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Pig Destroyer
Support: SECT, Tomb Mold, Mount Cyanide
Date: Saturday July 27th, 2019
Venue: Velvet Underground in Toronto, Ontario

Mount Cyanide was fucking incredible. I saw them over Christmas break last year and was really impressed by them then but they were even better this time around. I donít even know if they played for twenty minutes but it was perfect.

This is the third time Iíve seen Tomb Mold in as many months. Theyíre going to be huge. All of Pig Destroyer was watching them from the side of the stage. I personally donít get iĒ but I think this crowd was especially ruckus because it was a hometown show. They play somewhere in town once a month so itís really not a big deal. But then I thought back to the first death metal bands I heard and remembered that feeling so I get it. They were good tonight but played a little too long for my liking. And I canít even make my joke about it being nice that they let their dad play bass because heís grown a beard and almost looks the same age as the rest of the band.

SECT was cool. Iím not into hardcore that much anymore (that phase was a short one) but these guys were better than most. A little too much chitchat between songs.

I donít have many ďbucket listĒ bands because Iíve seen almost everyone I want to see, or theyíre gone and Iíll never see them. But Pig Destroyer is a bucket list band for me. Iíve been listening to them for almost twenty years and this is the first time theyíve ever played Toronto. And yeah, it was a dream come true. They sounded phenomenal. Scott Hull was a fucking beast on the guitar, J.R. sounded incredible on vocals and I learned what Blake Harrison does in the band...a few samples, walk around the stage making scary faces and most of the vocals in the Diplomat. At least tonight anyway. He also seems like he may be the bands ďleaderĒ, which is funny because they were around for ten years before he joined the band but he carries himself in that manner. I could barely hear the bass player but that doesnít matter. They didnít play all my favourites but Iíve waited twenty years to lose my shit to Trojan Whore and Piss Angel and lose my shit I did. Itís probably a good thing they didnít play the Bug, Thumbsucker, Gravedancer or Towering Flesh. Especially the Bug. That ďCOME ONĒ part in the bridge may have hurt something. The crowd was rabid for them and called them back out for TWO encores. They donít even do encores. They were going to play more but J.R.'s voice was shot.

Yeah, they were fucking incredible.

Pig Destroyer
1. Dark Train
2. Loathsome
3. Sis
4. The Americanís Head
5. Eve
6. Rotten Yellow
7. Starbelly
8. Army of Cops
9. Terminal Itch
10. Circle River
11. Totaled
12. The Torture Fields
13. Pretty in Casts
14. Terrifyer
15. Crippled Horses
16. Cheerleader Corpses
17. Scatology Homework
18. Trojan Whore
19. Piss Angel
encore 1:
20. Sheet Metal Girl
21. Hyperviolet
encore 2:
22. The Diplomat

LOL, Tomb Mold.

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Darsombra, Uxvae, Subterranea, Grey Heaven Grey Earth
Date: Thursday August 1st, 2019
Venue: Sneaky Dís in Toronto, Ontario

The first act Grey Heaven Grey Earth was a noise/drone/doom guy but he was really good. It was more than just distorted wind. He broke a guitar out midway through his set and did some Sunn 0))) worship. Funny thing was I was standing next to him at Pig Destroyer a few days ago. Small world.

I saw the next act playing as Astronauts Daughter (a duo) a few months ago but tonight she played as a solo act Subterranea. There was a lot more going on with this performance and it was really cool. It was minimal electronic gothic music with opera vocals.

If thereís one sentence to describe Uxvae itís ďholy shit they were incredibleĒ. It was similar music to the others; slow gothic drone. But they did something special that made it...special. I shouldnít even joke around. This was one of those performances that changes a persons life. They didnít have any CDs left so I bought a download card.

Darsombra were much tamer but they were a fucking trip too. Imagine the spacier parts of Ufomammut but WAY more interesting. Visually they were fucking awesome too. The guy just jammed out riffs but the way the girl moved and played the keyboard was so fucking sexy. They had a really good sense of humour, with their video screen playing some basset hounds during the one light-hearted part of their set and they lyrics playing on the screen sing along style. Their lyrics consisted of ďah yay, ah yay, ah yay, ah yah yay; ah yay, ah yay, ah yay, ah yah yay; ah yay, ah yay, ah yay, yay ee ah ohĒ. And they were just the happiest people Iíve seen playing on stage; smiling the whole timeÖhigh as fucking kites. Nice people too. I bought their new album after the show and itís one forty-two minute song called Transmissions; which was their entire set tonight.

I didnít expect this to be some strange spiritual zen show. I thought I was going to a metal show. I just know the promoter and I've never left one of his shows disappointed so I just go. But it ended up being really fucking cool and Iím glad I came out. The first two acts both played a little to long and the last two acts didnít play nearly long enough but thatís fine. Darsombra are touring for the next two months and I have no idea where theyíre playing but if you see their name on a poster or something check them out.

Sneaky Dís rules on nights like these because there werenít even twenty people there and their drinks are piss cheap.

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Vesication, Blastomycosis, Burdizzo, Mors Verum
Date: Saturday August 3rd, 2019
Venue: Duffyís Tavern in Toronto, Ontario

The first band Mors Verum was two kids playing death metal with drum and bass backing tracks. I felt for them and I respect their balls. And they werenít entirely terrible. The vocals were way too high in the mix but that wasnít their fault. The drum programming was really good. But they kinda took a page from every death metal bands book. I swear Iíd heard one of their riffs in some other bands songs.

Burdizzo have been around the Toronto scene for a couple years now, usually opening for bigger touring death metal bands like Aborted and Brujeria. I was supposed to see them opening for both those bands but I never made it in time. ...they kinda sucked. Musically they were good but their vocalist wasnít very good at all. If they got a better grindcore singer or maybe a guy who did death metal theyíd be much better.

It took Blastomycosis a few songs to get going. Theyíre a pretty cool local brutal death metal band but their big problem is their singers stage presence. He literally stands there and always looks like heíd rather be anywhere else in the world. And high as fuck. They were good but itís hard to get into a band when the band themselves look so uninterested.

Vaginal Addiction were supposed to play last but they had to drop off the show a week ago so Vesication got added to the show and it became their CD release show. I made it through two songs and I bailed. They were terrible.

This show was garbage. I only stayed as long as I did because I was already there. The best band may have been the two kids playing along with a programmed rhythm section.

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Vesication


Blastomycosis


Burdizzo


Mors Verum


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Fister, Horse Lung, Pitiless
Date: Sunday August 4th, 2019
Venue: the Bovine Sex Club in Toronto, Ontario

Before last night I donít think Iíd ever seen a band that was a guitarist and a singer playing to a programmed rhythm section. But now Iíve seen two in two nights. Pitiless were more grindcore crust than the one last night (who were brutal death metal) and they were honestly terrible. They depended too much on the samples and programming which sounded far too programmed. And the singer knocked my drink all over me. But they did a cover of Nine Inch Nails Mr. Self-Destruct so they werenít all bad. Just mostly bad. Like, eighty-three percent bad. Like everything other than the cover was bad.

Iíve seen Horse Lung before and theyíre okay. Just another sludgy doom band. Their songs seem longer than the other million sludgy doom bands Iíve seen. Like...ĒforeverĒ longer.

And Fister was (you guessed it) another doomy sludge band too. So many doomy sludge bands. Iím over them. But they did a doomy sludge cover of For Whom the Bell Tolls then a doomy sludge cover of Mandatory Suicide, so that was neat. It was honestly pretty awesome. Like, best part of this whole crappy show awesome. Too bad their original songs dragged the set down.

I think my enjoyment of shows at the Bovine Sex Club is soley dependent on what movies they're playing at the bar and tonight they were playing Point Break, some Alien knock-off and some live concert video of some band that wasn't Skinny Puppy.

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Neurotic Entertainment 5th Anniversary Show
Featuring: Stolos, Dead Asylum, Saudade
Date: Thursday August 8th, 2019
Venue: Duffyís Tavern in Toronto, Ontario

Iíve seen some of the members of Saudade in another band, which I cannot remember the name of right now. That band was somewhat laughable but Saudade was really good. Simple primal black metal. I liked them.

The next guys Dead Asylum came all the way from British Columbia to play to maybe fifteen people but they were really good metalcore that leaned closer to melodic death metal.

The last band Stolos gets bonus points for visual presentation. Musically they were fucking awesome too. Some nice, occult black metal. I was even going to by merch afterwards but they only had a tape and a t-shirt I wasnít overly thrilled with.

You couldíve fooled me this was Neurotic Entertainments fifth anniversary show. There were maybe thirty people there and a lot of the regulars who usually show up to her shows were absent. But rather than holding the anniversary show on the weekend of the anniversary I think this was the actual date of the five year anniversary and it was a Thursday. Iím not sure if some other bands were in town tonight either. She didnít even book any of her usual ďgo toĒ bands like Lutharo or Ammo. But I got a commemorative t-shirt...from a show she did on a boat last month that I didnít even go to. Sheís so hot.

Too bad because of all her shows Iíve gone to this was maybe the best one. It was way more black metal and way less butt metal. I think one more band wouldíve done this show best. It felt really short.



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Harms Way
Support: Jesus Piece, Fuming Mouth, Real World
Date: Saturday August 10th, 2019
Venue: the Hard Luck Bar in Toronto, Ontario

I showed up a little late and missed most of Real Worlds set. They were a typical hardcore beat down band. The singer is the least ďhardcore beat downĒ looking guy Iíve seen in my life. He reminded me of that one guy in Michael Jacksonís Beat It music video.

I sat back during Fuming Mouth because my backís been bothering me this week but they were really good. They were kind of a midway point between Entombed-core and beatdown. When they leaned more to the death metal side of things they were really cool because their songs were really basic and fast. The only problem was they only have one guitar player and the sound died during the few leads they had. I bought a shirt and a CD and the singer was a really nice young man.

I think Portrayal of Guilt are part of this tour but they didnít play tonight. I saw them in February and they wouldíve really stuck out like sore thumbs at this show.

Jesus Piece werenít bad either. Just another hardcore beatdown band. They were tight and sounded good but they had too much downtime between their songs.

Seeing Harms Way tonight meant a lot to me. For years the band Iíve seen live the most times has been Bon Jovi, who Iíve seen live eight times. Whenever someone asked me who Iíve seen live the most Iíd have to play dumb and be like ďuhhhhhh, I dunno. Probably some death metal bandĒ. But tonight marked the ninth time Iíve seen Harms Way live and now I can say with total dignity that Iíve seen Harms Way live the most times. They werenít as good tonight. I donít know why? It just wasnít clicking. I mean they were good they werenít GOOD. Iím used to seeing them do short headlining sets but tonights seemed exceptionally short. And despite seeing them nine times now I still donít know the titles of everything they play. The crowd were lamewads (it was an all ages show) and there were too many photographers at the front of the stage. Meh, whatever. Iíll still see them a tenth time.

Harms Way
1. ?
2. Human Carrying Capacity
3. Last Man
4. ?
5. Temptation
6. Law of the Land/Infestation
7. Call My Name
8. Become a Machine

It was a good show but all of the bands sounded the same.

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Can't wait for the weekend to check out the new albums from Slipknot, Killswitch Engage, and Unprocessed. I also want to sift through some Rivers of Nihil and Rolo Tomassi too see what's the big fuss.



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1. ?
2. Human Carrying Capacity
3. Last Man
4. ?
5. Temptation
6. Law of the Land/Infestation
7. Call My Name
8. Become a Machine

Yeah that setlist seemed really short for a headliner. I was thinking of hitting up this show when it came to NY, but for me there's better shows coming to town this fall. I know Knocked Loose has an amazing line-up coming to town soon. Also, I wanted to like Jesus Piece, but I just don't.
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Yeah that setlist seemed really short for a headliner. I was thinking of hitting up this show when it came to NY, but for me there's better shows coming to town this fall. I know Knocked Loose has an amazing line-up coming to town soon. Also, I wanted to like Jesus Piece, but I just don't.
ive never seen harms way do more than thirty minutes (even headlining) but this one felt like it was twenty
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Slipknot's new album, We Are Not Your Kind is really good, much better than .5: The Gray Chapter. I have to say Unsainted, Birth of the Cruel, Nero Forte, Critical Darling, Red Flag, Orphan and Not Long for This World are my favourite tracks and the ones I'd recommend. It's great to see Slipknot can still deliver a very solid record in 2019, which they have done so here and is really run to listen to. Love the contrast between the screams and cleans of Corey (who I feel has delivered a better and more memorable vocal performance on this release in comparison to their last) and the instruments all really stick out. Brilliant album.

I've also recently got back into a band that used to be a guilty pleasure of mine, Motionless in White. I had their debut album, Creatures, which was a good album and a CD I got during my metalcore phase and I then stopped following them after that. That's probably because I was then going through a more electronic music stage (thanks to Linkin Park, Pendulum, Innerpartysystem, etc.) or the fact I got into other metalcore bands. However, by chance, one of their new songs came up as recommended on YouTube and I listened to it and loved it. They've definitely changed their style going from a gothic metalcore band and heading in a more industrial metal or nu-metalcore direction. I listened to Brand New Numb and parts of </c0de > and I just had to get a copy. Ordered a signed copy of their new album, Disguise (which the title track was awesome also after listening to the digital download of the song I got with ordering the album) and listened to the album on Tuesday and I was impressed. It's a fantastic, fun album. It has a more mature sound in comparison to Creatures, the vocals are excellent from Chris Motionless, who has improved a lot since their debut album both in terms of his cleans and his screams. The lyrics are better but still cringeworthy in parts and the instrumentation is strong, the synths adds a new layer to the tracks and when the breakdowns and heavier moments come in, they are a welcome surprise.

Disguise, Headache, </c0de>, Thoughts & Prayers, Legacy, Undead Ahead 2: The Tale of the Midnight Ride, Holding on to Smoke, Another Life and Brand New Numb are the tracks I'd recommend listening to. </c0de> has to have one of the most epic and catchy choruses and ending to a song ever, I just love it! Definitely pleased with this purchase and getting back into a band I haven't listened to since 2010. Great album that is very catchy with tracks (like the ones I've listed) that will get stuck in your head for a long time.

Other releases I'm looking forward to are Issues, Starset, Wage War, PVRIS, In This Moment, Babymetal, Of Mice & Men, Sleeping With Sirens, Dayshell and Alter Bridge. A great year so far in terms of music releases!




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30 immolated; 16 returned
Support: Cryophilic, Old Witch, Metaldian
Date: Friday August 16th, 2019
Venue: Doors Taco Joint & Metal Pub in Hamilton, Ontario

Last month I saw Metaldian thinking they were 30 immolated; 16 returned. At that show I thought it was strange that they (30 immolated; 16 returned) were playing in street clothes, the one guitarist was using an eight-string guitar instead of a six string and that the drummer was doing most of the vocals. It turns out Metaldian is a different band with all the same members that sounds pretty much the same and at that last show I left before 30 immolated; 16 returned even played (I went and saw Razor play a few streets over). Whatever, Metaldian are really cool too.

Old Witch WAS AWESOME. It was a single guy doing electronics and black metal screaming in almost complete darkness (just a few candles). It was SO AWESOME.

I saw Cryophilic at this same place almost a year ago to the day and hated them, but tonight they were awesome. Brutal Technical Death Metal that didnít need their drummer wearing a Suffocation shirt to let the world know who their main influence is.

This was 30 immolated; 16 returneds album release show. They were awesome, crazy dissonant noise. Maybe twenty people were there for them (I think the promoter even bailed) but that means only twenty people in this world are cool.

It was a really good show. Usually Neurotic Entertainments shows are ass unless youíre drunk but the last two have been much more up my alley.


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Slipknot's new album, We Are Not Your Kind is really good, much better than .5: The Gray Chapter. I have to say Unsainted, Birth of the Cruel, Nero Forte, Critical Darling, Red Flag, Orphan and Not Long for This World are my favourite tracks and the ones I'd recommend. It's great to see Slipknot can still deliver a very solid record in 2019, which they have done so here and is really run to listen to. Love the contrast between the screams and cleans of Corey (who I feel has delivered a better and more memorable vocal performance on this release in comparison to their last) and the instruments all really stick out. Brilliant album.
I love Iowa because it's one of my first metal albums but it's objectively not a good album and it's poorly written (People = Shit, damn, and I used to think it was so briliant and subversive as a (dumb) teen).

All Hope is Gone had its moments but some tracks were lacking.

I fucking hated The Gray Chapter except The Devil in I

I don't remember their first album well to be honest.

So I had no expectations towards the new one. Aaaaaand..... it's probably their best album with Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses as far as I'm concerned.

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Sertraline, Old Witch, Kavara
Date: Sunday August 18th, 2019
Venue: Duffyís Tavern in Toronto, Ontario

Kavara were a very young death metal band. They were okay. The singer wasnít very good at all. Ditch her and let the bass player do all the vocals and theyíd have a good future ahead of them.

I saw Old Witch on Friday and was blown away. So when I found out he was playing again tonight I was all in. Tonight was his last show so itís too bad I found out about him two days before he hung it up. But he also performs as a folky dark ambient project called Moon Sunn Moon and that project is awesome too. Tonight wasnít quite as incredible as Friday was but it was incredible. His music is free on Bandcamp, so here you go: https://oldwitch.bandcamp.com/

Sertraline are cut from the same cloth as Deafheaven and whatnot but they didnít turn into complete pusses, like Deafheaven did. At least they havenít yet. They were awesome. I loved the three-guitar attack. Their CDs were only five dollars each so I bought both.

Karina and her epic bosom are batting three for three the last few shows sheís booked. Too bad no one comes to her shows when she books bands like this. But I think she heard Darkthrone for the first time ever a few weeks ago and itís opened up a whole other world of metal to her. Hopefully she hears Weregoat or Last Days of Humanity some day soon.

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Yeah, the new Slipknot is Slipknot. It’s good. Probably on par with the last one but not as good as self-titled or Vol. 3. I’ve never gotten into Iowa. Corey Taylor isn’t a very good singer or lyricist. He’s the weak link even in the best songs. The ballads are all horrendous. But their ballads are always bad. I can’t them seriously because they’re still the band that wears Halloween masks, have two members who play garbage cans and had the one guy jerking his nose off. A lot of the later songs really reminded me of Mushroomhead.

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Negate Life, Modern Eyes, Battlebear, Faul McCartney
Date: Saturday August 24th, 2019
Venue: the Grand Gerard Theatre in Toronto, Ontario

The Grand Gerard is an old (but still operational) movie theatre that the promoter works at. I think he gets to use it for free. Heís been putting on shows a lot here the last few months since another club in town called Coalition closed. This was the first time Iíve made it out to a show here. Quite frankly; itís a dump. Itís in a crap area of town for live music and gets no foot traffic. I donít think the bands were too happy with it either. A couple of them were from Montreal and were asking me where they could go walk around and pass out flyers for the show and I had to tell them that unless they wanted to drive fifteen minutes West they were out of luck.

But one awesome thing is being that itís a theatre there are tons of places to sit!

Faul McCartney was a very young grindcore band. Their name was the best part but as their set went on they had some cool moments. The bass players tone was really good. The singer was so nervous though that I felt bad for her.

Battlebear were really good once they hit their grove. Mystery Box is one minute long on album but they stretched it out to a ten-minute jam. Usually Iíd hate a jam but that that song was so awesome. I only know all their song titles because there was no one there and I could hear them talking to one another and theyíre pretty memorable titles. I liked them.

Battlebear
1. ? (I think it was called Cowards)
2. Battlebear
3. Salt & Vinegar Tourniquet
4. Grimm Hortons
5. Mystery Box
6. ?

Modern Eyes were really damn good. I canít say much more than that. They were damn good. Again, their metal parts were cool but once they locked into this almost post-rock section of one song it got really awesome. You wouldnít think things like that would work at metal shows but they did tonight.

Negate Life turned everything to eleven and were just noise and static. But it was awesome. Iím pretty sure theyíre a hardcore beatdown band. Theyíre what my mom hears whenever she hears my music.

It felt like I was watching amateur night tonight. The sound guy was also the lighting guy and help with setups and takedowns (I think he was the manager too). It was the first time Iíve heard so much banter between the band and the sound guy and he was all over the place. He took his job way too seriously and the bands were all just like ďÖcan we play now?Ē He needs to take a Ritalin and to stop being such an audiophile.

Not a fan of the Grand Gerard Theatre. I wonít go out of my way to go there again. It was one step above a house show. The bands were all great tonight but everything else wasnít working. The bar was shit but the bartender was hot. If there had of been something else going on in town tonight I probably wouldíve left and gone to that.


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