C-Squared Podcast: Madeleine Liljestam and Rikard Ekberg of Eleine

C2 is a new podcast series from the minds of Curtis Dewar (Dewar PR), Cori Westbrook focusing on helping bands with their music marketing, sales, and promotion. Curtis and Cori are frequently joined by Holly Royle, Aliyah Daye, Effy Gold and Gaia Guarda. In this episode of the podcast In this episode of the podcast Aliyah and Curtis interview Madeleine Liljestam and Rikard Ekberg of Eleine!Continue reading

Watch a Pro-Shot Video of Metallica Playing “Metal Militia” Live

Metallica has shared yet another pro-shot video of the band performing a classic song in concert from their show in Ladgraaf, the Netherlands on their current Europen headline tour! Watch them play “”Metal Militia”” and some other recent pro-shot live videos from their recent tours!

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Jamey Jasta Purchases Rights to Milwaukee Metalfest, Coming Back in 2023

Before OZZfest. Before Mayhem Festival. Before all of them — there was Milwaukee Metalfest. Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed, The Jasta Show Podcast, former Host of MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball, and more has bought the rights to Milwaukee Metalfest. The iconic, midwestern, multi-day event was the stuff of legends and it will return in prominence in 2023. Continue reading

Lemmy Honored At Hellfest Open Air with Giant, Permanent Statue

After a two-year absence due to Covid, one of the biggest heavy metal festivals in the world, Hellfest in Clisson, France, returned with two sold-out weekends packed with some of the biggest names in rock and metal music. It also hosted the first international memorialization of the Grammy-award-winning rock legend, Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister, with a ceremony featuring band members Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee which was witnessed by tens of thousands of fans. ”It was a very unique ceremony for a very rare and much loved man,” said Motörhead’s manager Todd Singerman, Lemmy was a true road warrior, and starting with this historic Hellfest ceremony, we can continue to make sure he remains one.”

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Killing Joke Announces “Killing Joke – Follow The Leaders” Concert for 2023

Post-Punk and Industrial Music legends Killing Joke have booked a very special concert at the Royal Albert Hall on March 12th, 2023. Killing Joke will perform their first two albums in their entirety; 1980s self-titled debut album followed by their second album What’s This For…!! Killing Joke will perform with their original line-up! Tickets go on sale now July 1st, 2022!

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ALBUM REVIEW: Victorius – Dinosaur Warfare Pt. 2 – The Great Ninja War

Just when you thought things had finally returned to normal after the pandemic, up pop Victorius to make you question your own sanity. Returning with their sixth full-length studio album (or second since going full dino-ninja bonkers) the five German nutters with a Gloryhammer sense of humour and an instant autocorrect for a name thrust Dinosaur Warfare Pt. 2 – The Great Ninja War (Napalm Records) onto an unsuspecting (Jurassic) world.Continue reading

UPDATED: A Soft Rock Radio Station Played Rage Against The Machine’s “Killing In The Name” on a Loop for Over 24 Hours Straight

UPDATED: According to a report from Rolling Stone, Soft Rock format Radio station 104.9 KISS Radio in Vancouver, British Columbia played Rage Against The Machine’s classic track “Killing In The Name” on a loop for over 24-hours. It started after two popular morning hosts were fired abruptly. With no warning, the station began playing the song all day long. Fans called the station, begging for requests or to change it, but the hosts just keep on playing the song. Ulitmately the station was closing down switching to an alternative rock format, a.k.a Sonic Radio.

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South By Southwest to Host to Sydney Event for The First Time This Fall

South by Southwest (SXSW), one of the most important music, tech, and culture events in the world has announced its expansion outside of North America, to Sydney Australia this fall. the festival will take place from October 15th to the 22nd, 2022. More details for Sydney to come. The fest also announced dates for the 2023 event back in Austin as well.

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