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Category Archives: Touring

Ghost recording new album after this tour

Posted by on September 30, 2016

The breakout success of Ghost’s EP this week has proven how legitimately popular (popeular?) they are. Any artist that can surprise-release an EP and still sell 20,000 copies of it deserves kudos regardless of genre. And while some may dismiss the band as a gimmick, even if they are a bit gimmicky, it’s obviously paying off […]

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Misfits reunion is over, Danzig says

Posted by on September 26, 2016

For those of you that got to see Glenn Danzig front the Misfits at Denver and Chicago’s Riot Fests this past month, you might have thought you were watching the first shows of a long and fruitful reunion between Danzig, Jerry Only and Wolfgang Doyle von Frankenstein. You’d be wrong, though. According to Danzig, what […]

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Metallica playing New York’s Webster Hall this Tuesday

Posted by on September 24, 2016

For those New Yorkers not able to attend the Global Citizen event that were at home watching it on the live stream, you might have noticed something different on New York mainstay Webster Hall’s event calendar if you were to look at it. There was nothing scheduled for September 27th in their main Grand Ballroom, yet […]

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Oni signs to Blacklight/Metal Blade; Randy Blythe to perform with them at Knotfest

Posted by on September 23, 2016

We already knew that Chopped chef and restaurant owner Chris Santos has an eclectic taste in metal from the formation of his Blacklight Media label through Metal Blade. He’s just made another signing, with Canadian prog-metal band Oni joining the band’s roster. The band’s debut album, Ironshore, will be released on November 25th, or Black Friday. What […]

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Flutes, Metallica, and history repeating

Posted by on September 23, 2016

The Grammys are bullshit. No doubt about it. Grading art is not only pointless for us as fans, but it also belittles the crucial relationship between listener and artist. Putting that aside, what if the most controversial moment in Grammy metal history was just ahead of its time? What if this mysterious panel of old […]

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