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Tag Archives: Rotting Out

Rotting Out frontman won’t be rotting in jail come November

Posted by on February 20, 2017

We’ve now written more about Rotting Out frontman Walter Delgado being in jail now than we ever have about the band, but we’ve got an update, so here we go again. Last year, the vocalist of the now-defunct hardcore band was caught in Ohio with some weed. And by “some,” we don’t just mean a joint […]

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Rotting Out frontman Walter Delgado rotting in jail for 18 months

Posted by on August 26, 2016

  Rotting Out might have broken up last year, but they’ve found themselves in the news quite a bit this year, following their former frontman Walter Delgado’s arrest back in March. From Los Angeles, Delgado’s van was pulled over in Ohio when for following too closely. Delgado and Search Bloc guitarist Anthony Jochum said they were […]

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“I don’t even like weed,” Rotting Out frontman declares

Posted by on April 1, 2016

Walter Delgado, former frontman of Rotting Out won’t be rotting in jail, at least not for the time being. The singer was arrested last month in Ohio after a van he was in was pulled over for following too closely. A drug-sniffing dog did his job and smelled drugs – not just a roach, either. […]

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Former Rotting Out frontman arrested with 70 pounds of pot

Posted by on March 25, 2016

Los Angeles hardcore band Rotting Out broke up last year, playing their final show in December. While vocalist Walter Delgado told fans not to ask why they broke up, it appears that he found a more lucrative gig – at least until last week. Delgado and Anthony Jochum of Cleveland hardcore band Search Bloc were arrested […]

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Rotting Out have broken up

Posted by on March 26, 2015

Less than two weeks after releasing their new EP, Reckoning, Los Angeles hardcore quintet Rotting Out have broken up. The band’s frontman Walter Delgado posted posted the following Wednesday night: “Rotting Out broke up last Sunday. Thanks to anyone whoever cared. It was a great ride and a privelige. Don’t ask why. Thank you everyone.” The […]

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New England Metal and Hardcore Fest announce more bands

Posted by on January 21, 2015

It’ll be April before we know it, and that means the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival line-up is coming together. With headliners like Testament, Between The Buried and Me, and Motionless In White already announced, we’re stoked to bring you the news of the third wave of bands that will round out this year’s already impressive line-up! When […]

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The Red Chord, Rivers of Nihil, Code Orange & more added to New England Metalfest

Posted by on January 7, 2015

It’s hard to believe that the New England Metal and Hardcore Fest will be celebrating its 17th year this year – until you see the lineup for this year’s festival. Testament, Between the Buried and Me, Exodus and Nails have already been announced, and now it’s got a whole crop of new additions to the […]

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This Is Hardcore Fest 2014’s lineup includes Killswitch Engage, Converge, Unearth and more

Posted by on April 1, 2014

We’ll probably have to clarify this more than once today but no, this is not an April Fools joke. This Is Hardcore Fest has revealed the lineup for its four day festival set for July 24-27 at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA. Hope your scrolling finger is in good shape because here’s the full […]

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Scion Rocks Memphis, TN: Review and Photos From Scion Rock Fest, 6/1/13

Posted by on June 7, 2013

Scion Rock Fest took place on June 1st across 5 venues along Beale St. in Memphis, TN.  The full festival lineup included a myriad of bands from different metal subgenres, giving fans a diverse lineup to check out all day long.  To make things even better, tickets were 100% free. The day itself was supposed […]

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New & Noteworthy, May 7: Electricity

Posted by on May 7, 2013

The month of May always brings with it a certain sense of heightened anticipation. It’s the deep breath before the spiraling descent into the madness of the summer months. The festival lineups are set, the release calendar is filled with exciting potential Albums of the Year, and the concert calendar is chock-full of incredible tours. […]

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