Corey Taylor’s New Single ‘CMFT Must Be Stopped’ ft. Tech N9ne and Kid Bookie Due Out This Week

Corey Taylor will release the first music from his debut solo album on Wednesday, July 29. According to Spotify, the Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman will unveil two songs, “Black Eyes Blue” and “CMFT Must Be Stopped”, the latter of which features hip-hop artists Tech N9ne and Kid Bookie. Taylor previously worked with Tech N9ne on a song called “Wither” in 2015, and with Kid Bookie on a reworked version of the rapper’s track “Stuck In My Ways” last year. Taylor’s album is due in September via Roadrunner with his band consisting of Jason Christopher on bass, Dustin Schoenhofer on drums, and Zach Throne and Christian Martucci (Stone Sour) on guitar.Continue reading

Korn Rebooks European Tour to Summer 2021

Korn has announced their previously announced European summer 2020 tour dates have been rescheduled to maintain the safety of the band’s fans, crew, and venue staff. All existing tickets will be honored for the rescheduled shows in May/June 2021. Korn continues to support their 2019 album The Nothing, released via Roadrunner Records.Continue reading

Watch Matt Heafy of Trivium Cover Machine Head’s “Descend The Shades of Night”

Matt Heafy is one of the best artists at using Twitch on Social Media today. The Trivium frontman does all kinds of contests and auctions to engage his fans, often doings dongs by request. He even said recently he makes more money from streaming on social media than he does from touring. Watch Matt cover Machine Head deep cut ‘Descend The Shades of Night’, unplugged, from their 2003 album Through The Ashes of Empires (Roadrunner). Continue reading

Slipknot Shares New Teaser for Their BBC Documentary “Unmasked”

Slipknot previously announced the debut of a new documentary about the band, Unmasked” debuting on BBC Four tomorrow, the 13th of March, 2020. Watch a new teaser for the doc below and tune in to watch where available. The band is still promoting its huge 2019 album We Are Not Your Kind (Roadrunner Records). Continue reading

Machine Head Observes the Anniversary of “Through the Ashes of Empires”

In a message to fans, Machine Head has posted a tribute to their album Through The Ashes of Empires (Roadrunner) which eventually put them back on the map after several years being an unsigned band and almost breaking up. Eight months later they were resigned to Roadrunner and re-released the album. The band reminisced about the struggles to make the album and the eventual triumph. Read Ghost Cult’s retrospective of the album and read the bands’ memories below. Continue reading

Korn Shares their Performance Video for Their Single “You’ll Never Find Me”

Korn’s released their album The Nothing recently (Roadrunner/Elektra Records) to acclaim. Produced by their collaborator Nick Raskulinecz (Alice In Chains, Foo Fighters, Mastodon), the band has taken their sound up a notch almost twenty-five-plus years after their debut. They just released the new official live performance video for the single ‘You’ll Never Find Me’ which you can see below. The clip was directed by Sebastien Paquet and filmed on Korn’s 2019 North American summer co-headline tour with Alice In Chains. It shows all the power and emotion of a typical Korn show with the band playing, their light show, and the fans going off! You can catch the band next at Aftershock Sacramento!Continue reading

Slipknot Reveals Full Tour Routing for Europe 2020, Behemoth to Open on All Dates

Slipknot has revealed the full details of its early 2020 European tour. Direct support will come from Behemoth! The 28-date trek will kick off in Dublin on January 14 and will include eight dates in the U.K. before playing 19 shows across continental Europe, with the final show taking place in Helsinki on February 24. Tickets go on sale on Friday, August 30 from 9 a.m. With their new album We Are Not Your Kind (Roadrunner), Slipknot presently has the number one record in the entire world, charting in in 20+ countries, including the Billboard charts in America, over pop acts such as Drake, Ed Sheeran, and Billie Eilish. Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Killswitch Engage – Atonement

A few beers in and I’m trying to figure out the angle on this new Killswitch Engage release, Atonement (Metal Blade). Sure, to Johnny NoName, it simple to just say “it’s just another Killswitch album, you know what you’re getting.” And sure, there’s a bit of truth to that statement as we get many of the tried and tested play plays from this Massachusetts staple like rock-solid production, punchy mix, and equal parts melody and guitar fire. I wouldn’t expect any less.Continue reading

Machine Head’s Burn My Eyes Turns 25

We spend a lot of time talking about Machine Head around HQ, and rightly so. They are one of the most influential bands in metal, specifically their very early years 1994 -1997 and their fertile middle era 2003 – 2011. It all started with the granddaddy of them all, Burn My Eyes (Roadrunner Records). Not only was this album a banger right from the get-go, but Machine Head became one of the preeminent bands throughout the 1990s on Roadrunner, along with Type O Negative, Sepultura, and Biohazard. We’re not here to go through the entire history of the band which has done a bit before but instead call attention to the highlights of this album and why it still holds up. Continue reading