alt+Dstry EXACTLY like this?"
All your base are belong to Confusatron
| January 22, 2010
Club Hell starts the weekend off THURSDAY (the 6th) with an early-bird experimental rock show featuring Houston's SCALE THE SUMMIT (currently on tour opening for Dream Theater) with Cranston's CALIFORNIA SMILE , who are reportedly finishing a new rec
And FH13 offers a little bit of everything
PROVIDENCE PHOENIX STAFF
| August 07, 2009
Burrito, 180, Food Inc., Fletcher's Review and WTF
The Info Burrito, Henry's 180, film director Robert Kenner, Fletcher's Review ...
| June 23, 2009
The kids are all right
There is an outstanding possibility that your high-school band sucked.
Teenage kicks courtesy of Mindwalk Blvd
| August 26, 2008
This is the album Ogre have been meaning to make all along.
The proto-man comes home on Plague of the Planet
| March 19, 2008
Three for all
The music is equally adept at provoking headbangs, lighter flicks, or slightly arthritic hippie wiggles.
The contradictory catchiness of Three
| August 03, 2007
And it Stones me
Hey, someone’s got to keep the flame alive.
Everybody get UltraViolent at the Deering Grange
| July 02, 2007
This way in
They’ve changed lineups, they’ve changed names, they’ve even changed scenery, moving temporarily to Florida to play and write.
The Entrance’s entrancing Circle; plus, the Biltmores hit the road
| May 29, 2007
You don’t get in a fistfight over Opeth — you wilt, and shed a few petals.
All for the love of Opeth
| October 10, 2006
Now that Montreal has been drained of exportable Canadian bands, Scandinavia is being tapped for fresh discoveries.
And The Glass Handed Kites | Sony
| September 26, 2006
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