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Henry Rollins

Spoken-word war on capitalism

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Sep 13,2012 - When you have at least six full-time jobs and one is trying to change the world, do you sleep? “Yeah,” Henry Rollins says. “At least five hours. That’s kind of what you get during the workweek.

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Eagle Twin

UT riffers melt audience's faces

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Aug 30,2012 - Now paired as Eagle Twin, the duo has already released their sophomore album.

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Wino & Conny Ochs

Metal god, songwriter combine powers

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Aug 9,2012 - When Scott “Wino” Weinrich talks about “the power of the song,” he doesn’t necessarily mean volume, as his lengthy résumé may imply.

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Iron Maiden

A Maiden trivia primer

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Jul 26,2012 - For nearly 40 years, Iron Maiden has been the gold standard in heavy metal, influencing countless musicians, terrifying parents and just being awesome.

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Toadies

'90s rockers hop back on the Web

By Randy Harward
POSTED // May 10,2012 - They came out of Texas like in a black & white horror film: a croaking, four-headed creature with malevolent intent.

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Maniac

Duo makes frenetic tunes in cramped space

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Apr 12,2012 - It takes balls—big ones—to pack your instruments and zero cash and see if you can make it from California to New York on your music alone.

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Tunes for the Holidaze

An Xmas playlist for hipsters

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Dec 22,2011 - Holiday tunes you could be listenin' to instead of microwaveable chestnuts by showboatin' chanteuses and Bing Crosby wannabes.

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MoTab Goes Metal

Ideas for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Dec 15,2011 - OK, so MoTab is already pretty renowned, what with having performed for every president since Taft and in almost 30 countries.

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Jesse Sykes

Gorgeous duality of The Sweet Hereafter

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Nov 25,2011 - The day before Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter plays in Salt Lake City, F.W. Murnau’s vampire movie Nosferatu plays at the Tower Theatre.

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Judas Priest

The metal gods speaketh

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Nov 2,2011 - Before metal splintered into factions, each trying to be more metal than the other, Judas Priest—along with Black Sabbath and AC/DC—formed a power troika of bands to fear. Priest, while thoroughly metal, was the least sinister. Clad head-to-toe in leather, Rob Halford and mates were more like bikers than bloodthirsty cultists, and they covered freakin’ Joan Baez and Fleetwood Mac. Halford barely had long hair, but his mighty voice conveyed a nonspecific threat, and the unknown is deeply fearsome.
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