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New & Noteworthy: February 26th, 2021 – For New Music That Wish To Exist

Posted by on February 26, 2021

New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. This week features new releases from Alice Cooper, Epica, Architects and more! For last week’s releases you can read the previous New & Noteworthy, and for the latest sales numbers Metal by Numbers. Be sure to […]

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Metal By Numbers 2/25: Rock and roll all over the charts

Posted by on February 25, 2021

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   I spent the first five minute writing this week’s edition of MBN thinking “I should listen to that Pretty Reckless song that was big on the radio a few years ago, it was […]

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Metal Inside(r) Home Quarantine: Manuel Barbara – “It’s important to not be too hard on yourself”

Posted by on February 24, 2021

  Metal Inside(r) Home Quarantine is Metal Insider’s new column during this time of isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We asked artists five questions on what’s been keeping them busy ranging from their favorite movies, food they’ve been eating, music they’ve been listening to and more. We caught up with composer Manuel Barbara as […]

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New & Noteworthy: February 19th, 2021 – New Music for the Sky

Posted by on February 19, 2021

New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. This week features new releases from Harakiri for the Sky, Icon for Hire, and more! For last week’s releases you can read the previous New & Noteworthy, and for the latest sales numbers Metal by […]

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Metal By Numbers 2/18: The charts get Foo’d again

Posted by on February 18, 2021

    Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   Foo Fighter’s last album came out September 2017, so about three and a half years ago. That’s not a super long gap between albums; two to three is usually the sweet […]

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