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  • 5 things you didn't know about Epica

    5 things you didn't know about Epica

    Epica is one of the best known symphonic metal bands around. Starting in 2002, they've enjoyed a successful and long career spanning 15 years. They have dedicated fans both in the States and around the world, but there are probably some things you don't know about them. Before you head out and catch...
  • Sabaton touring North America while racking up gold records

    Sabaton touring North America while racking up gold records

    Having just begun a North American on-stage take-over, Sweden's metal masters Sabaton are doing so in style trailed by a slew of new awards and accolades for their eighth studio album, The Last Stand, released last August.  After The Last Stand officially hit the atmosphere last summer, the new...
  • Swedish metal outfit Sabaton to play at City National Grove in Anaheim in May

    Swedish metal outfit Sabaton to play at City National Grove in Anaheim in May

    Sabaton, have been a part of the metal music scene for almost two decades, and the band is back and ready to embark on a North American tour, called The Last Tour, even though it won't be the end for them quite yet. The five-piece band will make stops all around the U.S., including the City National...
  • Epica will visit cities across North America this September for The Ultimate Principle Tour. 

    Epica will team up with Lacuna Coil for 2017 North American Tour

    Epica, the symphonic metal band from the Netherlands, will be hitting the road for a North American tour this fall in promotion of their 2016 album, The Holographic Principle. Titled "The Ultimate Principle Tour," after their recent LP, the 23-date run of shows will kick off on Aug. 31 in Boston and...
  • Anthrax debuts Kansas cover 'Carry On' live

    Anthrax debuts Kansas cover 'Carry On' live

    Despite the fact that thrash-legends Anthrax are still wielding material from their latest studio album, For All Kings, there's another 'new' song - well, new to Anthrax anyway - that's been making waves as well. Aside from the full track listing from For All Kings and six demos included on the...
  • Metallica Dallas concert releases more tickets for AT&T Stadium concert

    Metallica Dallas concert releases more tickets for AT&T Stadium concert

    Metallica and Avenged Sevenfold are coming to the DFW area for a huge concert inside AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys, and Live Nation reported on Thursday that the venue just released more tickets for the big concert. The concert takes place on June 16 and the new seats are...
  • Fire From the Gods release music video for 'The Voiceless'

    Fire From the Gods release music video for 'The Voiceless'

    In a world where injustices seem to make the news more than social triumphs, Fire From the Gods aims to represent a voice for the oppressed. The Austin, TX metal outfit has released a new music video for their latest single, “The Voiceless.” The single comes from their upcoming album, Narrative...
  • Mastodon will play the Hollywood Palladium on April 20

    Mastodon and Eagles of Death Metal to hit the Hollywood Palladium on April 20

    The main undercurrent to much of Mastodon’s music is the specter of death, and for their latest album, Emperor of Sand, the Georgia metal greats tapped back into that as well as the theme of time to produce a loose concept album. Emperor of Sand follows the story of a figure who roams a desert land...
  • Meet Korn's new 12-year-old bassist

    Meet Korn's new 12-year-old bassist

    Over the weekend, Korn alerted fans that for unspecified reasons, bassist Reginald Arvizu (aka Fieldy) would not be performing at the nu-metal band's upcoming South American tour dates. Luckily, they've hired a pretty impressive temp: Tye Trujillo, son of Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo and member...
  • 97.1 The Eagle announce headliners for annual BFD concert in Dallas

    97.1 The Eagle announce headliners for annual BFD concert in Dallas

    97.1 The Eagle holds an annual concert event known as BFD and they have just announced the headliners for this year’s big concert. The 2017 BFD, which takes place on May 28 at the Starplex Pavilion, will feature eight bands. Those bands include Papa Roach, Three Days Grace, The Pretty Reckless...
  • Neurosis gears up for summer tour with Converge and Amenra

    Neurosis gears up for summer tour with Converge and Amenra

    While still riding high on the excitement surrounding the 2016 release of their eleventh studio album, Fires Within Fires, progressive metallers Neurosis have got their collective pedal to the metal and aren't planning on slowing down anytime soon.  The follow up to their 2012 release, Honor Found...
  • Watch: Reigning momentum - an interview with Anthrax's Charlie Benante

    Watch: Reigning momentum - an interview with Anthrax's Charlie Benante

    Certainly after three and a half decades on the job - any job - be it of a banker, a baker or a band member, a desire may arise to slow down a bit, to start taking things more in stride. But that's far from the case with the now-veteran thrash band Anthrax, who with more than 35 years in the rear...
  • Kataklysm announce U.S. tour with In Flames

    Kataklysm announce US tour with In Flames

    The outlook for this spring has just gotten warmer due to the announcement of a massive metal tour beginning early in May.  Canada's extreme/melodic death metal masters Kataklysm will be wrapping up the touring cycle for their most recent release, Of Ghosts And Gods, on a new trek of dates acting as...
  • The Night Flight Orchestra's 'Amber Galactic' coming in May

    The Night Flight Orchestra's 'Amber Galactic' coming in May

    Few things are more exciting as a music lover than when members of two or more favorite bands come together to work on an all-new 'supergroup.' Able to flex their prolific muscles without being bound by the restraints of their primary band's sound or fan base, suddenly all new creativity can pour...
  • "Strike," a short but rocking instrumental track played by Eddie Van Halen on the 1984 film, The Wild Life, has surfaced online. 

    Listen: Eddie Van Halen shreds in unreleased instrumental track from the 80s film, ‘The Wild Life’

    1984 was a big year for the classic rock band Van Halen. Their appropriately-titled 1984 album would become a huge success with songs like “Jump,” “Panama” and “Hot For Teacher,” and even made its way to number two on the Billboard 200 chart before running into Michael Jackson’s Thriller. The band’s...
  • Quor embarking on 'Sorry - Not Sorry Tour,' releases new single

    Quor embarking on 'Sorry - Not Sorry Tour,' releases new single

    What do you get when you combine a 'no rules' attitude with the influences of the rock, metal, indie, punk genres of music? Something that is surprisingly all new and dynamic, something that's ready to knock the socks off of music fans across the globe - and that special something is called Quor...
  • The future of rock and roll is here with Greta Van Fleet

    The future of rock and roll is here with Greta Van Fleet

    For the average fan of music, one hears what they've been exposed to - initially via family or friends, but then by actively seeking out similar bands and artists that might also appeal to the senses. But this kind of musical exploring is still somewhat limited when you contrast it to someone who...
  • Legendary hard rockers Scorpions and Megadeth are coming to 1stBank Center in Colorado

    Legendary hard rockers Scorpions and Megadeth are coming to 1stBank Center in Colorado

    Famed German hard rockers Scorpions are coming to Colorado fall of 2017 along with metal legends Megadeth. The two hard rock titans will be performing at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, CO on Monday, September 25. A special pre-sale gets underway Thursday, April 6 at 10:00 a.m. MST. General on...
  • Scorpions hitting Dallas to celebrate ‘Crazy World’

    Scorpions hitting Dallas to celebrate ‘Crazy World’

    It was just a couple of years ago that Scorpions released a documentary and announced they were retiring from the music industry. The retirement never happened and The Scorpions are hitting the road once again, this time with Megadeth as the opening act. The brand new Pavilion at Irving Music...
  • Rammstein announces two new concerts including Dallas show

    Rammstein announces two new concerts including Dallas show

    German metal band Rammstein recently embarked on a small North American tour where they almost only hit East Coast cities. However, the band announced two brand new dates to the tour before they wrap things up in Las Vegas. The two dates include one in Chicago, and as Live Nation reported, the...
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