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Tag Archives: Deicide

R.I.P. former Deicide and Obituary guitarist Ralph Santolla

Posted by on June 6, 2018

Just yesterday (5th), Devil’s Highway and ex- Deicide, Obituary etc. guitarist Ralph Santolla was taken off of life support after being in a coma due after suffering a heart attack. Earlier this morning, his mother Sue Santolla-Rocha, who has been keeping everyone informed about his condition, announced he is no longer with us. He was just […]

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Former Deicide, Obituary etc. guitarist Ralph Santolla is in a coma after heart attack

Posted by on May 31, 2018

Devil’s Highway and ex- Deicide, Obituary etc. guitarist Ralph Santolla has been hospitalized after suffering a heart attack on Tuesday (29th) evening. According to the guitarist’s mother, Sue Santolla-Rocha, revealed he’s in a coma and his condition appears critical. Rocha sadly mentioned, “hope is very slim.” Read her full post below: “Friend and family..it is […]

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Narcotic Wasteland mastermind Dallas Toler-Wade’s 10 most influential death metal albums

Posted by on October 13, 2017

Today, Narcotic Wasteland’s sophomore album, Delerium Tremens, was released on Megaforce/MRI. Initially started as a side project by former Nile guitarist Dallas Toler-Wade, the band is now his full time project. Being in such an influential death metal band as Nile, then moving on to Narcotic Wasteland makes the singer/guitarist qualified to talk about death metal, […]

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Former Cannibal Corpse guitarist Jack Owen joins Six Feet Under

Posted by on February 28, 2017

Six Feet Under has named a new rhythm guitarist, and he’s a familiar name to many – especially Chris Barnes. Jack Owen, who’d played in Barnes’ former band Cannibal Corpse from the band’s formation in 1988 until 2004, is rejoining Barnes in the band. “It is with great pleasure that I announce and introduce to […]

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Interview: rapper Ghostemane talks death metal influences

Posted by on August 23, 2016

A Florida-based hardcore kid moves to LA to find better acceptance for his producing and artistic concept, and there he thrives. Ghostemane may be the first hip hop artist I’ve ever seen sport a Deicide shirt while spouting off about “broke motherfuckers” in a tone that takes me back to being seven and screaming every […]

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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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Glen Benton unloads on Slipknot

Posted by on August 8, 2016

There are 89 humanitarian awards handed out every year, according to Wikipedia. That’s a lot of awards, but you don’t have to worry about Deicide’s Glen Benton winning any of them, judging from his recent appearance on the Talk Toomey podcast. Apparently at some point, Slipknot said that they were inspired by Deicide and promised […]

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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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Lorna Shore, Hate Eternal pull out of Deicide tour [Updated]

Posted by on June 16, 2015

The tour formerly known as Metal Alliance just can’t catch a break. Last week, the tour lost its name and one of its featured bands, as Entombed A.D. were sent packing, apparently through no fault of their own or Deicide’s. As for the headliners, they decided to soldier on with the remainder of the tour, […]

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Deicide puts Metal Alliance organizers on blast

Posted by on June 15, 2015

Last week, the fifth incarnation of the Metal Alliance  was officially cancelled. And by that, we mean that Entombed A.D. was sent packing, “Metal Alliance” was dropped from the tour name, and the tour is continuing as a Deicide headlining tour for the remainder of the dates, which end this Friday (19). The band released some messages […]

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