Tag: Jungle Rot

Jun 07

James Genez of Jungle Rot discusses Metal Alliance Tour and Touring

With how heavy Jungle Rot is, you’ll never guess this band was formed in Kenosha, Wisconsin. But with a hefty discography and years of touring, this band sits right up there with all of the extreme metal legends. While performing at Metal Alliance 2016, their response was one of the best for the tour. Use …

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Feb 26

70000 Tons of Metal Recap: Day 3

Saturday January 23rd, 2015, Day 3 at 70000 Tons of Metal proved itself to be pinnacle and easily justified one’s investment and traveling around the world to attend. Not only was there the live music overload, but that morning, the not so metal, Ocho Rios belonged to 3000 metal heads. Use Facebook to Comment on …

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Feb 17

70,000 tons of Metal Recap: Day 2 / Therion Interview

Well with events running until sunrise and late night drunken photo shoot shenanigans with one of my fellow press members… Day 2 of this journey began with the dreaded but also completely expected hangover.  With a full day and night ahead of me, I knew that I needed to pull out all of my remedies …

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Dec 05

Corri’s Top 15 Albums of 2013

2013 was made of metal. With so many great albums, narrowing it down proved extremely difficult. Some bands stayed the same, some reformed, some took wildly different and creative paths, while others surfaced after years under a rock to offer releases that will be coveted for years to come. Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Mar 22

Jungle Rot – Terror Regime (2013)

  If you ever wondered what’s good about Kenosha, Wisconsin nothing really comes to mind other than Jungle Rot.  Now these guys have been around for quite a long time since 1995 they have been in the scene.  One of many underrated underground bands Jungle Rot has released 9 albums over the course of their …

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Apr 03

Interview with Dave Matrise from Jungle Rot

The mix of death, thrash and other elements come together to form the band Jungle Rot.  They have been around for more than 10 years now and since then held a name for themselves in the underground scene.  They are hard-working, unique and innovative band.  They have kept to their roots but keep expanding, progressing & keep getting …

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