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Charles Arutt
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 0Posted on Dec 11th | re: Stereogum's 70 Favorite Songs Of 2014 (181 comments)

Distant Haze by Sivyj Yar is probably my song of the year, there’s just so much going on and it’s so gorgeous.

 +1Posted on Dec 10th | re: Classic iPods Are Selling For As Much As $900 (47 comments)

Looks like I made a good investment.

LVL UP – Hoodwink’d

 +7Posted on Dec 5th | re: Making Sense Of The 2015 Grammy Nominations (76 comments)

I’m supposed to laugh at how ridiculous this is, right?

 0Posted on Dec 2nd | re: The 50 Best Albums Of 2014 (530 comments)

If you reverse Rolling Stone’s list, Yob is the album of the year! Which, I think they totally deserve. I’m more on the fence about Pallbearer. It’s a good record for sure and I recognize what it’s done for metal recently, but something about it just doesn’t connect about for me.

This list has a lot of good metal. A couple things I need to check out (Nux Vomica). That Horrendous album didn’t do much for me, though. I do know that Primordial just came out, but I think that record is fantastic and will probably end up on my best of list. I’d also include Winterfylleth, Mare Cognitum, and Tombs. And an honorable mention to Mantar.

 +12Posted on Dec 2nd | re: The 50 Best Albums Of 2014 (530 comments)

Stereogum turned you on to Taylor Swift?

 +1Posted on Nov 25th | re: Album Of The Week: Primordial Where Greater Men Have Fallen (16 comments)

This album is absolutely fantastic. So glad to see some metal make its way here… Not to mention see you write about it on the same day that you guys post Black Market. I’m a kid in a really fucking scary candy store.

Tom DeLonge is Rubber Johnny.

 +1Posted on Nov 12th | re: Jawbreaker - "Boxcar" Video (4 comments)

Oh man, I remember getting confused by there name for 5 seconds. Such a good band, though.

 0Posted on Nov 12th | re: Jawbreaker - "Boxcar" Video (4 comments)

Adam Pfahler runs their social media. He’s made several posts that indicate this such as his involvement in the band California and his running of Blackball Records.