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70000 Tons of Metal: Jason’s Band List for 2019

Hey Metalheads! Jason here. How is it 2019 already?! I can’t believe that a year has gone, and that we are about to embark on another adventure aboard the Independence of the Seas for 70000 Tons of Metal! Last year was my first time ever on a cruise, not to mention 70000 Tons. I’ve never really been interested in cruises

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Leach: “Hymns For The Hollow” Album Review

Leach are more than a thrash n’ roll band. They are a brotherhood of childhood friends performing with passion that is tight and with an edge that hints at hardcore and punk. Formed in 2003 and originating from Sweden, the men of Leach previously released a full-length album in 2012, entitled Blindfold, and an EP in 2014 called Above All. Their

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Incite Stream “Poisoned By Power” From New Album

Richie Cavalera and his boys in Incite are set to release their fifth full length, entitled Built to Destroy, next week on Minus Head Records. It is hard to be objective when an album crushes as hard as this one does. The band have now released “Poisoned By Power” from the album, which features none other than Chris Barnes (Ex-Cannibal

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Chaos & Carnage Tour Returns With Whitechapel, Dying Fetus

Whitechapel and Dying Fetus will co-headline the 2019 installment of the Chaos & Carnage Tour. Support will be provided by Revocation, Fallujah, Spite, Uncured and Buried Above Ground. Whitechapel are touring in support of The Valley, which will be released on March 29 via Metal Blade Records. Pre-order it here. The band write: We are very excited to be a part

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January 2019 - Septicflesh - Boston, MA

Septicflesh Live Photos From Brighton Music Hall In Boston, MA

Greece’s Septicflesh are in the midst of a North American jaunt with Ensiferum and Arsis, and they are burning down stages from coast to coast. Photographer Lina Glasir had the opportunity to attend the tour stop at Brighton Music Hall in Boston, Massachusetts, with her camera in hand. Check out her Lina’s photos of the band now!

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70,000 Tons Of Metal: New Video Features Hammerfall, Guide To South Florida

Thanks to Youtube, those who have experienced 70,000 Tons of Metal can relive the experience and those who haven’t boarded the ship for this epic annual event can get a clear perspective of what goes on while on the open seas. In this episode of 70000tons.tv, the team travels to Houston, Texas to interview Oscar Dronjak of Hammerfall. In addition,

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Arsis Live Photos From Brighton Music Hall In Boston, MA

One of the hottest winter metal tours cruised through the Northeast over the last week, featuring Arsis, SepticFlesh, and Ensiferum. New York City-based photographer Lina Glasir made the trip to Boston, Massachusetts, on January 7 to capture the stop at Brighton Music Hall. Check out Lina’s photos of Arsis below!

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Dødsfall: “Døden Skal Ikke Vente” Album Review

Across the seas is a land I would probably donate one of my kidneys to visit, explore, and relish in the metal. Hailing from Sweden and Norway, Dødsfall began their foray into the mysterious and often controversial realm of black metal around 2009. We have IS on vocals, guitar and bass, accompanied by drummer Telal. They list as their influences

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Jinjer Find Beauty In The Maelstrom Of “Perennial”

The female-fronted Jinjer harbor a great deal of fury that they adeptly temper with passionate harmonies. The band just released their new EP, Micro, and it is accompanied by a music video for “Perennial.” The track features raging, brutal verses that are countered by a resilient chorus. Watch the music video for “Perennial” below, buy Micro here, and catch Jinjer

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