Subservience Release Lyric Video For “Beneath the Earth”

British death metal band SUBSERVIENCE have just released a lyric video for their song "Beneath the Earth". The track is taken from the band's...

Dead Is Dead Stream New Track “Reproach of Man”

Milwaukee post-metal/sludge band DEAD IS DEAD have teamed up with The Sludgelord to reveal "Reproach of Man", a new track from their forthcoming debut...

Watch: Metallica’s Lars Ulrich Replaced With A Little Girl At The Live Show

In the past Detroit concert, Metallica invited a little girl named Kendalynn to the stage. Little girl moved to the drum instead of Lars Ulrich...

Kavrila Stream New Track “Lungs”

German sludge band Kavrila have teamed up with Toilet Ov Hell to stream "Lungs", a new track from their forthcoming album Blight.You can stream the...

Kerry King Reveals His 10 Favorite Metal Albums Of All Time

Slayer's solo guitarist Kerry King spoke in an interview with Rolling Stone and listed 10 best metal albums of all time. Here's the list: AC/DC...

James Hetfield Reveals His Favorite Moment During Metallica Shows These Days

Metallica frontman James Hetfield spoke in an interview with Rolling Stone and explained his favorite moment during Metallica shows these days. He said: "The drum-corps...

Arch Enemy Release New Track “The World Is Yours”

The Swedish metal group Arch Enemy will release a new studio in 2017. The album, which will be called "Will To Power", will be...

Vinnie Paul: “I’m Beyond Pantera and Happy With Hellyeah”

In an interview by Rover's Morning Glory, Vinnie Paul was asked about the relationship with Phil Anselmo. Vinnie's answer is: "I'm beyond Pantera. I've done...

Kirk Hammett Reveals How He Feel About Not Contributing to Latest Metallica Album

As you know, Kirk Hammett made no contribution to Metallica's latest album "Hardwired... To Self-Destruct". Speaking in an interview by Bailey and Southside Podcast, Kirk...

TheCirclePit Release New Music Video “Parasitic”

Drawing influence from acts like All Shall Perish, August Burns Red, and The Black Dahlia Murder, PROTOSEQUENCE root their music in technicality while layering...
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