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Psycroptic announce U.S tour w/ Cannibis Corpse, Gorod, & Micawber

Posted by on January 30, 2019

New tour dates for Psycroptic have been announced as Cannibis Corpse, Gorod, and Micawber will be joining them in support for the run.  The tour is in support of the group’s latest effort, As The Kingdom Drowns.  Tour dates: 04/12 Brooklyn, NY @ Gold Sounds 04/13 Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall 04/14 Cincinnati, OH […]

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Rivers of Nihil Will to perform ‘Where Owls Know My Name’ in full on upcoming tour

Posted by on January 30, 2019

Rivers Of Nihil has announced a very special twist regarding their upcoming U.S. tour. At each and every show, the band has decided to perform their critically acclaimed album, “The Owls Know My Name” in it’s entirety. The band will enlist the help of saxophonist Patrick Corona and Guitarist Jonathan Topore to perform on keyboards […]

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Candlemass premiere “Astorolus – The Great Octopus” music video featuring Tony Iommi

Posted by on January 30, 2019

Sweden’s Candlemass is set to release The Door To Doom on February 22nd on Napalm records. “Doom” marks the bands 12th release in their heavy history as a defining force of the doom genre. The group has released the music video for “Astorolus – The Great Octopus.” The track appears third on the record and features a […]

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Fallujah introduce Anthony Palermo as new frontman with preview of “Undying Light”

Posted by on January 30, 2019

Fallujah’s new record Undying Light is due out on March 15th via Nuclear Blast. The band has released a trailer for their latest effort, which introduces new vocalist Anthony Palermo. In the trailer, the band talks about the departure of longtime frontman Alex Hofmann and the process of finding Anthony Palermo. Longtime friends, Fallujah and Palermo […]

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Rammstein Share Behind The Scenes Photos Of Video Shoot

Posted by on January 30, 2019

Rammstein has announced that their highly anticipated next studio album will be available soon. They also talked about their plan to shoot five music videos related to the release. Today the band posted pics on their Instagram account which appear to be from the set of at least one of those videos. The caption reads “…no […]

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Devin Townsend’s new album ‘Empath’ due in March

Posted by on January 16, 2019

Devin Townsend is now ready to release his newest endeavor entitled Empath. Townsend has worked on this album for at least a year and a half as it will finally be released on March 29th via InsideOut Music. Of course, the year and a half of making the record has taken Townsend to new places […]

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Uriah Heep premiere “Knocking At My Door” Lyric Video

Posted by on January 16, 2019

British Rock Mainstays Uriah Heep continue their prolific run with the release of a lyric video for “Knocking At My Door” The track is taken from their overall 25th studio album Living The Dream, which was released this past September on Frontiers Music. The band worked with Canadian engineer Jay Ruston to bring the bands rich history […]

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Architects streaming Deftones’ cover “Change”

Posted by on January 16, 2019

Britain’s Architects are now streaming “Death Is Not Defeat,” a new song from their latest release Holy Hell. Additionally, the group are streaming a cover of the Deftones’ “Change (In The House Of Flies),” which was originally from 2000’s White Pony. The streaming is part of Spotify’s new Singles’ Series. Both songs were recorded at […]

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Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley may have a fan in Taylor Swift

Posted by on January 14, 2019

Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley was shocked to discover an old polaroid of Taylor Swift posted on Facebook, in which the pop icon is sitting in front of a metal door upon which one of his lyrics is written. The line, “If you leave me, I’m coming with you.” from the Every Time I Die song, “Buffalo 666”, is written on the door that Swift sits in front of. The Polaroid was part of Swift’s fifth studio album 2014’s 1989. You can call it a bonus feature? The record came with five polaroids, each with Swift’s lyrics handwritten on the bottom. What could this possibly mean? Draw your own conclusions. Social media is indeed a vortex of mystery and fascination!

[via AltPress]

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Queensryche premiere “Dark Reverie” Lyric Video

Posted by on January 14, 2019

Queensryche will release their new album album, The Verdict, on March 1st through Century Media. The band has premiered a new lyric video for the song “Dark Reverie.” Guitarist Parker Lundgren explains: “Dark Reverie is a guitar driven progressive ballad addressing self-reflection during times of tragedy and the questions we ask ourselves while grieving.”  The Verdict marks the […]

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