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Listen to Living Sacrifice, former Becoming the Archetype members cover Megadeth

Posted by on September 30, 2015

Some podcasts are starting to realize that as much as people enjoy listening to talk, they might want to bring something slightly different to the table. Relatively new podcast As The Story Grows, hosted by Unteachers members Travis Turner and Stephen Sarro is one of them. Last week, for the 25th anniversary of Megadeth’s clasic […]

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Metal Insider’s Top Ten of the Year – Chris Colgan

Posted by on December 7, 2012

With the year in music just about over, Metal Insider‘s staff and contributors are taking a look back and naming their top ten albums of 2012. This next list comes courtesy of Metal Insider contributor Chris Colgan. We’re also including a Spotify playlists with a song from each album, if available. We’ll also be sprinkling […]

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Big Brother 13’s Adam Poch Recaps ‘The Amazing Race’ – Weeks 5 and 6

Posted by on November 6, 2012

Big Brother 13′s resident metalhead and reality show addict Adam Poch is recapping The Amazing Race for Metal Insider –  specifically Team Headbangers, consisting of former White Lion/Megadeth/Black Label Society bassist James LoMenzo and entertainment lawyer Mark “Abba” Abbattista. You can follow Adam on Twitter at @heavymetalteddy. Welcome to the latest edition of the Amazing Race 21 recap – […]

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Metal By Numbers 10/11: Let Me Axe You Something

Posted by on October 11, 2012

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Unless your band name starts with “M” and you’re from the UK, you probably weren’t seeing the top album sales for this week. That being said, we have sales from a British-Canadian supergroup and […]

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Metal By Numbers 10/3: As I Lay Dying Are Killing

Posted by on October 3, 2012

It’s a nice start for As I Lay Dying’s sixth album, although it’s their first album since 2005 to not debut in the top ten. In other news, with Mumford and Sons selling 600,000 copies of their sophomore album this week to have this year’s biggest debut, you might want to think about dusting off […]

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New & Noteworthy 9/18: Three Suns And One Star

Posted by on September 18, 2012

The idea of a multi-part album cycle or EP series is not new in the metal world. Bands have been engaging in such concepts for decades, even becoming well-known exactly for that reason. Hell, there are even some bands whose entire discography is portrayed as chapters within an overarching series. So is it really a […]

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Becoming The Archetype Bend Time With New Song

Posted by on August 22, 2012

It’s only been a little over a year since Becoming The Archetype’s last album, the pretty awesome Celestial Completion. However, with a new rhythm section in place (former In This Hour bassist Codey Watkins and former Dear Lovely drummer Chris Heaton), the band have already recorded a new album. I Am will be out on September 18, […]

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Cornerstone Festival Shutting Down After This Year

Posted by on May 16, 2012

When hearing the term “Christian Music Festival,” most metal fans’ initial reaction is to run away. Over the past few years, though, the Cornerstone Festival has had a heavy dose of Christian metal and hardcore bands on its bill. However, that’s about to change since the Christian music and arts festival has announced that this […]

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(Not That) New & Noteworthy: Chris Colgan’s Top 10 Albums Of 2011

Posted by on December 20, 2011

Here we are again, at the end of another year, and a list has to be made. And what do I do? I spend so much time deliberating and being indecisive that I’m late sending it in. Apologies to my MetalInsider colleagues for my lack of expediency. That said, this year was a great year […]

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New & Noteworthy, December 6: Wonder What’s Next

Posted by on December 6, 2011

We’re officially in the holiday season now. Stores are lined with decorations, shoppers are obsessively searching for the best deals, and everywhere you go, the holiday music abounds. Surprisingly, the holiday metal releases thus far have been few and far between. This is a far cry from the past couple of years, which saw anthology […]

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