Official MINISTRY Ring Now Available From SEVENTH CIRCLE ARTWORKS
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London, U.K.-based custom jewelry company Seventh Circle Artworks has teamed up with the godfathers of industrial metal MINISTRY to bring you the official MINISTRY ring and pendant. Both the ring and pendant feature the iconic "anarchy' M logo, and are avaialble to pre-order, priced at £155 and £90, respectively. Seventh Circle Artworks is very proud to announce their latest collaboration piece, following recent releases with CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, THE SKULL and WEEDEATER. Alex Palmer from Seventh Circle Artworks comments: "As...

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Corey Taylor says that everybody blamed him for Jim Root's exit from STONE SOUR, which made it more "difficult" for the two of them to tour together as members of SLIPKNOT. STONE SOUR in 2015 named Martucci as the permanent replacement for Root, who was dismissed from the band in late 2013 after he decided to sit out the group's last tour in order to begin working on the new SLIPKNOT album. Martucci was recruited to play on that tour and was confirmed as a permanent member in March 2015 in a Facebook post. In a new interview with Metal...

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KLAQ's Lisa Sanchez recently conducted an interview with the four members of PAPA ROACH. You can now watch the chat below. When asked why they think the "nu metal" genre — which PAPA ROACH got lumped into in the late 1990s — got such a bad rap from fans and music critics alike, PAPA ROACH frontman Jacoby Shaddix said: "A lot of people didn't like Fred Durst — really and truly. That was real bad. and everybody was hating on him. And he was kind of, like, 'Why do you wanna hate me?' And so, he was kind of the poster boy for...

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KLAQ's Lisa Sanchez recently conducted an interview with the four members of PAPA ROACH. You can now watch the chat below. When asked why they think the "nu metal" genre — which PAPA ROACH got lumped into in the late 1990s — got such a bad rap from fans and music critics alike, PAPA ROACH frontman Jacoby Shaddix said: "A lot of people didn't like Fred Durst — really and truly. That was real bad. and everybody was hating on him. And he was kind of, like, 'Why do you wanna hate me?' And so, he was kind of the poster boy for...

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KLAQ's Lisa Sanchez recently conducted an interview with the four members of PAPA ROACH. You can now watch the chat below. When asked why they think the "nu metal" genre — which PAPA ROACH got lumped into in the late 1990s — got such a bad rap from fans and music critics alike, PAPA ROACH frontman Jacoby Shaddix said: "A lot of people didn't like Fred Durst — really and truly. That was real bad. and everybody was hating on him. And he was kind of, like, 'Why do you wanna hate me?' And so, he was kind of the poster boy for...

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