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Justin Bieber FLIPS OUT at Photog -- 'I'll Beat the F**k Out of You'

Justin Bieber FLIPS OUT at Photog -- 'I'll Beat the F**k Out of You' | Post-Hardcore | Scoop.it
Justin Bieber's feeling better -- in fact, he's feeling good enough to FIGHT ... 'cause he just went after a photog in London ... and screamed, "I'LL… (WHOOOO, JUSTIN'S HARDCORE, EH?
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With this genre, laughing at "artist," Justin Bieber, is usually a given. I guess he feels better from calling off a show and collapsing – well enough to fight. Both parties, though, said negative words in all fairness.

 

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Why Mosh Pits Make For A Good Physics Lesson

Why Mosh Pits Make For A Good Physics Lesson | Post-Hardcore | Scoop.it
Have moshers been taking physics lessons? While swarms of sweaty, raging humans might look like anarchy, physicists at Cornell say heavy metal pits (RT @enterrob: “@sciencemuseum: One for the heavy metal fans...
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The obvious con is the potential danger in a mosh pit. Pros, as the article suggests, is the reaction time of moshers will help in emergency situations. Also, the “unwritten” rules of a pit would help in such situations to help others up if they fall, unwillingly get pushed, etc.

 

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SOUND CHECK: Chiodos cautiously bringing the band back together

SOUND CHECK: Chiodos cautiously bringing the band back together | Post-Hardcore | Scoop.it
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Drama and hate aside from a long rough past, front-man, Craig Owens, has successfully made things right. Band is back to its origins and ready to take the genre back.

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Confirmed: KILLSWITCH ENGAGE Frontman ... - Metal Injection

Confirmed: KILLSWITCH ENGAGE Frontman ... - Metal Injection | Post-Hardcore | Scoop.it
Heavy Blog Is Heavy was doing some Facebook stalking on metal industry vet Mike Gitter, who worked A&R at Roadrunner and actually signed Killswitch Engage to the label. Mike is currently working at Razor & Tie doing ...
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KSE's previous vocalist is starting a new project? Jones is well known in the industry, and any new projects will have high expectations. With that said, if the sound is nothing like KSE or BHBS, they will have to work hard to get away from those labels and be recognized as their own sound. Especially for a vocalist, not getting compared to your past is a difficult judgment to surpass.

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The case against digital music recording | Toronto Star

The case against digital music recording | Toronto Star | Post-Hardcore | Scoop.it
A Montreal producer explains the appeal of analog recording that dates back decades in an age of digital recording. (Thanks to Jace Lasek of @BesnardLakes, @Datsik and @GIMilner. A piece I wrote for @TorontoStar on digital recording.

Via Cory Hogan
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Many bands don’t have a preference for digital or audio, but some bands do. The band ZAO chose their studio for one of their albums by how the studio recorded their music.

 

 

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Emmanuel Lee Rivers's comment, March 9, 2013 4:33 PM
I grew up listening to ZAO and love the way they albums are recorded because it sounds so organic. I can defiantly say they sound live just as they do recorded.
Emmanuel Lee Rivers's comment, March 9, 2013 4:34 PM
I like both analog and digital
Kevin Smith's comment, March 9, 2013 4:54 PM
ZAO was my first introduction to anything heavier than what was on the radio. Also, the first band i mimicked vocals to. Wish I could have seen them live, man.