Monthly Archives: October 2012

Max Cavalera/Greg Puciato Project Gains Troy Sanders

Posted by on October 31, 2012

Well, this just got even more interesting. According to Vicious Volume, a metal radio show in Singapore, Mastodon’s Troy Sanders is joining his unnamed project, which also features The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Greg Puciato and The Mars Volta’s Dave Elitch. Here he tells Brader Bo (aka Bo Skullbanger) about the new Troy [Sanders] from Mastodon just joined […]

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Soundgarden Release New Song “Non-State Actor”

Posted by on October 31, 2012

We’re less than two weeks away from the release of Soundgarden’s new album King Animal. And today, the reunited grunge pioneers are offering fans another taste of new music with “Non-State Actor.” The song will please those who felt “Been Away Too Long” was a little too AC/DC-influenced, though like “Live To Rise” has a […]

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Don Jamieson Interviews Vision Of Disorder For Metal Insider

Posted by on October 31, 2012

As part of Metal Insider’s CMJ festivities, before performing a set at new NYC comedy club The Stand, Metal Blade recording artist and That Metal Show co-host Don Jamieson sat down for an interview with hardcore legends Vision of Disorder. Vocalist Tim Williams and guitarist Mike Kennedy engaged in an entertaining and informal 25-minute  interview in […]

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Stream The New Neurosis Album

Posted by on October 31, 2012

Yesterday, one of the best albums of the year came out. That’d be Neurosis’ Honor Found in Decay. While it’s dependent on what your opinion of Neurosis is on whether you’d agree with that first statement, it’s at times both slightly more mainstream and just as progressive and challenging as their earlier material. But don’t take […]

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Google Helps Slayer Reign In Chrome

Posted by on October 31, 2012

We thought it was pretty great when Kerry King earned a spot at the Jager table earlier this year. It turns out that they’re not the only commercial entity that digs Slayer. For a Halloween-themed commercial for their new Google Chromebook, Google uses Slayer’s “Raining Blood” as it’s soundtrack. It’s pretty amazing to see where Reign in […]

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New & Noteworthy, October 31st: Deceiving Eyes

Posted by on October 31, 2012

This release week will be somewhat atypical for me, both because the list is coming out on a Wednesday and because I will NOT be giving mandatory imperatives of getting out to the store to buy albums. Why are things this way, you ask? It is because of this: yesterday, while most of you were […]

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Shadows Fall Drummer Jason Bittner Has Acute Pancreatitis

Posted by on October 31, 2012

Shadows Fall drummer Jason Bittner was slated to perform at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC) this week. Instead, he’ll be resting up after being diagnosed with acute pancreatitis. “Due to my recent health issues, I am under doctors orders to cancel my trip to Austin TX this week to perform at PASIC 2012. […]

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Black Sabbath Announces Australian Dates

Posted by on October 31, 2012

Sharon Osbourne let it slip earlier this month that Black Sabbath would be touring Australia next year. And this morning, dates for a spring trek in Australia were officially announced. The reunited Black Sabbath will be performing down under in April/May. Now this doesn’t really make much of a difference for most of our readers, […]

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Singer Frank Mullen Is NOT Leaving Suffocation, Just Not Touring As Much

Posted by on October 30, 2012

This past year marked a major change in lineup for Suffocation. That’s why fans were concerned when singer Frank Mullen revealed that he won’t be touring with the group on a full time basis. Could this mean Mullen was also permanently leaving Suffocation? Well fans have no need to worry because even though Mullen might […]

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Video: Metallica Perform Partial Cover Green Day’s “American Idiot”

Posted by on October 30, 2012

This past weekend, Metallica performed at the Voodoo Music Experience in New Orleans in place of Green Day. We’d consider that a nice trade off, but Metallica thought some in attendance might have been disappointed that Billie Joe Armstrong was in rehab instead of onstage. That’s why they treated the crowd to a partial cover. […]

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