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Hot And Heavy - May 3

Hot And Heavy: Week Of May 3

Get some new metal this week! Don’t know what to buy? take a look at Hot and Heavy now! Albums Amon Amarth: Berserker (Metal Blade Records) Appalling: Inverted Realm (Redefining Darkness Records) Asomvel: World Shaker (Heavy Psych Sounds) Body Harvest: Parasitic Slavery (Comatose Music) Deiphago: I, The Devil (Hells Headbangers) Disparager: Existential Dread (Independent) Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes: End of Suffering (International Death Cult) Kampfar: Ofidiands

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Lamb of God - Chicago Open Air - By Jason Carlson

Mark Morton Releases “Save Defiance” Featuring Myles Kennedy

Lamb of God‘s Mark Morton will issue his first solo album, Anesthetic, on March 1, and the tracks that he is releasing from the effort are promising. The newest music to come from the album is “Saving Defiance,” a track that features vocalist Myles Kennedy from Alter Bridge and Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators fame, along with Alice in Chains’ Mike Inez on

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Mark Morton - Anesthetic - Album Cover

Lamb Of God’s Mark Morton Announces Solo Album, Releases “The Turth Is Dead” Lyric Video

Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton has announced a new solo album, entitled Anesthetic, and he’s released the first single, “The Truth is Dead. The track – like the album features guest performances from Lamb of God bandmate Randy Blythe and Arch Enemy’s Alissa White-Gluz. Additional guests on the album include Chester Bennington, Jacoby Shaddix, Myles Kennedy, Mark Lanegan, Chuck

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Jason Lekberg Discusses Kintsugi Management And Dyscarnate

Jason Lekberg considers himself an artist first and foremost and an artist advocate second. It is these defining aspects of his professional career that have led him to front the acclaimed metal band IKILLYA, start SkullsNBones.com with partner Sam Roon, play a support role with Steel Panther, and now, join Lamb of God’s Chris Adler as part of Kintsugi Management.

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Burn the Priest - Legion XX - Cover

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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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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Slayer: Live Photos from Tinley Park, IL!

Slayer!!! Where do I even start? One of the “Big Four” of thrash metal. Arguably the heaviest of the “Big Four”. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve even seen Slayer. 10? 15? 20? I can’t remember. All I remember is a great show with an absolutely insane crowd every time. When I heard that Slayer were going to

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Lamb of God: Live Photos from Tinley Park, IL!

The last band before Slayer was Lamb of God. The guys from Richmond, VA are one of the best acts in metal today. I’ve been a fan since “New American Gospel” came out and saw them on tour with GWAR way back then (when John played with 3 strings on his bass). If memory serves, they were the first band

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Hot And Heavy - May 3

Hot And Heavy: Week Of May 3

Get some new metal this week! Don’t know what to buy? take a look at Hot and Heavy now! Albums Amon Amarth: Berserker (Metal Blade Records)

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