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Manilla Road founding guitarist/vocalist Mark “The Shark” Shelton passes away

Posted by on July 27, 2018

Death has struck the metal world once again and we are saddened to report Manilla Road founding guitarist/vocalist Mark “The Shark” Shelton has passed away at 60. A gofundme page has been created to help pay for medical and funeral expenses. We do not know the details about his death. The group’s lead vocalist Bryan […]

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Maryland Deathfest XI Confirms Final Lineup – And It’s Ridiculous

Posted by on October 9, 2012

As one of the biggest metal festivals in America, Maryland Deathfest has had some ridiculously huge names on its roster over the past 10 years.  But for Maryland Deathfest XI, the awesome quotient has been upped. MDF XI’s organizers confirmed the final lineup today, spread out between Baltimore Soundstage and the former Sonar compound, and […]

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Maryland Deathfest Gets Even Better With Addition Of Bolt Thrower

Posted by on September 20, 2012

It’s not even Halloween yet, but we already know what some of you are going to be up to Memorial Day Weekend in 2013. The Maryland Deathfest has quickly become a must-attend festival, getting acts to fly in and make some of their only U.S. appearances or lining up amazing reunions alongside some of the […]

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Carcass, Venom, Pentagram Confirmed For Maryland Deathfest XI

Posted by on July 20, 2012

It’s been less than two months since this year’s Maryland Deathfest was held. Yet now we already know the first sixteen bands confirmed for the eleventh edition of the festival. And even though there are still many other acts left to be confirmed, the fest has already raised the bar pretty high. Among the first […]

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New & Noteworthy, July 19th – The Ballad of the Nameless

Posted by on July 19, 2011

It’s easy to remember the bands from the ’90s and early 2000s that made waves back when CD sales were still high and chart positions were more competitive. But what about the bands that were on the second tier? These names are often forgotten, left to the back pages of history books and the dusty […]

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