Also: discuss the pending postseason with Vince! The post Celebrate the MLB Postseason with the New Puig Destroyer Album Stream appeared first on MetalSucks.
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If you’re heading out to Slipknot’s Knotfest next month, you’re going to be inundated with some amazing sights, some great sounds, and, well, the smell of shit. For serious. A press release about the festival states the following...
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Last week’s autumn equinox brought equal illumination to Earth’s Northern and Southern Hemispheres, but it also sparked other blood-warming news: the thirteenth studio installment by Norway’s progressive extreme metallers ENSLAVED...
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He's coming for your finest cup of coffee once again. The post Watch The First Episode of Devin Townsend’s ZTV and Check Out His Spiffy New Website appeared first on MetalSucks.
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Tonight on the Metal Hammer Radio Show we'll be celebrating the fifth anniversary of Alice In Chains' huge comeback album Black Gives Way To Blue.
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Critically-acclaimed death metal pioneers GORGUTS have announced a string of headlining Australian tour dates in November. The tour begins on Nov. 14 in Melbourne and support comes from PORTAL. The Australian headlining tour follows GORGUTS’...
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Digital streaming music service Grooveshark has been swimming in murky water, so to speak, for several years now. In 2011, labels and artists including Relapse and King Crimson stated that their music was on the service without their permission, and...
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(Photo Credits: Jamie Betts and Shawn Stanley) The Scumdogs of the Universe are sharpening their axes and stoking the fires of their great war engines in preparation for the fall 2014 GWAR Eternal Tour. Global leaders had hoped the bouts of...
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PA metal torchbearers BLACK CROWN INITIATE have debuted their first ever music video for their bone crushing single “Withering Waves” off their forthcoming LP The Wreckage Of Stars, due out tomorrow. The premiere comes exclusively...
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There's no denying that CM Punk is a great wrestler... but is he really deserving of so much adoration after walking out for a year? The post Mark for War: Punk A$$es appeared first on MetalSucks.
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Black metal has taken a lot of twists and turns over the last twenty years. (Hard to believe that the great second wave of black metal is over twenty years old now.) From avant garde minimalism to crust and punk influences, black metal has...
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On Friday, September 26, 2014, during the performance as the opening act to Prong and Overkill, Connecticut traditional metal band Graven Image announced that the band will now be known under the moniker: As Darkness Dies. The name change will...
1 hour 42 min ago
Hey dude! Just 50 new records and 5 new home videos, no big whoop. BONUS: What it means to have angst in your veins. The post Sh*t That Comes Out Today: September 30, 2014 appeared first on MetalSucks.
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Marmozets released their mind-blowing debut album The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets yesterday, and here they give us the lowdown on why each song kicks major arse.
1 hour 48 min ago
Symphony X bassist Mike LaPond released an EPK video for his first solo album - under the moniker Mike LaPond's Silent Assassins - which was released via UDR Records on September 26th. The album features Hades/ex-Watchtower vocalist Alan...
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To say that this is a huge release week is practically an insult. We are so jam-packed with amazing new metal records that I barely even know where to begin! Crossing over all genres and representing more countries than I care to count, there is a...
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Devin Townsend has released a new video series and a website dedicated to his alien character Ziltoid.
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AC/DC and Fleetwood Mac are the bookies' favourites to headline next year's Glastonbury festival.
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New Jersey metal outfit Ill Nino have released a video for I’m Not The Enemy.
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Sitting on the cusp of both post metal and sludge, Stourbridge’s Sealclubber are deliciously heavy, churning out thick, turbulent grooves with a smattering of early Mastodon riffs and liberal splashes of piss and vinegar. The band put out...
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