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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Cult of Luna reschedule North American tour

Posted by on June 30, 2015

Swedish post-hardcore band Cult of Luna have definitely taken their fans on a roller coaster of emotion over the past few years. First, at the end of 2013, they hinted to fans that they would be going on a hiatus. At the beginning of the year, however, they announced a North American tour. Or rather, […]

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AC/DC finally arrives on streaming music services

Posted by on June 30, 2015

It was only in 2012 when AC/DC finally put their music on iTunes for digital download, and now the Australian hard-rock legends are just now getting into the streaming music scene. Today, the Australian hard rock band is streaming their entire catalog on Spotify (and Rdio)! This move comes right at the launch of the new […]

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Lamb of God hail the overlord in latest video

Posted by on June 30, 2015

Lamb of God have released two music videos this month, the most recent one being for the song, “Overlord.” The song starts off slow and almost grunge-inspired, with Randy Blythe actually singing, but launches into familiar Lamb of God territory in the second half. This new track is from the band’s upcoming new album, VII: Sturm Und Drang, due out July […]

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Watch Mastodon shop for music at Amoeba Records

Posted by on June 29, 2015

Wondering what Mastodon listen to? So was record store and music museum Amoeba Records, which had drummer Brann Dailor and guitarist Bill Kelliher by to pick some music out for their “What’s in my Bag” segment. Well, it’s pretty obvious in the music they make that there’s some Melvins influence in there, and indeed, Kelliher […]

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Geoff Tate’s Operation: Mindcrime to release debut album

Posted by on June 29, 2015

It’s been almost a year since we heard about Geoff Tate’s new project Operation: Mindcrime after losing the legal right to keep naming himself after any variation of his former band Queensryche, but if you have been waiting eagerly to know what Tate has been working on, wait no more and enjoy a sneak peek of his […]

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Scale The Summit to return with fifth album, V

Posted by on June 29, 2015

It’s been two years since progressive instrumental quartet Scale the Summit have released an album, but they’ve announced that they’ll be returning with their fifth album, appropriately titled V, on September 18th. We’d love to tell you what the album looks like, but that’s going to take two weeks. See, the band will be unveiling the […]

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Thy Art is Murder are crusading towards a holy war

Posted by on June 29, 2015

Australian deathcore enthusiasts Thy Art is Murder just released their latest album Holy War via Nuclear Blast, which you can stream right now in its entirety, but the band still thinks they can get your attention in a more creative way by unveiling a music video for the title track “Holy War.” Just like the controversial album cover […]

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Shinedown cut the cord in latest music video

Posted by on June 29, 2015

The last Shinedown album, Amaryllis, was certified Gold in late 2014, two years after its release in 2012. Now a few years later the band has just released their new single, “Cut The Cord,” from their upcoming fifth album. Vocalist Brent Smith explained the meaning of the song to Billboard: “‘Cut The Cord’ is a wake up call reminding […]

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Slayer debut new songs live

Posted by on June 29, 2015

In case you haven’t been reading the internet, or like any metal-centric sites on it, Slayer have a new album, Repentless, coming out in September. They’re also touring this Summer on the Mayhem fest, which kicked off this past weekend. With a new tour and a new album coming, that means they’re playing some songs from […]

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Abbath performs on stage for the first time with new band

Posted by on June 29, 2015

Immortal former frontman and black metal’s favorite meme, Abbath, announced his Immortal’s replacing project, originally named Abbath a few months ago and we can finally see footage of his debut performance in Tuska Open Air, which in reality, doesn’t look that much different than any other Immortal live show. The setlist included many Immortal and I songs […]

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