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Author Archives: Anthony Saia

Get to know this new Down song well

Posted by on March 17, 2014

NOLA sludge-metal group have been busy working on their newest offering and have unleashed a new track from Nodferatu’s Lair with “We Knew Him Well.” The track is a headbanger and is reminiscent of what we’ve heard from previous bands Down members have been associated with. There is certainly a gritty element to this track that hopefully […]

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Dream Theater Announce New Record

Posted by on June 6, 2013

Roadrunner Records have announced that progressive metal stalwarts Dream Theater will be releasing their highly anticipated new record simply titled Dream Theater on September 24. This album will be the first in the band’s catalog to have an eponymous name and the second record released without founding member and former drummer Mike Portnoy. Portnoy left the […]

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Former Coheed and Cambria Bassist Scams Fans

Posted by on June 6, 2013

Coheed and Cambria have been touring successfully over the past two years with their new bassist Zach Cooper.  Some might remember that Taylor took over Michael Todd’s bass duties for Coheed following his arrest in 2011. Todd has been busy as well, working on a new musical project dubbed Flux Fortuna, creating a Kickstarter campaign to […]

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The Devil Wears Prada Post A Video Update For New Album

Posted by on May 31, 2013

The Devil Wears Prada are currently working on their Roadrunner Records debut at Glow In The Dark Studios and have released a short studio update via their YouTube page. The record has yet to be named, but will be produced by Adam Dutkiewicz of Killswitch Engage/Times Of Grace, with co-producer/engineer Matt Goldman (of Underoath production […]

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Palms Release Tracklist and Self-Titled Album Trailer

Posted by on May 30, 2013

Those who follow Chino Moreno know that he is a man that wears many musical hats. We’ve seen the release of two EPs in two years with his band Crosses ††† in addition to last year’s deftones album, Koi no Yokan. Now thesinger is devoting some time to his newest band, Palms. Last month we […]

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Serj Tankian Goes To Great Heights For His Art

Posted by on May 30, 2013

Serj Tankian has always been a busy man who does charity work, while also nourishing other musical projects. Unfortunately, this doesn’t mean we’ll be hearing a new System of a Down record anytime soon. Instead, the SOAD frontman has been working on two new non-SOAD albums while exploring other artistic mediums, this time, infusing music […]

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Baroness Announce Live EP, European Tour Dates

Posted by on May 30, 2013

It’s strange to think that less than a year ago Baroness was involved in a gnarly bus crash leaving fans wondering if they would ever have the chance to see them perform again. The future seemed even more bleak when two members left the band, but for John Baizley and Pete Adams, walking away from a […]

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Philip Anselmo Unleashes Title Track From Forthcoming Solo Album

Posted by on May 29, 2013

A couple of weeks ago, Philip (H). Anselmo offered up a bludgeoning track “Usurper’s Bastard Rant,” from his first solo record Walk Through Exits Only, coming out on July 16th on Housecore Records (via MRI/Megaforce). Now, after the initial taste, Anselmo kicks our teeth in with the release of the title track from the forthcoming record. Backed […]

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Coheed And Cambria Streaming New Track

Posted by on January 30, 2013

Coheed and Cambria are streaming “Number City,” the first taste of Afterman: Descension (which is the second part of the band’s double album), Check out the track here before the album comes out on Tuesday(5).

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Animals As Leaders To Support BTBAM In New Zealand, Australia, Japan

Posted by on September 4, 2012

After recovering some of their gear, instrumental progressive masterminds Animals As Leaders have announced an upcoming stint with fellow heavy hitters Between The Buried And Me. The bands will be covering New Zealand, Australia and Japan during the tail-end of 2012. Check the dates here.

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