One of the year’s finest metal tours launched at The Riv Friday night…
Ed Spinelli captured the eighth annual Mayhem Festival on Sunday at FMBA, Featuring Slayer, King Diamond, Hellyeah and The Devil Wears Prada.
Riot Fest celebrates ten, in a big,big, way
Riot Fest celebrates its Decennial…(updated)
Surgical Precision Things aligned nicely for Slayer in early 2010. World Painted Blood, the group’s 11th studio record, was just released in November and entered the Billboard chart at 12, their third-highest debut in nearly 30 years together. The band would kick off the United States tour cycle in fine fashion by co-headlining with fellow […]
The Big Bore So I paid $18 to see The Big Four broadcast in June. The idea of going to the movies to watch a metal concert was a bit strange and spending nearly $20 to do so was plain dumb, but I had to. My gut tells me this thing eventually comes to The […]
After being broadcast live to a European audience, the Sonisphere “Big 4” concert in Sofia, Belgium was hastily edited for broadcast in North American movie theaters on Tuesday.
It’s not quite what everyone was looking for, but Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, and Anthrax will share the stage on June 22nd. Tickets on sale TODAY!
Fallen: Can’t Get Up It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when old age becomes a source of amusement, but the thrash-metal community caught quite a jolt when the frontman of its charter member, Slayer, had to cancel a megatour because of back problems. (If only it had been a hip.) If it had been one of […]
You have to feel for The Haunted. The band had a kick-ass North American tour set to kick off this month before, well, shit happened . . . big time. That kick-ass package became significantly less so March 2nd when both Kylesa and Intronaut announced their intentions to join Mastodon‘s spring tour (April 30th at […]
Lair Of The Minotaur‘s War Metal Battle Master might not have been the best heavy metal record of 2008 (fifth best, says me), but I can’t think of a more metal heavy metal record released all year. It’s only fitting the Chicago band also made the most metal music video, too.