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Mastodon Reveal New Album and Song Titles
Mastodon are dropping plenty of pieces of information on their upcoming sixth album. After revealing that the platter is near completion, they band has now shared the album title and some song titles.
Kittie Reveal More Details About Crowd-Funded Anniversary DVD + Book
Kittie, who burst onto the mainstream metal scene in 1999 with their debut 'Spit,' after forming in Canada in 1996, are celebrating their past with a 20th anniversary documentary project.
Machine Head Seeking to Dismiss Former Bassist Adam Duce’s Lawsuit
Machine Head are seeking to end the legal mudslinging that has surrounded the band since former bassist Adam Duce brought a lawsuit against them. The suit made claims of copyright infringement, breach of partnership and mismanagement of funds, among other things.
Disturbed’s David Draiman Readies Wingman App, Talks Tech Investments
Disturbed and Device singer and new father David Draiman has launched Wingman, a social media app that is meant to be a light in the digital darkness. Despite the name (and the cultural connotation of a "wingman"), it has nothing to do with scoring chicks.
Cradle of Filth Begin Writing 11th Studio Album
The work of the wicked is never done. Black metal extremists Cradle of Filth are hard at work on their new album: the follow up to 2012's 'The Manticore and Other Horrors.' This new album will not be rushed, though, as the English band hopes to release it in 2015.
Fozzy Reveal ‘Lights Go Out’ Single, New Album + Tour Plans
It's anything but lights out for Fozzy! The Chris Jericho-fronted band will release the brand new single 'Lights Go Out' on April 29 via all digital platforms. And that's just the beginning of a flurry of activity surrounding band in the coming months!
Metallica’s Lars Ulrich Suggests ‘Maybe Next Year’ for New Studio Album
It's not a concrete or a firm date, but it's something to go on! Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich commented on the band's writing and recording process for its next album, the follow up to 2008's 'Death Magnetic,' in a new interview with Argentina-based media outlet TN (se…
Drummer Dave Lombardo Doesn’t Ever Foresee a Reunion With Slayer
Ousted drummer Dave Lombardo doesn't ever foresee a return to Slayer. This news shouldn't shock the fans who have been following (or have been bummed out by) the drama surrounding Lombardo's most recent exit from the band. Things have been acrimonious and messy, with private deta…
Hellyeah Stream New Songs ‘Sangre por Sangre’ + ‘Cross to Bier’
Hellyeah have shared a pair of thunderous new songs from their upcoming fourth album 'Blood for Blood,' which isn't out until June 10. These two tracks -- 'Sangre por Sangre (Blood for Blood)' and 'Cross to Bier (Cradle of Bones),' the latter of which was made avai…
GWAR’s Oderus Urungus Offers Dramatic Reading of ‘Goodnight Moon’ Bedtime Story
Our friends at Loudwire filmed this hilarious clip of GWAR front-thing Oderus Urungus offering a dramatic and NSFW reading of the children's book 'Goodnight Moon.'
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Lands Role in Indie Film ‘Like Sunday, Like Rain’
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has quite a few irons in the film fire. The singer, who completed a rehab stint after an onstage meltdown at the iHeart Radio festival a year ago, is not only appearing in two upcoming Green Day documentaries. He also landed a role in 'Like Sund…
Queens of the Stone Age Play ‘…Like Clockwork’ Songs + More in L.A. [Video]
Queens of the Stone Age heralded the release of '…Like Clockwork,' out June 4, by playing a gig full of new tunes last night (May 23) at the Wiltern in Los Angeles.