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Ness Heads “Pull Me Up”

Ness Heads has released visuals for the first single, “Pull Me Up”, from her forthcoming EP, “Numb", which is due out on October 25th.

You can catch Ness Heads on October 17th at Schubas with Ajani Jones and Khary.

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Lavisher “Garment"

Lavisher has released a new single, “Garment”, from their forthcoming debut album, Drastic Shadows, which will be released on October 18th via Nefarious Industries.

Lavisher is lead by the vocals and guitar of Gavin Cushman III, and this album follow’s their 2017 self-titled debut EP.

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Novembers Doom "Nephilim Grove"

Legendary Doom Metal group Novembers Doom are celebrating their 30th anniversary by releasing a new album called Nephilim Grove on November 1st.

You can currently stream the album’s title and its opening track, “Petrichor”, below.

Novembers Doom is hosting a listening party at Metal Monkey Brewing in Romeoville on October 25th.

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Jackson Davis "In The Morning"

Jackson Davis has released the second single and title track from his forthcoming album, In The Morning. This is inventive Dream Pop that Davis is masterfully recording on his own in his local apartment. The album’s first single was dropped back in April and was called “Hold My Hand”.

You can catch Jackson Davis at Burlington Bar on November 1st with Bestman, Palm Ghosts, and Cat Daiquiri.

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Sneeze's turbulent genre-fusing record "Fin" delights

We cannot think of a better way to ignite your weekend than by presenting you to a group that blends the best of the '90s and '00s at the highest speed possible. Sneeze is pop-punk meets grunge vehemently and in ever-pleasing fashion: the group's brand new record Fin is filled with fuzzed-out riffs and heavy-handed drum fills that progress quickly toward mosh-inducing power-pop breakdowns. Take tracks like "Not in Service" as prime examples of the group’s ability to switch from rapid punk rhythms into intricate-swelling atmospheric segments that set up more instrumental madness. Just as you think you are catching your breath, the band has another progression too good not to bang your head to a la 2003. Tracks like "A Winter in Barcelona" flirt with nu-metal and showcase the group's instrumental proficiency and lust for noise. The Boston-based band is revving its engine for November dates throughout the West Coast, which are sure to be a good time. We are streaming the delightfully sinister track "Dark Earth" from the new record below. - Rene Cobar

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