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San Antonio metal band Life Cycles playing hometown release for EP on new label

Portal to the Unknown sticks with the band's aggressive formula, combining uptempo metallic riffs with the blistering energy of hardcore.

By Dalia Gulca

After nearly a decade making waves with its frenetic brand of thrash metal, San Antonio's Life Cycles has signed to Massachusetts-based 1126 Records. The band will promote its first EP for the label, Portal to the Unknown, with a Texas mini-tour that culminates with a release show at Paper Tiger on Sunday, Feb. 25...

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