WESTFIELD MASSACRE Feat. Ex-SNOT/DIVINE HERESY Singer TOMMY VEXT: ‘Respect Resistance’ Video Released
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"Respect Resistance", the new video from WESTFIELD MASSACRE, the Los Angeles-based band featuring former DIVINE HERESY and SNOT singer Tommy Vext, can be seen below. The clip features footage from WESTFIELD MASSACRE's summer 2016 tour with SEVENDUST...

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In keeping with its ongoing dedication to preserving and celebrating timeless recordings, The Recording Academy has announced the 25 newest additions to its Grammy Hall Of Fame. This year's collection acknowledges a diverse range of both singles and...

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METALLICA frontman James Hetfield was recently interviewed by Steffan Chirazi of So What!, the band's official fan-club magazine, about METALLICA's new album, "Hardwired… To Self-Destruct". A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below. So What!: It feels to me like it's the first record in maybe 25 years that has been made with the full comfort of you and Lars driving this ship. In the sense of, everyone brings their flavor and ingredient, you're all in the band, but you're not struggling for songwriting democracy. Does that sound...

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STONE SOUR Celebrates ‘Come What(ever) May’ With Deluxe 10th-Anniversary Edition
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STONE SOUR will celebrate the tenth anniversary of its classic second album, "Come What(ever) May", with an extraordinary new deluxe edition. "Come What(ever) May: Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition" will be available Friday, December 16 via digital download, streaming services, and 2LP black and gold mixed vinyl — the RIAA-gold-certified, Grammy Award-nominated collection's first ever vinyl release. Pre-orders for "Come What(ever) May: Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition" are available now at STONE SOUR's official webstore, including a...

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In a brand new interview with Metal Insider, former PANTERA and current DOWN and SUPERJOINT vocalist Philip Anselmo spoke about his songwriting process and what it's like putting his life experiences, good and band, into song. He said: "Honestly, it's very important for me. I'll take a quote from my aunt. She said, 'Baby, if you didn't have music to get your frustrations out, you'd be in jail right now.' That's her being dramatic, but in a way, I can't disagree with her. "Everybody's life is very, very different — that's one thing I've...

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