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Tag Archives: Danzig

Ten metal reunions we’d love to see but probably never will

Posted by on January 31, 2019

We might already be a month in to 2019, and this year has been peppered with great news on upcoming tours, but there’s still a good 10+ months to give metal fans what they’ve been salivating for. Here’s our Top 10 reunions we’d like to see: 10) Deicide – 1989-2004 lineup   Glen Benton – […]

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Guitarist Todd Youth has passed away

Posted by on October 27, 2018

According to multiple reports, Todd Youth, who’s played in Warzone, Agnostic Front, Danzig, D-Generation and Fireburn, has died. He was 47. No cause of death has been named, but Youth’s Fireburn bandmate Ras Israel Joseph (formerly of Bad Brains)I broke the news on his Facebook page: On the passing of my friend, and my Brother […]

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Ryan Adams: Melvins led to Mandy Moore divorce

Posted by on October 12, 2018

Many in the indie rock world are familiar with Ryan Adams. The New York singer-songwriter who apparently got The Strokes into heroin was married to actress and former pop star Mandy Moore from 2009 to 2015. And while the most popular album Adams has had in years was a song for song cover of Taylor Swift’s 1989 […]

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John Christ on Danzig: “That Was a Magical Time We Were Together”

Posted by on April 5, 2018

Today we have Part II of my interview with John Christ. You can find Part I here. I asked John about leaving the band and his feelings about the current lineup. John states, “Tommy Victor… you know… he did Glenn a huge favor when I left. He stepped into a huge spot. He didn’t try […]

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Metal Insider Catches Up with John Christ: Part I

Posted by on March 29, 2018

John Christ and I share many things in common. We both live and work near the Maryland/Pennsylvania border. Our wives both work with animals. We both teach college students. Both of us love Judas Priest. John Christ is one of the greatest metal guitar players of all time….I’m….. ok… so we’ll stop with the similarities […]

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Danzig to play ‘Danzig III: How the Gods Kill’ in its entirety at Psycho Las Vegas

Posted by on March 27, 2018

Danzig has been added to this year’s already killer Psycho Las Vegas lineup. This August, the metal icon will perform his third studio album, 1992’s Danzig III: How the Gods Kill, in its entirety. It will be the only performance of this record in the US this year. The event runs from August 17th-19th, and […]

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John Christ: I Am Ready to Play with Danzig Again

Posted by on March 22, 2018

As I wrote about a few months back, I have a strong admiration for Danzig.  I’ve seen Danzig so many times and I have played Danzig I – IV, literally, thousands of times since they were released.  With that, I was truly honored to meet one of metal’s greatest guitarists, John Christ Knoll, who gave […]

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Danzig hints at 30th Anniversary tour dates

Posted by on January 8, 2018

It’s hard to believe that we’ve been screaming “Mother” for thirty years. The iconic tune debuted back in 1988, which was taken from Danzig’s self-titled debut album. Glenn Danzig has also noticed this special anniversary, and over this past weekend, he shared via social media that he plans on celebrating 30 years of Danzig this […]

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Danzig is 100% right in banning cell phones from concerts

Posted by on December 19, 2017

Is there anyone in metal who gets more unbridled disdain on social media than Glenn Danzig? Short of the egotistical capitalist parading as socialist Tom “Do you know who I am?!” Morello, I don’t think there is. And granted Danzig says some absurd statements, produces some campy videos and gives us some truly cringe-worthy moments, […]

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Recap: Riot Fest delivers once again

Posted by on September 20, 2017

As Riot Fest wraps up for another year, the Chicago based festival once again provided one of the strongest and most diverse festivals around. With headliners like Nine Inch Nails, Queens of The Stone Age, Jawbreaker, Prophets of Rage, Gogol Bordello, A Day To Remember, At The Drive In, and Bad Brains, Riot Fest had […]

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