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.
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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 [...]
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.
Record label Hydra Head are selling off a bunch of really cool stuff to close down their Los Angels HQ. Heartbreaking for most, but it could be one hell of a treasure trove for all y'all fans!
Full disclosure: I loved Korn all the way up until college, then I discovered Slayer. It was a glorious time. The band lost me after Issues and then they just kept putting out sub-par material. I remember re-visiting some of their older stuff not too long ago, and deeming it still listenable. Although, I probably [...]
We knew this was coming, they just had to confirm it. At next week's celebration of Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman's life, the Westboro bapitist church will stage a protest.
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.
The summer of 2013 is shaping up to be a banner year for fans of Japanese doom metal. First, Coffins announced The Fleshland, their first LP in almost five years. And now Church of Misery have announced their next album, titled Thy Kingdom Scum, will be released on June 11th via Metal Blade Records.
Killer Live Footage of NIGHTKIN, featuring former and current members of THE RED CHORD, BLACK DAHLIA MURDERPosted on May 16th, 2013
I was very excited when the band Nightkin was announced back in March. The band boasts The Red Chord guitarist Mike "Gunface" McKenzie on vocals and former Black Dahlia Murder bassist Dave Lock on guitar, BDM drummer Zach Gibson as well as guitarist Matt Gauntlett and bassist Matt West. The band played their first live [...]
It's been almost two weeks since the tragic passing of Jeff Hanneman due to liver failure. Last week, the band announced the official cause of death being alcohol related cirrhosis and that a memorial will be held in his honor later this month. The band just released all the details surrounding the memorial:
Are these guys putting out a new song a day? It sure seems so. Yesterday, we heard the Queens' collabo with Trent Reznor, before that two new songs, and of course the original single, "I Appear Missing." Today, we get a more sludgy song in the form of "Keep Your Eyes Peeled." Take a listen:
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.”
Well then! Opeth are apparently making some big strides toward writing their next record, and Mikael even makes some references to their super early work. What does it all mean?!
I will admit, I'm a few days late with this news, but that's because it's all taken a while to sink in. Atreyu were putting feelers out to their fans that they may be plotting a comeback.
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 [...]