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This Day In Music History: October 28th, 1997 – Deftones release sophomore album ‘Around The Fur’

Released on this day in 1997, Deftones’ sophomore album Around The Fur was an unqualified success story. Eventually going Platinum on the wave of fans that tracks like “My Own Summer (Shove It)” and “Be Quiet And Drive (Far Away)” brought in, it’s still a fan favorite for many reasons.

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Zero Dawn may be tech-death’s next big thing

The metal scene is an ever-evolving environment, and sometimes oversaturated. There are times when gems that sparkle from the seeming pile of dirt shines through, and we think technical death metal newcomers Zero Dawn will be a gem in that pile of dirt. The group is a 2020 newly formed band, one that means serious business. Zero Dawn has just released their second track “Obsolete” which is a pulverizing 5 minute track of sheer riffage and brutal vocals. Yes, we said riffage. The thing about this band is the guitar work is what captivated us, not even mentioning the precise percussion and earth shattering vocals that add even more to the mix. The transitions are very clean and creative compared to what we’ve often heard in the genre as well. The songwriting is well done – some sections would be carried by a fitting atmosphere of harmonies, and some fittingly would be help emphasize vocals by adding a layer of intensity. Listen for yourself below!

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Is a Miley Cyrus and Halestorm collaboration in the works? Lzzy Hale says “You know I’m down”

Miley Cyrus is currently going viral for an honestly sparkling cover of The Cranberries’ “Zombie” just a week ago. Performed for a benefit at the legendary Whiskey A Go Go, it’s one of the world’s most iconic music venues, providing the start for some of the biggest musicians in history. While the megastar is flirting with one of metal’s biggest bands on her upcoming Metallica cover tribute album, it appears this might not be the only time the pop star is flirting with more rock-oriented music.

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