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Pushing Through The Pain for Trivium

When you’re as passionate about live music as I am, having an invisible illness can really put a damper on getting out to shows. That’s why it’s such a special moment when I find a band that’s worth the pain and hustle it can take to stand for hours in a hot and sweaty club […]

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#blkgrlswurld Coloring Book ;)

Click Here  to check out our 2016 Coloring Book- it’s free to download

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Your Voice Matters: Register To Vote

This is quick reminder from all of us at #Blkgrlswurld Zine to please register to vote so that you can participate in the November U.S. Presidential election. If you notice ads or billboards telling you its too late or that you may not qualify, IGNORE them – double check with the offices that know for […]

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Album of the Week: THRICE

“To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere” was released earlier this month by Thrice and here at #Blkgrlswurld we can’t stop playing it.

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Architects New Album Out Today for U.S.A.

I’m so proud of the Architects guys for releasing their latest album ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’ today in the States. They are the last band from my college days that I personally supported as a fan and fellow musician. In earlier days of the Midwest metalcore scene, it was common for bands to […]

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NYC Summer Metal Line Ups

The Metal this summer season is heavy this year for the East Coast. I’m really bummed at all the great bands coming through like Deftones and Architects that I’ll miss during my August trip abroad, but I will be catching Manson and Slipknot at the beach 🙂 Plus Warped Tour is crazy heavy for 2016 […]

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Female Lead Metal Bands for Halloween

Here in NYC the doom is real. The slow, grinding pace of rolling sludge metal has taken over many parts of Brooklyn’s underground metal scene, and is the perfect space to be in for Halloween. Below are some of the top female lead bands in the game, ranging from doom and gloom to death, black […]

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Kylesa at Saint Vitus, Brooklyn

View this post on Instagram Laura Pleasants of the metal band #Kylesa rocking the house w/ amazing vocals and riffs ☺️ I love when she performs their song 'Forsaken' #girlmagic #metal #rock #doom #sludge @kylesa_band A post shared by #Blkgrlswurld ZINE® (@blkgrlswurld_zine) on Oct 22, 2015 at 6:46am PDT View this post on Instagram @kylesa_band […]

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AFROPUNK @ Lincoln Center, July 2015

Everyone’s revving up for the AFROPUNK fest set to take place in Brooklyn later this August so it was great to get a taste at Lincoln Center of the fun that’s only weeks away. I learned my lesson last summer, that free events in NYC can generate substantially long lines and hours of waiting, with […]

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The Used Return to Webster Hall

“Tonight we want you to feel like a child again!” shouted Bert McCracken, lead vocalist of The Used. An Alternative rock band that most of us discovered in high school, The Used celebrated their spring tour with a thematic stage set, cheering with the crowd through playful chants about parental rebellion and angsty relationships. During […]