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  • IRON MAN Touring North America With YESTERDAY’S SAINTS

      Maryland doom/heavy rock statesmen IRON MAN and Virginia’s energetic death-power metal upstarts YESTERDAY’S SAINTS have teamed up for an 11-city tour of destruction through New England and the Midwest that begins in Washington, DC on March 12. It’s a literal tour of death and doom.   If you’ve been to a metal show at Northern Virginia’s Empire, ...
  • MOONSPELL Announce North American Tour

      New Album Extinct Out March 17th in North America on Napalm Records Portuguese Gothic Metal pioneers MOONSPELL first brought the dark flames to their native country – and then set the rest of the world aflame with milestone albums including Irreligious and Night Eternal. Now with their eleventh studio album Extinct, the band has erected ...
  • NASHVILLE PUSSY to Release First “Best Of” Album Ten Years of Pussy May 12th in North America on SPV/Steamhammer

      PUSSY’S NOT A DIRTY WORD By Wayne Robins   “If there’s ever been a better band to open for Motorhead, I’ve not heard them!”—Lemmy, when asked about NASHVILLE PUSSY   Now, there’s a temptation to let the above quote stand alone and just go to the nearest pub. What can i possibly add to God’s words? Isn’t ...
  • VON HERTZEN BROTHERS Are Causing “Trouble”

    The VON HERTZEN BROTHERS are pleased to present the heaviest track from their upcoming album New Day Rising, out March 24 on Spinefarm Records.   Check out the lyric video HERE or HERE.    “On the cover of the forthcoming album, there are birds of prey trying to break the chains they carry in their claws,” said Mikko Von Hertzen. “This song ...
  • COAL CHAMBER Premiere New Single “I.O.U. Nothing” on Loudwire

      Los Angeles, California’s COAL CHAMBER will release their new album Rivals on May 19th in North America via Napalm Records.  This is the band’s first new album in over thirteen years.  With producer Mark Lewis at the helm, Rivals makes it seem as if COAL CHAMBER never took a break at all.  They ...
  • Choosing Death: The Improbable History of Death Metal and Grindcore To See Revised and Expanded Release This April

        Originally released on Feral House in 2004, Choosing Death: The Improbable History of Death Metal and Grindcore, is widely recognized as the definitive history of its titular extreme music subgenres. For its (more or less) 10-year anniversary, author Albert Mudrian-editor-in-chief of Decibel Magazine-has chosen life after death in the form of an expanded and ...

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