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Former ANTHRAX and current ARMORED SAINT singer John Bush, who was offered an opportunity to join METALLICA in the early '80s but turned it down, was asked by Metal Insider if there was a feeling more than thirty years ago that METALLICA would one day be as huge as they now are. He responded: "I don't think anyone expected METALLICA to become the beast that they became. Well, maybe Lars did because Lars is Lars. They became this giant monstrosity of a band regardless of genres. You could sense there was something about them that was special,...

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Former ANTHRAX and current ARMORED SAINT singer John Bush, who was offered an opportunity to join METALLICA in the early '80s but turned it down, was asked by Metal Insider if there was a feeling more than thirty years ago that METALLICA would one day be as huge as they now are. He responded: "I don't think anyone expected METALLICA to become the beast that they became. Well, maybe Lars did because Lars is Lars. They became this giant monstrosity of a band regardless of genres. You could sense there was something about them that was special,...

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MAX CAVALERA: ‘Return To Roots’ Tour Is ‘The Closest’ To A SEPULTURA Reunion That We’ll Ever Get To See
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Max Cavalera (SEPULTURA, SOULFLY, CAVALERA CONSPIRACY, KILLER BE KILLED) spoke to Pollstar about the "Return To Roots" North American tour with his brother Igor Cavalera (drums) during which they are celebrating the twentieth anniversary of SEPULTURA's classic album "Roots" by performing the LP in its entirety. "We actually couldn't really practice because Igor broke his ankle, like, ten days before the tour started," Max said. "So, that was bad. … We had rehearsal set up but he couldn't do it, so we ended up canceling that. But he's...

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During a brand new interview with the Phoenix New Times, ALICE IN CHAINS frontman William Duvall was asked what it has been like touring without new material, three years after the release of AIC's last album, "The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here". "It's...

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"Echolocation", the debut album from GONE IS GONE, the new project featuring MASTODON's Troy Sanders, AT THE DRIVE-IN's Tony Hajjar, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE's Troy Van Leeuwen and guitarist-keyboardist Mike Zarin, will be released on January 6, 2017 via their imprint label Black Dune Records in partnership with Rise Records/BMG. Recorded at Sencit Studios in Los Angeles (with additional tracking at Casa De Leones Studios), "Echolation" was produced by the band and mixed by Ken Andrews of FAILURE (BECK, A PERFECT CIRCLE). Zarin commented on...

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