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Interview: Emmure’s Frankie Palmeri talks new lineup, Limp Bizkit, dating porn stars

Posted by on March 13, 2017

Emmure have been bringing the mosh for the better part of the last 10 years. Their singer Frankie Palmeri has been in the metal news headlines for a slew of reasons over the course of that time, but in addition to being polarizing with his comments and activities he has also been productive, releasing 7 […]

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Emmure return with new track from new lineup

Posted by on October 13, 2016

As  middle-aged as metal is, deathcore is still a relatively new subgenre, with it really only having taken off as a known classification in the past decade or so. Emmure certainly qualifies as deathcore, but then again, with Frankie Palmeri more or less overhauling the band with members of The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza and […]

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Emmure announce new lineup

Posted by on April 25, 2016

One of the most sudden lineup changes in the past few months was Emmure losing, well, everyone in the band except for singer Frankie Palmeri. Palmeri promised to return as Emmure with a new lineup and we’ve been wondering who would want to join a band with him and it seems like he found a […]

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Former Emmure members detail reasons for split, discuss new band

Posted by on December 23, 2015

Yesterday, we suddenly found out every member of Emmure, except for singer Frankie Palmeri, had left the band and not much was revealed as of why they decided to bail on Palmeri to form their own project but considering they thanked everyone but their singer for the time and effort put on the band, we can assume […]

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Emmure members quit, Frankie Palmeri to continue with band

Posted by on December 22, 2015

According to a report from Lambgoat, all members of Emmure Mark Davis (bass), Jesse Ketive (lead guitar),Mike Mulholland (rhythm guitar), and Adam Pierce (drums) have quit the band, leaving frontman Frankie Palmeri. The statement from Davis to Lambgoat reads as follows: “As some of you may or may not have heard, Jesse, Mikael, Adam, and myself are […]

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Emmure singer taking a break, band still touring

Posted by on March 2, 2015

Last week, Emmure vocalist Frankie Palmeri had to take a night off from performing because his vocal cords were torn. Only a week into the tour, which also included Suicide Silence, he vowed to return to the stage, which he did the following night. However, that was only temporary, as he’s been advised to take two […]

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Emmure, Jamey Jasta don’t approve of Upon A Burning Body’s stunt

Posted by on August 25, 2014

Both the metal blogosphere and the owner of Upon a Burning Body’s label got up in arms about frontman Danny Leal’s disappearing stunt. And while the band at first didn’t address it at all, and then seemed relatively unapologetic about it, none of that seems to have mattered, as the band garnered the best debut […]

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Emmure pulls another T-shirt design from online store

Posted by on April 30, 2014

Emmure seem like less a band than they are a creation of the music industry designed to stir up controversy. And yet Frankie Palmeri and friends continue to do it and metal blogs (this one included, obviously) continue to write about them. The latest involves another T-shirt design from Frankie. If you’ll remember, his Cold […]

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Emmure are ‘Like LaMotta’ in new video

Posted by on April 7, 2014

Last we spoke about Emmure, they were suggesting bringing guns to school. For the first video from their forthcoming album, Eternal Enemies, they’re suggesting punching instead. Not that there’s any pugilism in the video, but it’s presumably about boxer Jake LaMotta, the subject of Martin Scorcese’s Raging Bull. It also serves as a tourism ad for Queens, […]

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Here are the lyrics to Emmure’s ‘Bring a Gun to School’

Posted by on April 1, 2014

We’ve written about “Bring a Gun to School,” the song that kicks off Emmure’s forthcoming 7th album, before. Since that happened, the band has retitled the song, with the more palatable title “(Untitled).” That’s a bit too late, since every one of Emmure’s fans will likely call it “Bring a Gun to School,” and the damage is done. […]

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