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Tag Archives: Black Sabbath

Jorn covers ABBA singer on first single from new album

Posted by on April 28, 2016

Jorn Lande has recorded a lot of music – over 40 albums, according a press release we got this morning. And his powerful vocals are front and center on everything he does. Today he announced his latest album, Heavy Rock Radio, due out on June 3 on Frontiers Music. Unlike most of his albums, this will […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: guitar players by Sourvein’s T-Roy

Posted by on April 19, 2016

On Friday, April 8, sludge act Sourvein released Aquatic Occult, the fourth full-length and first for Metal Blade Records. The band’s twenty year journey to the label has seen them hit the road with Voivod, High on Fire and Saint Vitus, among many others. The North Carolina band called New Orleans and California home before returning  to […]

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Artist Vincent Castiglia’s 10 favorite metal album covers

Posted by on April 15, 2016

Artist Vincent Castiglia is well-known not just for his art, but for his medium, which is human blood. If that rings a bell, then you’re probably most familiar with his work that was done on a canvas known as Slayer and Exodus guitarist Gary Holt’s guitar. The guitarist gave 18 vials of his blood to […]

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Rage Yoga wants you to pose while drinking, cursing and blasting metal

Posted by on April 12, 2016

When you think about Yoga, you think about finding peace within yourself by relaxing and meditating while pushing your body in postures that will relieve your stress. But someone believes yoga should be more about releasing your inner anger by screaming, cursing like a sailor and blasting your favorite metal tunes to create the perfect […]

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Wait no more, here’s Dunsmuir (Clutch, Black Sabbath, Fu Manchu)

Posted by on April 11, 2016

What do you get if you cross Clutch’s Neil Fallon, his Company Band guitarist Dave Bone, Fu Manchu bassist Brad Davis and former Black Sabbath and Dio skinsman Vinnie Appice. Well, until recently, all you had a logo and years of teases. The band recently released a very limited 7″ with two songs on it, “Our […]

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Skate culture meets Black Sabbath with Supreme collection

Posted by on March 28, 2016

Black Sabbath are no strangers to fashion, having been immortalized by Converse before. But starting next month, there’s a whole line of Black Sabbath gear coming, courtesy of skateboarding lifestyle and clothing company Supreme. The Black Sabbath x Supreme line will drop later this week, and ranges from t-shirts and hoodies to hockey jerseys and even […]

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Danzig shows off boobs in new #NSFW “N.I.B.” video

Posted by on March 22, 2016

Danzig’s got quite a lot of music coming out, with a new album of originals and an EP of Elvis Presley covers in the pipeline, but for now, he’s concentrating on Skeletons, his full album of covers and first for Nuclear Blast that was released last year. It’s taken him a bit, but he’s released a […]

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Is it really The End for Black Sabbath?

Posted by on March 11, 2016

The End is coming, and we’ve known that for a while. And no, we’re not talking about the apocalypse. It’s Black Sabbath, and even though some dates have been postponed for Ozzy’s health, we have to accept there will be a time when Black Sabbath is no longer touring or putting out records. Or do we? In a […]

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Tony Iommi says Black Sabbath has plans with former singer Tony Martin

Posted by on March 4, 2016

Black Sabbath is on the final stages as a performing band with their current farewell tour, but there are many other things going on behind the band that should get some excited in some sort of level like the announcement of the band working again with former singer of the band Tony Martin. In preparation […]

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K. K. Downing discusses what it would take for him to return to Judas Priest

Posted by on March 3, 2016

Guitarist and metal godfather K.K. Downing left the legendary Judas Priest back in 2011 for several reasons involving the strenuous effort it requires to keep up with a band of that magnitude and the toll it was taking on his personal life. While Downing has been fairly happy with what his departure did to his life, […]

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