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HATEBREED: When you think of bands that really put the work in, Hatebreed is always going to be at the top of the list. As the band approaches its 20th anniversary, they are showing no signs of slowing, taking their crushing metallic hardcore everywhere there is demand and giving 100 percent every night up on stage. We caught up with Jamey Jasta to gain an insight into the making of The Divinity of Purpose, the importance of remaining loyal to those loyal to you, and why there is no end in sight for the Hatebreed juggernaut.

Itís midmorning on a sunny weekday, and vocalist Craig Mabbitt is just rolling out of bed. Though tired and a little hungover, Mabbitt is enthusiastic about discussing his band and their hotly anticipated fourth studio album, Ungrateful. As Mabbitt suffers through his fatigue, Robert Ortiz calls in from, of all places, the gym. They might be in two very different places, but their easy camaraderie suggests an optimism and a harmony within the ranks that should lead to a very big year ahead.

THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN: One of extreme musicís most unpredictable, intense, boundary smashing, and non-conformist bands, The Dillinger Escape Plan has kept fans guessing since day one, and their newest release, One of Us Is the Killer, is no exception. The album features an unsettling sense of accessibility that makes you believe youíve joined them in their plunge off of sanityís cliffs. Founding guitarist Ben Weinman gives us a tour of the way down while reflecting on the bandís past and present.

THE ALMOST: After two records of infectious anthemic rock Ďní roll, The Almost has come into its own on their third full-length, Fear Inside Our Bones. Frontman/multi-instrumentalist Aaron Gillespie and guitarist Jay Vilardi elaborate on the writing and recording of the new album, as well as what the future has in store.

HEAVEN SHALL BURN: Like an oil tanker transporting a load of sweet crude, thunderous metallic hardcore veterans Heaven Shall Burn pushes on like clockwork, releasing album number seven, Veto. Guitarist Maik Weichert talks history, naked women on horses, and what happens if you dream about Blind Guardianís Hansi KŁrsch long and hard enough.

ATROCITY: From old school death metal to symphonic goth rock, you never know what to expect from Germanyís Atrocity. Now with Okkult, Atrocity is bringing heavy back with the first installment of an epic, three record journey through history, mystery, and metal. Founding vocalist Alexander Krull spoke with us about Okkult and the future of Atrocity.

A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH: When Sal Abruscato was writing And Hell Will Follow Me, the former Type O Negative and Life of Agony drummerís then one-off project seemed like his music industry swan song. Instead, the band has resurfaced with new release. Abruscato talks about Lay My Soul to Waste and what drives his dark and moody muse.

DROWNING POOL: When a band loses its singer, they often lose the very voice that identifies them. Owning the mic like no other in the groupís history, Jason Moreno has refueled the flame, and the band's newest album Resilience sees Drowning Pool born anew. C.J. Peirce opens up about the road that led to Resilience.


SHOTFIRE: Palisades, Hands Like Houses, The Devi's Blood, Skeletonwitch

LAST SHOT: Ghost of Motionless in White
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+ 103 NEW MUSIC REVIEWS: Alkaline Trio, The Almost, Amorphis, A Pale Horse Named Death, Arsis, Atrocity, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Black Star Riders, The Bunny The Bear, Cancer Bats, Cathedral, Cauldron, Children of Bodom, Dark Tranquillity, Death Ray Vision, Delain, Dew-Scented, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Entrails, Escape the Fate, Fallstar, Finntroll, Heaven Shall Burn, Hope for the Dying, Hypocrisy, Immolation, Kvelertak, Kylesa, Locrian, Masked Intruder, The Modern Age of Slavery, Mumakil, Nightshade, Ramming Speed, Russkaja, Scale the Summit, Six Feet Under, Spiritual Beggars, Stone Sour, Streetlight Manifesto, Terror, Tesseract, Thy Art Is Murder, Toxic Holocaust. Transit, Vanna, Vicious Rumors, Rob Zombie,
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