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Paradise Lost are almost done with new album

Posted by on October 17, 2019

Paradise Lost has announced that they were almost done writing their new album. For this record, they will once again be working with Jamie Gomez at Orgone Studios. Not much has been revealed but the band encourages following their Instagram account for further updates. As a few of you may have already heard; we are […]

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Five studio updates we heard this week – 8/30/19

Posted by on August 30, 2019

While today is heavily focused on Tool’s first album in thirteen years with Fear Inoculum (read our review here), we’ve heard at least five studio updates this week. Unfortunately, none of these involve another new Tool album. In case you missed it, check out the album updates we heard last week here.   05) Epica share […]

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Interview: Paradise Lost drummer Waltteri Väyrynen on joining the band, ‘Medusa,’ and more

Posted by on October 22, 2018

Paradise Lost just concluded their North American tour on Saturday (20th) at the Glass House Concert Hall in Los Angeles, CA. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the UK doom/death pioneers were forced to cancel their final show on the 21st in San Francisco. Earlier this month, we spoke to drummer Waltteri Väyrynen during their NYC performance. […]

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Photos/Review: Paradise Lost celebrates 30th anniversary at NYC’s Gramercy Theatre 10/3/2018

Posted by on October 15, 2018

Paradise Lost are currently on their first North American tour in six years. Their return was not only a celebration of their latest effort with 2017’s Medusa via Nuclear Blast, but it also marks the commemoration of the death/doom pioneers 30th anniversary. Joining them during this celebratory trek were Iceland’s Solstafir and Chicago’s The Atlas […]

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Paradise Lost announces Fall North American Tour w/ Solstafir

Posted by on July 11, 2018

Paradise Lost have announced their return to North America after six long years by embarking on a headlining run in support of their latest effort Medusa. Iceland’s Solstafir and Chicago’s The Atlas Moth will be joining them on the entire trek, which officially makes this a tour you don’t want to miss. Tickets go on […]

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Metal Hammer reveal ‘100 Best Albums of 2017’

Posted by on December 15, 2017

Metal Hammer have unleashed their year-end list of 100 Best Albums of 2017 and this one, is filled with surprises. For starters, we were thrilled to see Vuur, the new project featuring ex-Gathering vocalist Anneke Van Giersbergen make the cut, as well as Battle Beast, Dragonforce, and Alice Cooper. However, it also includes Mastodon, Code […]

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Metal Insider contributor Zenae Zukowski’s Top Ten of 2017

Posted by on December 7, 2017

When 2017 began, I was overly excited to hear countless new albums from artists including Ensiferum, Myrkur, Chelsea Wolfe, Dying Fetus, Cannibal Corpse Iced Earth and, many more. Unfortunately, a multitude of these new releases by talented artists felt more as a contractual obligation instead of a brilliant creative execution. The overall production quality remained […]

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Rolling Stone reveal top 20 metal albums of 2017

Posted by on December 6, 2017

Code Orange’s Forever is one of the most consistent albums being featured on many year-end metal albums of 2017 lists. It’s Revolver’s favorite of the year, and Rolling Stone’s as well. It wasn’t too long ago that we saw artists such as Code Orange and Foo Fighters make it to Rolling Stone’s top fifty albums […]

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Metal by Numbers 10/4: Even Mastodon’s EPs sell

Posted by on October 4, 2017

  While we cover a solid handful of hard rock (like, y’know, Foo Fighters) along with the metal, there’s no reason for us to cover other types of rock that’s less guitar-driven. However, it should be noticed that the umbrella of “rock” has landed a solid amount of #1 albums this year. The Killers just […]

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Metal by Numbers 9/27: Foos, Nothing More, The Contortionist debut high

Posted by on September 28, 2017

There’s been some debate about whether or not we should include Foo Fighters in Metal by Numbers. Are they metal? No, and we’re pretty sure they’d be the first to tell you that. However, Dave Grohl was responsible for his solo project Probot, which featured everyone from Max Cavalera and Lee Dorrian to Wino and […]

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