Category Archives: Insane Charlie’s Posse

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Posted by on October 20, 2014

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Watch Scott Ian talk about Lemmy getting him drunk for the first time

Posted by on October 20, 2014

On Wednesday afternoon from 3-6, Metal Insider will be presenting an exclusive viewing of Scott Ian’s Swearing Words in Glasgow DVD. It’s entirely free, and you should definitely be at Saint Vitus. It’s the next best thing to hanging out with the Anthrax guitarist himself. The DVD/CD will be out on Megaforce on November 13th, but […]

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Metal Insider top 5: Sophomore albums

Posted by on October 20, 2014

It’s a cliche in music, but also the truth, that a band has their whole lives to create their first album, and only a year or two to write their second. So while a lot of sophomore albums find artists trying to recapture the magic of their first albums, or conversely, trying to mold themselves […]

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Here’s the Proving Grounds for the new Attila album

Posted by on October 20, 2014

When Attila announced that their new album, Guilty Pleasure, would be coming out on November 24th, the band’s frontman Fronz said that it was the “heaviest album they’d ever written.” Is it? Well, you’ve got a song to listen to to give you an indication now, at least. The band have premiered a song, “Proving Grounds,” […]

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Anti-Mortem are anti-Anti-Mortem, band breaks up

Posted by on October 20, 2014

While no official reason has been given, Anti-Mortem announced that they were breaking up earlier today via their Facebook page. The Oklahoma band, who’s southern-tinged metal was one of the more commercial bands on Nuclear Blast, had released their debut album, New Southern, on the label last year. They’d played shows as recently as this past […]

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