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submitted by Nick Jul 2nd 2020 11:00 am (stereogum.com)
Tomorrow, the prolific and long-running Japanese fuzz-metal overlords Boris will self-release their new album NO. Let me just tell you: I have heard NO. It is raw as fuck, and it kicks every conceivable variety of ass. For many of us, Boris are the kind of band that you can sometimes take for granted. They…
Soccer Mommy released the great sophomore album color theory earlier this year, just before everything went to shit. Since she can't tour behind it, she's been doing something else: A series of split releases with friends that sends all proceeds to Oxfam’s COVID-19 relief fund and National Bail Out. In the Soccer Mommy & Friends&#...
Megadeth, Lamb Of God, Trivium and In Flames reschedule their postponed 2020 tour - all 42 dates will take place next summer
John Petrucci reveals his former Dream Theater bandmate Mike Portnoy plays drums on his upcoming solo album Terminal Velocity - as full tracklist is revealed
Devildriver release eerie video for their new track Iona - song taken from the upcoming album Dealing With Demons Vol. 1
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No. 15 in their Metallica Mondays series sees the band travel back to Bogota, Colombia, in 1999 – the first time the thrash giants played in the country
In 1999, Slipknot released their self-titled debut album. Metal has never been the same since
YouTuber maromaro1337 strikes again, with an utterly demented stylophone version of Motorhead's classic Ace Of Spades
Machine Head mainman Robb Flynn covers Slipknot’s Snuff plus songs by System, Deftones and Pink Floyd on Acoustic Happy Hour livestream
Venom Prison unleash a brand new version of early track Defy The Tyrant – and it slays
Slipknot will celebrate the 21st anniversary of their self-titled 1999 album on Friday night with live broadcast of their seminal home movie collection, Welcome To Our Neighborhood
Trivium will perform live for the first time since launching What The Dead Men Say next month - and it’ll be streamed around the world
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