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Tag Archives: Dave Lombardo

Listen to a new Dead Cross song as Mike Patton, Dave Lombardo talk album

Posted by on May 4, 2017

Dead Cross was already an exciting band, and that was even before Mike Patton joined them Now with the band’s debut self-titled album coming out on August 4th, the band have not only premiered a new song, “Grave Slave” via Rolling Stone, but chatted about how the album came about. It turns out that drummer […]

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Dead Cross post first song with new singer Mike Patton

Posted by on March 19, 2017

We’ve been looking forward to hearing Dead Cross since we first heard about Dave Lombardo forming a band with members of The Locust. We even got to hear a song, “We’ll Sleep When They’re Dead,” from the band. Then Retox’s Gabe Serbian left the band and was replaced by Mike Patton and we got really […]

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Mike Patton joins Dave Lombardo’s Dead Cross; album next year

Posted by on December 12, 2016

If you tune into Late Night With Seth Meyers this week, you’ll get a chance to see one of the best drummers in metal, as Dave Lombardo sits in on the kit. That’s not the only Lombardo news, however. As of today, his band Dead Cross, which features The Locust and Retox’s Justin Pearson, has a […]

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Megadeth stopping by ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers;’ Dave Lombardo drumming on show

Posted by on December 7, 2016

While we wouldn’t have necessarily thought it when it started, Late Night With Seth Meyers is quietly becoming the most metal-friendly place on network TV. Anthrax performed on the show earlier this year, and with band leader and drummer Fred Armisen spending time away from the show, it’s not unusual for the show to have guest […]

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Dead Cross named one of the best bands at Ozzfest Meets Knotfest despite them not playing

Posted by on September 29, 2016

If you went to last weekend’s Ozzfest Meets Knotfest, one of the highlights of the festival might have been seeing Dave Lombardo pounding the skins in one of his post-Slayer projects. By all accounts, he slayed it in Suicidal Tendencies, whose World Gone Mad album that he played on comes out tomorrow. If you went there […]

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Dave Lombardo is doing… something

Posted by on September 14, 2016

It’s not like he ever went away, but 2016 is turning out to be a hell of a comeback year for Dave Lombardo. The former Slayer drummer is not only filling in for the Misfits, but he’s also currently in Suicidal Tendencies. And maybe he’s not done yet. When the legendary drummer enters the studio, you […]

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Watch Misfits reunite at Denver Riot Fest

Posted by on September 5, 2016

33 years in the making, last nights Riot Fest in Denver closed out with the historic reunion of Misfits with Glenn Danzig, Jerry Only, Wolfgang Doyle von Frankenstein, with former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo hitting the skins. The 25-song set touched on the band’s entire original 1977-1983 catalog, with video showing the audience enthusiastically singing […]

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It’s official: Dave Lombardo is drumming for Misfits reunion shows

Posted by on August 29, 2016

It was a little over a month ago when former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo was moved the the top of the list of rumored drummers for The Misfits’ reunion shows at the Riot Fests. With the first of the two shows coming this weekend, they were going to eventually have to name someone, and indeed, Lombardo will […]

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Suicidal Tendencies Clap like Ozzy with Dave Lombardo

Posted by on August 5, 2016

It’s been a few weeks since we got confirmation about drummer master Dave Lombardo taking part of Suicidal Tendencies recording session of their new studio album World Gone Mad. We already heard how Suicidal Tendencies sound with Lombardo on the kit and we can’t stress enough how much sense it makes and now, we can get a […]

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Rumor alert: Will Dave Lombardo play with Misfits for their reunion?

Posted by on July 21, 2016

When Misfits announced earlier this year that they would be burying the hatchet and playing both Riot Fests, pretty much anyone that’s listened to punk or metal for the last 30 years lost their shit. Glenn Danzig, Jerry Only and Wolfgang Doyle von Frankenstein hadn’t played together since 1983, and it seemed like the only […]

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