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Author Archives: Chris Annunziata

Lars Ulrich’s favorite Metallica song is…

Posted by on September 1, 2020

  Metallica drummer, Lars Ulrich has revealed his favorite song from the band’s catalog. No need to worry, it’s nothing off of St. Anger or Lulu. Instead, it’s from their fifth album, The Black Album. It’s “Sad But True”… “‘Sad But True‘. I just love playing that song. I play it a little differently each time. I love the tempo and giving […]

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Jay White of The Agony Scene has died

Posted by on September 1, 2020

  With some unfortunate news, The Agony Scene have announced the passing of their bassist Jay White. The band posted the following statement: “It is with extremely heavy hearts that we regretfully inform you all of the passing of our friend and bandmate Jay White. Jay was a uniquely special individual who made a serious […]

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Lamb Of God to perform their new album and ‘Ashes of the Wake’ in it’s entirety for two live streaming events

Posted by on September 1, 2020

  Lamb of God has announced two live streaming events that will feature their latest self-titled album and their iconic 2004 Ashes of the Wake performed in their entirety. The first event will take place Friday, September 18th and will feature the latest record and the second stream for Ashes of the Wake will commence Friday, September 25th. In similar […]

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Devin Townsend shares live video for “Genesis” from ‘Order Of Magnitude’ boxset

Posted by on August 28, 2020

Devin Townsend has shared a live video for “Genesis” taken from his upcoming fully loaded boxset, Order Of Magnitude – Empath Live Volume 1. The boxset drops October 23 and documents his winter 2019 European tour that saw him take on possibly his most ambitious live show to date. The frontman commented on releasing “Genesis” as the first […]

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Fit For A King stream “Annihilation”

Posted by on August 28, 2020

  Fit For A King have dropped a new song titled “Annihilation” and will be featured off their upcoming album, The Path, out September 18th via Solid State Records. Speaking about the meaning of the song, frontman Ryan Kirby commented: “‘Annihilation‘ is about welcoming the destruction of who you are, in order to build up to […]

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Lamb Of God and Mastodon share new songs from “Bill & Ted Face The Music”

Posted by on August 28, 2020

  Lamb Of God and Mastodon have contributed to the soundtrack for Bill & Ted Face The Music and have each posted their respected tracks. Lamb Of God shared the heavy “The Death Of Us” whereas Mastodon shared their upbeat “Rufus Lives.” Bill & Ted Face The Music was released today and is available on all VOD formats […]

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Killswitch Engage re-release 2000 debut album on vinyl for 20th anniversary

Posted by on August 27, 2020

Killswitch Engage are celebrating the 20th Anniversary of their debut self-titled record by re-releasing it on vinyl. The record was originally released on July 4, 2000 and will be arriving on vinyl for the first time on October 9th. The vinyl release will be available in two different color variants: Clear with Mint Splatter and […]

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Devin Townsend explores Strapping Young Lad’s “Alien” in latest podcast episode

Posted by on August 27, 2020

  Devin Townsend has posted the seventh episode of his podcast focusing on Strapping Young Lad’s fourth studio album, Alien. Back when quarantine took full swing, the prolific musician started a podcast to fully explore each album in his career, starting with Ocean Machine. Due to working on his upcoming livestream event, new “Order of Magnitude” […]

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Devin Townsend takes you behind the scenes for his upcoming Livestream show

Posted by on August 25, 2020

    Devin Townsend has shared a behind the scenes look into his upcoming livestream show, “Empath Volume 2: By Request,” happening on September 5th. In the video, Devin explains the reasoning behind the “By Request” set and how they tracked and shot the performance. Tickets are currently on sale here. Below you can read Devin’s entire […]

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Slayer’s Kerry King has two albums worth of material for his new project

Posted by on August 25, 2020

  As Slayer’s reign has come to an end, guitarist Kerry King is looking to move forward with a new project. When speaking with Dean Guitars, Kerry mentioned having over two albums worth of material for this new project. “I’ve been very, very lucky with riffs in 2020. Maybe because I can’t go anywhere — […]

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