Slipknotlead singer Corey Taylor made an announcement today viaFacebook:
Regretfully, I’m sending this to our fans to inform you that we will be postponing the first couple of weeks of our upcoming U.S tour. Unfortunately, I had to undergo an unplanned spinal surgery. I am recovering nicely, and all went well! I need a little recovery time before hitting the stage. We will start the summer tour in Nashville on 6/28 and continue as previously scheduled. An update on the rescheduled dates will be available in the next few days. I hope you all understand and thanks for always having my back! Thank you -Corey
British alt-rock trio DINOSAUR PILE-UP is gearing up for the release of their third studio album ‘Eleven Eleven’ via SO Recordings / Caroline on August 26, 2016. Lauded as “skillfully-crafted blast of modern grunge, and well worth your time” by Rock Sound, ‘Eleven Eleven’ takes the band into heavier and more intense territory, evoking the riffage and strains of their heroes Quicksand, Refused, Deftones and Helmet. Continue reading →
The complex musical group known as Dragonforce is on the verge of another release. The Grammy-nominated power metallers, are excited to release a comprehensive career-spanning “Best Of” – the first time the UK band has presented this kind of historical “chapter & verse” collection. Continue reading →
The album title ‘Basses Loaded’ will take on an all new meaning with the cast of artists guesting on this release. The twelve-song album features six bass players (yes, six): including Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic, Redd Kross’ Steve McDonald, Butthole Surfers’ J.D. Pinkus, Big Business’ Jared Warren, Mr. Bungle/Fantomas’ Trevor Dunn (aka Melvins Lite) and Melvins’ drummer Dale Crover swapping the drum kit for bass in the Melvins 1983 iteration. The final track on the album is a rendition of the classic “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.” It shows the bands appreciation for America’s greatest past time. ‘Basses Loaded’ is due out June 3, via Ipecac Recordings. Continue reading →
It’s been 6 years ago that Robb Flynn’s Martinez, CA house was burglarized. Stolen with the cash, jewelry, and other items were four guitars, and amongst these four was easily one of his most meaningful possession, a 1997 Washburn Dimebolt guitar that was given to him onstage at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, by the late-great Pantera guitarist, Dimebag Darrel. It’s something that holds a huge sentimental value and can never be replaced.
Last night, some six years later, it was returned to him along with an un-released Epiphone prototype.
Brazilian distortion kings Broken & Burnt have released a new video for the track “Dead Womb” from their upcoming album ‘It Comes To Life’. The new album will be released sometime prior to July but an exact date has not been set as of yet. The album will be released via Voadora Records.The band formed in 2011 and claims their biggest influences are hate & alcohol. This release is a follow up to 2012’s ‘Let The Burning Begin’ EP. “Dead Womb” is an amazing track that really boasts how the band can change tempo in the song so drastically and make it work. This single track will easily turn any listener into an instant fan. Singer/Guitarist Hugo says “If you liked the song, you’ll dig the album.” So since we loved the song we can only expect to receive more of the same once the album releases, so keep your eyes peeled this is an album you don’t want to pass you by.
‘It Comes To Life’ Track List
01 It Comes To Life
02 Bestowing Animation
03 Unexpected Dirge
04 Along The Way
06 Dead Womb
07 Deep Inside The Void
08 Cold Letters
09 Darkness & Distance
Follow Broken & Burnt on Facebook here and stream previous albums on Bandcamp here.
On June 24th, Whitechapel will release their sixth full-length, Mark of the Blade, worldwide via Metal Blade Records. Reunited with producer Mark Lewis (The Black Dahlia Murder, Cannibal Corpse), Whitechapel has redefined who they are and what they are capable of with their new album, Mark of the Blade. Kicking off with “The Void” – which has a Slayer-esque ferocity that is perfectly suited to the band’s three-guitar attack – the songs that follow all leave a distinct impression, and by the time the rich, dark melodies on “Decennium” bring the record to a close, it’s impossible to deny the emotional weight brought to bear. Continue reading →
Red Hot Chili Peppers was on stage in front of a sold-out crowd Saturday night, but the band was unable to play for their fans. The face of the band for the evening was bass player Flea who announced the show in Irvine, California, wouldn’t go on. Iconic frontman Anthony Kiedis, 53, was heading to the hospital, Flea told the crowd. He was suffering from ‘extreme stomach pain’ which may have turned out to be “complications from the intestinal flu” . The following statement was released viaRedHotChiliPeppers.com: Continue reading →
Thorne has emerged from the dark coal dusted hills of Southwest Virginia with their debut full length titled ‘Laudate Reverentia’. The band is the brain child of Josh Thorne who essentially is the one man band that is Thorne. The upcoming album will be released May 17th and will also be streaming via Bandcamp upon it’s release as well. The album was recorded, engineered and mixed by: Mike Stephenson at Sonic Designs Studios in Bristol, Tennessee. We are fortunate enough to exclusively stream the first track from the album here. Continue reading →
Under Pike Skies hails from the heart of Eastern Kentucky. The band is comprised of 5 individuals with very diverse musical influences. Their sound can’t really be put into any single genre. The band has various acoustic songs that have really become fan favorites, but they also electrify things with some melt your face off metal as well. The way that the bands songs vary in sound so drastically makes their music all that much more appealing. You will never hear two songs that sound alike from these guys. Singer Brandon Leslie has this gravely voice that is different than anything else you may have heard recently. His vocals are rough yet pleasing to the ear. Backing vocals are sang by drummer and sometimes mandolin player Anthony Sturgill. His vocals are the opposite to Brandon’s, but they play off one another in perfect harmony. Bassist Tyler Coleman creates these thundering bass lines to contrast with the guitars and helps keep the tempo of the songs on track. The band is jam packed with talent as guitar players Cody Compton and Sean Lindsey are constantly picking away and even breaking out acoustic solos that will blow your mind. The song writing talent of the band is also a major contributor to their success thus far. Living in this area of the Appalachian Mountains has only fed their souls the motivation to sing their way out of the mountains and to a town near you. The band was recently showcased on Eastern Kentucky Broadcasting’s Mountain Music segment where the band played part of their song “Change” and talked briefly about the inspiration of the song. If you have yet to hear Under Pike Skies I urge you to check them out. Their next show is May 21st at 10pm in Elkhorn City, Kentucky at The Apple Blossom Festival.
(We would also like to thank Sean for sporting his Metal Nexus as well)