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Category Archives: Festivals

Ozzy Osbourne, KISS, Korn to headline Chicago Open Air

Posted by on January 17, 2017

  Some big names are taking over Chicago this July, as the 2nd annual Chicago Open Air Festival was announced today. After a monstrous first year that saw Rammstein’s only US appearance, the group behind Chicago Open Air “cranked it up to 11” this year by announcing KISS, Korn and the godfather of metal Ozzy Osbourne, […]

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Tool is headed to Boston for another festival date

Posted by on January 12, 2017

While we’re still no closer to a new Tool album than we were a decade ago (or are we?), the band are at least getting out and playing some places they haven’t for a while. Just last week they announced that they’d be playing the Governor’s Ball festival, their first time in New York since […]

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Bonnaroo continues festival trend of ignoring metal

Posted by on January 11, 2017

Headed to Manchester, TN for Bonnaroo? If so, it’s not going to be to see any metal. Much like Coachella, the festival has nothing remotely heavy on it. In fact, it shares a lot of the same artists as Coachella this year. With the exception of headliners U2 and Red Hot Chili Peppers, this could […]

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Nine Inch Nails announce first live show of 2017

Posted by on January 9, 2017

Nine Inch Nails ended 2016 on an up note by surprise-releasing a new EP. Not the Actual Events is a 21-minute, five song EP that came out on December 23rd, and suggested that the band would be coming out of a several year dormancy. Well, we’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is […]

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Coachella lacking metal, punk this year

Posted by on January 5, 2017

With the new year comes festival announcements, and we already started things off with the confirmation of the rumor that Tool would be playing their first New York show in a decade by headlining the Governors Ball. Yesterday, Coachella announced their lineup, with Beyonce and Radiohead among the headliners. While the festival has never been […]

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