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Find out how much Van Halen, Soilwork, Godflesh and more made on the road

Posted by on November 25, 2015

If you keep wondering how much your favorite bands make when they head out on the road, Billboard‘s Boxscore released their latest batch of earnings and attendance from many artists, including rock and metal ones and w’ve summarized them here for you. There aren’t that many new bands to report on that we haven’t seen […]

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Godflesh are coming back to America

Posted by on May 21, 2015

Remember when Godflesh toured last year, and it was awesome? If you don’t, just ask anyone that went, because everyone we talked to raved about it. Last year’s A World Lit Only By Fire joined albums by At the Gates, Carcass and now Faith No More and Refused as amazing comeback albums that we didn’t think would […]

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New Pelican EP reworks “The Cliff”

Posted by on February 4, 2015

Pelican are releasing an EP of reworked versions of “The Cliff,” which comes from their 2013 album, Forever Becoming. You can listen to the first two tracks of the EP below. The first track features a relative rarity for the band – vocals. Allen Epley, the vocalist that appeared on “Final Breath” from the band’s 2009 album, What We All Come to […]

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Seth Werkheiser’s Top 10 of 2014

Posted by on December 15, 2014

As 2014 draws to a close, we check in with the Metal Insider staff to see what new albums got them the most excited. Metal Insider’s contributors have been listing their top ten albums of 2014. We’ve heard from Bram, Zach, Kodi, Matt, Nick, Chip, Anthony and Chris. Now it’s time for Seth Werkheiser’s list of […]

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Kodi McKinney’s Top 10 of 2014

Posted by on December 12, 2014

I really did not come into 2014 expecting to see 2012 and 2013 topped for metal records, but this year was nothing short of historic. It’s almost criminal I can’t just make a top 30 this year and be done with it, really. Any of my honorable mentions this year would be top 10 in […]

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Bram Teitelman’s top 10 of 2014

Posted by on December 12, 2014

It’s been a pretty long, insane year for metal with a lot of excellent music in it. A common complaint among people putting together these lists have been that there’s been almost too much music to condense into one list. That’s a great problem to have. The popularity of streaming services and/or YouTube have made […]

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Coliseum remix album filled with Black Magic Punks

Posted by on December 11, 2014

Black Magic Punks, the latest release from Coliseum, is a collection of “remixes and reinterpretations” of tracks from their 2013 album, Sister Faith. It features the work of Cold Cave, Justin K. Broadrick of Godflesh, Atsuo of Boris, Justin Foley of The Austerity Program and more. This collection of remixes is a self-released effort, on a 12″ record, limited to 500 copies, […]

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Metal Insider contributor Nick Desimone’s top 10 of 2014

Posted by on December 10, 2014

It’s that time of year again. As 2014 draws to a close, we check in with the Metal Insider staff to see what new albums got them the most excited. The next list we’ll be looking at is Nick DeSimone’s. I should preface this by saying that the bulk of this list should be taken with […]

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Pelican with vocals are just as good as Pelican instrumental

Posted by on December 3, 2014

Pelican have always been reliably great, an instrumental quartet that owes equal parts to post-metal and indie rock. Last year’s Forever Becoming was the first album without band founder Laurent Schroeder-Lebec, but they’ve carried on just fine without him. One of the highlights of that album was a song called “The Cliff,” and on February 24th, the […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Events in 2014 we’re thankful for

Posted by on November 24, 2014

Metal Insider’s Top 5 is a column where we count down the top five of…well basically anything. It’s the Monday before Thanksgiving, which means that before we head home to argue with our parents about immigration, we’ll be taking our annual look at the (almost) first eleven months of the year. It’s been a busy […]

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