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Author Archives: Bram Teitelman

Crowdfunding campaign launched for Cobalt’s Charlie Fell following accident

Posted by on September 20, 2017

Irony is a bitch. Keep that in mind as this story unfolds. Cobalt frontman Charlie Fell suffered a freak accident onstage at the last show of their tour in Poland. A fan reached out to hug him as the show ended, and Charlie, well, fell. Landing on his left foot, it was shattered in multiple […]

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Metallica soundtracks Netflix’s ‘The Punisher’ trailer

Posted by on September 20, 2017

Frank Castle is a badass vigilante who’s out for blood after the murder of his wife and two kids after witnessing a killing. That’s the basis of The Punisher, a Marvel comic book character in a gritty and violent series. It’s been the subject of three film adaptations, none of which have been able to strike […]

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Marilyn Manson mends fences with Reznor, Bieber

Posted by on September 19, 2017

This morning in a reunion of what many moms clutched their pearls over 20 years ago, Marilyn Manson stopped by the Howard Stern show. Manson was there to promote his forthcoming album Heaven Upside Down. While we’ve already seen the first video, “WE KNOW WHERE YOU FUCKING LIVE,” today on the Stern show, the frontman teased […]

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Chris Cornell to be honored with human rights hero award

Posted by on September 19, 2017

On September 24th, Vicky Cornell will receive a human rights award from LA Chefs for Human Rights at a fundraising dinner. His award will be for “The Promise,” the song he wrote for the film of the same name about the Armenian Genocide. You can read more about that here.

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Apocalyptica cancelled last night’s St. Louis show

Posted by on September 19, 2017

Finnish band Apocalyptica have been commemorating the 21st anniversary of their breakthrough album, Plays Metallica by Four Cellos by touring North and South America. However, last night’s show, which was to take place in St. Louis at The Pageant, was cancelled due to protests and violencethat’s been going on in the city following the acquittal of […]

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Linkin Park announce show in honor of Chester Bennington; release new video

Posted by on September 18, 2017

If you are or were a Linkin Park fan, mark October 27th on your calendar. The band have announced that the five members will be playing a show at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles in honor of their frontman, who took his life on July 20th. The band will be joined by other artists, […]

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Infant Annihilator banned from iTunes, Spotify

Posted by on September 14, 2017

We’ve written about deathcore band Infant Annihilator before, as the band’s self-released album The Elysian Grandeval Galeriarch, charted last year. That’s an impressive for any self-released band, but for a self-released tech/deathcore band, it’s even more impressive. However, if you want to stream their music on Apple Music or Spotify, that’s not happening, as it’s been […]

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Decapitated deny allegations in first statement since arrest

Posted by on September 14, 2017

The metal world and beyond was shaken over the weekend after Decapitated were arrested in Los Angeles and charged with a kidnapping in Spokane, WA. It was even more shocking to hear that the entire band was accused of gang raping a woman on their bus. Of course, this is a lose-lose for all parties […]

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Would you spend $740 on a Rammstein shirt?

Posted by on September 12, 2017

Fashion. It’s ridiculous. Actually, the clothes you wear are part of your identity, and that’s just fine. But once you get into couture and high fashion, that’s where it gets really ridiculous. Particularly when brands collaborate with bands to make extremely expensive versions of merch you could generally find at a Hot Topic. However, no […]

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Mike Patton kind of doesn’t think Faith No More will reunite again

Posted by on September 11, 2017

A quote that’s been attributed to Mick Jagger, Dee Snider and a film that came out a few years ago is “anything worth doing is worth overdoing.” Thankfully, Faith No More never got that memo. After breaking up in the ‘1998, they never played again until 2009, and it took them six years after that […]

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