Things are not looking good for As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis. At a bail hearing on Friday, the judge preciding only lowered his bail from $3 million to $2 million, a fee too large for Lambesis to afford. Lambesis had plead not guilty to one count of solicitation of murder after attempting to hire a hitman to murder [...]
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Tim Lambesis isn't going anywhere. At the conclusion of the As I Lay Dying frontman's bail hearing earlier today, the judge lowered his bail to $2 million, which Lambesis' attorney claims is still too expensive for Lambesis. Lambesis had plead not guilty to one count of solicitation of murder after attempting to hire a hitman to murder his wife.
More Tim Lambesis Developments, Jeff Hanneman's Memorial, Kanye West's "Metal" Fashion In The Top 10 Most Visited Pages of the WeekPosted on May 17th, 2013
There was a lot of big news this week, we heard further (although smaller) developments in the Tim Lambesis trial, Jeff Hanneman's memorial celebration was announced, and those slimbags at Westboro claimed they will be there to protest. We also saw how lavishly Metallica's James Hetfield once lived and learned that Guitar World has a [...]
Periphery are on a bit of a break right now as they get ready for Summer Slaughter and guitarist Misha Mansoor decided "hey, why not cover a Meshuggah classic?" So that's what he did…
Whoa, Huntress just got a huge seal of approval from a Golden God of heavy metal. The band, who is working on a new album right now, has a new song which was co-written by Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead.
It seems as though Tim Lambesis might be getting out of jail for the time being. The San Diego District Attorney’s Office has granted Tim Lambesis a new bail hearing tomorrow, May 17th. Lambesis had plead not guilty to one count of solicitation of murder after attempting to hire a hitman to murder his wife.
Sometimes I stop and think how much I miss CBGBs, NY's perrenial hardcore punk venue. There was always a hardcore matinee, usually with a few terrible bands and then one or two bands that I actually want to see, but just knowing it was there was comforting. Not anymore though, it's gone. Reading the oral [...]
Well, you knew this was coming. With As I Lay Dying frontman, Tim Lambesis being held in a San Diego jail facing charges of soliciting murder, there was no way he would making it out to Killswitch's tour kicking off at the end of this month. The rest of the band announced today in a [...]
We're just a few weeks away from the release of The Black Dahlia Murder's new album, Everblack and with anticipation gaining, the band released another sliver of music today, the track “Raped in Hatred by Vines of Thorn.”
LAMB OF GOD Frontman Randy Blythe Pens In-Depth Recounting Of Czech Trial, Meeting With Daniel Nosek's FamilyPosted on May 15th, 2013
It's been a little over two months since Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe has been acquitted of allegations of manslaughter in Prague, after a fan of the band, Daniel Nosek died from injuries sustained while stage-diving at a Lamb of God show. You can read our previous coverage of the trial here. Other than [...]
At one point Killing Joke were one of the most bulletproof post-punk bands around. Releasing their first single in 1978, they were right there with Wire and Gang of Four as indisputable early pioneers of the genre. In an era of Cold War hostilities and Reaganomics the band's (dead serious) brand of apocalyptic beats and conspiracy-oriented lyrics hit home with an [...]
Satyricon are finally working on an album for late 2013 and planning a performance the with Norwegian National Opera Chorus. What a life, right?
This is a bummer for fans of moshcore, Terror just announced they'll be dropping off Lamb Of God's upcoming tour, the latter's first national tour since frontman Randy Blythe was acquitted in the Czech Republic. Terror released this statement:
Layne's mom Nancy McCallum is suing the band over royalties, which really is just a damn shame if she's right. Where's the love anymore?
Geo·dissonance: the metal movement is proliferating to all corners of the globe. In its relentless display of vitriolic truths and the ugliest questions of existence, we can hear the resounding riffs of heavy metal in the most conservative pockets of society. As your Punjabi, riff-worshiping correspondent, I'vxe created Geodissonance to report the controversy: as metal [...]