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Really Good Terrible Things

Jim Matheos and Ray Alder are progressive metal royalty. Best known as members of the unequivocally seminal FATES WARNING, they have each amassed grand catalogues of extraordinary music over the last 40 years. As their main band winds down, with 2020's glorious "Long Day Good Night" as a gleaming ep...
February 21, 2024
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EXHORDER's KYLE THOMAS: 'I Think It's A Good Thing PANTERA Is Back In Business'

In a new interview with the "Scars And Guitars" podcast, vocalist Kyle Thomas of New Orleans-based thrash metal pioneers EXHORDER once again spoke about his band's supposed influence on PANTERA's decision to move from a power metal act to a more aggressive form of thrash. Asked if he still gets ques...
February 21, 2024
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It's Official: SLAYER Reunites, Announces First Shows In Five Years

SLAYER has officially reunited and will return to the live stage in September. For the first time since the band wrapped the last concert of its world tour back in November 2019, SLAYER — Tom Araya (bass, vocals),Kerry King (guitar),Gary Holt (guitar) and Paul Bostaph (drums) — will return to the...
February 21, 2024
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JEFF PILSON On DON DOKKEN's 'Hostile' Comments About Former DOKKEN Bandmates: 'It Sounds Like He Has Sour Grapes'

In a new interview with Thomas S. Orwat, Jr. of Rock Interview Series, former DOKKEN bassist Jeff Pilson once again addressed some of Don Dokken's recent claims about who was responsible for most of the songwriting during the band's classic era and the alleged drug use that led to the lineup's split...
February 21, 2024
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AL JOURGENSEN Says MINISTRY's Next Album Will Be Band's Last: 'I Think It's A Good Time To Stop'

In a new interview with Chuck Armstrong of Loudwire Nights, Al Jourgensen once again confirmed that he is planning to put MINISTRY to bed, more than 40 years after he launched the band in his former hometown of Chicago. "Film scores are really where I wanna be right now," he said (as transcribed by...
February 21, 2024
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Next Release From SOIL Will Be New Music, Says TIM KING

In a new interview with Brutal Planet Magazine, SOIL bassist Tim King was asked about the progress of the songwriting sessions for the long-awaited follow-up to 2013's "Whole" album. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): "That's the million-dollar question about new music. It's something tha...
February 20, 2024
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TESLA 'Won't Get A Replacement' Vocalist If JEFF KEITH Gets Sick And Can't Sing: 'It's Kind Of Sacred Ground'

In a new interview with Scott Itter of Dr. Music, TESLA guitarist Frank Hannon was asked if he and his bandmates would ever consider getting a temporary replacement if singer Jeff Keith got sick and couldn't play certain shows. The 57-year-old musician, who handles lead vocals in his solo band, resp...
February 20, 2024
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JOHN CAMPBELL: 'There Will Definitely Be A New LAMB OF GOD Record'

In a new interview with "RRBG" podcast, LAMB OF GOD bassist John Campbell spoke about the band's plans for the follow-up to 2022's "Omens" album. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): "We're gonna put out some records on the same rough schedule that we always do. We put out a record, tour th...
February 20, 2024
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The Catalyst

Contrary to popular opinion, AMARANTHE have never been a symphonic metal band. Throughout their 16 years of active service, it may have been a source of some irritation to founder Olof Mörck that his band have been so routinely and lazily lumped in with that particular subgenre. The truth is that AM...
February 20, 2024
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VOLBEAT Frontman MICHAEL POULSEN's Death Metal Project ASINHELL Announces Spring/Summer 2024 European Tour

Following the release of their acclaimed debut album "Impii Hora" (Latin for "Ungodly Hour"),ASINHELL, the new death metal band featuring VOLBEAT's Michael Poulsen, Marc Grewe (INSIDIOUS DISEASE, ex-MORGOTH) and Morten Toft Hansen (RAUNCHY),has announced a European tour that includes festivals as...
February 20, 2024
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MICK MARS Believes It Would Be 'Impossible' For Him To Sit Down With His MÖTLEY CRÜE Bandmates And Work Things Out

Mick Mars says that it would be "impossible" for him to get together with his MÖTLEY CRÜE bandmates and resolve their differences without getting attorneys involved. When Mars, a co-founding member of MÖTLEY CRÜE, announced his retirement from touring with the group in October 2022 as a result of wo...
February 20, 2024
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Watch: TESTAMENT Plays Special 'The Legacy' + 'The New Order' Set In Connecticut

TESTAMENT played a special set focusing on the band's first two albums, 1987's "The Legacy" and 1988's "The New Order", on February 18 at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut. Fan-filmed video of the concert can be seen below. According to Setlist.fm, TESTAMENT's setlist was as follow...
February 19, 2024
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ANDERS FRIDÉN Praises IN FLAMES' Current Lineup: 'We Never Sounded Better'

In a new interview with Rolling Stone India, Anders Fridén, frontman of Swedish melodic metallers IN FLAMES, spoke about the band's latest three additions: Tanner Wayne on drums, Chris Broderick on guitar and Liam Wilson on bass. Asked what it is like bringing different people into the band, even if...
February 19, 2024
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PAPA ROACH Singer JACOBY SHADDIX Celebrates His 12th Alcohol-Free Anniversary

PAPA ROACH singer Jacoby Shaddix is celebrating the twelfth anniversary of his quitting drinking. Earlier today, Shaddix took to his social media to write: "Grateful.... Today Feb 19th marks 12 years free from alcohol. I am humbled and grateful. Thanks to all the people that have supported me on thi...
February 19, 2024
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AUDIE DESBROW Says It Was JACK RUSSELL's Solo Band, Not GREAT WHITE, Which Was Involved In Deadly Rhode Island Concert Fire

GREAT WHITE drummer Audie Desbrow spoke to The Rock N' Roll & Coffee Show about the deadly blaze on February 20, 2003 in Rhode Island caused by pyrotechnics at a concert by the now-former GREAT WHITE singer Jack Russell. At the time of the fire, the group that was on the road was called JACK RUS...
February 19, 2024