Dog Eat Dog Books 25th Anniversary “Play Games” Tour Dates


Hardcore/Hip-Hop band Dog Eat Dog have booked a 25th anniversary tour of Europe! Presented by Kingstar Music the band will hit the road later this month and play dates in November and December as well. Play Games was the bands second full-length album released in 1996 on Roadrunner and yielded three singles, “Isms,” “Rocky,” and “Step Right In.” The current incarnation of the band released the Brand New Breed EP in 2017 via Metalville Records.

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Judas Priest Postpones The Rest of their 50 Years of Heavy Metal Tour Due to Richie Faulkner’s Heart Condition


Devastating news as Judas Priest shredder Richie Faulkner has a major medical condition (heart) that has landed him in the hospital for treatment. Thus the Judas Priest tour is postponed until a later date. News was proken by the Judas Priest PR team. The Priest were finally celebrating their 50th anniversary this year with the The 50 Heavy Metal Years Tour, with Sabaton as openers.Get well soon Richie! Continue reading


Dream Theater Postpones All 2021 Tour Dates to Next Year Due to COVID-19


Progressive Metal masters Dream Theater has postponed their highly-anticipated tour of North America until 2022 due to growing fears of the COVID-19 pandemic. The band will release their 15th studio album, A View From The Top Of The World, is due on October 22nd, 2021 via InsideOut Music. The band commented:

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Dream Theater Shares New Music Video for “Invisible Monster” – New Album Incoming


Dream Theater has shared a new music video for the track single “Invisible Monster.” The song comes from their upcoming new album A View From The Top Of The World, due out via InsideOutMusic / Sony Music on October 22nd, 2021. The video for the song was directed by William “Wombat” Felch (Mudvayne, HellYeah, Crobot, Static-X, Nefariant) and follows the story of an artist’s internal struggles as the band is showcased performing the track. The piece of art created by Felch in the video now lives inside DTHQ. Watch it here:

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Opeth and Mastodon Book a Co-Headline Tour


Two progressive metal legends Opeth and Mastodon have booked a co-headline tour for 2021 The two bands last toured together in the USA in 2011, with Ghost as the opener on their first national tour. The late year North American this fall will have direct support from Zeal & Ardor kicking off in Asheville, North Carolina on November 16th and wrapping in Denver, Colorado on December 5th. The pre-sale takes place tomorrow with the general on sale Friday, September 17th, 2021. Opeth continues to tour behind 2019’s In Cauda Venenum (Nuclear Blast) and Mastodon will soon release their new album Hushed and Grim.

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Static-X Books 2022 Tour with Fear Factory, Dope, and Mushroomhead


Static-X will continue to pay tribute to their legacy and late frontman Wayne Static with their Rise Of The Machine North American Tour 2022. The tour will also pay homage to their album Machine, getting a 20th anniversary reissue next year. The 37-date run, produced by Live Nation, kicks off on February 21st in Portland, OR and runs over 5 weeks wrapping up on April 3rd in San Francisco, CA. General tickets go on sale starting Friday, September 17 at 10am LOCAL. .” More information on tickets, meet & greets and other VIP experiences for the Rise Of The Machine tour can be found at the link below. Support on the tour will come from peers and legends such as Fear Factory, Dope, Mushroomhead and Twiztid on select dates.

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Listen to the Alexander Hacke (Einsturzende Neubauten) Remix of “Superhero” by Faith No More


 

UPDATED: Faith No More has released their previously vinyl-only single of the Alexander Hacke (Einsturzende Neubauten) remix of “Superhero” – “Superhero (Battaglia Remix)” from their 2015 comeback album, Sol Invictus (Ipecac Recordings). The band was to embark on their first US tour in six years with System of a Down, included Riot Fest, Knotfest Iowa, Aftershock Sacramento, and their two shows at Banc of California Stadium, but canceled all tour date to a crisis within the band.

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