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Local Releases: It's About Time For Barefoot Metalcore

New local albums from DiseNgaged, Jacob Lyman, David EMz and more

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We've broken into March, and with that head of steam, we're plunging into what is usually one of the busiest months for local releases every year. We're going to start with a cool dozen albums that were released online, then get straight to release shows. So please, browse through the collection and then join us below.

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Starless Sun - Ewwmaguma (EP)
Little Barefoot - Never Always
Klam - Self-Titled
Neil A. + Hoops - Imaginary Epiphanies
Nicholas Demyon - Water
Onethium - XI

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kudo - Planting Seeds
Unoperator - UNOPERATOR 3/16
Jacob Lyman - Love Songs
Steven RicksStrange Enthusiasm
7saturn2 - Janus
David EMz - About Time!

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The first of the release shows is from Foster Body, but I won't need to say much because they were already written up this week by City Weekly's Randy Harward. The album, Moving Display, is already available on Bandcamp. However, if you're looking for a vinyl copy, you'll need to snag one Saturday night as the band plays with Trace Pop, Full Trash and Brain Bagz before heading on tour. The show starts at 8 p.m. and is totally free.

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Meanwhile, over at The Loading Dock on Saturday, we'll also see the latest release from DiseNgaged. This is a four-piece death metal band out of SLC made up of Dylan Dawes, Dez Troy, Chase Williams and Sean Herrera. They've had a pretty good run locally, including releasing a 2013 full-length titled Hazardous an EP titled Mass Grave, both when they were a five-piece. Hazardous is their latest endeavor, which you'll be able to snag tomorrow night as the band plays with Dead Revelator, Ossatura and Dipped In Whiskey. Tickets are $10 and the doors open at 6:30 p.m.

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