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Category Archives: Social Networking

Follow Metal Insider on Facebook and Twitter

Posted by on October 20, 2014

Just a reminder. If you’re enjoy reading Metal Insider, please follow us on Facebook and Twitter. It’s the best way to show your support for us, and you’ll be able to get the latest updates to all the rock and metal relevant to your interests in your personal feed. Follow Metal Insider on Facebook Follow […]

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Follow Metal Insider on Facebook and Twitter

Posted by on September 17, 2014

Just a reminder. If you’re enjoy reading Metal Insider, please follow us on Facebook and Twitter. It’s the best way to show your support for us, and you’ll be able to get the latest updates to all the rock and metal relevant to your interests in your personal feed. Follow Metal Insider on Facebook Follow […]

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Faith No More launch Twitter account, promise to get “little creative”

Posted by on May 30, 2014

Faith No More broke up in 1998, about nine years after their breakthrough album The Real Thing, and while a lot of people still cared about them. When they reunited several years ago for a few years of tours, they made no promises of new music, nor have they since. However, the band have officially launched their […]

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David Draiman launches social networking app, ‘Wingman’

Posted by on April 3, 2014

Social media is used everwhere. From computers to tablets to even phones, the majority of the world can be reached by a few clicks.  Disturbed/Device frontman David Draiman has found a way to improve,  or rather transcend, our already-immediate means  of communication. His idea? An app called Wingman. While we’ve been reading through a multitude […]

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David Draiman Defends Randy Blythe, CAPSLOCK

Posted by on December 4, 2012

Disturbed frontman David Draiman has taken to the Internet to call attention to the indictment of Randy Blythe that happened yesterday. And much like his previous posts, he likes yelling. He finally addresses the fact that he uses all caps this time, though. And you’ve got to respect someone in Draiman’s position going out of […]

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