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What’s Spinning Me #24: After The Burial

Welcome back, all readers and writers alike. Today’s issue of What’s Spinning Me, I cover Minnesota’s best heavy band, After The Burial and their newest record Evergreen. Imagine, the year is 950 and you are a fierce Viking ravaging the high seas ready to cause death and destruction. You and Viking cohorts find your way

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Music Interviews With Shoe: The Radio Broadcast

Welcome back, y’all, it’s David Shoemaker from Frankenculture, here to bring you an interview done with an electronic duo named The Radio Broadcast. The Radio Broadcast released their newest ep Arrived earlier this year in January. Arrived features music that makes me feel like I am in an intergalactic space club aboard Star Trek‘s USS

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Fear Incorporated Invokes New Album “Apparitions”

I believe all music makes you feel something, good or bad. I believe that music should invoke the best parts of you and simmer down the worst parts about yourself. Light and fear dwell in the same place and music is the tool that either summons one or both to the surface. With all that

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What’s Spinning Me #23: The Maine

Let me paint a scene for you. The year is 2019 and you are driving down a desert highway, driving at about 80 miles an hour. The sun is setting and the time is about 730pm. You are behind the wheel of a 1967 black Ford Mustang Fastback and the one you love is next

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What’s Spinning Me #22: Avenged Sevenfold

Welcome back y’all to a special issue of What’s Spinning Me. Today I will be taking it back about six years and sharing with you all an album that still rocks just as hard since its release in 2013. That album is Hail To The King by Southern California metal titans, Avenged Sevenfold. What’s Spinning

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Music Interviews with Shoe: Gnostic Gorilla

Hey y’all, David Shoemaker here, and at Frankenculture, we love and support all that is “indie” or “Underground”, so I put my feelers out there for some underground bands and artists to listen to. Today, I bring you an interview with underground solo artist, Canada’s own, Gnostic Gorilla. Gnostic Gorilla is an underground gothic dark

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