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Tag Archives: Scour

Vinnie Paul’s bandmates continue to honor his legacy

Posted by on July 6, 2018

HellYeah have released a tribute video in memory of their late bandmate, Vinnie Paul. The HellYeah/Pantera drummer passed away on June 22nd and his official cause of death remains unknown. While we’ve already read Pantera bassist Rex Brown’s heartfelt statement as well as ex-Grim Reaper’s Nick Boycott’s lengthy note, Paul’s friends and bandmates continue to […]

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First 25 bands revealed for 2019’s Maryland Deathfest XVII

Posted by on June 18, 2018

The organizers of Maryland Deathfest have announced the first 25 confirmed bands for 2019’s Maryland Deathfest XVII. It looks like we will see another year without the Edison Lot as the event will be held at Rams Head Live! and Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD on May 23-26. Seeing D.R.I, Immolation, and Full Of Hell […]

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Cattle Decapitation bassist Derek Engemann leaves band, reforms Cast the Stone

Posted by on January 26, 2018

After eight years, Cattle Decapitation bassist Derek Engemann has decided to leave the band. Yesterday (25), he shared the following statement: “It’s been a great journey, but I’m writing to let everyone know I have amicably parted ways with Cattle Decapitation. I’m very proud of the success we achieved together across the last two albums. […]

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Interview: Phillip Anselmo talks busy 2018, relationship with the press

Posted by on January 9, 2018

  Even if Philip H. Anselmo’s legacy began and ended with Pantera, he would have been one of the most noteworthy metal vocalists of the last quarter century. However, that was the tip of the musical iceberg for him. With subsequent bands Down and Superjoint Ritual, he proved himself  to be a workhorse, and since […]

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Metal By Numbers 11/15: The dusk in sales

Posted by on November 15, 2017

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week The last time Converge put out an album I had barely started writing at Metal Insider. Hell, I hadn’t even taken over Metal By Numbers yet. And, on top of it all, I didn’t […]

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New & Noteworthy, November 3rd, 2017: The New Music In Us

Posted by on November 3, 2017

New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. This week is we have releases from Cannibal Corpse and Converge, as well as Bruce Dickinson’s long awaited autobiography. If you would like to check out last week’s New & Noteworthy, you […]

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Photos/Review: Hellfest 2017 was One Hell of a Ride

Posted by on June 26, 2017

As promised, Hellfest 2017 was “One Hell of a Ride” For three day; over 120 bands took over the small town of Clisson, France.  Proving that Hellfest is quite possibly the greatest metal festival around today, dare I even say Ever! “Are you ready for some awkward Canadian prog metal?!?!” –Devin Townsend The opening day […]

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Watch Scour play Pantera’s “Strength Beyond Strength” at first live show

Posted by on February 21, 2017

This past Sunday, Scour made their live debut in New Orleans. The supergroup, which features Philip Anselmo along with members of Pig Destroyer, Cattle Decapitation and Decrepit Birth, released a six-song EP last year, and to pad out their first live set, they played Pantera’s “Strength Beyond Strength.” Not surprisingly, a combination of some awesome […]

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Norway’s Blastfest cancelled, company dissolving

Posted by on February 2, 2017

  Last year, Norway’s Blastfest was in the news after the metal festival canceled the appearance of French band Peste Noire after pressure from anti-fascist groups. That was after Napalm Death pulled out of the festival, presumably as a result of the Peste Noire’s appearance. Also, Finnish black metal band Horna canceled their appearance in solidarity […]

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Phil Anselmo opens up about childhood abuse in Rolling Stone

Posted by on December 22, 2016

We’re all sick to death of the think-pieces and analysis of the Dimebash incident by now. Phil Anselmo apologized once, said he wouldn’t keep groveling at the feet of the music community beyond that, and the articles and peer interviews keep rolling in. It’s obvious that no one on either side of the popular opinion […]

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