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Body Count premiere new song “No Lives Matter”

Posted by on February 18, 2017

Last week we found out, Body Count are releasing the long anticipated album Bloodlust on March 31 via Century Media, featuring guest appearances from Randy Blythe (Lamb of God), Max Cavalera (Soulfly) and Dave Mustaine (Megadeth). We knew that they would premiere the new song “No Lives Matter” today, and thanks to Loudwire, the time has […]

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Body Count’s ‘Bloodlust’ cover art, track listing revealed

Posted by on February 7, 2017

While it’s listed as “currently unavailable,” a search for Body Count’s Bloodlust on Amazon reveals album artwork and a release date.  The album will be coming out on March 31st on Century Media. “No Lives Matter,” which Ice-T previewed while filming a video for the track, will be making it’s online debut next Friday (17). It […]

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Dave Mustaine to guest on Body Count album

Posted by on January 12, 2017

When you’re listening to the next Body Count album, Bloodlust, you might hear a guitar solo that sounds a little different than all the rest. That’s because Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine lent his guitar skills to a track on the forthcoming album. Theprp reports that Megadeth and Body Count may be touring together, so apparently the […]

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Listen to a snippet of a new Body Count song, “No Lives Matter”

Posted by on December 29, 2016

  Ice-T is now not only an elder statesman of rap, but also an elder statesman of hardcore. Next year will mark the 25th anniversary of the first Body Count album, which is kind of insane. Not that they’re resting on their laurels, though. After Body Count put out their first album in eight years, Manslaughter, […]

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New comedy film written/directed by, starring Sumerian Records owner

Posted by on February 7, 2015

Was anyone else unaware that, just as there is a Sumerian Records, there is also a Sumerian Films? Well, apparently, there is. And it appears to have produced it’s first feature, called What Now, starring, written, and directed by Sumerian Records (and, I guess, Sumerian Films) owner Ash Avildsen. In the trailer (seen above), Avildsen […]

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Ice-T and Body Count should be Institutionalized

Posted by on January 22, 2015

In 1983, Suicidal Tendencies wrote an anthem of disenfranchised suburbia on their first album. Anchored by Mike Muir’s speaking/ranting, the song is about a bored teen that gets committed to a mental institution by his parents. It’s a classic that can’t be improved upon. However, it can be updated, which Body Count did on last […]

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Video for Upon a Burning Body and Ice-T cover of ‘Turn Down For What’ released

Posted by on November 17, 2014

Whether you’re a fan of DJ Snake and Lil’ Jon or not, you’ve probably heard “Turn Down For What” if you listen to top 40 radio. Upon a Burning Body enlisted Ice-T to for their cover of it on the Punk Goes Pop 6 compilation, and they’ve just released the video for the song. Not surprisingly, […]

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We Came As Romans continue covering pop songs, this time Taylor Swift

Posted by on October 14, 2014

On their last tour, metalcore band We Came As Romans covered UK boy band The Wanted’s “Glad You Came,” with their live rendition of the song winding up on their DVD. We defended their choice of covering the song based on the fact that The Wanted’s backing band includes members of Thursday, Primitive Weapons and From […]

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Body Count’s Vincent Price talks new album, touring, GWAR

Posted by on August 27, 2014

Just before the release of their fifth album, Manslaughter, we had a chance to catch up with Body Count frontman and actor/rapper Ice-T. While he told us a lot about the album, the  band and the backlash the band’s gotten over the years, we also had the opportunity to catch up with Body Count’s bassist, […]

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Upon A Burning Body singer finally addresses disappearance stunt

Posted by on July 23, 2014

After Upon a Burning Body singer Danny Leal pulled a disappearing act at the beginning of the month, many had been waiting for the band to make a public apology, or at least address the publicity stunt. When the band started up at the Mayhem Fest later that week, Leal played dumb. Now, with the […]

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