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Tag Archives: Elvis Presley

Danzig’s Elvis Presley covers album gets release date

Posted by on February 28, 2020

Glenn Danzig’s long-awaited Elvis Presley covers album finally has a release date. Danzig Sings Elvis is set to hit shelves on April 17.  Danzig has been working on this album for a while, putting down vocals for songs any time he had the chance. He told Full Metal Jackie in a 2018 interview: “Every time […]

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Mutoid Man and High Waisted singer cover Elvis Presley for ‘Two Minutes to Late Night’

Posted by on March 21, 2017

Man, Two Minutes to Late Night needs to become a real show. It’s been about a year (June, actually) since the fake late night variety show from Mrs. Woman productions aired it’s 22 minute pilot, and they’ve been steadily putting out material since, from Misfits carpool karaoke to a comedy show in a mosh pit, it’s metal-centric, fun […]

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Rob Zombie inspired by Elvis for new video

Posted by on April 13, 2016

If you were ever wondering what Rob Zombie’s stance on marijuana is, he’s made it relatively clear by one of the song titles from his forthcoming The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser, which is coming out on April 29th on T-Boy/uME. The song, “In the Age of the Consecrated Vampire, We All Get […]

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As they get set to tour, Red Fang unveil Elvis Presley cover

Posted by on September 28, 2015

When you think of Portland stoner metallers Red Fang, Elvis Presley is probably the last artist you’d expect them to draw inspiration from. And you’d be right, but they covered his “Can’t Help Falling In Love” anyway. Well, actually, they did it by not really doing it, just throwing Elvis’ lyrics over a song they’d […]

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Ozzy, Judas Priest, Dream Theater on ‘Rock Band 4’

Posted by on July 14, 2015

When recapping the year in video games, 2015 will be known as the year guitar-based rhythm games came back. With both the Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises making their return to next gen systems with enough time for nostalgia to set in for the millions of people that were turned onto them nearly a decade ago, […]

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Glenn Danzig covers Black Sabbath, ZZ Top and more

Posted by on June 26, 2015

A few months ago, we had a chat with Prong’s frontman, Tommy Victor where we discussed about their upcoming release Songs from the Black Hole, an album of cover songs from the band’s influences and, as he has been working with Glenn Danzig in the studio as well, he mentioned about the recording process of the three […]

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Interview: Prong frontman Tommy Victor talks covers album, Danzig

Posted by on March 25, 2015

On March 31, Prong will be releasing Songs From the Black Hole, an album of cover songs from the band’s influences, including their take of tunes by Bad Brains, Sisters of Mercy, Killing Joke, Black Flag, Husker Du, Fugazi and more. When speaking to Tommy Victor about the 25th anniversary of Beg to Differ, we […]

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Glenn Danzig working on Elvis Presley covers EP

Posted by on August 18, 2014

Glenn Danzig has been known as the “Elvis of evil” for years, and now it looks like he’ll actually be acting on it. According to a post on his Facebook page, he’s working on an EP of covers of the King. Fittingly, he chose the anniversary of Elvis’ death to make the announcement. “So strange […]

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Red Fang offer playthrough video of “No Hope”

Posted by on March 6, 2014

Red Fang are a bunch of jokesters. You’ve seen them take on LARPers, their record label, and zombies, and for their latest video, they’ve taken on their own instruments. The band recently offered Gear Gods a playthrough of “No Hope,” and while the song sounds like guitar, bass, drums and vocals, it’s really a broom, […]

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Trivium’s Matt Heafy Performs Intimate Acoustic Set At Moscot Eyewear Store

Posted by on August 14, 2012

New York’s Moscot Eyewear designers gained some major metal cred this year with their ad campaign featuring some of metal’s big names. And last night (August 13), Moscot strengthened their bond with the genre by inviting Trivium frontman Matt Heafy to perform an intimate acoustic set in their NYC gallery. Space was limited for the show, […]

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