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Music Discovery Monday – 8/31/15

Hard Rock Daddy presents Music Discovery Monday – 8/31/15.

Each week, the HRD team shares songs that fly below radio’s radar, ranging from lesser-known artists to deeper cuts from both up-and-coming and established artists. 1,920 more words

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These baby nu-metallers will steal your heart! Slipknot, Mushroomhead, Mudvayne, Motograter

Tell me this isn’t the cutest thing you’ve ever seen…

The kids pictured above are paying homage to Slipknot, Mushroomhead, Mudvayne, and Motograter. Actually, one of the kids featured above is somewhat of a celebrity in the Mushroomhead world, and has performed with the band several times. 615 more words

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Greg Tribbett On Possibility Of New Mudvayne: "Never Say Never"

In a recent interview with Metal Wani, Greg Tribbett was asked if there was a possibility of Mudvayne recording a new album. He said “never say never,” but if it does happen it won’t be for a few years. 117 more words

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Doctors Find Trace Amounts of Zaxby's Sauce in my Blood

If you didn’t know already, I ate Zaxby’s twice a day for a month before slipping into a Early Onset Diabetic Coma brought on by an overdose on sodium. 98 more words

Audiotopsy (Mudvayne, Ex-Scrape) Sign To Napalm Records

Audiotopsy, the new band featuring Mudvayne members, Greg Tribbett (ex-HELLYEAH) and Matt McDonough, along with Billy Keeton (ex-Skrape) and Perry Stern, have signed a deal with Napalm Records for their debut album. 63 more words

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This is my jam: Not Falling (Album Version) by Mudvayne on Mudvayne Radio ♫ #iHeartRadio #NowPlaying http://www.iheart.com/artist/Mudvayne-87655/songs/Not-Falling–Album-Version–2538423?campid=android_share

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Mudvayne Members Start New Band Audiotopsy

Mudvayne members, Greg Tribbett (ex-HELLYEAH) and Matt McDonough, have joined forces with Billy Keeton (Skrape) and Perry Stern, in a new band, called Audiotopsy. The band has finished recording its debut album and it is currently in the mixing stage. 148 more words

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