Rammstein Teases Samples of Five New Songs

As we previously reported, Rammstein will release their new self-titled album May 17th via Universal/Spinefarm in Europe and Caroline Records in the US. The band has shared five snippets of new songs today via their YouTube, including ‘Radio’, ‘Zeig Dich’, ‘Ausländer’, ‘Sex’, and ‘Puppe’. They sound awesome so check them out right now below! Last month the band released an epic nine-minute Specter Berlin-directed video for ‘Deutschland’, their first new single in nine years. Check out our review of that here. Continue reading

Judas Priest’s Rob Halford Reads Their Rejection Letter From The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

The 2018 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees were announced on Wednesday, and unfortunately, Judas Priest did not make the cut. Front man, Rob Halford, stopped by Mark & Neanderpäul’s radio show yesterday to discuss their rejection, and actually read the letter that the President and CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame sent him. Continue reading

Napalm Death’s Barney Greenway Gives British Politician A Metal Vocals Lesson

British politician, Ed Miliband, recently invited Napalm Death front man Barney Greenway to his show on BBC Radio 2. During their conversation, Barney explained the merits and sub genres of metal to Ed, which led to the politician to ask for extreme metal vocal lessons. Continue reading

Metallica Announces A Radio Takeover, Plus Daily Specials On Their Web Store

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Metallica will be releasing Hardwired…To Self-Destruct on November 18th via Blackened Records, and they’ve just announced a radio takeover, plus special sales on their web store to heighten the excitement for the new record. Continue reading

Soundgarden’s Badmotorfinger Turns 25

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Submitted for your approval, the year is 1991. Already a bang up year for monumental rock and metal releases, Soundgarden releases Badmotorfinger on the now defunct A&M records sets the heavy music world on its ear. Sure in the climate where Nirvana’s Nevermind was climbing the charts and Metallica’sBlack Album” was already a legit hit too. Residing right in the middle, just as the “Seattle” craze was capturing people wad Soundgarden. That Badmotorfinger would go on to be the defining moment in their career wasn’t a surprise considering their history.

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