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Metal Insider Top 5: Songs inspired by horror films

Posted by on August 15, 2016

If you’ve seen the feed on your social media or spoken to your nerdy friends in the past few weeks, you probably heard about this show called Stranger Things. The Netflix show is an homage to all things ’80s, referencing important icons like Steven Spielberg, Stephen King and John Carpenter. In the same way that it’s somewhat of […]

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Top 5: California bands you need to know according to Wovoka’s Cody Schneiders

Posted by on August 2, 2016

California is hot, dry and sunny which means many people either decide to go out and enjoy the weather or remain indoors writing music or rehearsing with their bands. That automatically implies that there are a large amount of quality metal bands at every corner of the state and, with the immense time it will […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Horror soundtracks from Bloody Hammers’ Anders Manga

Posted by on July 27, 2016

On August 5, Bloody Hammers will be releasing their third full-length album, Lovely Sort of Death. The band’s gothic darkwave is cinematic, and it should come as no surprise that the band’s singer, guitarist and bassist Anders Manga, is a fan of instrumental music. We asked him to count down his five favorite soundtracks from horror movies. […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Genesis/Phil Collins covers

Posted by on June 3, 2016

  Today, a piece of metal history came out as HELLYEAH’s cover of Phil Collins’ “I Don’t Care Anymore” was released. Taken from the band’s fifth album, Unde!able, the cover of the 1982 song features guitar tracks from late Pantera and Damageplan guitarist Dimebag Darrell. Drummer Vinnie Paul told Rolling Stone that the  band were tossing around ideas […]

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Binary Code’s Top 5 things touring bands shouldn’t do to fans and friends

Posted by on May 24, 2016

Today, New Jersey/Brooklyn progressive metal band Binary Code release their first new music in nearly six years, Moonsblood. Produced by Eyal Levi, it marks a progression of their sound. Still heavy, but with more melodic and moody elements than the last time we heard from them, with the Priest EP.  With a solid amount of touring under their belt […]

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