Uncured, Tetrarch, and Cane Hill as well.
"It's out of the box, out of my comfort zone, out of the ordinary, and out of this world!"
English/American rock band makes a deal with the Devil. What can go wrong?
"A Man of Constant Sorrow" appeared early in the 20th century. Originally released by Dick Burnett, "Farewell Song" was recreated and re-recorded numerous…
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Specifically "Ghost Riders In The Sky."
SHINING's Show Cancelled After Frontman Accused Of Groping Women, Drugging Drinks & Threatening Violence
The Swedish Shining, not the Norwegian one.
Much of in•ter a•li•a comes off like a band making a concerted effort to cast off accusations of bloat and indulgence in their former projects, typically by keeping things brief and uptempo, a textbook example of an aging group trying to prove they can still rock out just as fiercely as the generation that supplanted them. This works intermittently but definitely does work.
2017 is getting heavier and heavier!
Well, this should be… weird.
I'm shocked…shocked… that party metal band Alestorm releasing a party metal song about Mexico on Cinco de Mayo. The hook…
Can we admit that 2017, overall, sucks for new metal yet or nah? Anyway, this edition includes some reunion releases, metal that metalheads will like, and more! To the metals…
Sounds like it'll be one hell of a comeback album.
Dudes from Rob Zombie, Far, and Johnny Cash's family.
Good djenty. None of that early 2010s nonsense.
Bad Wolves is either four guys or five guys. We're not sure.
Wage War is on the bill too!
We've heard two new At The Drive-In tracks so far, "Governed By Contagions" and "Incurably Innocent", and today, the band…