CLASSIC ALBUMS REVISITED: Korn’s Debut Album Turns 25

Twenty-five years ago Korn released their debut self-titled album and changed the face of music. Yeah we know you think anything “Nu’ and metal bites. You can see yourself out right now. Whether you like all things Adidas tracksuits and Hip-Hop beats with downtuned riffs or not, what Korn put down on that first album changed heavy music for the better. All heavy music. 

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Bloodywood Shares New Single and Video – “Machi Bhasad (Expect a Riot)”

International Heavy Metal sensations Bloodywood have dropped a new music video for their new song ‘Machi Bhasad (Expect a Riot)’. Originally created for the upcoming Ubisoft game “Beyond Good and Evil 2”, the band ended up keeping the track themselves. The band remarks“Machi Bhasad is a track with a political message that celebrates the power of a new generation and its potential to be better than the last.” The band will play abroad this summer at metal festivals such as Dong Open Air, Wacken, and a UK headline tour. Continue reading

Otep – Psycho Village – My Own Ghost – Thola: Live at the Bread Shed, Manchester (UK)

Often labeled as past its peak, or sometimes worse, Nu-Metal is one of those subgenres that is loathed by some and loved by others, but by some weird paradox has never failed to maintain its relevance or draw a crowd. Though djent and post Killswitch Engage metalcore is all the craze these days, I always enjoy pointing out to the naysayers that very few bands in either scene have amassed a gargantuan fanbase on the level of a Slipknot, Korn or Deftones. It is a genre that for many a metalhead such as myself and those I encountered tonight at The Bread Shed, was the first to expose them to heavy music, and its importance has clearly endured through California’s Otep, who arrive on UK shores for the first time in almost two decades for their “Art of Dissent” tour. Continue reading

Hollywood Undead Releases Surprise EP, “Psalms”

Hollywood Undead, busy touring non-stop behind last years’ album Five, has released a brand new EP today, Psalms. A companion to last years’ album, Psalms features previously released tracks, ‘Gotta Let Go’ and ‘Another Level’, as well as three brand new songs: ‘Bloody Nose’, ‘Live Fast Die Young’, and ‘Something to Believe’. Stream and buy the album below. Since unveiling ‘Gotta Let Go’ and ‘Another Level’ earlier this year, the standout tracks have racked up over 10 million views and streams. The group also recently clocked over 1.1 billion total U.S. streams across their catalog, over two million monthly listeners on Spotify, and over 440 million total YouTube views. Continue reading

Hollywood Undead Books 2019 European Tour

Hot on the heels of festival performances at Reading & Leeds Festivals and also in the United States this summer, Hollywood Undead have announced a headline tour of Europe this summer. The band recently unveiled two new singles, ‘Gotta Let Go’ and ‘Another Level’. Check them out below, along with the tour dates. The band continues to support their 2017 album FIVE (Dove & Grenade Media/BMG).

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Otep – Kult 45

It’s no surprise given the current political landscape of the world, that our artists, musicians, and other creators are going to be the greatest champions for the people. It’s clear that the systems we have propped ourselves up on for decades such as government, schools, the church, brutal corporations and other institutions have failed us terribly. So, of course, Otep Shamaya and OTEP come back now with a new album to basically put everyone sucking the love out of this world on blast. Hitting ’em where it hurts verbally and bringing the heavy, Kult 45 (Napalm) is just the antidote if you’ve lost your faith about the future. Continue reading

Discrepancies Release A Music Video For Rock The Show

St. Louis neo Nu Metallers Discrepancies have released their official music video for their new single ‘Rock The Show’. The track comes off of their début album The Awakening, which is out now. Check out the hilarious clip below, Continue reading