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  • Amplifier Worship
  • Amplifier Worship

    Japanese three-piece Boris may just be the loudest band you've ever heard
  • Wild Mannered
  • Wild Mannered

    Cold Blooded is made up of totally agreeable, artistically minded guys, but that doesn't mean their music won't blow your brains out
  • Why So Serious?
  • Why So Serious?

    The Black Dahlia Murder delivers brutal death metal with a smile on their faces
  • Power Trip
  • Power Trip

    Gwar is back and would like to play the Super Bowl
  • It's All in a Name
  • It's All in a Name

    Hoopfest squads call themselves the darndest things
      We’ve gone through the more than 7,000 teams entered in this year’s tournament and handpicked a few of the more amusing titles and handed out some not-soofficial awards to those who went the extra mile. If your squad is not on the list, we’re sorry. You’ll have to turn your attention to the actual basketball.
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  • Multiple Choice
  • Multiple Choice

    Skeletonwitch makes songs about death, hell and evil. Or do they?
      Hedrick, while trying to speak broadly and not put words in the mouth of frontman/lyricist Chance Garnette, boils down the essence of songs like “Skin Beneath Insanity” and “Shredding Sacred Flesh.” He says the Athens, Ohio, quintet is all about playing “good old-fashioned evil heavy metal.
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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    Like the Dragon Tattoo books? You'll love Jo Nesbo. Plus, some brooding metal and a virtual cork board.
      the story of Roger Brown, a corporate headhunter who takes real pleasure in f---ing with people. But Clas Greve, a man he interviews for an executive job, does too. And very quickly, Roger is wishing he’d never laid eyes on the man. The novel features violence, highclass art theft and some seriously disgusting imagery.
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  • Brazil Nuts
  • Brazil Nuts

    Rio is the kind of movie that makes preschoolers giggle and grown-ups seethe.
      Yes, after their capture in Brazil, it’s easily understood that the domesticated Blu has grown fond of the safety and comfort of captivity, and the feisty Jewel just wants to be free. But the differences in the two characters could have used some balancing.
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  • BEST OF THE BEST
  • BEST OF THE BEST

    How we celebrated the big issue.
      Last Thursday, we published our 18th annual Best of the Inland Northwest readers poll, which, at 120 pages, is one of our biggest papers of the year. To celebrate, we threw a party at the Lincoln Center on March 23 and invited all of our honorees..
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  • Speaking in Tongues
  • Speaking in Tongues

    Washington musicians revive the songs of the past while creating a language that is uniquely their own.
      “Mighty Squirrel’s music doesn’t fit any categorization,” says Greg Spatz, who plays bouzouki, fiddle and octave mandolin in the band. “Which, to my thinking, makes it a pure folk music in the sense that it borrows from other traditions. We take something that’s been around for hundreds of years and then we make it our own.
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  • 'Earth Control,' Owen Hart
  • 'Earth Control,' Owen Hart

    What meth would sound like it if it was at all productive.
      If meth heads weren’t so busy selling their stuff, they might have beat Owen Hart to making music like this: jacked-up, cranked-out, over-thetop metal with a perma-boner. Save for their drummer, who is no Dave Lombardo (yet), they make Slayer look like a bunch of old guys.
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  • Ten Years to the top
  • Ten Years to the top

    How Spokane got the best party around
      — a 10-year veteran and a major player in First Night — will be teaching people how to make their own magical flute at Merlyn’s Comic Book Shop. Another First Night regular, the Celtic Nots/Haran Irish Dancers, will perform at the Convention Center Ballroom.
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  • Kult Of Personality
  • Kult Of Personality

    Which Norwegian black metal band is the most legit? That depends on what you’re looking for
      has it that when Norwegian black metal band Mayhem found its singer dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, they took the strewn about pieces of his skull and made them into necklaces. They took pictures of the corpse and the grisly scene surrounding it (one of those photos later ended up on a rare live bootleg).
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  • Work In Progress
  • Work In Progress

      It made sense to me two weeks ago to write an impassioned column on Earth Day. Hell, four months back, when I was first tasked with the challenge of co-organizing a killer of a celebration around Earth Day 2010, I envisioned huge media fanfare, tens...
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  • Bardcore
  • Bardcore

    When amps collided with iambic pentameter, the Metal Shakespeare Company was born
      Luke Dennis, the group’s bassist, signed onto the idea because, as he says, “A literate metal fan would be hard-pressed to dispute that there is anything more metal than the tragedies that befall the likes of Macbeth and Hamlet %uFFFD— both victims of their own treacherous environments and their own agonizing thoughts.
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  • Metalwork
  • Metalwork

    Rust in Peace is 20 years old, and Dave Mustaine is finally chilling out a little
      As the acerbic singer and guitarist for the legendary thrash band, Megadeth, Mustaine has seen his share of turmoil. Whether he was feuding with other metal musicians (most famously with his former band, Metallica) or having brushes with death as the result of his excessive drug use, Mustaine was always in the thick of it.
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