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As Pitchfork points out, ITV reports that the great Georgia metal band Baroness, who made the year's best metal album with Yellow & Green, were touring in England today when their bus crashed near…   Read Story »
The always-eclectic Øya collected dozens of big name international acts and local bands to Oslo's Medieval Park and neighboring clubs over four days last week. Among them: Björk, A$AP Rocky, the…   Read Story »
Last week, Georgia swamp monsters Baroness won Album Of The Week for their huge, ambitious, generally very badass double-LP Yellow & Green. Today, they give us the video for rip-roaring lead single…   Read Story »
Even amidst the ridiculously fertile and fun Georgia metal scene, Baroness have always stood out because they've figured out how to be heavy and approachable at the same time. Debut LP Red Album…   Read Story »
On their new album Yellow & Green, the Philly-via-Savannah stoner-metal swamp monsters in Baroness have crafted a 75-minute monster of a double album, one that roams all around the boundaries of the…   Read Story »
John Dyer Baizley is probably best known as the frontman of Savannah, GA's Baroness, but his visual artwork is arguably even more famous than his music. Among his other pursuits, for years now…   Read Story »
There's probably no album this year that will face more contention than Baroness's Yellow & Green. (That Lana Del Rey album came out last year, right? No?) The third track to be released from the…   Read Story »
I didn't go to the Meshuggah/Baroness/Decapitated show when it came through town -- I've never been a huge Meshuggah guy, honestly -- but my friend Aaron did, and as he recalls it, Baroness were not…   Read Story »
Yellow & Green, the third album from Georgia sludge-monsters Baroness, is one of the most anticipated underground metal albums in recent memory. And now we're finally getting to hear a track from the…   Read Story »
Last January we posted a remix of Surfer Blood's "Swim (To Reach The End)" by Baroness drummer Allen Blickle. Then, this past summer, he recast the Florida crew's "Twin Peaks." Surprising? Not…   Read Story »