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John 5 Releases “I Am John 5” Music Video

John 5, bassist Ian Ross and drummer Logan Miles Ni, are stoking the flames of their new album, Invasion, and they have released a music video for “I Am John 5.” The music video acts as a sequel to the album’s first music video/single, “Zoinks!” Like the first video, “I Am John 5” video was animated, written and directed by

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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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Incite Are “Built To Destroy” In New Music Video

The Cavalera dynasty is legit, with family members ruling metal for the 30-plus years. The son of Max Cavalera (Sepultura, Soulfy), Richie Cavalera will return this winter with the fifth release from his band, Incite. Dubbed Built to Destroy, the new album is a vicious embrace of the essence of modern metal. No, not nu-metal, but true-to-the-bone, raging heavy metal

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Inkcarceration Music And Tattoo Festival Will Return In 2019

Inkcarceration Music and Tattoo Festival will return to the Historic Ohio State Reformatory for a second installment in 2019. After a successful inaugural festival, the 2019 Inkcarceration will feature over 30 of the hottest rock bands, over 70 tattoo artists, food trucks, “Escape From Blood Prison” haunted attraction over the course of July 12-14. The lineup for the event will be announced in

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Gorod Deliver Lyric Video For Title Track From “Aethra”

The technical death visionaries in Gorod are releasing Aethra on October 19 via Overpowered Records, and it is a crushing release that brims with sonic intensity. They have now released a lyric video for the album’s title track. Vocalist Julien Deyres writes: “Aethra” refers precisely to the complexity of naming, especially when it comes to distant entities both in space

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Music Video: Burn The Priest, “Jesus Built My Hotrod”

I’m so glad my boys in Lamb of God put out Legion: XX.  I got to see Burn The Priest perform at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park about a million years ago and I had no idea who they were.  It was one of the first metal performances I can remember where I thought “god damn, this is fucking heavy.”  To this day

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Music Video: Tengger Cavalry, “Chasing My Horse”

Tengger Cavalry are anomalies in the metal world, and if you are a regular reader of our site, you surely know why. Bridging the gap between Mongolian folk music and heavy metal, they deliver a sonic amalgam unlike any other band out there. The infusion of the past and present results in a forward-thinking sound, and Tengger Cavalary‘s 2018 release

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Album Review: Suicidal Tendencies, “STill Cyco Punk After All These Years”

Suicidal Tendencies have carved their legacy by doing their own thing. Led by Mike Muir, they have become synonymous with Venice Beach and skate punk music, at least initially. Even today, they still maintain similarities to their earlier work. STill Cyco Punk After All These Years is a re-imagined piece of work which first came out in 1995. A solo

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Album Review: Mantar, “The Modern Age Of Setting Ablaze”

Germany’s Mantar will return with their latest release, The Modern Art of Setting Ablaze, on August 24 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. This is the third studio album for musicians Hanno Klaenhardt and Erinc Sakaryaand, and they have performed at Roadburn, Wacken Open Air, and Maryland Deathfest. Mantar are described as black metal doom punk, and their unusual concoction of sound works

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Devildriver: “Outlaws ‘Til The End Vol. 1″ Album Review

Despite several lineup changes over the years, Devildriver continue to lay down the bludgeoning, as witnessed on their last release, Trust No One. When they announced a cover album of all outlaw country, my first thought wasn’t positive. This combination just doesn’t seem to work in my mind. Pedal steel and blast beats?  Hmm … Well, I am happy to

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