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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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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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Tuska Open Air Metal Festival 2018

Gojira, Hallatar, Crowbar And More Added To Tuska 2018

I think we can put a lock on this one, Tuska Open Air Metal Festival 2018 is the best lineup in a very long time for the 21 year old festival.  The organizers just announced the addition of Gojira, Hallatar, Crowbar, Timo Rautiainen & Trio Niskalaukaus, Mokoma, Grave Pleasures, Bombus, Lauri Porra Flyover Ensemble, Tyrantti, Hard Action, Arion, Foreseen, Red Death, Baest, Temple Balls. Gojira – Silvera live – Hellfest 2016 Hallatar

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Jason Carlson’s Top 10 Live Photos Of 2017

Jason Carlson joined the SkullsNBones team this year as a photographer, and he quickly cornered the Chicago area metal scene, shooting numerous shows and delivering a host of incredible photos. Given the many shows and many photos that he captured, we asked Jason to pick out his 10 favorites of the year from his portfolio. Thanks to Jason for all

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Jason Carlson’s Top 10 Live Photos Of 2017

Jason Carlson joined the SkullsNBones team this year as a photographer, and he quickly cornered the Chicago area metal scene, shooting numerous shows and delivering