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Question of the day: Is AC/DC making a new album with Axl Rose?

Posted by on February 24, 2017

While we are wondering if this should be considered as “alternative facts,” #Fake News or legit, we heard there could be a new AC/DC album with Axl Rose coming out sometime in the future. The assumption began shortly after AC/DC’s Angus Young made guest appearances at Guns N’ Roses performances in Melbourne earlier this month […]

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Best Music Videos of the Week Ending 2/24

Posted by on February 24, 2017

What a week it has been for music video premieres, especially from Gojira and Suicide Silence. While we still haven’t heard anything about Marilyn Manson’s non-existent Valentine’s Day release of Say10, we continue to have room for more. Here are our top five videos of the week: 5) 8kids – “Blitzschlag” 8kids premiered the new […]

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Warbringer shreds out new “Shellfire” single

Posted by on February 24, 2017

California thrashers Warbringer unveiled a second track, “Shellfire” from their upcoming fifth studio album Woe to the Vanquished out March 31 via Napalm Records. Between “Shellfire” and “Silhouettes” we are excited about this aggressive release. Check out the new song below and pre-order the album here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hs1JDrZVu6k Tracklist: “Silhouettes” “Woe to the Vanquished” “Remain Violent” […]

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Supergroup KXM premiere “Noises In The Sky” video

Posted by on February 24, 2017

Supergroup KXM, comprised of dUg Pinnick (King’s X), George Lynch (Lynch Mob/Dokken) and Ray Luzier (KoRn) released the third video from their upcoming sophomore album Scatterbrain out March 17 via Rat Pak Records for the song “Noises In The Sky.” The video was directed by Jamie Brown, who previously worked on KXM’s other videos, and […]

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Mono announce North American Spring tour dates with Holy Sons

Posted by on February 24, 2017

  Instrumental Japan rockers Mono are set to tour North America this spring in support of their latest release Requiem for Hell. The tour kicks off on April 19 in Minneapolis and runs its course until May 19 in Denver Colorado. Holy Sons are joining them on select dates from April 22 in Chicago until […]

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Suicide Silence unveils new “Dying in a Red Room” video

Posted by on February 24, 2017

While haters are going to hate, we continue to like the new Suicide Silence direction. To celebrate today’s release of the anticipated and talked about self-titled album via Nuclear Blast, the band premiered the new video for the song “Dying in a Red Room” via Billboard. Check out the video below and if you enjoy it […]

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The Dillinger Escape Plan announce rescheduled European dates

Posted by on February 24, 2017

Due to The Dillinger Escape Plan’s unfortunate bus accident in Poland, they were forced to cancel their remaining European tour dates. While we still don’t know how serious their injuries are, we can only assume they are OK. The band announced the rescheduled dates on their Facebook and commented: “Summer in Europe. With rescheduled dates from the […]

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Art of Anarchy premiere new song “No Surrender”

Posted by on February 23, 2017

Thanks to Billboard, Art of Anarchy premiered the new song “No Surrender” taken from their sophomore album The Madness out March 24 via Century Media Records. The band includes current or former members Creed (Scott Stapp), Guns N’ Roses (Bumblefoot) and Disturbed (John Moyer) and it will be the first with Stapp on vocals, who […]

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Sólstafir reveal details about new album

Posted by on February 23, 2017

  It wasn’t too long ago we predicted a new album from Icelandic “Pink Floyd” metallers Sólstafir would be released sometime this year. An announcement has been made and we can now expect to see their forthcoming album Berdreyminn out May 26 via Season of Mist. A fan questioned if the album will be just […]

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What if KoRn’s Jonathan Davis is Of Mice & Men’s new frontman?

Posted by on February 23, 2017

  While we have no idea who Austin Carlile’s replacement is, it’s fun to think about picturing people that could potentially replace him. Not that this is going to happen, but in this age of Axl Rose singing for AC/DC, you can’t completely count out Korn frontman Jonathan Davis as a contender. According to Alan […]

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