A few days ago, Within the Ruins were forced to pull out of a handful of dates on their tour with Whitechapel following their frontman…
Paul Gray’s widow talks about his final days
It’s been nearly two years since physician Daniel Baldi was charged with involuntary manslaughter in the case of Paul Gray’s death of a drug overdose in 2010. Yesterday at trial, Gray’s widow, Brenna, spoke on the stand about her husband’s her husband’s drug abuse and how neither Baldi nor other members of Slipknot were willing to help. Regarding the days prior to his death, Brenna said how she…
New Jersey quartet Torrential Downpour might not have a label, but that doesn’t mean that they’re new to the game.
When done right, Goth rock can be irresistible blend of haunting riffs and catchy-as-hell melodies. And for over 20 years, Lacrimas Profundere has been doing it right.
A few days ago, Queensryche’s Michael Wilton mentioned in an interview that the battle over who got to use the name “Queensryche” had reached an “amicable settlement.” In one corner, we had original vocalist Geoff Tate, who’d left the band and formed his own version of Queensryche.
Suicide Silence finally reveal title, release date for new album
It’s been teased for a while now, but we’re finally getting some actual details concerning Suicide Silence’s upcoming fourth album, their first with Eddie Hermida on vocals after the death of Mitch Lucker in 2012. The album will be titled You Can’t Stop Meand will be released July 15 in North America on Nuclear Blast. Guitarist Mark Heylmun has spoken about the album, including the inspiration…
Oops! Church uses Lamb of God logo in Easter play
Lamb of God has a pretty recognizable logo. Any metalhead worth his or her salt can pick out the lower case, slightly Arabic looking logo and know that it’s the long-running Richmond band’s. However, a church, also in Virginia, might not have gotten the memo, as their telling of the Easter Passion, which was also called Lamb of God, wound up using the band’s logo. LoG’s signature design was used…
If you define your band as “humorcore,” you might as well cover a beloved children’s theme song from the ’80s.
Septicflesh, Fleshgod Apocalypse team up for fleshiest tour ever
Septicflesh and Fleshgod Apocalypse both play orchestral black metal, they’re both European bands now the two bands are going to be touring together this Summer. The “Conquerors of the World” tour may not be conquering the entire world, but it will be hitting North America this summer, with Hour of Penance and Necromonicon opening. Dates will be announced soon.
While Suicidal Tendencies’ 11th album, 13, was released last year, the band decided to wait until Easter (or as they called it, EaSTer) to unveil a video from the album.