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Baroness Members Deliver Surprise Performances at Converge and Neurosis Shows in Philadelphia

Decibel Magazine recently celebrated their 100th issue with an insane concert in Philadelphia, a show we dedicated ourselves not to miss. The show's lineup itself was incredible, presenting Converge, Pig Destroyer, Repulsion, Municipal Waste, Tombs + Evoken live, but the most incredible parts of the evening came from Baroness frontman John Baizley, who offered not only a surprise speech, but shared the stage with Converge for the song 'Coral Blue.'

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Baroness Unveil Video for ‘March to the Sea’

Baroness have released a new video for their masterful and immersive track 'March to the Sea.' Based on footage from their 2012 tour with Meshuggah and Decapitated, 'March to the Sea' showcases the mighty Baroness at the hottest point of their career before their catastrophic bus crash only months later.

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Baroness’ John Baizley Updates Fans on Health, Jams ‘Stretchmarker’ Acoustically

Ever since a gruesome bus crash caused the career of Georgian eclectic collective Baroness to come to a screeching halt, the band has been healing in a multitude of ways. Frontman John Baizley severely broke his left arm and leg, drummer Allen Blickle and bassist Matt Maggioni suffered fractured vertebrae, while guitarist Pete Adams was treated for more minor injuries. Despite the horrific pause in the timeline of Baroness, Baizley has written yet another uplifting entry on his health, along with video footage of 'Stretchmarker' from their 2012 double album, 'Yellow & Green,' played acoustically.

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Baroness’ John Baizley: The Most Sensible Way to Move Onwards Is to Seize the Day

In this third and final part of our exclusive, hour-long interview with Baroness frontman John Baizley, we discussed his face-to-face encounter with the moment of death. Baizley shared his experience with what he perceived to be the absolute end, going into heart-wrenching detail about how his views of finality have been reshaped by the band's bus crash.

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Baroness’ John Baizley: If My Arm Injury Was Any Worse, We Would Have Discussed Amputation

Here in Part 2 of our exclusive interview with Baroness frontman John Baizley, the musician discusses the gravity of his physical injuries, as well as his daily rehabilitation routine. Baizley shares the incredible difficulties he now faces when attempting to perform simple tasks such as folding laundry or opening a bottle of water.

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Baroness’ John Baizley: A Bus Crash Isn’t the Sort of Thing That’s Going to Stop Us

It's been nearly three months since progressive rock leaders Baroness were involved in a catastrophic and gruesome bus accident. After the breaks on the group's bus failed to work, the band plummeted 30 feet into a wooded area at a speed of around 50mph. Although serious injuries were sustained, all of the bus's passengers survived and are nursing themselves back to health.

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Baroness’ John Baizley: ‘I’ve Been Broken Down to the Basic Physical Functions of a 2 Year Old’

Since Baroness' catastrophic Aug. 15 bus accident in England, the members of the band now find themselves in the rehabilitation process after living through a 30-foot drop while their bus was traveling at a speed of around 50mph. Thankfully, it seems that the incident will only act as a pause for Baroness instead of an ending, as explained to us by frontman John Baizley, who recently offered Loudwire an exclusive interview about the crash, his injuries and his recovery.

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Baroness Frontman John Baizley Recounts Horrific Details of Bus Crash

On Aug. 15, Baroness were involved in a terrible bus accident in the United Kingdom. The accident that occurred that morning caused Baroness' bus to break through a guard rail at 50mph, plummeting 30 feet off a cliff into a wooded area below. Incredibly, every passenger on the bus survived, and in a fascinating recollection written by Baroness frontman John Baizley, fans are now able to understand how truly lucky the band was to survive.

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Baroness, ‘March to the Sea’ – Best 2012 Rock Songs

From the 'Yellow' side of Baroness' crossover double-album 'Yellow & Green,' the track 'March to the Sea' is a hypnotizing mix of beauty and bearded manliness. Although the song changes directions various times, the hypnotic effect never breaks, compelling the Baroness congregation to re-listen an endless amount of times.

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No. 35: Baroness, ‘A Horse Called Golgotha’ – Top 21st Century Metal Songs

Many of the bands who occupy this list were formed before the dawning of the new millennium, but there are a few that began in the 2000s and are already considered as heroes of their genre.

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