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Author Archives: Zenae Zukowski

Nikki Sixx announces first-ever photography exhibit and special edition Leica Q camera model

Posted by on September 20, 2017

At some point, you should ask yourself, “what doesn’t Nikki Sixx do?” Not only is he the bassist of the now-retired Mötley Crüe, leader of his own musical project Sixx:A.M., and an author, but he also enjoys performing behind the camera with street-style photography. The multi-talented Sixx uses Leica cameras such as the SL, M, […]

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Warrel Dane to release solo album in 2018; Jeff Loomis discusses Nevermore reunion is “quite possible”

Posted by on September 20, 2017

Sanctuary/Nevermore vocalist Warrel Dane is currently on a solo tour that’s continuing to commemorate the fifteenth-anniversary of Nevermore’s classic Dead Heart In A Dead Word (2000). It looks like his solo run has sparked the vocalist to write more dark and complex tunes and it has been almost a decade since he released his one […]

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Iron Maiden to release ‘The Book of Souls: Live Chapter’ in November

Posted by on September 20, 2017

Since the release of Iron Maiden’s latest effort The Book of Souls (2015), these legends have traveled across 39 countries and six continents between 2016 and 2017. We were lucky to attend a few dates on this extensive Book of Souls World Tour. With that said, a live album entitled, The Book of Souls: Live […]

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Marilyn Manson wants you to “KILL4ME,” in new song

Posted by on September 20, 2017

Marilyn Manson recently surprised us when he released the song and video for “WE KNOW WHERE YOU FUCKING LIVE.” It arguably resurrected his 1996 Antichrist Superstar self along with a few modern alterations. Today, the singer unleashed another new flavorful tune “KILL4ME.” The track is taken from his forthcoming album Heaven Upside Down, which will […]

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A thief stole Thy Art Is Murder frontman’s stage clothes

Posted by on September 20, 2017

Thy Art Is Murder are currently touring across North America with Fallujah and Ghost Bath, and this past Sunday (17), they made it out to the Corona Theatre in Montreal, Canada. During their stop, someone decided to steal frontman CJ McMahon’s stage clothes, which were drying on the side of the tour bus. We aren’t […]

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Obituary drummer saved a kitten’s life during Hurricane Irma

Posted by on September 20, 2017

  Over five million civilians were evacuated in preparation for Hurricane Irma’s path. Predictions for this storm had many people terrified, while some believed it would be the end of the entire Florida state. Shelves were left empty at grocery stores, many feared their mobile homes would be lost. Others who sought for safety by […]

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Abysmal Dawn sign multi-album deal with Season of Mist

Posted by on September 19, 2017

Abysmal Dawn have recently completed supporting Marduk on their part II Frontschwein North America trek and now, things are picking up for them. A lot has changed since they released Obsolescence back in 2014, and today, they announced signing a multi-album deal with Season of Mist. Therefore, the time has come for these ambitious metal […]

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The Black Dahlia Murder streaming new song “Matriarch”

Posted by on September 19, 2017

The Black Dahlia Murder recently unleashed the title track to their upcoming album Nightbringers. Their overall eighth studio album arrives just in time for their North American trek with Suffocation, Decrepit Birth, Necrot, and Wormwitch on October 6th via Metal Blade Records. Today (19), the group shared another new song, “Matriarch,” which we can hear […]

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King Parrot premiere “Piss Wreck” video

Posted by on September 19, 2017

King Parrot’s new album Ugly Produce, arrives this Friday (22nd) via Housecore Records. The Australian thrash/grindcore act will bring the LP with them on their upcoming tour with Superjoint, DevilDriver, Cane Hill, and Child Bite, which kicks off this Saturday (23rd). To get everyone excited for both the tour and album, they premiered a hilarious music […]

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Two former Xandria vocalists respond to Dianne van Giersbergen’s departure

Posted by on September 19, 2017

It’s no secret that bands are like family, sibling rivalry is definitely part of any family with multiple children. Back in 2004, we learned Metallica were on the brink of calling it quits when they shared their therapy-like documentary Some Kind of Monster. We have also seen a handful of “family” reunions like Guns N’ Roses, […]

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