So you're in the mood for some Alice in Chains, but the doomier styling of bands like Woods of Ypres has been calling your name all day. Making a playlist isn't going to cut it; you want your 20-ton slow jams with a heaping side of vocal harmonies right now! Welcome to A Pale Horse [...]
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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…
Join Cary G. as he interviews the lead vocalist from the Israeli progressive metal band, Orphaned Land, in a brand new interview episode of MSRcast. Listen as Kobi touches on many topics including the new album, "All Is One", working with Jens Bogren, the breaking down of barriers with metal music, touring plans, his ultimate [...]
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.
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 [...]
California's Wreck & Reference aren't a band that's easy to categorize. They combine aspects of industrial, drone, noise, hardcore, and black metal into an auditory morass that, somehow, works surprisingly well. No Youth, the band's debut full-length, was released last year on The Flenser Records after the label decided to carry them based solely on the [...]
The new Death Division song is kinda like old-school Drowning Pool, but way worse and with a pretty terrible mix.
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 [...]
Arsonists Get All the Girls are ready to release their 5th record, Listen to the Color, which will feature former vocalist Remi Rodberg.
Palms, featuring vocalist Chino Moreno of Deftones and bassist Jeff Caxide, drummer Aaron Harris and guitarist Bryant Clifford Meyer from Isis, are all set to drop their debut on the world! The only thing left now is all the music.
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 [...]
You may have heard recently through the grapevine that a band going by the name “Lesbian” exists. Furthermore, it has no female members, which should add all kinds of confusion to your plate and make you look twice before clicking “play” on one of the internet's favorite pastimes. After all, it is difficult to look [...]
Here's That FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Song Featuring ROB HALFORD of JUDAS PRIEST That You've Been Dying To Hear!Posted on May 14th, 2013
When Five Finger Death Punch brought up legendary Judas Priest vocalist Rob Halford out to perform a new track at the Golden Gods a few weeks ago, I was pretty shocked. Seems like an odd pairing, no? Well, the odd pairing's radio single just hit and here it is:
There aren't many bands that maintain a consistency while constantly progressing from album to album. It seems like everyone wants to renew and reinvent their sound so as not to bore their audiences. Dillinger Escape Plan is a band that has never, ever had this problem. Since their spastic beginnings releasing two smashing EPs until [...]
Eww, ok not really, it's all done for the sake of comedy.