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Coliseum’s van taken for unsuccessful joyride

Posted by on September 30, 2014

Coliseum are currently recording their next album in Baltimore. That should be great for the band, but it’s not as great for their van. Unfortunately, it was stolen last night from outside the studio where they’re recording, making it a whole half block before crashing into another van (the one pictured). The band posted the […]

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Gene Simmons to launch new reality show

Posted by on September 15, 2014

While KISS is still touring and releasing albums, Gene Simmons is continuing to build his reality show empire. In addition to his Family Jewels show that ran for seven years and 4th and Loud, a new series about the LA KISS arena football team, he’s got another show, Coliseum, in the works. Not surprisingly, it seems a little […]

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Baroness Join Coliseum For Cover of Danzig’s ‘Am I Demon’

Posted by on June 18, 2013

On Saturday, June 15, Baroness guitarists John Baizley and Pete Adams made a guest appearance on-stage with punk/hardcore band Coliseum to cover Danzig’s “Am I Demon” in Huntington, WV. The occasion marked the last night of Baroness’s US summer tour, which is their first headlining tour since their bus crash last year which injured many […]

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Orion 2013, Day Zero: Baroness Start Things Off

Posted by on June 8, 2013

It’s not even the start of the Orion Fest yet, but I’ve already came within five feet of James Hetfield. Let me back up a little. I’m in Detroit for the second time ever, and still trying to get a feel for the city. I’m several blocks away from my hotel at the St. Andrews […]

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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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New & Noteworthy, April 30th: In The Arms Of Rain

Posted by on April 30, 2013

As promised, this week is full of melodic death metal albums, and the list is being led off by a gothic metal giant from Finland. While HIM may not necessarily be a metal band in the strictest sense, they’re still one of the most popular rock acts in the world, and we’re always happy to […]

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Baroness Spring Tour Dates Revealed

Posted by on April 1, 2013

We knew it was a matter of time before Baroness started to tour again. John Baizley’s solo acoustic set at SXSW proved that he was more than capable of playing onstage, and even in his post confirming the band’s lineup changes, Baizley said that he and Peter Adams had found replacements. And while those replacements […]

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Even If It Wasn’t A Slow News Day, We’d Be Psyched For New Coliseum

Posted by on January 18, 2013

While we’ve dug Coliseum for a while now, their last full length, 2010’s House With a Curse knocked it out of the park. It hit our sweet spot of heaviness and Amphetamine Reptile-inspired really loud indie rock. The Louisville trio will be releasing their fourth full length, Sister Faith, on Temporary Residence on April 30. The album […]

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Unsigned & Streamed: Zombies And Diamonds

Posted by on May 30, 2012

Why should major label bands be the only ones who get love? Unsigned & Streamed is a column where we stream a song from an unsigned band we at Metal Insider really dig. This week, we’re proud to be showcasing Zombies And Diamonds from La Vega Baja (Alicante, Southeast Spain). The group started off as a power trio […]

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New & Noteworthy, November 15th – King of Those Who Know

Posted by on November 15, 2011

Within each metal subgenre, whether obscure or mainstream, there are certain bands that are considered essential. In order to call yourself a fan or follower of that subgenre, you must like the essential band or bands, or else other fans won’t recognize you as a true fan. Some call this tendency elitist, and I agree […]

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