While some were out hunting for Easter eggs, headbangers had a special treat of their own to look forward to in the form of the eOne Heavy Livestream. With five bands and almost four hours of footage, the livestream was a strong showcase of the label’s impressive heavy roster.
Entertainment One (eOne) has announced eOne Heavy Live, an exclusive livestream promoting some of the label’s best bands. Hosted by Ethan Harrison of Boston metal unit Great American Ghost, the festivities will commence Saturday, April 3rd at 3:00pm ET / 12:00pm PT and feature a headlining performance by progressive metal collective The Contortionist — their first live set of 2021 — with support from Within The Ruins, Enterprise Earth, and Plague Years. Tickets and exclusive merch bundles are available now at the link below.
Good news as Black Label Society has announced rescheduled dates with Obituary and Lord Dying for this summer. The tour had to be postponed due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic. Tickets are on sale now at the link below and tickets fro the previous shows will be honored. Zakk Wylde told Billboard recently since he has downtime with Ozzy Osbourneoff the road, the band will work on their followup to 2018’s Grimmest Hits album, released via eOne Heavy. Continue reading
In a story we reported several months ago, Hasbro has completed their acquisition of Entertainment One (eOne Records, eOne Heavy) and their properties. The move adds more global brands to Hasbro’s cadre of entertainment offerings. Originally founded as music distributor Records on Wheels in 1970, but today has a plethora of well-known music, film, and television brands. eOne’s music offerings includes the libraries of Artemis Records, Death Row Records, and Dualtone Records as well as Grammy winners High on Fire, Snoop Dogg, Wu-Tang Clan, Zakk Wyle’s Black Label Society, Crowbar, Ace Frehley, The Blue Stones, Arkells, The Bloody Beetroots, Lights, The Game, Teagan and Sara and more.
Listen, guys, this opening statement probably isn’t going to be the most logical thing ever said about a Toxic Holocaust album, but Primal Future: 2019‘s biggest issue may just be that it’s stuck in the 1980s. Yeah, I know that love for Reagan era Thrash Metal is the house that Toxic Holocaust has built and resided in since their inception so save your comments. I mean Primal Future: 2019 has more reverence for that decade than Stranger Things, The Goldbergs and Michael J. Fox combined. Continue reading
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Within The Ruins will be unleashing their new album, Halfway Human, on March 3rd via Entertainment One (eOne), and as you’ve heard in the three singles online, this is going to be something special. Continue reading