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Dave Lombardo no longer in PHILM

Posted by on January 12, 2016

Dave Lombardo is one of the best-known drummers ever, thanks to his two tenures in Slayer. He’s such a well-known drummer that even his subsequent band PHILM was well known for, well, for having former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo in the band. Now they no longer have that honor. On recent podcast ‘Let There Be […]

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Dave Lombardo joins new hardcore punk band with Retox, The Locust members

Posted by on November 20, 2015

Dave Lombardo is a living legend among metalheads, not only for his exceptional drumming and his contributions to Slayer for all the years he was in the band, but because he’s one of the busiest drummers in the industry. After the most recent split with Slayer, Lombardo focused his attention to his other project PHILM and […]

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Another Philm (Dave Lombardo) track streaming

Posted by on September 17, 2014

While Philm’s second album, Fire From the Evening Sun, is in stores now, the band, which features Dave Lombardo on drums, is streaming  the song “Train” from the album on Drum Magazine.

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New & Noteworthy, September 16th – Rabid

Posted by on September 16, 2014

After last week’s short release list, we get a veritable swarm of new albums today. No time for synopsis – let’s just dive in!   Cannibal Corpse, A Skeletal Domain (Metal Blade) On album number thirteen, Cannibal Corpse is still delivering the most gruesome, gore-spattered death metal this side of an autopsy table. However, it’s the […]

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Philm unleash “Fire From The Evening Sun” from new album

Posted by on September 9, 2014

The title track of Philm’s second studio album, Fire From The Evening Sun, is streaming now at LoudWire, and it’s a beast. Drummer Dave Lombardo says the song is a, “strong example of the bands ability to crush the stale norms.” We won’t argue! Continues Lombardo: “You can feel the fearlessness of moving forward, the […]

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Dave Lombardo on Slayer: “I won’t ever be going back”

Posted by on August 28, 2014

While there’s one obvious reason why there won’t ever be a Slayer reunion, it’s becoming increasigly obvious that Dave Lombardo is in no hurry to return to the band. Ousted last year over bringing up finances, Lombardo seems to be perfectly happy playing with his new band Philm, who have an album coming out on […]

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Dave Lombardo’s band PHILM to release new album in September

Posted by on July 29, 2014

It’s fair to say that in the court of public opinion, at least, that Dave Lombardo got the short end of the stick when he and Slayer parted ways.  However, he appears to be moving on, and is ready to release another album from his band PHILM. A trailer for the trio’s sophomore album, Fire From the […]

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Dave Lombardo joins Amen

Posted by on June 11, 2014

Besides his own band Philm, which has only released one album in 2012, and performing on the track “Obsessed” from Sepultura’s most recent album, we really haven’t gotten many updates on what ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo has been up to musically lately. We know that he’s performed with the Golden State Pops, and also will be […]

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Dave Lombardo plays with the Golden State Pops

Posted by on November 12, 2013

It’s been less than a year since Dave Lombardo was unceremoniously dumped from Slayer after questioning their business practices. And while Slayer continues on with 50% original members, it’s not like Dave is jonesing for work. He played a bit on the new Sepultura album, and in addition to his own band Philm, he recently […]

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Video: Members Of Slayer And Exodus Perform Black Sabbath Cover

Posted by on September 11, 2012

This past Sunday night (September 9), Slayer’s Dave Lombardo performed at Dingbatz in Clifton, NJ. Opening the show was Generation Kill, which features Exodus frontman Rob Dukes. So it shouldn’t come as too surprising to learn that Dukes joined the Slayer drummer’s side project onstage to cover Black Sabbath’s “Symptom Of The Universe.” Nonetheless, it’s […]

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