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Category Archives: Headbangers Brawl

Headbangers Brawl: Do you think concerts should happen now?

Posted by on June 30, 2020

  Since March, we’ve seen many predictions on when concerts will return, what they would look like, what fans could end up wearing, and walking through a disinfectant mist. It’s safe to say we are in an unpredictable state of “anything goes” mentality. While COVID-19 cases continue to rise, events are happening across the United […]

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Headbanger’s Brawl: Arch Enemy and the “banned” photographer

Posted by on December 31, 2018

  It’s been a while since we had a headbanger’s brawl, and figured, there’s no better way to end 2018 with an opinionated debate. While most of us spent Christmas day away from our computers, J Salmeron of Metal Blast published a lengthy editorial explaining how he was banned from shooting Arch Enemy. This has […]

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Headbangers Brawl: Should As I Lay Dying lay dormant?

Posted by on June 5, 2018

It’s been six years since As I Lay Dying released any new music … as a result of singer Tim Lambesis’ actions five years ago. But after posting a teaser video this past weekend, Lambesis appears to be fulfilling a promise he made shortly after his release from prison last year. It remains unclear whether Lambesis is reforming As I […]

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Headbangers Brawl: Would we rather Guns N’ Roses reunite with full band, or hear new music from current lineup?

Posted by on May 3, 2018

We won’t find out “for sure” what “Destruction” is “Coming” our way until midnight of Friday (May 4). However a leaked unboxing video essentially confirms that Guns N’ Roses has been teasing a massive Appetite For Destruction box set. That’s surely disappointing news to the many fans who thought the cryptic countdown on www.GNR.fm somehow involved the classic Appetite For Destruction era of Guns N’ Roses properly […]

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Headbangers Brawl: How much is too much to spend on concert tickets?

Posted by on February 28, 2018

The Smashing Pumpkins (semi) reunion tour might be adding dates in L.A. and Chicago, but ticket sales for the rest of the shows seem to be sluggish. Many are quick to point to bassist D’arcy Wretzky’s absence as a key reason for the initial low sales. However it’s safe to assume that another (and possibly even bigger) reason is the […]

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