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Monthly Archives: September 2015

Iron Reagan’s new music video is easy to digest

Posted by on September 29, 2015

Having released The Tyranny of Will on Relapse Records last year and putting out a music video for “Miserable Failure,” Iron Reagan are back again with a creepy video for “Rat Shit.” This creepy new clip only features live footage of the band, but there’s a great twist at the end (no spoilers, please)! In an interview […]

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Coming in October to Brooklyn: Artnoir Extreme

Posted by on September 29, 2015

In just a few weeks, CMJ will be taking over New York City, and hundreds of bands and college students will be converging on NYC and Brooklyn for music panels and label parties during the day and showcases and more label parties at night.There will be some metal stuff to do during the week, like […]

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The Devil Wears Prada working on album #6

Posted by on September 29, 2015

After just one album on Roadrunner Records, The Devil Wears Prada returned to Rise Records and released another EP, this one called Space, which debuted at #18 earlier this month (watch “Planet A” from the release below). So when might a new full length come out? Well, vocalist Mike Hranica recently spilled the beans in an update on his Instagram […]

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Listen to a new jam from The Faceless as tour is officially announced

Posted by on September 29, 2015

Yesterday, dates leaked for a tour from The Faceless, as the band started to tease new music. After we ran the story, which was at the time a rumor, the band officially confirmed the tour, which also includes After the Burial, Rings of Saturn and Toothgrinder. Tickets are on sale today for the monthlong tour. […]

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Watch Mastodon blaze through an hour-long Rock in Rio set

Posted by on September 28, 2015

There were a ton of impressive performances at this past weekend’s Rock in Rio show. You might have already watched System of a Down close out the opening night. but now take a look at Mastodon, who are still touring in support of last year’s Once More ‘Round the Sun. It shouldn’t come as that […]

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Tour rumor: The Faceless are back, touring with After the Burial, Rings of Saturn, Toothgrinder

Posted by on September 28, 2015

Recently, The Faceless, who hadn’t put out an album since 2012’s Autotheism, started showing some signs of life. Already having been booked to play the Knotfest pre-concert on October 23rd, on Friday, the band’s Facebook page asked fans to “like” if they were stoked for some tour date announcement. Then they announced that they would […]

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Corey Taylor: He’s the one they call Dr. Who

Posted by on September 28, 2015

If you’re a fan of both Slipknot and Dr. Who, then you’re in for a treat. This Saturday’s episode will feature Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor. Actually, he won’t be acting in it, but his screams will be heard. The Slipknot/Stone Sour vocalist will be doing some voice acting, yelling as the Fisher King, an alien […]

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Ghost are looking for a few good (bad?) nuns

Posted by on September 28, 2015

Last night at Ghost’s sold-out Terminal 5 show in New York City, Papa Emeritus III asked about the other pope that was in New York last week. “How about this Frankie guy,” he said. “I heard that he wanted all the nuns to be there when he spoke. We need nuns.” It turns out that […]

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As they get set to tour, Red Fang unveil Elvis Presley cover

Posted by on September 28, 2015

When you think of Portland stoner metallers Red Fang, Elvis Presley is probably the last artist you’d expect them to draw inspiration from. And you’d be right, but they covered his “Can’t Help Falling In Love” anyway. Well, actually, they did it by not really doing it, just throwing Elvis’ lyrics over a song they’d […]

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Listen to Trivium’s ‘Silence in the Snow’ before it’s out on Friday!

Posted by on September 28, 2015

Trivium have come a long way in 15 years, evolving from a Metallica-inspired thrashy metalcore unit to a modern-day Metallica-inspired radio-ready hard rock band that still shreds. The band’s seventh album, Silence in the Snow, will be out this Friday (2). It’s not like you haven’t had a chance to hear some of the album […]

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