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In This Moment And The Half God Half Devil Tour

In this Moment Half God Half Devil Tour on Selective Memory

In This Moment at the Egyptian Room, Old National Centre In This Moment performed along with Avatar, Gemini Syndrome, and Motionless In White  for the Half God Half Devil Tour (Dahlia Presents) at Old National Centre. Jump to other bands in this photo series: Avatar Gemini Syndrome Motionless In White

Blood Legions Unleashed: Half God Half Devil Tour

In This Moment, Motionless In White, Avatar and Gemini Syndrome brought The Half God Half Devil Tour to the Old National Centre The Half God Half Devil tour—presented by Dahlia Presents—stormed into Indianapolis and the Egyptian Room on April 14, 2017. The tour featured In This Moment with support from Motionless In

Chatting it Up With Cattle Decapitation

Cattle Decapitation on Selective Memory

Selective Memory talks with Josh Elmore about Cattle Decapitation and the 35th Anniversary of Metal Blade Records I met up with guitarist Josh Elmore after a brutal live performance at Old National. Presented by Dahlia Presents, Cattle Decapitation joined with GoatWhore, Whitechapel, Allegaeon, and Necromancing the Stone to celebrate Metal Blades'

Metal Blade Celebrates 35 Years with Anniversary Tour

Whitechapel on Selective Memory

Cattle Decapitation, Goatwhore, Allegaeon, Necromancing the Stone, and Whitechapel perform at Old National for the Metal Blade 35th Anniversary Tour If you listen to metal, you know Metal Blade Records. Founded in 1982 by Brian Slagel, Metal Blade gave us the introduction to debuts from such bands as Slayer and Corrosion

Jimmy Bower on the brutal return of Superjoint

Superjoint on Selective Memory

Superjoint, Child Bite, Death Collector, Battlecross, and ImJohnWayne rev up The Emerson in Indianapolis Wednesday January 25th brought the newly reformed Superjoint (formerly Superjoint Ritual) to Indianapolis' Emerson Theater. I had the opportunity to sit down with guitarist Jimmy Bower prior to the show. The fall and subsequent rise of Superjoint,

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