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Album Review: Agalloch

The Serpent & the Sphere (Profound Lore)


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[FOLK METAL] When Portland’s folk-metal quartet Agalloch released its new single, “Celestial Effigy,” the website MetalSucks wrote, “I’ve yet to meet a person who says, ‘Nah, I don’t   More
 
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 CAT JONES

Video: The Body, "At the Mercy of It All"

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The Body recently relocated to Portland and, according to an interview they recently did with VICE, they sold their AK-47s to afford the move.  Clearly, the guitar-and-drum duo aren’t timid when it comes to approaching the genuine terror o...   More
 
Friday, April 4, 2014 by CAT JONES

Extended Q&A: Crosses' Chino Moreno

The Deftones frontman talks his new dark-pop side-project, moving to Bend and surviving nu-metal.

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Unlike his past projects, Chino Moreno’s Crosses (stylized as †††) is more rooted in electronica and New Wave than anything that might be described as “rock ’n’ roll”—a potentially rough pill to swallow for fans of his main band, art-metal mainstays Deftones. Regardless, wit...   More
 
Tuesday, April 1, 2014 by CAT JONES

Mic Check: Chino Moreno

On Crosses


Music Stories
Unlike his past projects, Chino Moreno’s Crosses (stylized as †††) is more rooted in electronica and New Wave than anything that might be described as “rock ’n’ roll”—a potential   More
 
Wednesday, March 26, 2014 CAT JONES

By Demons Be Driven

Don’t let Phil Anselmo’s reputation scare you: He’s really just a big nerd.


Music Stories
“I think I have a mental problem because I cannot stop listening to Portal, for God’s sake,” says Phil Anselmo, over the phone from the headquarters of his Austin, Texas, record label, House   More
 
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 CAT JONES

Top Five Essential Phil Anselmo Albums


Top 5
Pantera, Cowboys From Hell (1990) The first “real” Pantera record, on which the band shed its early glam image to focus thoroughly on thrash metal. If you aren’t seeing stars by the end of    More
 
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 CAT JONES

The Best Thing I Heard This Year: Portland Edition

WW’s music staff picks its favorite local albums of 2013.


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Blitzen Trapper, VII A consistently suggestive blend of robust alt-country and catchy guitar-picking from Portland’s resident kings of genre-roving Americana. (GS) Epp, Chrome Plated Chronicle   More
 
Tuesday, December 24, 2013 NATHAN CARSON, PETE COTTELL, JAY HORTON, REED JACKSON, CAT JONES, MITCH LILLIE, GEOFF NUDELMAN, MATTHEW SINGER, GRACE STAINBACK, MARK STOCK, KAITIE TODD, BRANDON WIDDER
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