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 released a limited-edition vinyl repressing of the sludge genre standout album Time Heals Nothing, the third full-length by Crowbar. Initially released in 1995 through Pavement Music, the release has some of the band’s most revered compositions including “The Only Factor,” “No More Can We Crawl,” and the title track. Last year, eOne issued a 25th anniversary pressing of Time Heals Nothing. Limited to 300 copies, the record sold out in 24 hours. The new edition is limited to 1000 copies –– split between the US and EU/UK (available for the first time ever) — and comes in black and clear with blood and honey splatter. This will 100% sell out! Crowbar recently held a series of livestream events, and is said to be working on new music for release soon. Order the vinyl and other great releases from eOne (High on Fire, Ace Frehley, Black Label Society, Within The Ruins and more) at this link:
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.
Sludge and Doom metal hero Kirk Windstein (Crowbar, Down, Kingdom of Sorrow) will drop his debut solo album Dream In Motion tomorrow, January 24th via Entertainment One (eOne). Kirk has shared his album-closing cover of Progressive Rock classic track ‘Aqualung’ by Jethro Tull debuts his reverential cover of the hugely influential Jethro Tull song ‘Aqualung’. Check it out! 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.
Call me a Democrat candidate because I’m about to shamelessly pander to the youth; Creeping Death‘s Wretched Illusions (eOne) fucks. I think I typed that out correctly. That’s the saying, right, fellow kids? All that nonsense aside, know that Creeping Death is here and much like their Texan brethren in Power Trip, they’ve packed all the riffs and mosh parts that a growing boy needs from their metal. Continue reading
Confirming the news we broke last week, Grammy-winning stoner rock band High on Fire have booked new North American tour dates with Power Trip, Devil Master, and Creeping Death. The bands’ Record Store Day covers EP, Bat Salad that was a physical-only release via eOne, will see a digital release this Friday, July 26th. The band will play at Psycho Las Vegas this summer, and Levitation Festival this fall as part of the new dates. Continue reading
Ghost Cult had the pleasure of chatting with vocalist/guitarist Erik Olson of Lord Dying recently for the podcast. He chatted about the bands’ new album, Mysterium Tremendum, releasing via their new record label eOne on April 26th. Erik talked about the loss of a loved one that drove the content of the album, new members in the bands, concept albums, and getting in touch with their psychedelic and progressive side. You can pre-order the album in all formats here, and check out our chat! Continue reading
A great philosopher of our age often posits a question. It may be a rhetorical question, but one that every fan of heavy music finds themselves asking every day. It is not a question of faith, nor meant to invoke an existential crisis, but one far more important and intrinsic to the makeup of Heavy Metal. “Do you want heavy?”. Well, if the answer is yes – as it always should be – then look no further than Enterprise Earth.Continue reading
Black Label Society, led by Zakk Wylde, has booked a spring tour of the USA, dubbed “20 Years of Sonic Brewtality Tour,” a brand-new batch of 2019 North American tour dates in conjunction with the release of a new, reimagined version of the band’s iconic 1999 debut LP, Sonic Brew, on May 17, 2019 titled Sonic Brew – 20th Anniversary Blend 5.99 – 5.19, original formula with enhanced flavor.. Support will come from Conan and Atomic Bitchwax. The band will be on the road supporting the Remastered reissues of BLS’ entire back catalog, coming over the next few years from their label eOne. The Company has licensed the following titles: Sonic Brew, Stronger Than Death, 1919 Eternal, The Blessed Hellride, Hangover Music Vol. VI, Mafia, and Shot to Hell.