MP3: Cloudeater (feat. DT and Dillon) – “Black”
05 December 2013 10:54 AM | No Comments
VIDEO: The Difference Machine – “So Hip”
04 December 2013 4:30 PM | No Comments
STREAM: Lowbanks – “Treatz”
04 December 2013 11:29 AM | No Comments
Five ATL Records to Listen for in December
03 December 2013 5:23 PM | No Comments
529 Abby Gogo Atlanta Attention System Book Club Bosco Brother Hawk Campaign Carnivores Center Stage Cloudeater Damon Moon and the Whispering Drifters deadCAT Deftones Gun Party Hawks Jungol Little Tybee live Lyonnais Mood Rings New Animal Nigredo O'Brother Order of the Owl Oryx and Crake Photos PLS PLS Qurious Royal Thunder Sealions Slowriter Star Bar The Earl The Electric Nature The Masquerade The N.E.C. Today the Moon Tomorrow the Sun Torche tour Turf War video Whores Wizard Smoke Wowser Bowser
Newcomers MTN ISL Post First Demo Tracks
- STREAM: RRest – “Oh Man, Why”
MP3: RRest – “Recycle Bins”
VIDEO: Order of the Owl – “Cocaine Super Demon” (Live)
- Linda Aiken
Atlanta Metal Scene Rallies Around Fallen Fan, Memorial Show Announced
- MP3: Cloudeater (feat. DT and Dillon) – “Black”
Upcoming EventsRed Fang
w/ The Shrine, Indian Handcrafts
Sat, Dec 7, 2013 at the Drunken Unicorn
w/ Duet for Theremin and Lap Steel
Fri, Dec 20, 2013 at 529
w/ Big Jesus, The Liverhearts, Powder Room
Sat, Dec 21, 2013 at 529
FRIENDS AND FAMILYApathetic Arousal
Atlanta is Burning
I'm A Bear! Etc.
The Moon and Pluto
Dare Dukes Archive
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