Demons and Wizards Share New Single and Video for “Diabolic”, New Album Incoming

Power Metal supergroup Demons & Wizards (Iced Earth + Blind Guardian members) have announced their highly anticipated album III for 2020, due out on February 21 via Century Media Records. Watch the spectacular video for the new single, ‘Diabolic’ right now! Continue reading

John Frusciante Reunites with The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Josh Klinghoffer Steps Down

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have welcomed back guitarist/vocalist John Frusciante to the band, replacing Josh Klinghoffer for the last decade. Josh, began touring with the band in 2007, and handled guitar duties on 2011’s I’m With You album as well as 2016’s The Getaway. This will be Frusciante’s third time in the band, joining officially in 1988, appearing on their commercial breakthroughs Mother’s Milk and Blood Sugar Sex Magick. After quitting in 1994, he returned for 1999’s Californication, 2002’s By the Way and 2006’s Stadium Arcadium. Continue reading

Slipknot To Debut ‘Nero Forte’ Video Tomorrow

Metal legends Slipknot will premiere their new music video tomorrow for ‘Nero Forte’, a track from their recent new album We Are Not Your Kind (Roadrunner Records/Elecktra). The track, widely considered to the best and more brutal song on the new album, has been a fan favorite since the album released back in August and has 10 million plays on YouTube music. The band has been riding high on the strength of the album, the sold-out Knotfest Roadshow, Knotfest Bogota, and the just-announced Knotfest at Sea and Knotfest UK in 2020.

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Ice-T’s Body Count Shares New Single and Visualizer for “Carnivore”

 

Ice-T and his legendary Hardcore, Metal and Hip-Hop band Body Count just shared a new single, the title track from their new album, due out next spring via Century Media Records. The song is brutal as hell! The video is by Guilherme Henriques, using the original cover artwork by Zbigniew M. Bielak. The track like the album was produced by Will Putney, and engineered, mixed and mastered by Putney for Graphic Nature Audio and by Body Count. Watch the visualizer right now, and follow this space closely for more Body Count and “Carnivore” news. Continue reading

Super7 Toys Release Giant Glow In The Dark Slayer “Show No Mercy” Wall Decoration

Super7 Toys is sharing their Holliday Collections of toys for their Super 7-Days of Christmas, with sales on different product lines until December 17th. They have shared their brand new Glow in The Dark Slayer “Show No Mercy” Wall Decoration, following their Paper People series which includes monsters, pop culture icons and band images, such as the Mistifs infamous Red Ghost mascot. Slayer may be retired and gone, but we still have the musician fun stuff like this to keep the flame burning! There is also a sale on their Slayer ReAction Figures too! Hail Satan, hail Santa, and hail Slayer!

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Watch Fan-Filmed Video of The Original Misfits Performing in Philadelphia

The Original Misfits (Danzig, Jerry Only, Doyle, Dave Lombardo, Acey Slade) played last night in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s Wells Fargo Arena for what might be the final time, following the show earlier this fall at Madison Square Garden in New York, that Glenn Danzig had said would be the very last. Direct support came in the form of Dropkick Murphys and Agnostic Front. In spite of the bands; notorious cell phone policy, watch fan-filmed video from the show and check out the setlist.

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Paladin Shares Nevermore Tribute EP For the Anniversary of Warrel Dane’s Death

Trad Metallers Paladin released a three-track tribute to Nevermore today entitled Anamnesis which is streaming now via Spotify. The release coincides with the two-year anniversary of Warrel Dane’s death from a heart attack. Their recent debut album, Ascension, doesn’t hide the Atlanta-based band’s deep love of all things 1980’s thrash and 1990’s melodic death metal – with Nevermore at the forefront. Nevermore broke up in 2011, and hopes for a reunion ended when vocalist Warrel Dane died in 2017 while Dane was living in Brazil working on a solo album. Continue reading