Full Terror Assault Festival, the only European-style open-air metal fest in America has announced its final lineup for September 8-11th at Cave In Rock, IL. You can see the full poster and buy tickets now for this year’s fest at the link below. Appearing this year are Exodus, Misery Index, MOD, Internal Bleeding, War Curse, Malignancy, BAT, and many more!
Extreme Metal band Begat The Nephilim has suffered a bad loss as their van caught on fire and was destroyed. Although no one was harmed, their drummer Josh was living out of the van and lost many personal items. This terrible news comes on the heels of the band landing the coveted spot opening for the much-anticipated tour from Death Metal legends Deicide, Kataklysm, and Internal Bleeding. Begat is one of the better bands in the New England scene and even better people too. A friend has launched a GoFundMe to help them recover from this loss, so please donate if you can.
Dark Forces Live announced their inaugural livestream event featuring the New York Death Metal legends Internal Bleeding! The band will perform a set honoring their three decades of unparalleled sonic aggression on January 2nd, 2021. The performance will broadcast from Designatronix Industries located in Ronkonkoma, New York. Watch teaser hear for this Dark Forces Live upcoming event:
New York Death Metal legends Internal Bleeding have announced Guy Worley as their new vocalist, replacing Joe Marchese who has amicably stepped down from the band. Worley is best known for his time fronting Sacrificial Slaughter and Pestilent Age. The band has some live dates next month and continues to work on a new album, the first since 2018’s Corrupting Influence (Unique Leader) their final album with late drummer Bill Tolley. Tolley was also a New York City Firefighter, who died tragically in the line of duty. Continue reading
If you don’t follow The Punk Rock MBA, the YouTube channel run by music and marketing expert Finn McKenty, you are missing out! We are huge fans of his! His videos explore all of your favorite genres of music, their rise and sometimes fall. He uses the “what killed____” tag to get people interested, but clearly, he means in a commercial cultural way, not the death or a genre, as in the case of death metal. He discusses the main bands like Cannibal Corpse, Death, Morbid Angel, Deicide, Bolt Thrower, Mortician, Incantation, and Suffocation, Cynic, Suffocation, Pyrexia, Internal Bleeding, Entombed, Dismember, the cultural forces that led to its popularity (Ace Venture Pet Detective and Beavis and Butthead) and more! Watch the clip below and like and subscribe to the channel.Continue reading
The Bungalow in Manchester, NH. Not the first place I would think of to have a death metal show, much less an indoor venue with two stages not even 25 feet apart from each other, with a slew of local openers, six in total. So let’s dive right in.Continue reading
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Decrepit Birth, currently co-headlining the Bloodletting North America Tour have had a mishap. Vocalist Bill Robinson leaped off the stage at their last show and ended up breaking his femur when no one in the crowd attempted to catch him last night at Club Red in Mesa, Arizona. The band has announced they will miss the next few shows of the tour with also features Arsis, Internal Bleeding, Pyrexia, Angelmaker, and Within Destruction. Continue reading
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April 2017’s tragic death of Bill Tolley, New York City Firefighter and drummer for death metal greats Internal Bleeding took both the fraternity of FDNY and the metal world with a shock and sadness. Bill died while on duty, doing what he loved, saving lives. Yesterday New York City honored Bill as Mayor Bill de Blasio and Fire Commissioner Nigro Host dedicated a plaque at his former Engine House (286), Ladder Company 135, and named a street for Tolley as well. Bill’s family and friends were on hand for the ceremony. Although the pain of his loss doesn’t lessen, it’s nice to see him honored in this way. Check out the FDNY’s post and photos below. Continue reading