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Author Archives: Bram Teitelman

Korn postpone most of their May itinerary

Posted by on April 28, 2017

If you got to see Korn in South America this past week, you’re lucky. Not just because you got to witness Tye Trujillo, son of Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo, fill in on bass for Fieldy, but because the band’s cancelling most of their tour dates next month. When the announcement was made about Tye playing, […]

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The Agonist have had it with Arch Enemy’s Alissa White-Gluz’ crap

Posted by on April 28, 2017

Three years ago, Arch Enemy surprised everyone when singer Angela Gossow stepped aside from the band and they named The Agonist’s Alissa White-Gluz as their new vocalist. At the time, it seemed like a win-win, with The Agonist tapping Vicky Psarakis as their new vocalist and both bands continuing on with no problems. There was […]

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Zakk Wylde reunites with Ozzy Osbourne

Posted by on April 28, 2017

Aside from Tony Iommi and Randy Rhoads, the guitarist most closely-associated with Ozzy Osbourne throughout his career has been Zakk Wylde. Joining Ozzy in 1987 when he was just 20, Wylde was with Osbourne through 1995, then rejoined the band in 2001, playing off and on until 2009 when he left to concentrate on Black Label Society. And […]

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letlive. 2002 – 2017

Posted by on April 28, 2017

After roughly 15 years as a band, Los Angeles metal/punk collective letlive. have decided to call it a day. While they’re not necessarily done forever, the band state that “there will be no further activity for the foreseeable future.” Without going into details, they claim “a divergence in views and aims,” so essentially, creative differences. […]

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Mastodon make appearance on new Feist song

Posted by on April 28, 2017

Today, Canadian singer/songwriter Feist released her fifth album, Pleasure. And while many might best know the musician from her iPod commercial back in the day, she’s a very known commodity in the indie world. She’s also dabbled with Mastodon in the past, and them with her, as the two collaborated on a split 7″ for Record […]

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Dude adds bass to Metallica’s “One,” because why not?

Posted by on April 27, 2017

If there’s one complaint about Metallica’s fourth album, 1988’s …And Justice For All, it’s the sound. The wall of midrange and almost total lack of bass, like they’re hazing Jason Newsted for his first album, is baked into the album’s DNA. Of course, there was no way almost 30 years for an average musician to remix the album, […]

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This is the weirdest Slipknot cover you’ll hear

Posted by on April 27, 2017

Slipknot have been in the public spotlight for nearly 20 years, and their five albums have  become pretty much standards in the hard rock and metal communities for songs like “Eyeless,” “Duality,” “Psychosocial” and “Pulse of the Maggots.” There have been countless covers of songs by the band, but none as odd as the one […]

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Here’s the second Stone Sour song of the day, “Song #3”

Posted by on April 27, 2017

  It’s a great day if you’re a fan of Stone Sour. The day began with “Fabuless,” which is a front-runner for the best video of the year even thought it’s not May yet. However, the band wasn’t done releasing songs, as they’ve also released their first active rock radio track. “Song #3” has nothing […]

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It’s Flag Day for whores. fans, hear a new song now

Posted by on April 27, 2017

whores. finally put out a full length album last year, and Gold delivered on all fronts. Their tour with Red Fang and Torche found them hanging in with the other bands, who have far more touring experience than them. And while the band’s abrasive and aggressive grooves reminded us a lot of something that would’ve come […]

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Tech N9ne has no problems with Phil Anselmo’s past indiscretions

Posted by on April 27, 2017

Rapper Tech N9ne is no stranger to metal. The rapper has gotten System of a Down’s Serj Tankian to appear on a song, as well as Slipknot and Stone Sour’s Corey Taylor. He even shows up on Five Finger Death Punch’s album via their cover of LL Cool J’s “Mama Said Knock You Out.” So […]

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