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Protest the Hero share “From The Sky” music video

Posted by on May 14, 2020

  Protest the Hero are now streaming their new music video “From The Sky” off their upcoming album Palimpsest. The album drops June 19th and is their first album since the Pacific Myth EP. The album was produced by Derya Nagle and video editing was done by Wyatt Clough. Guitarist Luke Hoskin and frontman Rody Walker previously spoke about the album […]

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Protest the Hero debut new song “The Canary;” reveal new album “Palimpsest”

Posted by on April 16, 2020

  Protest the Hero have shared a new song titled, “The Canary” off their upcoming album Palimpsest. The album is scheduled to drop June 19th and is the first record since their 2016 EP, Pacific Myth. Due to frontman Rody Walker’s vocal concerns, the band had trouble recording new material. Guitarist Luke Hoskin shared the difficulties of completing this new album: […]

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Protest the Hero cancels UK, European and Japan tours due to vocal issues

Posted by on June 6, 2018

Protest The Hero unfortunately had no choice but to cancel their summer UK, Europe and Japan tours. Following the group’s North American run, frontman Rody Walker’s voice has been unable to snap back into full gear. Walker believes cancelling is the right thing to do before his vocal chords face irreparable damage. The band as […]

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Metal Power Rankings: The emperor strikes back

Posted by on January 31, 2015

Welcome to Metal Power Rankings: Our weekly rankings take a number of factors into account: newsworthiness, record sales, internet buzz, word of mouth and overall importance in the genre. Ultimately, it’s subjective, but if a band generates enough buzz, they’ll wind up on the list. This week, Marilyn Manson, riding critical and commercial buzz, sits atop […]

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Rody Walker Asks to join Alexandria

Posted by on January 29, 2015

It’s pretty obvious that Protest the Hero need to get back in the studio. I mean, if you watched frontman Rody Walker change a lightbulb a week or two ago, it’s obvious that the guy’s got some time on his hands. Time even enough to make an audition video for Asking Alexandria. His tongue is […]

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Protest the Hero might do it themselves again

Posted by on January 15, 2015

The last time Protest the Hero recorded an album, they did it via crowdfunding. It turned out to be a great move for the band. Initially seeking $125,000 to record the album, they wound up making over $340,000 via Indiegogo to fund Volition. Judging from  a video that singer Rody Walker posted and a Tweet from the band, it […]

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Protest the Hero confirm that bassist Arif Mirabdolbaghi has left

Posted by on April 2, 2014

It takes a hell of a musician to keep up with Protest the Hero. And since the beginning, bassist Arif Mirabdolbaghi has been crushing it with the band. However, Cameron McLellan had been filling in with the band on the road most recently, and a few days ago, in between songs, Rody Walker responded to a […]

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Protest the Hero Release First Album Update

Posted by on August 6, 2013

Good news! Protest the Hero have released their first album update, or ‘pupdate’, as they like to call it, giving fans a glimpse into their much anticipated fourth album. Of course, the buzz about this album is that it is the product of their extremely successful crowdfunding campaign. Oh, and drum duties are being handled […]

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Protest The Hero Tap Lamb Of God’s Chris Adler To Drum On New Album

Posted by on June 6, 2013

Well, Protest The Hero’s crowdfunded album just got even more exciting. While the Canadian metal group is sad to announce that drummer Moe Carlson has chosen to step down, they’ve recruited none other than Lamb Of God’s Chris Adler to record drums for the new album. Protest The Hero issued the following statement providing an […]

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Protest The Hero Self-Releasing Next Album, Asking Fans To Help Fund Recording

Posted by on January 16, 2013

After years of being on labels, Protest The Hero has announced that they will be self-releasing the follow up to 2011’s Scurrilous. However, the Canadian prog metal group knows that recording an album without label funding isn’t cheap (unless you’re Metallica). That’s why Protest The Hero has launched a campaign via Indiegogo, asking fans to […]

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