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Cattle Decapitation urges immediate climate action with ‘Death Atlas’

Posted by on November 18, 2019

Cattle Decapitation clearly set out to shock listeners with their newest LP, Death Atlas. Certainly the music is shockingly complex and downright insane, but that shouldn’t surprise us. The lyrics and overall theme of the record, is easily the most bleak, painful and shocking they’ve ever created. In short, Death Atlas is about the end of […]

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King Diamond still reigns in Philadelphia!

Posted by on November 11, 2019

King Diamond brought the Institute to Philadelphia this past November 11, 2019 and, of course, Metal Insider was there! Let me say this… if you still, for some crazy reason, have never seen King Diamond live, stop reading this article and go click here to get yourself some tickets. Even if you’ve never really listened […]

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Legendary British hard rockers UFO said farewell to Mohegan Sun on 11/2/2019

Posted by on November 7, 2019

UFO Live @ The Wolf Den /Mohegan Sun 11-2-19 Last Orders 50th Anniversary Tour After fifty glorious years, UFO rock legends have decided to embark on a final tour. Unfortunately, the band was hit with sad news this past spring when keyboardist/guitarist Paul Raymond died of a heart attack on April 13th. However, the group […]

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In This Moment smoked out the Paramount with ‘Mother’s House of Horror’ on 10/22/19

Posted by on November 5, 2019

Very few, if any, holidays pair up with a genre of music better than Halloween and metal. The two revel in the sick and twisted. Both are about presentation and atmosphere, just as much as the talent bringing everything to life. In recent music, few bands have understood that more than In This Moment. The […]

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1349 and Uada bring their aural hellfire to Baltimore

Posted by on November 5, 2019

1349 and Uada Baltimore Soundstage, Baltimore, MD – October 27, 2019 Decades of failed one-party governance and corruption in Baltimore have already made the Charm City a rather desolate and dark place. With that, chaotic Norwegian black metal stalwarts 1349 rode into Baltimore Soundstage with pagan Oregonians Uada on their recent Fall Tour to made […]

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