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Category Archives: What A Tease

What are Metallica announcing on Monday?

Posted by on February 23, 2018

Mondays – they’re the worst, right? Well, as we get set to head out for the weekend, Metallica has given us something to look forward to.  Something cryptic, of course, but still cool. In fact, the above (and below) image is all they’re saying. So what could it be? Maybe a new song or a […]

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Jonathan Davis teases solo track

Posted by on January 24, 2018

Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has stepped outside the confines of his own band in the past. Back in 2002, he was on the Queen of the Damned soundtrack with Richard Gibbs, and in 2007, he released an album, Alone I Play ,that consisted of covers and a few original songs that was also produced by Gibbs. Now […]

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Here’s a snippet of another new Judas Priest song, “Spectre”

Posted by on January 18, 2018

You’ve heard Judas Priest’s new single, “Lightning Strike,” and everyone agrees that it’s a welcome addition to their many years of ass-kicking songs. And while Firepower isn’t out until March 9th, the band keep stoking the fire, so to speak. Their U.S. tour kicks off right after the album is out, and now we get to […]

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We Came as Romans announce new album with cryptic teaser

Posted by on August 23, 2017

Today, We Came as Romans announced that their fifth album, and first for Sharptone Records, will be coming out in October. The album is being teased with a nearly two minute video clip, mostly consisting of ambient synth sounds as what’s presumably the album cover is being sketched in gold on a black background. About […]

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New Quicksand coming on Epitaph

Posted by on August 21, 2017

A few years back, ’90s band Quicksand reunited for a 2012 tour. The band, equal parts metal, hardcore and emo, featured Gorilla Biscuits guitarist Walter Schriefels and were a formative influence on their peers like Deftones, which  bassist Sergio Vega became a member of following Chi Cheng’s death. Earlier this year, they announced an extensive […]

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