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TOP POSTS: This Week’s Most Read Posts On Hypebot

This week, the most popular among Hypebot's many articles looked at Spotify's eventual transformation into a full stack company, the most powerful independent curators on the streaming service, how you can most effectively invest in your music career + yourself, and much, much more. Spotify Will Become A Full Stack Music Company [Mark Mulligan] 15 Most Powerful Independent Curators On Spotify Best Ways To I ...

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10 Things You Should Do As Soon As You Sign Up New Music For Distribution

While signing up for a distribution process is certainly an important of getting your music out there, it doesn't end there. Here we look at ten things you must do once you've signed it up for distribution to ensure your new tunes actually make an impact. ___________________________ Guest post by Chris Robley of DIY Musician There’s more to getting your music out there than simply pressing the “finalize” bu ...

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Demo:listen: Obscene

Welcome to Demo:listen, your weekly peek into the future of underground extreme metal. Whether they’re death, black, doom, sludge, grind, thrash, -core, heavy, speed, punk-, stoner, etc., we’re here to bring you the latest demos from the newest bands. On this week’s Demo:listen we summon from the pit the dreadful power of Indianapolis’ Obscene. It’s a good day when we get to cover a demo from a formidable, ...

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Dream Death – “Journey Into Mystery”

The late ’80s were a heady time for the burgeoning extreme metal scene, although not every band that released a great record received its just compensation. Such was the case for Pittsburgh’s doom-death pioneers, Dream Death. Following in the lumbering and massive footsteps of bands like Trouble, Pentagram and Celtic Frost, Dream Death appeared right on time with their 1987 debut, Journey into Mystery. Ofte ...

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Why You Should Give the New Trivium Album a Chance

Alright everyone, hear me out on this. I know that a new Trivium album isn’t a very high priority for many Decibel readers in 2017. The year has been incredible for all stripes of extreme, underground metal music, especially death metal. So it might seem a little off-message for me to try and pull you out of the cave and into the light of the well-produced, highly polished and accessible sound of Matt Heafy ...

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