Category Archives: Cinemetal

Bring me the Horizon continue to embrace mainstream with new track Don’t Look Down

Posted by on October 29, 2014

Bring me the Horizon are certainly expanding their horizons. Last week, they debuted “Drown,” a song that featured all clean singing. Earlier today, they debuted another song, “Don’t Look Down,” via BBC Radio 1. The song features Orifice Vulgatron of Foreign Beggars, a UK hip hop and dubstep group. Yeah, we haven’t heard of them […]

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See a church-burningly great clip from ‘Metalhead’

Posted by on October 29, 2014

We had a chance to see the Icelandic drama Metalhead earlier this year, and it’s a pretty incredible film. While the Ragnar Bragason-directed film, distributed by Cinelicious Pics, won’t be released stateside until early next year, today Decibel revealed a clip from the film, which is actually more of a dark, but ultimately uplifting drama about […]

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Interview: Linkin Park’s Joe Hahn on his directorial debut, ‘Mall’

Posted by on October 10, 2014

Linkin Park is one of the most successful rock bands of the last 15 years. While serving as the band’s DJ, Joe Hahn has also been directing or co-directing the band’s videos since their first album. Now, he’s branched out into film, directing his first feature, Mall. The film, based on a novel by Eric Bogosian, was co-produced […]

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Metal Insider hosting free screening of Scott Ian’s ‘Swearing Words in Glasgow DVD

Posted by on October 1, 2014

Yesterday, we announced our CMJ Metal Insider 2014 showcase, taking place on Wednesday, October 22nd at The Wick in Brooklyn. Turns out that’s only half of what we’re up to! Metal Insider is proud to announce that in conjunction with Megaforce Records, we’ll be presenting an exclusive screening of Scott Ian’s Swearing Words In Glasgow DVD. […]

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Metallica’s ‘Some Kind Of Monster’ getting a 10-year reissue

Posted by on September 24, 2014

Remember St. Anger? It’s ok if you’d rather not. Metallica does though, and they even have a video document of the trying times when they were making it. Metallica: Some Kind of Monster was a pretty ground-breaking documentary, in that it showed the band arguing, battling addictions, going to group therapy, and damn near breaking up while […]

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