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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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The Future Of Metal Is Here

We recently pondered the future of stadium-sized metal, given the impending exit of Slayer and the aging mega-bands like Metallica and Iron Maiden (read it here). Well, friends, the question of who will take over the throne is being answered night after night on Slayer‘s farewell tour. The answer is Lamb of God. When Randy Blythe and company took the stage

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Burn The Priest: “Legion: XX” Album Review

Lamb of God have pulled out all the stops on their blistering album saluting their biggest influences. They have assumed the identity of their original name, Burn The Priest, to hearken back to the days when these bands played a pivotal role in molding what has become one of biggest metal machines in the world. Legion: XX makes it clear

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Devildriver Release Teaser For “Outlaws ‘Til The End”

Heavy metal and country music have intersected on many occasions, with prominent artist like Hank Williams III, Phil Anselmo, and David Vincent espousing their love for both genres. The latest to echo this sentiment are Devildriver who have enlisted Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe, Fear Factory’s Burton C. Bell, Hank3, John Carter Cash, and more for Outlaws ‘Til the End which will be released

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Lamb Of God To Play One-Off U.S. Headlining Dates With Behemoth

Slayer‘s farewell tour may well be the most anticipated set of metal performances of the year (save mega-acts like Metallica’s 2018/2019 dates). Beginning in May, the iconic metallers will join forces with Behemoth, Lamb of God, Testament, Anthrax, and Napalm Death to tackle North America during two lengthy legs. Fans in a handful of cities that won’t see a tour

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John 5 Live Photos From The Stanhope House In Stanhope, NJ

When not serving as the tall white shadow to Rob Zombie, John 5 is a virtuoso guitarist who just released It’s Alive, a live album that showcases his fleet-fingered playing. He is currently on tour in support of the album, and photographer Gina Russoniello captured him at The Stanhope House in Stanhope, New Jersey.  

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The Future Of Metal Is Here

We recently pondered the future of stadium-sized metal, given the impending exit of Slayer and the aging mega-bands like Metallica and Iron Maiden (read it