Untitled Metal Column: Volume 14 (Child Bite, Burnt Offerings: Covers And Rarities 2010 – 2017)

Easily one of our most favorite new bands of the past 5-10 years, Detroit’s Child Bite tap into this primal feeling of wonder each time they play by producing music that’s genre-defying and takes listeners on a different sonic journey with each new track. [Read more…]

Child Bite Let Loose Negative Noise On April 1st (Album Review)

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Negative Noise, the fourth full-length from Detroit’s Child Bite, is so exquisite yet at times utterly indescribable. In a good way. They’re not metal, not punk, they’re just frickin fantastic. And now is definitely the time for you to get to know them. [Read more…]

16 for ’16: A Rock And Roll Fables Guide To The Best Releases Of The New Year

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Happy New Year’s! New year, new music! So what are we excited for this year? Glad you asked! Here’s a rundown of what we think will be played incessantly at the Rock and Roll Fables offices: [Read more…]

Coliseum Deliver Epic Post-Punk Anxiety’s Kiss Via Deathwish On May 5th

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I love instant gratification…learn about a band, preview their stuff, like it, buy it, it’s yours. That was the case with Coliseum. I’d heard the name but for some reason had never gotten my toes wet in their noise pool. I saw an article on Spin where they said Killing Joke was more important than Nirvana (Duh!), listened to the stream within, dug it a lot, ordered the vinyl, got an instant download, and the physical copy within a day. Ah, modern times! Also, Deathwish Inc (Coliseum’s new label) rules. [Read more…]

Child Bite offer up some Strange Waste on latest EP

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Their frontman looks like Neil Fallon but sounds like Jello Biafra, the band slams down some rawk and/or roll meets punk meets rockabilly, and their latest EP is 9 tracks long but barely clocks in at 20 minutes. They’re called Child Bite out of the great state of Michigan and if that opening statement wasn’t a dead giveaway, they’re here to blow your freaking minds. [Read more…]