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Review/Photos: Ozzy Osbourne, Korn, KISS headline Second Annual Chicago Open Air Festival

Posted by on July 27, 2017

The second annual Chicago Open Air Festival took place this past July 14th-16th at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois. Metal Insider was on site to take in all the music, food, and experiences. Friday Arriving Friday afternoon, the sounds of Failure/Anthem rang out as they opened the second stage to a crowd who was still […]

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Review/Photos: Rock on the Range 2017 at Mapfre Stadium

Posted by on May 31, 2017

This past May 19th, 20th, and 21st Rock on the Range celebrated its 11th year at Mapfre Stadium, with a lineup that will be difficult to top. Every year over a hundred thousand people converge on Columbus, Ohio for what has become the pinnacle of Rock and Metal, Rock on The Range, and this year was […]

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Watch a man set Suicide Silence record on fire

Posted by on May 4, 2017

Suicide Silence self-titled album is probably one of the most talked about albums of 2017. Fans still can’t get over their cleaner direction and have been trolling the band with excessive backlash since they first heard “Doris.” We have expressed on a handful of occasions that we like their change and enjoyed seeing them break […]

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Update: Blackest of the Black festival continues without Fear Factory

Posted by on March 28, 2017

On Sunday (26) Danzig revealed the lineup for the Blackest of the Black festival on Whiplash the KLOS radio show hosted by Full Metal Jackie. We were excited to hear the news including the initial 18 bands. However, with the new flyer and the official announcement, it seems Fear Factory has dropped off the festival. […]

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Black Dahlia Murder’s Trevor Strnad said he’d expect Suicide Silence backlash

Posted by on March 27, 2017

With Suicide Silence’s self-titled album getting trashed as much as the band’s instruments have lately, everyone’s got an opinion on their transition from deathcore to nu-metal, and many of them aren’t good ones. However, given that the band made the album they wanted to make and have no apologies for it, when their friends and […]

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Danzig’s Blackest of the Black festival lineup revealed

Posted by on March 27, 2017

Just over a week ago Danzig confirmed he was bringing back the Blackest of the Black, this time as a festival. When we heard this news, Danzig and Ministry were the only two acts confirmed and we would find out about all 20 bands and the 20 “evil attractions” on March 27th. The two-day-festival is […]

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Watch Suicide Silence continue to break stuff after final London show

Posted by on March 27, 2017

Suicide Silence wrapped up their UK tour on Friday (24) at Koko in London, England. Once again, they took out their aggression by smashing instruments and this time, there was fire. Just one week prior, the band were seen breaking their gear in Moscow and this round involved guitarist Chris Garza setting his guitar on fire. […]

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Suicide Silence break stuff in Moscow

Posted by on March 17, 2017

  Suicide Silence might have alienated some of their earlier fans by embracing their nu-metal side of things for their latest, self-titled album. Their second album with Eddie Hermida jettisoned the deathcore sound that they made their name on, enlisting Ross Robinson to produce the album and featuring a lot more clean singing than guttural […]

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Suicide Silence’s Eddie Hermida responds to fan backlash, gives advice to Thy Art Is Murder

Posted by on March 15, 2017

It’s been less than one month since Suicide Silence released their self-titled album to the lowest sales in the history of their career. Just the other day we heard Eddie Hermida’s response to these slow album sales and never-ending backlash. Aside from what we think about Linkin Park’s new “Heavy” tune winning the disappointment award, fans seem […]

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Suicide Silence’s Eddie Hermida opens up about slow album sales

Posted by on March 13, 2017

It’s not like the writing wasn’t on the wall that Suicide Silence might have a first slow week with their self-titled album. The band’s shift in direction from deathcore to a more nu-metal sound wasn’t well-received by fans, and they had their lowest week of sales of their career. That being said, singer Eddie Hermida […]

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