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Oceans Of Slumber Premiere “A Return To The Earth Below” Video

Oceans Of Slumber have premiered a new video for their new song “A Return To The Earth Below.” This track is from the band’s new self-titled album, which will be released on September 4. 210 more words

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Michael Poulsen On New Volbeat Material: "There's A Lot Of Heavy Stuff"

Volbeat have been using their coronavirus downtime to work on new music and during a recent interview with “Whiplash,” the KLOS radio show hosted by Full Metal Jackie, Michael Poulsen discussed the musical direction that the band are currently heading in. 481 more words

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The Musical Legacy Of Bathory And "Foundational" Black Metal

In the history of black metal, as with any area of music we can certainly point to pivotal moments in the genres history. These can all resemble crucial stylistic turning points, be it the beginning of a new “wave”, a “prototype”, a “sound” or a national “scene”. 1,433 more words

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The Ghost Inside Part Ways With Bassist Jim Riley Over Past Racial Slur

The Ghost Inside have parted ways with bassist Jim Riley. This news comes after Bracewar drummer Rashod Jackson recently called out Riley for using a racial slur while referring to a bus driver a number of years ago. 172 more words

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Memphis May Fire’s Matty Mullins Issues Apology After Audio Emerges Of Him Using A Racial Slur

Memphis May Fire vocalist Matty Mullins has issued an apology after audio of him using the n-word in a voicemail recently surfaced online. According to… 446 more words

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System Of A Down's John Dolmayan Says It "Shouldn’t Be A Shock To Anybody" That Him & Serj Tankian Have Different Political Views

System Of A Down’s John Dolmayan has shared a new video to discuss the political divide between him and other members of the band. This news comes after the drummer controversially… 653 more words

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Living Gate - Deathlust

It’s long been a trend for thousands upon thousands of bands to pay tribute to the classic days of death metal where everything was awesome, raw, and undeniable in its power when the style was still very much in its infancy. 432 more words

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