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Kalmah - Live Photos From 70,000 Tons of Metal 2019 - By Jason Carlson

70,000 Tons Of Metal Scorecard: Cattle Decapitation, Atheist Added To Lineup

We couldn’t contain our excitement when Cattle Decapitation was announced for the tenth anniversary 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise. Their two performances out of the 160 on the cruise are not to be missed. With less than two months until the Independence of the Seas departs from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, for Cozumel, Mexico, to say we are stoked is an

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Ship - 70,000 Tons of Metal 2018 By Jason Carlson

70,000 Tons Of Metal Scorecard: Devin Townsend, Soen, Aborted Added To Lineup

The tenth anniversary 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise is revealing what could be the best lineup the floating metal fest has ever produced. If you have any doubts, look no further than heavy hitters like Devin Townsend, At the Gates, Soen, Emperor, and Aborted (plus many more). Admittedly, these scorecard posts have been a little off of our normal rhythm,

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Kalmah - Live Photos From 70,000 Tons of Metal 2019 - By Jason Carlson

70,000 Tons Of Metal Scorecard: Origin, Einherjer Added To Lineup

The excitement around the tenth anniversary voyage of 70,000 Tons of Metal is palpable. With a kick-off announcement including Emperor set the tone, and our friends with the cruise continue to turn up the heat. The most recent announcements include death metallers Origin and black metal’s Einherjer. Stay tuned for more announcements as we have them, including lineup additions and

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Bloodbath - 70,000 Tons of Metal 2019 - By Jason Carlson

70,000 Tons Of Metal Scorecard: Emperor, Epica and Haggard Announced

The tenth anniversary of 70,000 Tons of Metal kicked into high gear on Friday. A day after the announcement of on-sale dates, The Skipper and crew announced the first three acts. Survivors and newbies alike rejoiced when the first act, the almighty Emperor, made its way to social media pages. Those on the fence for the 2020 cruise quickly changed

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Sodom - 70,000 Tons of Metal 2019 - By Jason Carlson

70,000 Tons Of Metal On-Sale Dates Announced!

It is happening! Survivors and newbies alike have been mystified by the delays in on-sale dates and band announcements for the tenth annual 70,000 Tons of Metal. Anyone who follows the official forums or engages the Facebook community has seen post after post questioning the lack of updates. Is the cruise still on? Is the lineup going to be announced

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Prong - Blood Out of Stone

Prong Release “Blood Out Of Stone” Music Video

You probably haven’t forgotten about Prong‘s 2017 album Zero Days, and they have provided a reminder in the form of a music video for “Blood Out Of Stone.” Prong are continuing to tour North America in support of their recent Zero Days release with Agnostic Front and Hatebreed. Bu Zero Days here! Prong North American Tour 2019: With Agnostic Front

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Lower 13: “Restore the Order” Album Review

Lower 13 bend minds immediately upon launching into “Swallowed by the Light” off of Restore the Order. Jigsaw riffing and labyrinth leads accompany a rhythmic stomp that set these Clevelanders apart from others of their ilk. This marks the third release from this intense trio who craft a sound that exceeds their makeup. The twelve tracks are propelled by rhythmic

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Slayer - Relentless Killology

Slayer Announce “The Repentless Killology” Movie and Album

Slayer continue their victory lap before retiring, and they are nearing the launch of The Final Campaign, the last leg of their Final World Tour, on November 2 in Asheville, North Carolina. But for those who have been unable to catch the thrash titans over the last couple of years, they are delivering a new movie , entitled Slayer: The

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Rifftera: “Across The Acheron” Album Review

Rifftera live up to their name. The Finns have been a band since 2010, albeit with lineup shift over the years, but with Across the Acheron, they deliver death metal riffs with sharp, melodic hooks that marry guttural and clean singing with a rhythmic gallop that is impossible to ignore. “Burning Paradise”demonstrates their craft with a menacing guitar stomp and

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Nile - Vile Nilotic Rites - Promo

Nile Announce New Album, Release “Long Shadows Of Dread” Lyric Video

When we caught up with Karl Sanders and George Kollias of Nile on this year’s 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise, their excited about the new album that they were recording was palpable, both in their voices and their descriptions of the new release. (Read our interview here!) The time is nearing for the album to reach the masses, and Nile

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