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Tag Archives: Doc Coyle

Randy Blythe talks book, clean singing

Posted by on July 6, 2015

With a new Lamb of God album and a book, Dark Days, coming out later this month, Randy Blythe is kicking the hype machine into overdrive.  A few months ago he opened his own art exhibit, Show Me What You’re Made Of in New York. His band has also released a few singles, including “Overlord”, which features Blythe’s clean singing for […]

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Meytal live band features some familiar faces

Posted by on February 2, 2015

After years of Meytal Cohen posting her drumming videos to YouTube, she’s finally got a full band around her. The group, simple titled Meytal, just played their first-ever show at LA’s Whisky A Go Go, and most metal heads will appreciate the line-up. Doc Coyle, formerly of God Forbid, and Travis Montgomery from Threat Signal, form the two-guitar attack, while Concordia vocalist Eric Emery is […]

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God Forbid’s Doc Coyle to play with The Killing Lights

Posted by on September 12, 2014

When God Forbid broke up in 2012, guitarist Doc Coyle still remained a New York fixture, bartending at Brooklyn metal institution Duffs and showing face at concerts, bars and industry events.  Then earlier this year, he packed up and moved to Los Angeles. And while we haven’t heard much about his musical output since he moved out […]

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God Forbid’s Doc Coyle comments on recent metal band breakups

Posted by on September 9, 2014

Doc Coyle, the co-founding guitarist of New Jersey’s now-deceased God Forbid, shared his thoughts on the recent break-ups of Bleeding Through, Shadows Fall, and recently Chimaira via his Rebel Noise blog. He includes God Forbid in what he calls the “Big 4 of Quitters,” a tongue in cheek reference to these once mighty metal bands calling it […]

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The metal community reacts to Dave Brockie’s passing

Posted by on March 24, 2014

With the news of Oderus’ aka Dave Brockie’s death, there have been many different reactions from metal bands, musicians, and celebrities all across the internet. We’ve compiled a few of the many tributes:         Mark Morton (Lamb of God): I’m so lucky to have known Dave Brockie. Godspeed my friend. We love you. […]

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Doc Coyle to fill in on bass for Unearth on tour

Posted by on September 25, 2013

Doc Coyle continues to keep himself busy post-God Forbid. The guitarist announced today that he will be filling in for bassist John “Slo” Maggard on Unearth’s upcoming tour with Sepultura, Kataklysm, Dark Sermon, Scar The Martyr and Anciients. In a post on his website, Coyle got a little sentimental  regarding the gigs he would be performing […]

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God Forbid Break Up Following Doc Coyle’s Departure

Posted by on August 16, 2013

Earlier this evening, Doc Coyle revealed that he was leaving God Forbid, the group he helped co-found. Shortly after the guitarist’s announcement, the rest of God Forbid came out to confirm that this marked the end of the band. Coyle gave the following in-depth explanation via a posting on his website: “I am sorry to […]

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God Forbid’s Doc Coyle Talks Cover Band ‘Paradise City’

Posted by on July 15, 2013

In between his constant presence at metal shows and bartending shifts at Brookly metal bar Duffs, God Forbid guitarist Doc Coyle is a fixture in and around New York City. Now metal fans in the area will have another opportunity to see him, along with his fellow God Forbid guitarist Matt Wicklund in a new […]

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God Forbid Guitarist Doc Coyle’s Top 5: Zombie Films; Win Tickets To Blood Manor!

Posted by on October 1, 2012

It’s now officially October, which means that Halloween, horror movies, haunted houses, and other scary stuff is just around the corner. In fact, this Sunday (October 7), as part of the opening weekend of long-running NYC haunted attraction Blood Manor, God Forbid guitarist Doc Coyle will be roaming the halls of the manor as a […]

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Philip Labonte Calls Tom Morello A Communist In Response To His Op-Ed On Paul Ryan

Posted by on August 22, 2012

By now, most people have likely read Tom Morello’s Rolling Stone op-ed regarding Republican Vice Presidential hopeful Paul Ryan. In case you didn’t, the guitarist responded to Ryan citing Rage Against The Machine as one of his favorite bands (yeah, we were surprised to hear that as well). And to say the least, he wasn’t […]

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