Quantcast

Tag Archives: Stolen Babies

Devin Townsend Project to release DVD from London show

Posted by on September 30, 2015

Devin Townsend and his illustrious Devin Townsend Project made their debut at London’s Royal Albert Hall back in April, which included alien characters from their albums, as well as special human guests like Dominique Lenore Persi from Stolen Babies and Chris Jericho from Fozzy. Judging from these photos if you weren’t there you missed out, but thankfully they filmed the whole show […]

Read more

Team Sleep say your skull is red, new release coming next year

Posted by on July 8, 2015

Team Sleep, set to release Woodstock Sessions Vol. 4 this Friday, has released, “Your Skull Is Red,” which first appeared on the band’s 2005 self-titled debut. The band (Chino Moreno from the Deftones, guitarist Todd Wilkinson, Chuck X from Crosses, CrookOne, Rick Verret, and Gil Sharone of Stolen Babies and Marilyn Manson on drums) is also busy working on a […]

Read more

Devin Townsend Project wins a Juno Award

Posted by on March 16, 2015

Devin Townsend scored a nice win this weekend, with The Devin Townsend Project’s latest album, Z², winning a Juno Award for Metal/Hard Music Album of The Year. The win came against solid Canadian competition; Waiting for the End to Come by Kataklysm, Brotherhood of the Ram by Shooting Guns, Negative Qualities by Single Mothers, and Chasing the Dream by Skull […]

Read more

Devin Townsend Project fighting to “Rejoice”

Posted by on October 22, 2014

With a new Devin Townsend Project double-album coming out,  Z², we’ve got the opening track, “Rejoice” to listen to a week before its official release. This track comes the Sky Blue disc, while the second disc is titled Dark Matters. Townsend had this to say about the new track: “Hey guys, here’s the first song from […]

Read more

Devin Townsend announces Z2 guests, intention to take a break

Posted by on August 8, 2014

Devin Townsend is nothing if not prolific, even on Twitter. Last night in a series of Tweets, the musician revealed a bunch of information about the forthcoming Z2 double album that was crowd-funded.  Among the information were the guests on the albums. Former The Gathering vocalist Anneke van  Giersbergen will once again be performing with him, […]

Read more

Stone Sour covers Metallica in Denver

Posted by on February 10, 2014

They might not have Jim Root on tour with them, but Stone Sour busted out a Metallica cover while in Denver. Saying “without Metallica, every single band in the last 20 years wouldn’t be here,” Corey Taylor introduced the song. With Root sitting out the tour to work on the next Slipknot album, Christian Martucci is […]

Read more

Jim Root sitting out Stone Sour tour to write Slipknot album

Posted by on December 3, 2013

It now looks more probably than ever that there could well be a new Slipknot album in 2014. Stone Sour has announced a headlining tour that will start in January and run through February 15th. The tour, which also features Pop Evil and Stolen Babies, will be taking place without guitarist Jim Root. The reason? […]

Read more

Chino Moreno’s Crosses ††† Signs To Sumerian Records

Posted by on September 4, 2013

Chino Moreno has been keeping busy with Deftones and supergroup Palms. But that isn’t stopping the singer from working on his other side project, Crosses †††. In fact, Moreno’s group supposedly found a new label home. During an interview with Noisey, Moreno revealed that Crosses †††is not only working on its third EP, but has […]

Read more

Photos: Sevendust, Coal Chamber, Lacuna Coil, And Stolen Babies Perform At Best Buy Theater In NYC, 4/17/13

Posted by on April 19, 2013

The chance to get to see Sevendust and Coal Chamber (two metal groups from the ’00s who once had a bit of beef with each other) onstage together seemed like an opportunity too hard to pass on. Add on Lacuna Coil and Stolen Babies, and you got a pretty solid bill. This tour package made […]

Read more

My First Band: Devin Townsend, Ayreon, Fear Factory, Stolen Babies, & God Forbid

Posted by on March 1, 2013

Everything has to start somewhere, and this fact is no different for our metal heroes. Over that past few years I have been asking some of my favorite artists the question “What was your first band called and what did it sound like?” and here are their answers. Devin Townsend Well, I guess I was […]

Read more