Articles by: Corey Deiterman

Molotov Revels in Politically Charged Punk, Hip-hop and Humor in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

The Mohawk in Austin brought Mexico to Austin, Texas on Tuesday, February 27 with the booking of Mexican superstars Molotov. Though they don’t come up in conversations quite so much stateside, their legacy spans back ...

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Screaming Females’ ‘All At Once’ Is Sprawling, Satisfying and Precise (Album Review)

  By their seventh album, most bands are winding down into a comfort zone that will largely appeal to the core base of fans they developed earlier on in their career. Screaming Females buck this ...

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Sparta Bring First Tour in Six Years to Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

Let’s get this out of the way first: when At the Drive-In dissolved in 2001, it split into two groups. Singer Cedric Bixler-Zavala and guitarist Omar Rodriguez-Lopez formed The Mars Volta. Singer/guitarist Jim Ward, drummer ...

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August Burns Red and Born of Osiris Celebrate Super Bowl Sunday With Victorious Austin Performance (SHOW REVIEW)

To misquote Morrissey, “August spawned a monster.” Metalcore titans August Burns Red teamed up with technical death metallers Born of Osiris for this tour for August Burns Red’s latest record, Phantom Anthem, and they just ...

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Whitechapel and Carnifex Conjure Slamming Riffage and Crushing Breakdowns in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

Coming just in time at the end of 2017, Whitechapel hopped on the bandwagon and embarked on their very own 10 year anniversary tour to celebrate their debut album, The Somatic Defilement. Though such anniversary ...

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Cold War Kids Showcase Solid Rock Bravado in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

Long Beach, California’s Cold War Kids have had an interesting path to stardom. Their debut album Robbers and Cowards propelled them to indie rock stardom and the hit single “Hang Me Up to Dry” ended ...

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Black Metal Legends Mayhem Descend Upon Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

Mayhem’s long and storied history requires no introduction for anyone even vaguely familiar with the black metal scene of Norway in the ‘80s and ‘90s. “Infamous” is a word that could easily be applied to ...

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Cattle Decapitation Give Austin Grinding Riffs and Death Metal Breakdowns (SHOW REVIEW)

Cattle Decapitation has always existed as an outlier in the extreme metal scene of the last twenty years. Defining exactly what they are is a challenge. From their earlier grindcore releases to their newest albums, ...

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Jay-Z Conjures Hip-Hop Spirits and Raises the Roof in Houston (SHOW REVIEW)

It would be wrong to call any place but Brooklyn “home” for Jay-Z, but the ties to Houston, Texas, run deep for the hip-hop legend. From inviting Houston rap kings UGK to be on one ...

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Chris Stapleton Brings Soulful Country Catalogue to Austin (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Chris Stapleton couldn’t get through so many years of cutting his teeth writing hit songs for others and performing with his old bluegrass band the Steeldrivers without learning a thing or two about showmanship. That ...

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