Destruct-a-thon was a band that Duncan fronted from 2001-2004. They reformed in 2006. Inspired by Slayer, Black Flag, and Kyuss, the quartet was hailed as having one of the best live shows in the Northeast and opened for acts including The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Bronx, Tree, Seemless, and Cracktorch. When Destruct-a-thon disbanded, Duncan and drummer Eman Pacheco formed a two-piece project called "Kill It All Away" which picked up where Destruct-a-thon left off. This time the music is even heavier! The forthcoming EP features crazed time changes, huge riffs, and some of the best vocalists in New England metal - Jet from Sam Black Church, Jonah from Only Living Witness / Raw Radar War, Chico from Closed Casket and more. Meanwhile, Duncan has turned loud rock fans onto his speaking performances. He has played the Boston Freedom Rally (audience of 60,000 people), performed with Jim Carroll (author of The Basketball Diaries), Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys), Marky Ramone (The Ramones), Lydia Lunch, Angelo Moore (Fishbone), Overcast, Sam Black Church, and Scissorfight.
Presenting spoken word performances is a daunting endeavor; few can stomach the anxiety of being alone onstage in front of an often-unenthusiastic group of club goers. Armed with brutal honesty, Duncan has been critiquing and dissecting rock culture since 1995 with an infectious energy that blends the sensibilities of Bill Hicks and Headbanger's Ball. THIS IS NOT SLAM POETRY. THIS IS NOT SENSETIVE ESOTERIC CRAP. THIS IS METAL WITH JUST ONE GUY ON A STAGE.