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New Baroness EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Baroness' new in-studio BBC session release Live at Maide Vale is available for streaming (below). You can also purchase the 4-song EP on limited edition vinyl via Relapse Records.

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New Track: "Cocainium" (Live at Maida Vale) - Baroness

Baroness premiered yesterday at Pitchfork a scorching version of "Cocainium" (which you can listen to below) from their forthcoming live EP that was recorded at the BBC's Maida Vale studio. The song originally appeared on last year's critically-acclaimed full-length album Yellow & Green. The band's new record Live at Maida Vale is slated for release on July 23 via Relapse Records.

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New Track: "March to the Sea" (Live) - Baroness

Relapse Records has already posted its July 2013 podcast, which you can download for free HERE. They shared a live performance by Baroness of the song "March to the Sea" that is off their critically-acclaimed LP Yellow & Green. This recording will appear on the band's forthcoming release Live at Maida Vale - BBC due out July 23. You can hear the live version four songs into the episode.

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Baroness Return Home at Union Transfer May 24

Local area metal outfit Baroness put out a much-lauded full-length album, Yellow & Green, last year. Unfortunately, while on tour this past summer in England, the group got into a horrific accident, dropping thirty feet from a viaduct near Bath. Luckily, their fall was cushioned by trees, but the members didn’t all walk away completely unscathed. Both bassist Matt Maggioni and drummer Allen Bickle broke vertebrae, and have since left the band being replaced on this most recent U.S. Tour by new members Nick Jost and Sebastian Thomson. Singer-guitarist John Baizley broke his left leg and arm, which was shattered into about a dozen pieces. Though there were talks about amputation, Baizley has recovered with nearly full mobility. Tonight, Baroness will make a triumphant return home at Union Transfer. I am sure that there will be plenty under the roof of the former Spaghetti Warehouse fully appreciative that this show is taking place, and ready to rock. I know that I will be. Union Transfer, 1026 Spring Garden St., $17.50 - $20, All Ages - Alexis V.

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