Rex Brown has made his first public comments about the upcoming Pantera shows! This comes one week after Charlie Benante of Anthrax has shared the very first photos of the band inreheasals, taking place in Philip H. Anselmo’s house New Orleans. The band is gearing up for their very first shows next week, including festivals in Mexico, slots at Slipknot’s Knotfest Chile, Knotfest Brasil, and Knotfest Columbia! They also have already announced several European festivals for next summer, including 10 more next week. Watch it go! Continue reading →
Public Sales for the eleventh voyage of 70000tons Of Metal, The Original, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise, will start Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at 12PM EST (9AM PST, 18:00 CET and respectively 17:00 GMT). Round 11 will sail from Miami, Florida to Bimini, Bahamas and back from January 30 – February 3, 2023 on board the Freedom of the Seas. Continue reading →
We continue our series on arguably the biggest metal band in the world, Slipknot! Nik doesn’t think so, Keefy argues back. Nik HATES Stone Sour , but likes chill-Knot! Hilarity ensues.🤣 Episode 3 of 4 takes us from the top of their success following “Iowa” – headling arena tours (!) in the USA and headlining appearances at metalfests around the world. Finally, we key in on “Volume 3 (The Subliminal Verses!”).
Type O Negative released their seventh and final album Dead Again in 2007. It was their seventh and final album. 2022 marked the 15th anniversary of the band’s final record before the passing of bassist/vocalist Peter Steele. The wait is over, the Dead Again reissue is now out! Continue reading →
Following the announcement of the new project Shock Rock Movie, directed by Lord Zane and Dagon Destroyer a teaser has been released giving a short glimpse into what’s to come. The clip features never before seen footage of the late Wayne Static of Static-X, commenting on Lord Zane’s world record for longest body suspension.Continue reading →
Lykotonon are a Denver side-project composed of members from Blood Incantation, Wayfaerer and Stormkeep to name but a few. The band, who have assumed aliases for the purposes of the project; pseudonyms so unusual that they give Elon Musk‘s son X Æ A-12 a run for his money.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, IndustrialMetal giant Ministry was forced to cancel their 2022 European tour. Rather than close out their year quietly, they chose to perform Industrial Strength Live streamed via the high-def 4K Hitkor platform.
Dark Wave group HOST, a side-project launched by Nick Holmes and Greg Mackintosh of Paradise Lost, have shared a new single and video for “Hiding From Tomorrow!” This follows theu recently released debut single “Tomorrow’s Sk” – which also had a remix by US synthwave producer GOST. The release follows the recent announcement of their debut album IX, out on 24th February, and signing to Nuclear Blast Records. Stream the single below and watch the new video here!
Globally acclaimed breakthrough Mongolian rock act THE HU are honored to announce they’ve been named UNESCO’s “Artist For Peace” at a ceremony earlier today (November 25) at UNESCO’s headquarters in Paris, FR by UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay. They are the first-ever artist in the rock/metal genre to receive this prestigious designation and follow previous “Artist for Peace” recipients including Celine Dion, Shirley Bassey, Sarah Brightman, Herbie Hancock, Marcus Miller and World Orchestra For Peace. Having met the band on her official visit to Mongolia this past August, Azoulay has acknowledged THE HU’s contribution to the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage and their support for the promotion of cultural diversity through music; these are qualities which resonate with UNESCO’s values and work.
Martin Persner, formerly a guitarist with Swedish occult metal sensation Ghost – he was “Omega” among the band’s anonymous line-up of Nameless Ghouls – has resurrected an old project (founded back in 2006) to deliver a full-length album of soft, electro-fied rock that is dramatic and atmospheric at times, but without the considerable peaks of his “other” band.