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Metal Insider’s Top 30 Albums to (hopefully) look forward to in 2020

Posted by on January 8, 2020

  While some of these bands already have a release date set, we went ahead in hopes of seeing new albums from the following twenty-seven artists will arrive before the year ends.    30) The Night Flight Orchestra   It’s official! The Night Flight Orchestra will release their new album Aeromantic on February 28th via […]

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Metal Insider’s 225 Best Metal Albums of the Decade (2010-2019)

Posted by on December 16, 2019

As each year approaches its end, we share our year-end lists highlighting the best of the best of the year. However, we were taken aback, realizing that not only will 2020 mark a new year, it also marks a brand new decade. It’s true what they say; time flies when you’re having fun, listening to […]

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Dead Cross recording sophomore album

Posted by on December 5, 2019

Dead Cross, the supergroup featuring Mike Patton (Faith No More/Mr. Bungle), Dave Lombardo (Suicidal Tendencies, ex- Slayer), Justin Pearson (The Locust, Retox), and Michael Crain (Retox), have officially entered the studio. The band has once again teamed up with producer Ross Robinson (KoRn/Slipknot) to work on the follow-up to their 2017 self-titled debut. Dead Cross’ […]

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Michael Crain (Dead Cross, etc.) diagnosed with cancer, GoFundMe page launched

Posted by on September 12, 2019

Michael Crain (Dead Cross, Retox, Cunts) has been diagnosed with cancer known as Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC). He’s been undergoing treatment as he’s already had surgery to remove a Bronchial Cyst as well as going through biopsies and multiple tests. Mike’s next step will be radiation therapy coupled with chemotherapy, which is scheduled to begin […]

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Holy Shit – Mike Patton is singing the National Anthem tomorrow at the Rams/Cowboys game!

Posted by on January 11, 2019

We were just closing down shop for the weekend at Metal Insider when we got some late breaking news that is a phenomenal way to kick off your Friday afternoon/night – Mike Patton will be singing the National Anthem at tomorrow’s Rams/Cowboys NFC finals game! The Faith No More/Dead Cross/Tomahawk/everything-else-cool vocalist has one of the […]

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Dead Cross premiere “Church of the Motherfuckers (Planet B Remix)” Music Video

Posted by on August 2, 2018

Dead Cross have premiered a video for the song “Church of the Motherfuckers (Planet B Remix).” The track is taken from their self-titled EP, which was released this past May via Ipecac Recordings (order here). Check out the video below:

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Metal By Numbers 7/18: DevilDriver are outlaws on the charts

Posted by on July 18, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. I know that country is usually regarded with disdain, and in the case of modern country there’s good reason for that. Bo Burnham pretty much hit the nail on the head regarding why it’s […]

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Mike Patton streaming haunting new song “Dead Woman’s Secrets”

Posted by on July 18, 2018

This Friday (20th), Mike Patton’s expanded score for last year’s Netflix adaptation of Stephen King’s novella 1922 will arrive via his own Ipecac label. The film was directed by Zak Hilditch as it tells a story of a man confessing to his wife’s murder and is later convinced she is haunting him. The Faith No […]

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Metal By Numbers 7/11: The gravity of album sales

Posted by on July 11, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. The list of debuts this week isn’t as lengthy compared to previous editions, but the coming weeks will see big names like Immortal, Between the Buried and Me (for the second time this year!), […]

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Download Festival 2018: Recap and Photos

Posted by on June 14, 2018

As the Download festival at Donington Park concluded this past weekend, it proved to be one of their biggest and best years yet. Featuring headliners of Avenged Sevenfold, Guns n’ Roses, and Ozzy Osbourne, only proved there were no shortage of great bands on the bill. Many acts did overlap or had conflicting time slots […]

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