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Kataklysm unleash “The Killshot” music video, new album arriving in September

Posted by on July 13, 2020

  Kataklysm have announced their new album Unconquered will be released on September 25th via Nuclear Blast. The follow-up to 2018’s Meditations was recorded and engineered by producer and guitarist JF Dagenais at JFD Studio in Dallas, TX, mixed by Colin Richardson and Chris Clancy as the record is promised to be the group’s best-produced […]

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Great White perform North Dakota non-restricted gig, apologize then book new concert

Posted by on July 13, 2020

  It’s been an interesting turn of events for Great White. The group held an outdoor performance on Thursday (9th) in Dickinson, North Dakota, which was part of First On First: Dickinson Summer Nights. For those who want to know more about this summer series, check out the event’s Facebook page as things look as […]

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Metal Inside(r) Home Quarantine: Kill Rob Bailey – “Think for yourself and ask questions”

Posted by on July 13, 2020

  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 Kill Rob Bailey as […]

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#MetallicaMondays Metallica to stream 1994 hometown performance

Posted by on July 13, 2020

  #MetallicaMondays continue and this time Metallica will be streaming a hometown gig from 1994 at Shoreline Amphitheater. The ongoing concert series will premiere tonight at 8PM EST on the band’s Facebook and YouTube channel.   The group commented: “#MetallicaMondays heat up with a show from the summer of ‘94 with a hometown gig at […]

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U.K. Government allows outdoor concerts to resume

Posted by on July 13, 2020

    Outdoor concerts in the U.K. are on their way back! Starting this past Saturday, July 11, outdoor performances and festivals can resume, as long as audience sizes are limited and attendees remain socially-distanced.  Said Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, “Of course we won’t see crowds flooding into their venues, but from July 11 our […]

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