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Tag Archives: Tommy Victor

Review: Danzig returns to the Electric Factory, 9/8/17

Posted by on September 11, 2017

I caught Danzig on tour at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA on September 8. Per usual, a memorable show. This was an incredible bill and I’ll have reviews of openers Mutoid Man and Corrosion of Conformity in subsequent stories. Danzig, with current lineup, is on a short East Coast Tour that focuses on Danzig […]

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Interview: Prong’s Tommy Victor talks next album, subgenres, glory days of L.E.S.

Posted by on April 26, 2017

Metal Insider sat down with Prong’s Tommy Victor prior to the band’s set at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia as part of their Spring tour with Testament and Sepultura. Tommy gave us the lowdown on Prong’s ramped up activity over the past several years, which includes a new album titled Zero Days this Summer. He also […]

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Prong check in from the road – we’re still giving away tickets to every show!

Posted by on May 18, 2016

Prong is in the middle of one of the longest tours they’ve done in a while, and in their off time, the band are taking in as much of America’s pasttime as they can. And by that, we mean filing video tour diaries for us – that is America’s pasttime, right? This most recent one found […]

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Prong check in from Canada – Win tickets to every date!!!

Posted by on May 10, 2016

  As Prong continue their tour in support of X – No Absolutes, the band have been updating us with a running video diary. They’re in Canada now, and Tommy Victor and Art Cruz sent an entry from outside Montreal’s infamous Foufounes Electrique, which basically means “electric ass” in French. Don’t forget – we’re giving away […]

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Prong are going cut and dry with new track

Posted by on January 29, 2016

Prong are set to release their new album X – No Absolutes on February 5th via SPV/Steamhammer and we heard the first track “Ultimate Authority” a few months back and if you want more, we have “Cut and Dry” for your enjoyment. Frontman Tommy Victor comments about the track: “I think you’ll find our new single, ‘Cut […]

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Teenage Time Killers Announce One US Show

Posted by on August 12, 2015

Supergroup of all supergroups, Teenage Time Killers featuring Reed Mullin of Corrosion of Conformity, Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters and Nirvana, Randy Blythe of Lamb Of God and many, many more, have announced a show!  What?!  Who would’ve thought this would even happen?  Most would have assumed it never would have been possible from having […]

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Glenn Danzig covers Black Sabbath, ZZ Top and more

Posted by on June 26, 2015

A few months ago, we had a chat with Prong’s frontman, Tommy Victor where we discussed about their upcoming release Songs from the Black Hole, an album of cover songs from the band’s influences and, as he has been working with Glenn Danzig in the studio as well, he mentioned about the recording process of the three […]

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Danzig hitting the road in July possibly in support of three albums

Posted by on April 15, 2015

We haven’t heard much from Danzig lately. Perhaps that’s because he’s been recording not one, but THREE albums. At least one of them might be out in July, as it’s been announced that he’ll be touring in a few months in both America and Canada. Unfortunately, the American dates seem to be avoiding the East […]

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Interview: Prong frontman Tommy Victor talks covers album, Danzig

Posted by on March 25, 2015

On March 31, Prong will be releasing Songs From the Black Hole, an album of cover songs from the band’s influences, including their take of tunes by Bad Brains, Sisters of Mercy, Killing Joke, Black Flag, Husker Du, Fugazi and more. When speaking to Tommy Victor about the 25th anniversary of Beg to Differ, we […]

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Danzig in the studio working on new album

Posted by on March 18, 2015

Danzig has shared some photos from the studio with guitarist Tommy Victor (of Prong) and drummer Johnny Kelly (of Type O Negative fame, who replaced Vinny Appice in Kill Devil Hill), officially kicking off the recording a new album, their first since 2010s ‘Deth Red Saboth.’ While originally slated for a fall of 2015 release, the […]

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