Category Archives: News

Stephen Pearcy quits Ratt

Posted by on April 24, 2014

For the third time in the band’s career, singer Stephen Pearcy has left Ratt. The  band’s last album, 2010′s Infestation, was well-received, and it was thought that the band was working on a new album. While they may be doing so, it will be with a new vocalist. Here’s a statement that Pearcy made: After 30 […]

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Morbid Angel, Dying Fetus, The Faceless playing Summer Slaughter tour

Posted by on April 24, 2014

The Summer Slaughter tour is always one of the more extreme tours of the summer, and after doling out a bunch of hints about who might  be playing via their Facebook, the annual tour’s lineup – and two of its dates – have been announced. Morbid Angel, Dying Fetus, The Faceless, They Art Is Murder, […]

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Another round of Florence + the Machine covers from Born of Osiris, Upon A Burning Body, etc.

Posted by on April 24, 2014

Once again, another round of tracks from the Florence + the Machine tribute album, Sumerian Ceremonials: Florence + the Sphinx, have surfaced online. This time, the bands include “Seven Devils” from Born of Osiris, “Lover to Lover” from Upon A Burning Body, and “Leave My Body” from Fever Dreamer. If you missed out on the other covers, […]

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Goatwhore is taking over our Twitter and Instagram!

Posted by on April 24, 2014

While the Metal Alliance tour is in it’s fourth year, it’s definitely the most evil and black of the tour. To get a glimpse behind the tour, which Metal Insider is a co-sponsor of, we’ve enlisted Goatwhore to take over our internets. They’ll be bringing you some behind the scenes shots from the tour, which […]

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New audio cable from Gibson records everything you play

Posted by on April 24, 2014

Any guitar player has definitely had at least one time where he/she came up with a kickass riff while jamming only to forget it later. Gibson has chosen to address this issue with a new product dubbed the Gibson Memory Cable. Powered by Tascam, this cable does pretty much what you’d expect it to do; […]

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