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Category Archives: Headbanger’s Brawl

Black Sabbath members unveil ‘Black Sabbath Bridge’ and bench in Birmingham

Posted by on June 26, 2019

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery have launched a new exhibition today (26th) called Black Sabbath 50 Years, which will run through September 29th (purchase tickets here). The exhibition presented by Home of Metal, celebrates the band’s legendary career from the perspective of their fans as it will feature historical photos, memorabilia, personal stories, a photography […]

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Russian Circles streaming new song “Milano”

Posted by on June 26, 2019

On August 2nd, Russian Circles’ new album Blood Year is scheduled to arrive via Sargent House. The group has already released the new song “Arluck,” and today (26th), these post-metal instrumental giants have unveiled the second single with “Milano.”  Listen to the song below and pre-order Blood Year here: This September, Russian Circles will be […]

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Betraying the Martyrs unveil “Parasite” music video, band set release date for new album ‘Rapture’

Posted by on June 26, 2019

We’ve known for a while now that Betraying the Martyrs were working on their follow-up to 2017’s The Resilient as the group recently unveiled the new song “Eternal Machine.” Today (26th), the band has announced their overall fourth studio album Rapture will be released on September 13th via Sumerian Records. To celebrate their upcoming effort, they dropped […]

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Obituary announce Fall tour w/ Abbath

Posted by on June 26, 2019

While we just unveiled our review on Abbath’s new album, Outstrider, Obituary have announced a headlining North American tour with the Norwegian black metal titans. Florida’s death metal legends upcoming Fall trek is scheduled to kick off on September 27th in Baton Rouge, LA and will run through October 25th in Atlanta, GA. Midnight and […]

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Abbath’s ‘Outstrider’ expertly blends his signature speed with a bit more nuance

Posted by on June 26, 2019

If you’re expecting Abbath Part II – a continuation of the first Abbath solo record, you’re going to be disappointed. Certainly Abbath’s first release was beyond incredible and, quite frankly, far better than Immortal’s new album 2018’s Northern Chaos Gods, which was certainly good, but clearly missing one particular element – and that being Mr. Olve […]

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