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Heavy Nu Metal Band RIKSHA has released the Official Music Video for the title track of their upcoming album, Five Stages Of Numb. The band has also inked a worldwide deal with Zombie Shark Records, the new record label from Noah “Shark” Robertson(Motograter, Ex-The Browning). The band’s latest album, Five Stages Of Numb, was recorded at Elevate Studios by notable producer and drummer for Chelsea Grin, Pablo Viveros. Album art was provided by Die Elster.  Five Stages Of Numb will be available May 12, 2017, but can be pre-ordered NOW.

Riksha’s sound is affectionately known as “throg”, a mixture of “thrash” and “progressive”. The band …

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[30 Sep 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
Gemini Syndrome’s Aaron Nordstrom

Many fans may recognize him as the former guitarist of OTEP, which was subsequent to his vocal role in Synapse as well as guitarist in another project, Anome. He truly is the epitome of the cliché that he could sing before he could talk.

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[21 Jul 2010 | One Comment | ]
Gemini Syndrome: If You Don’t Know Them…You Will!

Poised to be the next big thing coming out of Los Angeles’ music scene, Gemini Syndrome is coming out swinging.

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[28 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
Cerebellion “Inalienable”

The recent release of their CD Inalienable is a demonstration of Cerbellion’s chemistry between its members; the synergy that can be created when a band works as one to produce a sound that isn’t confined by labels or genres.

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[28 Feb 2010 | 4 Comments | ]
How to Make It in the Music Industry

Hollywood Music Magazine (HMM) has talked to several music industry insiders about what it takes in the scene of the new millennium for bands to get to that next level. This is the first part of the series.

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[11 Feb 2010 | No Comment | ]
IS IT METAL?

For more than a few years, fans and some critics have drawn their own lines about what is metal and what is not. From the early years of Black Sabbath through the New Wave of British Heavy Metal with Judas Priest, Iron Maiden and Motorhead it was a general consensus, “Oh that is metal!” In the decade following (1980’s) opinions started to stray.