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Body Count have begun tracking for new album “Carnivore”

Posted by on April 9, 2019

The legendary Body Count have kept their promise as they’ve officially begun writing and recording their follow up to 2017’s Bloodlust. Ice T has revealed their new album will be titled Carnivore as the frontman expressed via Twitter, with the following: https://twitter.com/finallevel/status/1115359153134948352?s=21

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Body Count to record new album ‘Carnivore’ in September

Posted by on May 21, 2018

During this past weekend’s Rock on the Range festival, Loudwire caught up with Body Count’s Ice-T. The frontman revealed the group are already planning on working on the follow-up to 2017’s Bloodlust as he announced the current title for their overall seventh album will be Carnivore. He commented: “Body Count is gonna do a new […]

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Interview: Madball’s Freddy Cricien on new album, collaborating, his influences

Posted by on April 13, 2018

Maybe it really is something in the water that makes New York pizza better and its Hardcore bands just a bit harder than other scenes. Madball have been at the forefront of this legendary scene since they burst onto it in the early 90’s. Originally conceived as an Agnostic Front side project for AF vocalist […]

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Body Count unleash new video, “Here I Go Again”

Posted by on June 21, 2017

Body Count unleashed a new brutal-semi NSFW video for “Here I Go Again,” taken from their latest album Bloodlust, which was released this past March via Century Media Records. The video is arguably the group’s goriest video to date. Frontman Ice-T described it as: “The lyrics to this song really demanded a horror based concept, […]

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Body Count’s Ernie C. talks ‘Bloodlust,’ bonding with Randy Blythe

Posted by on April 4, 2017

Don’t call it a comeback, but when Body Count released the album Manslaughter in 2014, the metal community warmly embraced the metal crossover group, whose frontman Ice-T is is better known to the current generation as an actor on Law and Order: SVU, a show that in one more season will become the longest running drama in television […]

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Ice-T says Bill Paxton stage dove at a Body Count show

Posted by on March 30, 2017

Having been a pot dealer, member of the US Army and an alleged pimp and criminal before finding success as a gangster rapper and later on as an actor, it’s safe to say Ice-T has seen some shit. However, in an interview with Metal Injection, he describes one of the strangest things he’s witnessed – […]

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Body Count take on police brutality with “Black Hoodie”

Posted by on March 24, 2017

In the beginning of “Black Hoodie,” another song from Body Count’s forthcoming Bloodlust, Ice-T says he’s been talking about police brutality for over 20 years. That’s the truth, given that he was rapping about it even before he formed Body Count. However, with the Trayvon Martin case kicking off a highly-publicized and unfortunate string of unarmed […]

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Ice-T gives props to college metal radio station WSOU in interview

Posted by on March 15, 2017

When you hear people, specifically those that like metal, discuss where they discover new music, radio is almost never where they find out about. The internet’s a great equalizer, as are websites like this one. However, South Orange, NJ college radio station WSOU isn’t just any station. The relatively small college station at a Catholic […]

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Ice-T previews new Body Count album Bloodlust

Posted by on March 1, 2017

  Ice-T continues to excite us on the new Body Count album Bloodlust out March 31 via Century Media. That the guest appearances include Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine, Soulfly’s Max Cavalera, and Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe our interest was further peaked. A few weeks ago we heard the new song “No Lives Matter” in a new video, and now […]

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Ice-T calls Donald Trump the “ultimate con artist”

Posted by on February 21, 2017

With Body Count having released “No Lives Matter”last Friday, the promo push for Bloodlust (out on 3/31 on Century Media) is on. That means Ice-T is doing interviews, and he doesn’t mind being provocative. If you’ll remember, Body Count’s first album had everyone from police commissioners to President George Bush denouncing “Cop Killer,” which ultimately got […]

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