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Tag Archives: Retox

Photos: Dead Cross and Secret Chiefs 3 take Manhattan, Brooklyn

Posted by on September 20, 2017

What could be better for a Mike Patton fan than seeing Dead Cross, his latest project with members of Retox and drummer extraordinaire Dave Lombardo? How about having Secret Cheifs 3, featuring his Mr. Bungle bandmate Trey Spruance open? If you’re down with the above and lived in the New York area, you had two […]

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Dead Cross post first song with new singer Mike Patton

Posted by on March 19, 2017

We’ve been looking forward to hearing Dead Cross since we first heard about Dave Lombardo forming a band with members of The Locust. We even got to hear a song, “We’ll Sleep When They’re Dead,” from the band. Then Retox’s Gabe Serbian left the band and was replaced by Mike Patton and we got really […]

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Mike Patton joins Dave Lombardo’s Dead Cross; album next year

Posted by on December 12, 2016

If you tune into Late Night With Seth Meyers this week, you’ll get a chance to see one of the best drummers in metal, as Dave Lombardo sits in on the kit. That’s not the only Lombardo news, however. As of today, his band Dead Cross, which features The Locust and Retox’s Justin Pearson, has a […]

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Dave Lombardo’s Dead Cross might be heavier than Slayer

Posted by on March 18, 2016

Okay, maybe “We’ll Sleep When They’re Dead” isn’t quite as groundbreaking as Slayer, but the first taste we’re hearing of Dead Cross is certainly as aggressive as anything they’ve done, and in a different way. Produced by Ross Robinson, the project came about when Lombardo booked studio time with Robinson just before Philm, who he’d been […]

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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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You can’t beat the new Retox video

Posted by on January 6, 2015

If Greg Puciato from The Dillinger Escape Plan was chasing you with a baseball bat, you’d probably want to run. That’s the premise of “Let’s Not Keep  In Touch,” the new video from Retox, which premiered on Noisey today. In the video, which is taken from their forthcoming album, Beneath California, a man is chased through […]

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Photos: The Dillinger Escape Plan kick off tour at New York City’s Webster Hall, 4/3/14

Posted by on April 7, 2014

The Dillinger Escape Plan have always put on a phenomenal live show, and were one of the highlights of last year’s Summer Slaughter tour. However, they hadn’t properly headlined a U.S. tour since last year’s One of us is the Killer was released. Until last week, when their tour kicked off at Manhattan’s Webster Hall. Shining […]

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The Dillinger Escape Plan releasing new song…on 7″ and cassette only during tour

Posted by on March 25, 2014

If your life needs more of The Dillinger Escape Plan, you’ll be both excited and then maybe not as excited. The band will be releasing a new song called “Happiness is a Smile” in a manner fans aren’t accustomed to nowadays. The following was posted to the band’s Facebook: Surprise! We have a brand new song! “Happiness […]

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The Dillinger Escape Plan Headlining Tour With Trash Talk, Retox, and Shining

Posted by on January 21, 2014

In case you didn’t get enough tour announcements for the day, here’s another. The Dillinger Escape Plan announced a tour today on their Facebook page in April featuring the likes of Trash Talk, Retox, and Shining. It’s a nice mix of bands, particularly Shining who are pretty much the odd band out on the bill. […]

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New & Noteworthy May 28: When The Sun Rose Again

Posted by on May 28, 2013

The improbable return of Alice in Chains on 2009’s Black Gives Way to Blue remains one of the best comeback stories in rock and metal’s history. So many bands in the past have disbanded after a member passes away, and who can blame them? With such loss and pain lingering in both their personal and […]

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