Marilyn Manson Walks Off Stage After Meltdown At The Paramount

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Marilyn Manson‘s latest headlining tour is scheduled to come to a close tonight at Starland Ballroom in New Jersey, but that’s if he decides to show up. Continue reading

Watch Machine Head From The Front Row In Florida

Machine Head kicked off their new headlining tour last month, and as we’ve shown you, they’ve been playing a lot of new material on this run. Today we have exclusive footage from their recent show in Orlando where they debuted ANOTHER new song live for the first time ever. Continue reading

Metallica Teams Up With The San Francisco Giants For The Sixth Year In A Row

It’s happening again! For the sixth year in a row, Metallica will be taking over AT&T Park! Continue reading

Watain: “Our Members Have No Ties To Nazi Ideology”

Watain have strongly denied allegations of Nazism after their live guitarist Set “Davide Totaro” Teitan was seen doing what looked similar to a “Sieg Heil” salute at their recent show at the Kraken in Stockholm, Sweden. Continue reading

Watch Warrel Dane’s Memorial Service

The music world is still reeling from the loss of Warrel Dane. The Nevermore and Sanctuary vocalist died of an apparent heart attack last month, and left a hole in the scene that no one will be able to fill. Yesterday his band mates, friends, and fans gathered together in Seattle to share their memories of Warrel, and thankfully for those of us who couldn’t make it, the entire service was streamed online. Continue reading

High On Fire To Play Special 20th Anniversary Shows In 2018

High On Fire recently confirmed that they are writing a new album, but that’s not all they have planned for fans next year. 2018 marks the 20th Anniversary of the band, and they plan to celebrate in a big way. Continue reading

Joey Jordison Performs An Acoustic Version Of Slipknot’s “(sic)” With Fans In Argentina

After Joey Jordison performed with Vimic at the Monsters Of Rock festival in Buenos Aires, he returned to his hotel where he found a ton of fans waiting outside to meet him. Unlike some musicians who would just go straight inside the hotel, Joey met each and every fan, and even performed an impromptu version of Slipknot‘s ‘(sic)’ with one of the their guitars. Continue reading