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Rockers pay tribute to Little Richard, founding father of rock & roll

Posted by on May 10, 2020

  Little Richard, known as the founding father, godfather, the innovator, the originator, and the architect of rock & roll, died on Saturday (9th) at 87. CNN reports Dick Alen, Richard’s former agent, confirmed his death, revealing he died in Nashville with his brother and son by his side. The cause of death is related […]

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Everything Dies: On The Tenth Anniversary of Peter Steele’s Death

Posted by on April 14, 2020

  The first time I saw Type O Negative, they weren’t even Type O Negative yet. Visiting NYC for, I believe, the second time without my parents for the CMJ Music Marathon in 1990, I wasn’t (technically) old enough to drink, but that didn’t stop me from doing so while taking in as much live […]

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Volumes issue statement on Diego Farias (1992-2020)

Posted by on February 7, 2020

Yesterday (6th), we were devastated to hear about the passing of former Volumes guitarist Diego Farias. It has been reported he was only twenty-seven years old. Shortly before his death, Farias announced his departure from the group to focus on other projects. No cause of death has been revealed at this time. The band has issued […]

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Corrosion of Conformity pay tribute to their late drummer Reed Mullin

Posted by on January 29, 2020

January 2020 feels like an eternal month of mourning. We’ve lost four drummers just weeks (or a day) apart from each passing. Last night was probably difficult for most wondering if another musician has died. The anxiety behind this is real, and it’s been a horrific month for the metal community. We’re still shocked about […]

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Neil Peart: A Tribute (1952-2020)

Posted by on January 28, 2020

1980, Milpitas California, I am 15 yrs old visiting family. I’m hanging out with my cousin, Mike, in his room. He puts on The Spirit of Radio… my mind doubles in size as I listen. “Jacobs Ladder,” “Different Strings,” “Natural Science.” What…Is…This? I mean, what is this? At this point, my taste in music had […]

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