Tag Archives: King Diamond

King Diamond to headline Psycho Las Vegas

Posted by on January 10, 2017

  Earlier this past Fall, King Diamond announced the finalization of a DVD capturing footage from 2015’s Abigail Tour. While announcing it, King said that while he’d be spending most of 2017 recording a new album, he’d  have time to “fit in a few special festival shows, performing the same set on the Abigail tour.” Today […]

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Artist/photographer Nathaniel Shannon’s favorite photographs

Posted by on October 26, 2016

  This Friday (28), Brooklyn photographer Nathaniel Shannon will be expressing himself in an entirely different medium, as his debut album Trespasses will be released via Aqualamb Records. The album, released under the name Nathaniel Shannon and the Vanishing Twin, is a dark Tom Waits-like collection of Shannon’s bedroom recordings from over the last decade, and […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Metallica guest appearances

Posted by on June 16, 2016

Today, Heart released the title track of their forthcoming album, Beautiful Broken, via Rolling Stone. What makes it worthy of being written about here is that the upbeat, riffy rock song, originally released as a bonus track on the band’s 2012 album, features Metallica’s James Hetfield on background and occasional lead vocals. The 2:30 song is punchy enough that it […]

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Wondering how much sex King Diamond is having?

Posted by on May 3, 2016

Six years after triple-bypass heart surgery, King Diamond is undergoing a career renaissance. The Danish singer started playing European festivals a few years later, toured the States in 2014, and was the highlight of last year’s ill-fated Mayhem Fest. Two shows from a tour last year in which he played Abigail in it’s entirety were filmed […]

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Merry Christmas from Metal Insider

Posted by on December 25, 2015

It’s December 25th, so have a merry Christmas regardless of what holiday you’re celebrating, and enjoy these jams from King Diamond and Lemmy, who celebrated his 70th yesterday.

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Richard Christy’s top 5 most metal things that happened in 2015

Posted by on December 21, 2015

Richard Christy is the drummer of Charred Walls of the Damned and a writer/producer on the Howard Stern show. 2015 was a pretty metal year in my life with so many great new albums from new and classic metal bands, many great new horror films like Bone Tomahawk and Deathgasm, and tons of great new […]

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King Diamond cancels Houston show

Posted by on December 3, 2015

King diamond has been killing it since coming back from triple-bypass heart surgery in 2010. A successful handful of dates last year turned into a triumphant performance on the ill-fated Myahem Fest and a tour that’s currently selling out around the country. In fact, just last week, his shows in Philadelphia and Detroit were filmed […]

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King Diamond confirms new album in the works

Posted by on November 16, 2015

If you’re one of our loyal readers, we would like to say thank you and we love you, but also you may feel this sounds familiar because a few months ago, we talked about King Diamond mentioning his plans to start recording a new album right after their touring cycle. Guess what? the King is […]

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King Diamond announce tour, performing ‘Abigail’ in its entirety

Posted by on August 3, 2015

Last week, we speculated about King Diamond playing the classic album Abigail in its entirety, after the band shared a picture of the album cover art captioned:  “ATTENTION EVERYONE!!! Keep an eye out for some major news on August 3rd.” Well, today is August 3rd and we were right! The band will head on a new tour […]

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King Diamond may play ‘Abigail’ in its entirety next tour

Posted by on July 31, 2015

The Mayhem Festival is about to end this weekend, and King Diamond has been going head to head with the always charismatic Slayer and the rest of the bands on the bill. But that might not be the last you’ve seen of the King this year, and he might be preparing something special for all of us. King […]

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