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Tuska 2020

Tuska 2020 Adds Gojira, Deftones, Faith No More, Baroness, Symphony X and Oranssi Pazuzu – Children Of Bodom Cancelled

Tuska Open Air Metal Festival 2020 is starting to look like one of their better lineups in recent years. They’ve already announced Korn, Children Of Bodom (now cancelled), Insomnium, Vltimas, Jinjer, High On Fire, Perturbator, Midnight, Hacktivist, and Skynd. Now adding to that (mostly) awesome starting lineup, we get Gojira, Deftones, Faith No More, Baroness, Symphony X and Oranssi Pazuzu! Fuck! Of course in

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King Diamond - King Diamond

King Diamond Live Photos from The Worcester Palladium 2019

When you think dark, evil, theatrical, and legendary, King Diamond is likely the first thing to come to your mind (if not, you’re probably living on another planet). I’ve only had the opportunity to see him live once before, and that was 14 years ago, so I was admittedly very excited for this show. The stage set alone was INCREDIBLE,

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Static-X

Static-X Live Photos from The Rave 2019

Static-X is currently on their second leg of the 20 Years of Wisconsin Death Trip tour. Having so much fun covering the first leg of the tour, I had to take the opportunity to shoot them again. How could I pass up the opportunity to shoot Static-X, playing Wisconsin Death Trip, in Wisconsin at The Rave/Eagles Club?? This time around,

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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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Nocturne Wolf - NW

Nocturne Wulf: “NW” Album Review

I’ve always been intrigued and, admittedly, rather envious of European countries. First of all, the metal festivals. I drool at the recaps and videos of most of them, and I wish that I could win the lottery and run amok in any country I want attending festivals for the remainder of my days. Secondly is the old world beauty of

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Nile - Karl Sanders, George Kollias, Brad Parris, Brian Kingsland

Nile Live Photos from Wildwood BBQ & Saloon 2019

Nile is currently out on tour with Terrorizer. I always try and catch Nile when they come through town. They never disappoint! Due to some day job obligations, I wasn’t able to catch them in Joliet, or Milwaukee, so my lady and I road tripped it out to Iowa City, IA to catch the show. We have never been to

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The Melvins

The Melvins Live Photos From The Aggie Theatre Fort Collins Colorado 2019

Pioneers of sludge rock/metal The Melvins played at the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins Colorado in continued support of their previous 2018 release “Pinkus Abortion Technician“ on Ipecac recordings. The band played fan favorites such as “The Bit” and “Hooch” inside the low-key and intimate venue in Fort Collins Colorado. The Melvins were also supported by bassist Steven Shane McDonald’s

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KAATO: “Slam!” Album Review

Are you enjoying our collab with the the bad boys of Steel Panther looking for the creme de la creme of hard rock and metal bands yet undiscovered? I know I am! And, boy oh boy, do I dig what just showed up for me to listen to this week! Meet KAATO and their debut album, Slam! Yes, KAATO in

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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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Nocturne Wolf - NW

Nocturne Wulf: “NW” Album Review

I’ve always been intrigued and, admittedly, rather envious of European countries. First of all, the metal festivals. I drool at the recaps and videos of

KAATO: “Slam!” Album Review

Are you enjoying our collab with the the bad boys of Steel Panther looking for the creme de la creme of hard rock and metal