I have always been a soul that yearned to watch my favorite bands live. There is nothing like hearing the songs that have become the soundtrack to your life performed live. One of the most animated and entertaining bands of present day is Swedish Heavy Metal Band, Avatar. To say the band’s live performance is theatrical would not be giving it justice. Avatar is a band that lands solidly into the “just as good live ” category in my book. You don’t even have to take my word for it, you can hear it for your selves by listening to Avatar’s new live performance album, The King Live in Paris (eOne Heavy).Continue reading
Cult Of Luna‘s DVD portion of the Years In A Day DVD/CD set is now available to stream online. Continue reading
Epica will be kicking off The Ultimate Principle tour in Europe later this week, and to help fans get more excited for the upcoming dates, they’ve released a brand new live video. Continue reading
Since its release, Metallica has performed several songs off of Hardwired…To Self-Destruct live, and last night they added another to the list. Continue reading
Me And That Man released Songs Of Love And Death back in March, and last week Adam “Nergal” Darski and John Porter wrapped up their highly successful European tour in support of the new album. Luckily, for those of us who couldn’t make it to any of these shows, you can watch their entire performance in Paris below!Continue reading
Last night Rammstein screened their Rammstein:Paris film in around 350 cinemas internationally, and today they’ve revealed the official release date for the live documentary. Continue reading
For a young band to solidify their status and upgrade themselves from “ones to watch” to “key members of the metal scene” with a solid third album is quite a task. A listen to The Resilient, the third record in six years from French deathcore act Betraying The Martyrs, indicates that they have taken their song-writing to another level from their previous explorations on Breathe in Life and Phantom (all Sumerian). But does this release have the chops to propel them into the metal stratosphere?
As we told you earlier this week, Rammstein confirmed that their “Rammstein: Paris” documentary will be coming in 2017. Continue reading