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Tag Archives: King Diamon

Spotify playlist: Witherfall’s favorite supergroups

Posted by on February 2, 2017

Witherfall, whose debut album Nocturnes and Requiems is out on February 10th, has a classic heavy sound to it that suggests the band has been around for longer than 2013, which is when the project first officially formed. Former White Wizzard members Joseph Michael and Jake Dryer got together with drummer Adam Sagan (Circle II Circle, Into […]

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Now You’ve Got Something To Die Fur: Randy Blythe Shows Off Cat

Posted by on July 15, 2013

Randy Blythe is showing his sensitive side following all he’s been through in the past year.  Roadrunner Records UK posted a YouTube video today featuring The Lamb of God frontman promoting the band’s upcoming Bloodstock Festival performance, alongside his cat Salad. The performance will be the among the first overseas shows for the band since Blythe […]

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King Diamond To Appear On New Volbeat Album

Posted by on March 6, 2013

While Volbeat sounds more like Social Distortion covering Misfits songs, they’ve announced that King Diamond will be making a guest appearance on their forthcoming album, Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies. The King will appear on “Room 24,” a song that was, according to the bio, inspired by a terrifying experience in a hotel room somewhere in […]

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An Artistic Rendering Of The History Of Corpse Paint

Posted by on June 7, 2012

Bunny Bissoux is a Tokyo-based artist. She’s also apparently a metal fan, as a three year-old piece of hers, “Corpsepaint Creatures,” is making its way around the interwebz today. With both logos and drawings of some of the artists, the black and white piece basically looks like a large version of the inside cover of […]

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Brutal Legend Unveils Surprisingly Great Track Listing

Posted by on August 10, 2009

Is Brutal Legend going to be the most metal video game ever? Until now, we’d heard more about the endless legal battles over the game than the game itself, but the just-released track listing just gave it even more metal cred. Sure, we know that Jack Black, Lemmy, Ozzy, Rob Halford and more lent their voices […]

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