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Idle Bloom to play The End 7.8

Blending harmonious vocal passages, post-punk driving rhythms, and victorious choruses, Idle Bloom are a stand-out Nashville band who display some vulnerability and heart in a style of music often associated with the entirely cold and angular. Catch them winning over some loud rock/metal fans at The End in Nashville on July 8th with Husband Stitch, Pandemix, Anwar Sadat and Mutilation Rites.-Sam Mattingly





Mutilation Rites announces fall US tour, plays two nights at The Knit in October.

Brooklyn-based band Mutilation Rites offers a sound that fans of most metal sub-genres can mosh to, since they fuse elements of black, thrash, and death metal. The vocals on their 2014 release Harbinger employ metal's raspy, high pitched shrieks, while also utilizing the deep and guttural growls from death metal. “Black Pyramid” sets the tone for the album, coming out of the gate with a relentless assault from drummer Justin Ennis (ex-Tomb), however the band does know when to step back from the brutality and settle on slower and groovier moments. The band just announced a fall US tour kicking off with two dates at the Knit on October 16 and 17. - John Honan

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