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The Damned Things tease some new damned music

Posted by on April 12, 2017

The Damned Things might not be top of mind for many music fans. The project was the turn of the decade supergroup featuring Anthrax’s Scott Ian and then-bandmate Rob Caggiano (now in Volbeat), with Fall Out Boy’s Joe Trohman on guitar and Andy Hurley and Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley and Josh Newton rounding […]

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Keith Buckley says new The Damned Things is in demo phase

Posted by on January 3, 2017

Late last year, fans of Every Time I Die, Anthrax and Fall Out Boy were excited to hear from FOB’s Andy Hurley that The Damned Things, a supergroup between members of all three bands that released one album, 2010’s Ironiclast, was recording an EP. In an interview with Alternative Press, singer Keith Buckley (also of Every […]

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Ranking AC/DC’s songs that say “rock” in them

Posted by on May 26, 2016

Tomorrow, comedian Jim Breuer will release his debut music album, Songs From the Garage, on Metal Blade Records. As we’ve mentioned before, the album, which was produced and features guitar from Volbeat/Anthrax guitarist Rob Caggiano, has now-former AC/DC vocalist and friend of Breuer Brian Johnson on two songs . Not surprisingly, both of the songs Johnson appears on […]

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Jim Breuer brings Brian Johnson out of semi-retirement on “Mr. Rock n Roll”

Posted by on May 17, 2016

Jim Breuer has been worshiping AC/DC since before he was on Saturday Night Live. Breuer’s spot-on imitation of the band’s former (?) vocalist Brian Johnson has been a staple of his stand-up set for years. But unlike mere mortals, the comedian has been able to use his position of power to meet and actually become friends […]

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Volbeat guitarist Rob Caggiano announces latest record is done

Posted by on February 23, 2016

If you’re into Volbeat, then we’ve got good news. If you don’t like Volbeat, we don’t care – we’re telling you anyway. Guitarist Rob Caggiano just announced on Facebook that the new record is done, posing with producer “Evil” Joe Barresi. Maybe they’ll start dropping singles? The band has already played a new song, “The […]

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Volbeat, Anthrax to tour with Crobot

Posted by on October 28, 2014

So next April, Rob Caggiano is going to go on tour with Anthrax. Actually, he’ll be on tour with Volbeat, but both bands are touring together. In fact, his former band is opening for his current band. While that might seem a little odd, Volbeat are breakout start from the last five years or so, […]

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Metal tributes pour in for Robin Williams

Posted by on August 12, 2014

Yesterday the world was shocked to hear of Robin Williams’ sad passing, which is believed to be by suicide. Williams, who was 63, had a multifaceted career that spanned from stand-up to TV and film, where he won an Oscar for Good Will Hunting. While some celebrity deaths are, to a point, expected, Williams’ came as a […]

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Rob Caggiano rejoins Anthrax onstage

Posted by on June 12, 2014

Yesterday at Denmark’s Copenhell Festival, Anthrax closed their set with their cover of Trust’s “Antisocial,” which is an everyday occurrence. What isn’t an everyday occurrence is that they were joined by former guitarist Rob Caggiano, who left the band at the beginning of last year to join Volbeat. When we caught up with drummer Charlie […]

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Volbeat and Trivium announce U.S. tour

Posted by on January 21, 2014

Fresh off a Grammy nomination for “Room 24,” Volbeat have announced that they’ll be touring this Spring, and bringing Trivium with them. It’s the fourth time the band will be touring North America in support of Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies, which has sold over 200,000 copies since its release since it’s early April release. It […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 10: Shocking Moments of 2013

Posted by on December 23, 2013

Tis the time when everyone starts celebrating the best of the past year’s albums with a flood of “Best Of Lists”. But while 2013 was filled with great music, it also had plenty of shocking moments. While some brought joy and others brought dismay, these moments left a major impact in the metal community. With […]

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