Also includes Fripp and Toyah, non-metal albums you couldn’t avoid, and more!
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At the turn of the millennium, Gold Coast’s Sunk Loto were one of the most unique and talented bands to come out of Australia. Exploding on the scene at the age of 16, the group were at the forefront of the country's nu metal movement, holding their own when touring with the likes of Korn, […]
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The outfit’s last and only album came out in 2014.
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Way back in October of last year, we heard that Chino Moreno‘s Deftones side-project Crosses (often stylized ✝︎✝︎✝︎) were working on new material. Now, the band has announced that they’ve signed a worldwide deal with […]
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Also includes Deftones, Cradle of Filth, Skid Row, and more.
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