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Author Archives: Bram Teitelman

Warbringer are seeing ‘Silhouettes’ with first single/video from new album

Posted by on January 19, 2017

On March 31st, Warbringer will be releasing their fifth album and first on Napalm, Woe to the Vanquished. Today, they released their first single, “Silhouettes.” A stark black and white video, footage of the band playing is interspersed with footage of nuclear bombs and the destruction they cause. Singer John Kevill spoke about the track, the […]

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Video premiere: Worshipper bring the “Darkness”

Posted by on January 19, 2017

There’s nothing trendy about Boston band Worshipper. The quartet, who’s Tee Pee debut Shadow Hymns was released last year, are an unapologetic rock band with riffs in place of gimmicks. The band won “Metal Artist of the Year” at the Boston Music Awards in 2015 and 2016, as well as taking home the championship at The World […]

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Iron Maiden returning to North America this summer with Ghost

Posted by on January 19, 2017

When Iron Maiden finally hit the road in support of 2015’s The Book of Souls last year, they did it in typical Maiden fashion – larger than life. Using Ed Force One, the tour hit six of seven continents (sorry Antarctica!), and was a huge success. However, as a result of the tour’s scope, they only […]

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King 810’s David Gunn will fight you

Posted by on January 18, 2017

It turns out you can bring a Gunn to an MMA fight! King 810 singer David Gunn cuts a pretty intimidating figure. You don’t get the sense that he smiles much, and we know that he has an amateur fighting career from his arrest a few years back. It turns he has a professional career as well, […]

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Soundgarden to release a cleaned-up ‘Ultramega OK’; share “Beyond the Wheel” from it

Posted by on January 18, 2017

In 1988, a new band called Soundgarden released their debut album, Ultramega OK. More than just an album title, it was what the band thought of the way the album sounded. They weren’t fans of the mix, but when A&M signed the band, instead of remixing their debut, which was on SST, they began working on Louder Than […]

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Obituary welcome you to Sentence Day with new track

Posted by on January 18, 2017

Obituary has been releasing albums for 28 years now, but they’re just getting around to releasing a self-titled album. Are they making a statement, perhaps? It seems like that from the look of their first video, “Sentence Day.” The clip, which is the first taste of the album, out March 17th, is compiled of fan photos […]

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Update: Grim Reaper’s Steve Grimmett’s right leg below knee removed

Posted by on January 18, 2017

Yesterday, we heard the unfortunate news that recently-reunited ’80s legends Grim Reaper were forced to cancel their current tour dates after frontman Steve Grimmett took ill. The singer’s wife Millie filled fans in via their Facebook page that he had an unspecified foot/bone infection that needed to be operated on, and he would have to have […]

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Audioslave to reunite for anti-inaugural show

Posted by on January 17, 2017

If there’s one band that was pretty successful in their day, but most people haven’t thought about in a while, it’s Audioslave. However, they’ve announced that this coming Friday (20), they’ll be reuniting, along with Prophets of Rage, Jackson Browne, Jack Black and more at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles. The band, which consists […]

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Power Trip paying “Executioner’s Tax” with riffy new song

Posted by on January 17, 2017

Next month, Power Trip will be back with their sophomore album, Nightmare Logic, on Southern Lord. And while you might have already lined up for the “Firing Squad,” last year, they’re back with another new song that should involuntarily get your head banging. “Executioner’s Tax (Swing of the Axe)” is anchored by a basic hardcore groove, but […]

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Motionless in White are down with System; cover “Chop Suey”

Posted by on January 17, 2017

  Here’s a wake-up call for you: System of a Down are pretty much classic rock now. Their landmark 2001 album Toxicity is over 15 years old now. That means that when Motionless in White covered “Chop Suey” from that album this past Friday on the first date of their tour with Falling In Reverse, they […]

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