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Interview with Devin Townsend on new “Order of Magnitude” boxset and upcoming Halloween livestream

Posted by on October 23, 2020

    The prolific Devin Townsend has released his new limited edition boxset, Order of Magnitude: Empath Live Volume 1. We caught up with the guitarist to learn more about the new release and his upcoming Halloween livestream: Devin’s Crappy Halloween Show! The frontman also shared the latest update about his new album, Lightwork.   Order of […]

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Detachment drop new single “Work Horse”

Posted by on October 12, 2020

  With the success of their Gaslight EP back in January, Detachment have returned with a new single dubbed, “Work Horse.” The band has been teasing the single for the past month with weekly behind the scenes studio updates. Each video focuses on a member of the band and the recording of the single at Westfall Recording Company […]

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Matt Heafy of Trivium releases Vikings cover “My Mother Told Me” 3-track solo bundle

Posted by on October 9, 2020

Matt Heafy of Trivium signed a solo deal with Road Runner back in July with the release of his “Toss A Coin To Your Witcher” cover. Now the frontman has released a 3-track bundle featuring a cover of the popular History Channel series, Vikings. The first track is more metal oriented, the second is an acoustic […]

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Killer Be Killed share “Dream Gone Bad” music video

Posted by on October 9, 2020

    Metal supergroup, Killer Be Killed have released a video for their song “Dream Gone Bad.” The track is taken from their upcoming album Reluctant Hero. Bassist Troy Sanders (Mastodon) commented on the song: “Dissecting the idea of uncertainty and how you pull from that to find your way. “Dream Gone Bad‘ was initially spearheaded by Max […]

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Album Review: Corey Taylor ‘CMFT’

Posted by on October 2, 2020

  Finally, Corey Taylor’s solo album has arrived! The idea of a solo album began almost a decade ago when Taylor originally started his “An Evening with..” tour in support of his first book. Soon after, the question was raised if he’d ever go solo and leave Slipknot and Stone Sour behind. Fortunately, he is […]

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Idle Hands forced to change name due to trademark laws

Posted by on September 30, 2020

  Portland’s finest goth band Idle Hands is being forced to change their name due to US trademark laws. The band has now revealed that their new name will be Unto Others. The group will continue to play songs from their catalog and all albums will remain apart of their digital discographies.   Over the the next couple weeks […]

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Whitechapel share studio footage; reveal producer for new record

Posted by on September 30, 2020

  Whitechapel are gearing up to release their eighth studio album and have recruited Mark Lewis (DevilDriver, Cannibal Corpse) as their producer. Lewis is familiar with the band as he previously worked on their last five albums, while also producing the last 4.   The band also posted a studio update on Twitter. Check out […]

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Teeth drummer Ryan “Legs” Leger leaves band

Posted by on September 30, 2020

    Teeth has parted ways with their drummer Ryan “Legs” Leger. The split seems to be mutual as the band’s statement wishes the drummer the best going forward. Davis Maxwell (Heavy Hearts, Kawthra) will be the interim drummer. “As some of you may have already heard, Legs will no longer be moving forward as a […]

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Man injured at Agnostic Front show settles for $2 million

Posted by on September 29, 2020

  Back in 2017, a man named Jason Kooken was badly injured by a stage diver at the “Doing It For Dave” benefit concert during Agnostic Front’s set. The following month the man decided to sue the organizer of the event, Asbury Audio, Inc and was now finally awarded a $2 million settlement. The statement described the […]

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Lars Ulrich shares the Metallica song he never wants to hear again

Posted by on September 29, 2020

  Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich sat down with Vulture and revealed the Metallica song he never wants to hear again. Spoiler- it’s nothing from St. Anger or Lulu.  “There’s a song called ‘Eye Of The Beholder’ on the ‘…[And] Justice [For All]’ album. Wherever I hear that song, it sounds kind of like — I guess we don’t […]

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