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Tag Archives: Bruce Lamont

Video: Dillinger Escape Plan get Bruce Lamont, random dude assist at GWAR-B-Q

Posted by on August 22, 2016

If it seems like only yesterday we were raving about The Dillinger Escape Plan’s live show, that was actually earlier today. And if you were in attendance at the GWAR B-Q this past weekend, you got a chance to witness a once in a lifetime show. Granted, it might not have been everything fans expected. […]

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Neurosis to play 30th anniversary shows

Posted by on November 19, 2015

Post-metal masters Neurosis have been around for a while, and by ‘a while’ we mean 30 years. Some of you weren’t even born when these guys decided to revolutionize the metal genre and create a unique style of their own and become the influence of an infinity of bands out there. That much prestige needs […]

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Bloodiest guitarist jailed following fatal DUI accident

Posted by on August 28, 2014

Sean Patrick Riley, guitarist of Chicago experimental metal septet Bloodiest, has been charged with aggravated manslaughter following an accident this past weekend that killed a man. On Sunday (24) evening, Riley allegedly struck and killed a 55 year-old man, according to DNAInfo. Riley stayed on the scene after hitting the victim, who was taken to […]

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Watch Coliseum and Bruce Lamont Cover Eddie Money

Posted by on May 21, 2013

The A.V. Club, an offshoot of The Onion, is one of our favorite pop culture blogs. Along with no-bullshit reviews of TV, movies and video games, they also have original features like “Undercover,” where artists come in and cover one of 25 songs from a list. Last year, GWAR covered Kansas and Reggie Watts covered Van […]

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Metal Insider’s Top Five: Saxes In Metal

Posted by on September 17, 2012

The saxophone was basically the punchline of the ’80s. An instrument that was so “cool,” it became uncool. Sure, there were some solid songs that featured the instrument (well, if you can call “Baker Street” cool), and Clarence Clemons was pretty badass in his day, but by the ’80s, the instrument was pretty much relegated […]

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