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Tag Archives: Tony Moore

Metal Insider Top 5: Karaoke performances from 70,000 Tons of Metal

Posted by on July 7, 2015

Metal Insider’s Top 5 is a column where we count down the top five of…well basically anything. We are in summer now and that means a tons of news on the festival side of the metal scene, particularly in Europe who are about to go full-steam with their amazing fests all over the continent, but the US […]

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Rob Zombie pens ‘Assassins Creed’ trailer with ‘Walking Dead’ illustrator

Posted by on July 25, 2014

There are probably going to be some pretty cool things coming out of the San Diego Comic-Con, which is taking place as you read this. One of them is a five-minute trailer for the forthcoming Assassin’s Creed Unity video game.  Rob Zombie and The Walking Dead co-creator Tony Moore have teamed up for Rob Zombie’s French Revolution, a gory […]

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Riot reforming with new singer

Posted by on November 22, 2013

Riot’s comeback hit a roadblock last year after guitarist/founding member Mark Reale passed away from complications of Crohn’s disease. While the group continued to perform a handful of shows shortly after the death, Riot’s future seemed unclear. Last night, though, Riot announced plans to continue on with “phase five.” While they won’t be replacing Reale […]

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Riot Guitarist Mark Reale Hospitalized With Crohn’s Disease

Posted by on January 13, 2012

Sad news to kick start off the day. It has been revealed that Riot guitarist Mark Reale has been hospitalized in San Antonio due to compilations of Crohn’s disease. Reale, who has actually been battling Crohn’s for most of his life, is said to be in critical condition. While Riot have confirmed that they will still […]

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Riot’s Tony Moore Discusses ‘Immortal Soul’ and the Band’s Reinvigorated Legacy

Posted by on December 27, 2011

In 1988, New York City-based speedsters Riot released their definitive mission statement, the tempo-pushing cult classic Thundersteel, with then-new vocalist Tony Moore at the front.  Moore and Riot followed that up with 1990’s The Privilege of Power before parting ways; though Riot never really disappeared, the lineup behind those two records is arguably one of […]

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