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ACE FREHLEY To Reunite With His Former FREHLEY'S COMET Bandmates At This Year's 'Kruise Fest'

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Anchored by Ace Frehley's touring musicians, the group will be joined by Grammy winners John Regan and Bob Kulick, and artists including Richie Scarlet and Tod Howarth, with more to be announced. Closing out the night will be Sebastian Bach performing a full set consisting of the first SKID ROW album in its entirety! Tuesday will feature a non-make-up acoustic set by KISSTERIOUS, a tribute band from The Netherlands, followed by front man extraordinaire John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE, RATT, THE DEAD DAISIES) performing poolside in what is sure to be a highlight of this two-day event. Hosting the pool party will be Steve Mitchell, "ChippenPaul Stanley" of the Las Vegas tribute SINCITY KISS. The evening set begins with KISS AMERICA (Florida's ultimate KISS tribute band!), followed by international recording act THUNDER MOTHER from Sweden, and RETURN OF THE COMET (featuring members of FREHLEY'S COMET). Tuesday's headliner will be none other than the Spaceman himself, Ace Frehley! Ace will be performing a full set with his band AND will jam two songs with RETURN OF THE COMET for a once-in-a-lifetime experience for those in attendance. Throughout both days, between-set tunes will be provided by Miami's own "Kiss Kruise" alum DJ Noiz, entertaining the crowd with favorite rock songs and mixes. Also on site will be an International KISS Exchange And Rock-n-Roll Expo featuring vendors selling KISS and rock memorabilia. Special Expo guests in attendance Tuesday will be Jake J and the Killjoys, former KISS security Big John Harte, KISS and DIO album designer Ken Kelly, and several KISS podcast representatives. Fans will have the chance to meet and interact with all special guests! General Admission tickets are only $85 and admit you to all the shows in the concert hall on both days. For tickets and hotel and event details, go to www.kruisefest.com. Frehley previously reunited with his former FREHLEY'S COMET bandmates John Regan and Tod Howarth to perform the songs "Rock Soldiers" and "Cold Gin" during the original KISS guitarist's September 2017 concert in Poughkeepsie, New York. Howarth was in FREHLEY'S COMET from 1986 to 1988 and was in the group's last three lineups. Both Frehley and Regan were members of FREHLEY'S COMET for the duration of the band's four-year existence. [post_excerpt] => This October, sailing out of Miami, Florida, the ninth annual "Kiss Kruise" will take to the high seas with over 3,000 KISS fans aboard and ready to rock. Each year, in true Kiss Army style, various fan-organized pre-kruise parties and reunions are held in the city of departure. This year, nine-time kruisers Joe D'Angelo and Jay Jadofsky are teaming up with fellow kruisers Neil Davis and Bill Alward to present "Kruise Fest" a two-day music festival and rock and roll expo at the DoubleTree Hilton Convention Center in Miami, Florida. The event takes place on Monday, October 28 and Tuesday, October 29 with a lineup of Grammy winners and rock standouts. Opening the Monday show are fan favorites JADED PAST and "Kiss Kruise" alumni THE NO. 13'S. They are followed by an amazing performance by the KRUISE FEST ALL-STAR BAND. Anchored by Ace Frehley's touring musicians, the group will be joined by Grammy winners John Regan and Bob Kulick, and artists including Richie Scarlet and Tod Howarth, with more to be announced. Closing out the night will be Sebastian Bach performing a full set consisting of the first SKID ROW album in its entirety! Tuesday will feature a non-make-up acoustic set by KISSTERIOUS, a tribute band from The Netherlands, followed by front man extraordinaire John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE, RATT, THE DEAD DAISIES) performing poolside in what is sure to be a highlight of this two-day event. Hosting the pool party will be Steve Mitchell, "ChippenPaul Stanley" of the Las Vegas tribute SINCITY KISS. The evening set begins with KISS AMERICA (Florida's ultimate KISS tribute band!), followed by international recording act THUNDER MOTHER from Sweden, and RETURN OF THE COMET (featuring members of FREHLEY'S COMET). Tuesday's headliner will be none other than the Spaceman himself, Ace Frehley! Ace will be performing a full set with his band AND will jam two songs with RETURN OF THE COMET for a once-in-a-lifetime experience for those in attendance. Throughout both days, between-set tunes will be provided by Miami's own "Kiss Kruise" alum DJ Noiz, entertaining the crowd with favorite rock songs and mixes. Also on site will be an International KISS Exchange And Rock-n-Roll Expo featuring vendors selling KISS and rock memorabilia. Special Expo guests in attendance Tuesday will be Jake J and the Killjoys, former KISS security Big John Harte, KISS and DIO album designer Ken Kelly, and several KISS podcast representatives. Fans will have the chance to meet and interact with all special guests! General Admission tickets are only $85 and admit you to all the shows in the concert hall on both days. For tickets and hotel and event details, go to www.kruisefest.com. Frehley previously reunited with his former FREHLEY'S COMET bandmates John Regan and Tod Howarth to perform the songs "Rock Soldiers" and "Cold Gin" during the original KISS guitarist's September 2017 concert in Poughkeepsie, New York. Howarth was in FREHLEY'S COMET from 1986 to 1988 and was in the group's last three lineups. Both Frehley and Regan were members of FREHLEY'S COMET for the duration of the band's four-year existence. 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Replacing images : - ON This October, sailing out of Miami, Florida, the ninth annual "Kiss Kruise" will take to the high seas with over 3,000 KISS fans aboard and ready to rock. Each year, in true Kiss Army style, various fan-organized pre-kruise parties and reunions are held in the city of departure. This year, nine-time kruisers Joe D'Angelo and Jay Jadofsky are teaming up with fellow kruisers Neil Davis and Bill Alward to present "Kruise Fest" a two-day music festival and rock and roll expo at the DoubleTree Hilton Convention Center in Miami, Florida. The event takes place on Monday, October 28 and Tuesday, October 29 with a lineup of Grammy winners and rock standouts. Opening the Monday show are fan favorites JADED PAST and "Kiss Kruise" alumni THE NO. 13'S. They are followed by an amazing performance by the KRUISE FEST ALL-STAR BAND. Anchored by Ace Frehley's touring musicians, the group will be joined by Grammy winners John Regan and Bob Kulick, and artists including Richie Scarlet and Tod Howarth, with more to be announced. Closing out the night will be Sebastian Bach performing a full set consisting of the first SKID ROW album in its entirety! Tuesday will feature a non-make-up acoustic set by KISSTERIOUS, a tribute band from The Netherlands, followed by front man extraordinaire John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE, RATT, THE DEAD DAISIES) performing poolside in what is sure to be a highlight of this two-day event. Hosting the pool party will be Steve Mitchell, "ChippenPaul Stanley" of the Las Vegas tribute SINCITY KISS. The evening set begins with KISS AMERICA (Florida's ultimate KISS tribute band!), followed by international recording act THUNDER MOTHER from Sweden, and RETURN OF THE COMET (featuring members of FREHLEY'S COMET). Tuesday's headliner will be none other than the Spaceman himself, Ace Frehley! Ace will be performing a full set with his band AND will jam two songs with RETURN OF THE COMET for a once-in-a-lifetime experience for those in attendance. Throughout both days, between-set tunes will be provided by Miami's own "Kiss Kruise" alum DJ Noiz, entertaining the crowd with favorite rock songs and mixes. Also on site will be an International KISS Exchange And Rock-n-Roll Expo featuring vendors selling KISS and rock memorabilia. Special Expo guests in attendance Tuesday will be Jake J and the Killjoys, former KISS security Big John Harte, KISS and DIO album designer Ken Kelly, and several KISS podcast representatives. Fans will have the chance to meet and interact with all special guests! General Admission tickets are only $85 and admit you to all the shows in the concert hall on both days. For tickets and hotel and event details, go to www.kruisefest.com. Frehley previously reunited with his former FREHLEY'S COMET bandmates John Regan and Tod Howarth to perform the songs "Rock Soldiers" and "Cold Gin" during the original KISS guitarist's September 2017 concert in Poughkeepsie, New York. Howarth was in FREHLEY'S COMET from 1986 to 1988 and was in the group's last three lineups. Both Frehley and Regan were members of FREHLEY'S COMET for the duration of the band's four-year existence.

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Anchored by Ace Frehley's touring musicians, the group will be joined by Grammy winners John Regan and Bob Kulick, and artists including Richie Scarlet and Tod Howarth, with more to be announced. Closing out the night will be Sebastian Bach performing a full set consisting of the first SKID ROW album in its entirety! Tuesday will feature a non-make-up acoustic set by KISSTERIOUS, a tribute band from The Netherlands, followed by front man extraordinaire John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE, RATT, THE DEAD DAISIES) performing poolside in what is sure to be a highlight of this two-day event. Hosting the pool party will be Steve Mitchell, "ChippenPaul Stanley" of the Las Vegas tribute SINCITY KISS. The evening set begins with KISS AMERICA (Florida's ultimate KISS tribute band!), followed by international recording act THUNDER MOTHER from Sweden, and RETURN OF THE COMET (featuring members of FREHLEY'S COMET). Tuesday's headliner will be none other than the Spaceman himself, Ace Frehley! Ace will be performing a full set with his band AND will jam two songs with RETURN OF THE COMET for a once-in-a-lifetime experience for those in attendance. Throughout both days, between-set tunes will be provided by Miami's own "Kiss Kruise" alum DJ Noiz, entertaining the crowd with favorite rock songs and mixes. Also on site will be an International KISS Exchange And Rock-n-Roll Expo featuring vendors selling KISS and rock memorabilia. Special Expo guests in attendance Tuesday will be Jake J and the Killjoys, former KISS security Big John Harte, KISS and DIO album designer Ken Kelly, and several KISS podcast representatives. Fans will have the chance to meet and interact with all special guests! General Admission tickets are only $85 and admit you to all the shows in the concert hall on both days. For tickets and hotel and event details, go to www.kruisefest.com. Frehley previously reunited with his former FREHLEY'S COMET bandmates John Regan and Tod Howarth to perform the songs "Rock Soldiers" and "Cold Gin" during the original KISS guitarist's September 2017 concert in Poughkeepsie, New York. Howarth was in FREHLEY'S COMET from 1986 to 1988 and was in the group's last three lineups. Both Frehley and Regan were members of FREHLEY'S COMET for the duration of the band's four-year existence. [post_excerpt] => This October, sailing out of Miami, Florida, the ninth annual "Kiss Kruise" will take to the high seas with over 3,000 KISS fans aboard and ready to rock. Each year, in true Kiss Army style, various fan-organized pre-kruise parties and reunions are held in the city of departure. This year, nine-time kruisers Joe D'Angelo and Jay Jadofsky are teaming up with fellow kruisers Neil Davis and Bill Alward to present "Kruise Fest" a two-day music festival and rock and roll expo at the DoubleTree Hilton Convention Center in Miami, Florida. The event takes place on Monday, October 28 and Tuesday, October 29 with a lineup of Grammy winners and rock standouts. Opening the Monday show are fan favorites JADED PAST and "Kiss Kruise" alumni THE NO. 13'S. They are followed by an amazing performance by the KRUISE FEST ALL-STAR BAND. Anchored by Ace Frehley's touring musicians, the group will be joined by Grammy winners John Regan and Bob Kulick, and artists including Richie Scarlet and Tod Howarth, with more to be announced. Closing out the night will be Sebastian Bach performing a full set consisting of the first SKID ROW album in its entirety! Tuesday will feature a non-make-up acoustic set by KISSTERIOUS, a tribute band from The Netherlands, followed by front man extraordinaire John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE, RATT, THE DEAD DAISIES) performing poolside in what is sure to be a highlight of this two-day event. Hosting the pool party will be Steve Mitchell, "ChippenPaul Stanley" of the Las Vegas tribute SINCITY KISS. The evening set begins with KISS AMERICA (Florida's ultimate KISS tribute band!), followed by international recording act THUNDER MOTHER from Sweden, and RETURN OF THE COMET (featuring members of FREHLEY'S COMET). Tuesday's headliner will be none other than the Spaceman himself, Ace Frehley! Ace will be performing a full set with his band AND will jam two songs with RETURN OF THE COMET for a once-in-a-lifetime experience for those in attendance. Throughout both days, between-set tunes will be provided by Miami's own "Kiss Kruise" alum DJ Noiz, entertaining the crowd with favorite rock songs and mixes. Also on site will be an International KISS Exchange And Rock-n-Roll Expo featuring vendors selling KISS and rock memorabilia. Special Expo guests in attendance Tuesday will be Jake J and the Killjoys, former KISS security Big John Harte, KISS and DIO album designer Ken Kelly, and several KISS podcast representatives. Fans will have the chance to meet and interact with all special guests! General Admission tickets are only $85 and admit you to all the shows in the concert hall on both days. For tickets and hotel and event details, go to www.kruisefest.com. Frehley previously reunited with his former FREHLEY'S COMET bandmates John Regan and Tod Howarth to perform the songs "Rock Soldiers" and "Cold Gin" during the original KISS guitarist's September 2017 concert in Poughkeepsie, New York. Howarth was in FREHLEY'S COMET from 1986 to 1988 and was in the group's last three lineups. Both Frehley and Regan were members of FREHLEY'S COMET for the duration of the band's four-year existence. 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Access to the museum will be available in multiple tiers: * Tier 1 will provide full access to the museum, (1) pit ticket, early access to the venue, plus unique fan photo opportunities and comes with an exclusive merch bundle available for purchase from * Tier 2 provides early venue and museum access, (1) premium ticket and exclusive merch. Full info VIP Packages and how to purchase can be found at cidentertainment.com. The "Knotfest Roadshow" will kick off its nationwide tour on July 26 in Mountain View, California. It will hit a further 29 cities, culminating at The Woodlands, Texas on September 8. SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor recently spoke to BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show With Daniel P. Carter" about the band's new live show, which received its world premiere on June 7 at Rockfest in Hyvinkää, Finland. "It's been really good," he said. "The set's been pounding. The show looks amazing. We're all playing really well. We're getting bigger pops from things like [last year's standalone single] 'All Out Life' than we do from stuff like 'Duality', which is nuts… Honestly, it's everything that we've wanted to do for years, and we just never had the budget and we had also had a lot of people around us telling us we couldn't do it… We want people all over the world to see the same show. If there's an A and B rig, they're identical. We don't wanna come in with some tired, half-assed bullshit. It's not who we are, and we've had to contend with that almost our entire career. So not only is it interactive — there's video, there's fire — but the whole set looks like an industrial complex. This is our attempt to create some IRON MAIDEN stuff, which is something we've been trying to do for a while." SLIPKNOT's European tour concluded on July 5 at the Resurrection Fest in Spain. The band's sixth album, "We Are Not Your Kind", will be released on August 9 via Roadrunner. The disc was once again recorded at a Los Angeles studio with producer Greg Fidelman, who engineered and mixed SLIPKNOT's 2004 album "Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)" and helmed 2014's ".5: The Gray Chapter". [post_excerpt] => With ten days to go until SLIPKNOT's momentous "Knotfest Roadshow" tour begins, details of the Slipknot Museum have been released. In addition to the strongest heavy rock lineup of the summer — SLIPKNOT with special guests VOLBEAT, GOJIRA and BEHEMOTH — the "Knotfest Roadshow" will feature a specially curated version of the hugely popular Slipknot Museum. The mobile installation will be traveling with the tour and available to view in each city. An immersive exhibit showcasing items from SLIPKNOT and Knotfest history, including instruments, memorabilia, wardrobe and personal never-before-seen items. Access to the museum will be available in multiple tiers: * Tier 1 will provide full access to the museum, (1) pit ticket, early access to the venue, plus unique fan photo opportunities and comes with an exclusive merch bundle available for purchase from * Tier 2 provides early venue and museum access, (1) premium ticket and exclusive merch. Full info VIP Packages and how to purchase can be found at cidentertainment.com. The "Knotfest Roadshow" will kick off its nationwide tour on July 26 in Mountain View, California. It will hit a further 29 cities, culminating at The Woodlands, Texas on September 8. SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor recently spoke to BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show With Daniel P. Carter" about the band's new live show, which received its world premiere on June 7 at Rockfest in Hyvinkää, Finland. "It's been really good," he said. "The set's been pounding. The show looks amazing. We're all playing really well. We're getting bigger pops from things like [last year's standalone single] 'All Out Life' than we do from stuff like 'Duality', which is nuts… Honestly, it's everything that we've wanted to do for years, and we just never had the budget and we had also had a lot of people around us telling us we couldn't do it… We want people all over the world to see the same show. If there's an A and B rig, they're identical. We don't wanna come in with some tired, half-assed bullshit. It's not who we are, and we've had to contend with that almost our entire career. So not only is it interactive — there's video, there's fire — but the whole set looks like an industrial complex. This is our attempt to create some IRON MAIDEN stuff, which is something we've been trying to do for a while." SLIPKNOT's European tour concluded on July 5 at the Resurrection Fest in Spain. The band's sixth album, "We Are Not Your Kind", will be released on August 9 via Roadrunner. The disc was once again recorded at a Los Angeles studio with producer Greg Fidelman, who engineered and mixed SLIPKNOT's 2004 album "Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)" and helmed 2014's ".5: The Gray Chapter". 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Replacing images : - ON With ten days to go until SLIPKNOT's momentous "Knotfest Roadshow" tour begins, details of the Slipknot Museum have been released. In addition to the strongest heavy rock lineup of the summer — SLIPKNOT with special guests VOLBEAT, GOJIRA and BEHEMOTH — the "Knotfest Roadshow" will feature a specially curated version of the hugely popular Slipknot Museum. The mobile installation will be traveling with the tour and available to view in each city. An immersive exhibit showcasing items from SLIPKNOT and Knotfest history, including instruments, memorabilia, wardrobe and personal never-before-seen items. Access to the museum will be available in multiple tiers: * Tier 1 will provide full access to the museum, (1) pit ticket, early access to the venue, plus unique fan photo opportunities and comes with an exclusive merch bundle available for purchase from * Tier 2 provides early venue and museum access, (1) premium ticket and exclusive merch. Full info VIP Packages and how to purchase can be found at cidentertainment.com. The "Knotfest Roadshow" will kick off its nationwide tour on July 26 in Mountain View, California. It will hit a further 29 cities, culminating at The Woodlands, Texas on September 8. SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor recently spoke to BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show With Daniel P. Carter" about the band's new live show, which received its world premiere on June 7 at Rockfest in Hyvinkää, Finland. "It's been really good," he said. "The set's been pounding. The show looks amazing. We're all playing really well. We're getting bigger pops from things like [last year's standalone single] 'All Out Life' than we do from stuff like 'Duality', which is nuts… Honestly, it's everything that we've wanted to do for years, and we just never had the budget and we had also had a lot of people around us telling us we couldn't do it… We want people all over the world to see the same show. If there's an A and B rig, they're identical. We don't wanna come in with some tired, half-assed bullshit. It's not who we are, and we've had to contend with that almost our entire career. So not only is it interactive — there's video, there's fire — but the whole set looks like an industrial complex. This is our attempt to create some IRON MAIDEN stuff, which is something we've been trying to do for a while." SLIPKNOT's European tour concluded on July 5 at the Resurrection Fest in Spain. The band's sixth album, "We Are Not Your Kind", will be released on August 9 via Roadrunner. The disc was once again recorded at a Los Angeles studio with producer Greg Fidelman, who engineered and mixed SLIPKNOT's 2004 album "Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)" and helmed 2014's ".5: The Gray Chapter".

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Array ( [post_title] => SLIPKNOT's 'Knotfest Roadshow': 'Slipknot Museum' Details And VIP Packages Announced [post_content] => With ten days to go until SLIPKNOT's momentous "Knotfest Roadshow" tour begins, details of the Slipknot Museum have been released. In addition to the strongest heavy rock lineup of the summer — SLIPKNOT with special guests VOLBEAT, GOJIRA and BEHEMOTH — the "Knotfest Roadshow" will feature a specially curated version of the hugely popular Slipknot Museum. The mobile installation will be traveling with the tour and available to view in each city. An immersive exhibit showcasing items from SLIPKNOT and Knotfest history, including instruments, memorabilia, wardrobe and personal never-before-seen items. Access to the museum will be available in multiple tiers: * Tier 1 will provide full access to the museum, (1) pit ticket, early access to the venue, plus unique fan photo opportunities and comes with an exclusive merch bundle available for purchase from * Tier 2 provides early venue and museum access, (1) premium ticket and exclusive merch. Full info VIP Packages and how to purchase can be found at cidentertainment.com. The "Knotfest Roadshow" will kick off its nationwide tour on July 26 in Mountain View, California. It will hit a further 29 cities, culminating at The Woodlands, Texas on September 8. SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor recently spoke to BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show With Daniel P. Carter" about the band's new live show, which received its world premiere on June 7 at Rockfest in Hyvinkää, Finland. "It's been really good," he said. "The set's been pounding. The show looks amazing. We're all playing really well. We're getting bigger pops from things like [last year's standalone single] 'All Out Life' than we do from stuff like 'Duality', which is nuts… Honestly, it's everything that we've wanted to do for years, and we just never had the budget and we had also had a lot of people around us telling us we couldn't do it… We want people all over the world to see the same show. If there's an A and B rig, they're identical. We don't wanna come in with some tired, half-assed bullshit. It's not who we are, and we've had to contend with that almost our entire career. So not only is it interactive — there's video, there's fire — but the whole set looks like an industrial complex. This is our attempt to create some IRON MAIDEN stuff, which is something we've been trying to do for a while." SLIPKNOT's European tour concluded on July 5 at the Resurrection Fest in Spain. The band's sixth album, "We Are Not Your Kind", will be released on August 9 via Roadrunner. The disc was once again recorded at a Los Angeles studio with producer Greg Fidelman, who engineered and mixed SLIPKNOT's 2004 album "Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)" and helmed 2014's ".5: The Gray Chapter". [post_excerpt] => With ten days to go until SLIPKNOT's momentous "Knotfest Roadshow" tour begins, details of the Slipknot Museum have been released. In addition to the strongest heavy rock lineup of the summer — SLIPKNOT with special guests VOLBEAT, GOJIRA and BEHEMOTH — the "Knotfest Roadshow" will feature a specially curated version of the hugely popular Slipknot Museum. The mobile installation will be traveling with the tour and available to view in each city. An immersive exhibit showcasing items from SLIPKNOT and Knotfest history, including instruments, memorabilia, wardrobe and personal never-before-seen items. Access to the museum will be available in multiple tiers: * Tier 1 will provide full access to the museum, (1) pit ticket, early access to the venue, plus unique fan photo opportunities and comes with an exclusive merch bundle available for purchase from * Tier 2 provides early venue and museum access, (1) premium ticket and exclusive merch. Full info VIP Packages and how to purchase can be found at cidentertainment.com. The "Knotfest Roadshow" will kick off its nationwide tour on July 26 in Mountain View, California. It will hit a further 29 cities, culminating at The Woodlands, Texas on September 8. SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor recently spoke to BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show With Daniel P. Carter" about the band's new live show, which received its world premiere on June 7 at Rockfest in Hyvinkää, Finland. "It's been really good," he said. "The set's been pounding. The show looks amazing. We're all playing really well. We're getting bigger pops from things like [last year's standalone single] 'All Out Life' than we do from stuff like 'Duality', which is nuts… Honestly, it's everything that we've wanted to do for years, and we just never had the budget and we had also had a lot of people around us telling us we couldn't do it… We want people all over the world to see the same show. If there's an A and B rig, they're identical. We don't wanna come in with some tired, half-assed bullshit. It's not who we are, and we've had to contend with that almost our entire career. So not only is it interactive — there's video, there's fire — but the whole set looks like an industrial complex. This is our attempt to create some IRON MAIDEN stuff, which is something we've been trying to do for a while." SLIPKNOT's European tour concluded on July 5 at the Resurrection Fest in Spain. The band's sixth album, "We Are Not Your Kind", will be released on August 9 via Roadrunner. The disc was once again recorded at a Los Angeles studio with producer Greg Fidelman, who engineered and mixed SLIPKNOT's 2004 album "Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)" and helmed 2014's ".5: The Gray Chapter". 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QUIET RIOT To Release 'Hollywood Cowboys' Album In November

Array ( [post_title] => QUIET RIOT To Release 'Hollywood Cowboys' Album In November [post_content] => Veteran rockers QUIET RIOT will release their new studio album, "Hollywood Cowboys", on November 8 via Frontiers Music Srl. The track listing for the follow-up to 2017's "Road Rage" is as follows: 01. Don't Call It Love 02. In The Blood 03. Heartbreak City 04. The Devil That You Know 05. Change Or Die 06. Roll On 07. Insanity 08. Hellbender 09. Wild Horses 10. Holding On 11. Last Outcast 12. Arrows And Angels The cover artwork can be found below. QUIET RIOT drummer Frankie Banali told Canada's The Metal Voice about the musical direction of "Hollywood Cowboys": "From my perspective, it is the most varied QUIET RIOT record that I have ever worked on. So I think it's gonna cover a lot of bases, I think it's going to surprise a lot of people, and I hope it'll be a pleasant surprise. But, again, it's the most varied record that I think QUIET RIOT has ever done. 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He was 52 years old. Banali resurrected QUIET RIOT in 2010, three years after DuBrow's death. QUIET RIOT initially featured the late guitar legend Randy Rhoads and went through some early lineup shifts before securing the musicians that recorded the band's multi-platinum-selling 1983 album "Metal Health". Bassist Chuck Wright has been a part of QUIET RIOT, on and off, since 1982, having initially been involved in the "Metal Health" recordings (he played bass on the tracks "Metal Health" and "Don't Wanna Let You Go"). Guitarist Alex Grossi was in the last version of the band, from 2004 through 2007, before Kevin passed away, and was asked by Banali to return in 2010. QUIET RIOT went through two vocalists — Mark Huff and Scott Vokoun — before settling on Jizzy Pearl in 2013. Pearl announced his exit from QUIET RIOT in October 2016 and was briefly replaced by Seann Nichols, who played only five shows with the group before the March 2017 arrival of "American Idol" finalist Durbin. QUIET RIOT's performance at last year's Frontiers Rock Festival was released in January on CD/DVD and Blu-ray under the title "One Night In Milan". [post_excerpt] => Veteran rockers QUIET RIOT will release their new studio album, "Hollywood Cowboys", on November 8 via Frontiers Music Srl. The track listing for the follow-up to 2017's "Road Rage" is as follows: 01. Don't Call It Love 02. In The Blood 03. Heartbreak City 04. The Devil That You Know 05. Change Or Die 06. Roll On 07. Insanity 08. Hellbender 09. Wild Horses 10. Holding On 11. Last Outcast 12. Arrows And Angels The cover artwork can be found below. QUIET RIOT drummer Frankie Banali told Canada's The Metal Voice about the musical direction of "Hollywood Cowboys": "From my perspective, it is the most varied QUIET RIOT record that I have ever worked on. So I think it's gonna cover a lot of bases, I think it's going to surprise a lot of people, and I hope it'll be a pleasant surprise. 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So that continues with the future QUIET RIOT studio release." DuBrow died in November 2007 of an accidental cocaine overdose. He was 52 years old. Banali resurrected QUIET RIOT in 2010, three years after DuBrow's death. QUIET RIOT initially featured the late guitar legend Randy Rhoads and went through some early lineup shifts before securing the musicians that recorded the band's multi-platinum-selling 1983 album "Metal Health". Bassist Chuck Wright has been a part of QUIET RIOT, on and off, since 1982, having initially been involved in the "Metal Health" recordings (he played bass on the tracks "Metal Health" and "Don't Wanna Let You Go"). Guitarist Alex Grossi was in the last version of the band, from 2004 through 2007, before Kevin passed away, and was asked by Banali to return in 2010. QUIET RIOT went through two vocalists — Mark Huff and Scott Vokoun — before settling on Jizzy Pearl in 2013. 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Replacing images : - ON Veteran rockers QUIET RIOT will release their new studio album, "Hollywood Cowboys", on November 8 via Frontiers Music Srl. The track listing for the follow-up to 2017's "Road Rage" is as follows: 01. Don't Call It Love 02. In The Blood 03. Heartbreak City 04. The Devil That You Know 05. Change Or Die 06. Roll On 07. Insanity 08. Hellbender 09. Wild Horses 10. Holding On 11. Last Outcast 12. Arrows And Angels The cover artwork can be found below. QUIET RIOT drummer Frankie Banali told Canada's The Metal Voice about the musical direction of "Hollywood Cowboys": "From my perspective, it is the most varied QUIET RIOT record that I have ever worked on. So I think it's gonna cover a lot of bases, I think it's going to surprise a lot of people, and I hope it'll be a pleasant surprise. But, again, it's the most varied record that I think QUIET RIOT has ever done. "My consideration always is — not because I have to, but because of the way I am — my first consideration when I'm writing something, and when I write together with my writing partner Neil Citron, is, 'Would [late QUIET RIOT singer] Kevin DuBrow like this?'" he continued. "And the greatest thing about Kevin is he was so open-minded and he had such a broad taste in music that there were very few things that he didn't like. For instance, on the [2006] 'Rehab' record, some of the things that Neil and I wrote Kevin really liked but it was not in his comfort zone, which is why we went out and had some of the lyrics co-written by Glenn Hughes. But, again, a lot of credit goes to Kevin, whereas I could play him a song and he would love it, and he would say, 'I don't know what to do with this.' But that did not make it impossible for it to be on the record. So that continues with the future QUIET RIOT studio release." DuBrow died in November 2007 of an accidental cocaine overdose. He was 52 years old. Banali resurrected QUIET RIOT in 2010, three years after DuBrow's death. QUIET RIOT initially featured the late guitar legend Randy Rhoads and went through some early lineup shifts before securing the musicians that recorded the band's multi-platinum-selling 1983 album "Metal Health". Bassist Chuck Wright has been a part of QUIET RIOT, on and off, since 1982, having initially been involved in the "Metal Health" recordings (he played bass on the tracks "Metal Health" and "Don't Wanna Let You Go"). Guitarist Alex Grossi was in the last version of the band, from 2004 through 2007, before Kevin passed away, and was asked by Banali to return in 2010. QUIET RIOT went through two vocalists — Mark Huff and Scott Vokoun — before settling on Jizzy Pearl in 2013. Pearl announced his exit from QUIET RIOT in October 2016 and was briefly replaced by Seann Nichols, who played only five shows with the group before the March 2017 arrival of "American Idol" finalist Durbin. QUIET RIOT's performance at last year's Frontiers Rock Festival was released in January on CD/DVD and Blu-ray under the title "One Night In Milan".

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Array ( [post_title] => QUIET RIOT To Release 'Hollywood Cowboys' Album In November [post_content] => Veteran rockers QUIET RIOT will release their new studio album, "Hollywood Cowboys", on November 8 via Frontiers Music Srl. The track listing for the follow-up to 2017's "Road Rage" is as follows: 01. Don't Call It Love 02. In The Blood 03. Heartbreak City 04. The Devil That You Know 05. Change Or Die 06. Roll On 07. Insanity 08. Hellbender 09. Wild Horses 10. Holding On 11. Last Outcast 12. Arrows And Angels The cover artwork can be found below. QUIET RIOT drummer Frankie Banali told Canada's The Metal Voice about the musical direction of "Hollywood Cowboys": "From my perspective, it is the most varied QUIET RIOT record that I have ever worked on. So I think it's gonna cover a lot of bases, I think it's going to surprise a lot of people, and I hope it'll be a pleasant surprise. But, again, it's the most varied record that I think QUIET RIOT has ever done. "My consideration always is — not because I have to, but because of the way I am — my first consideration when I'm writing something, and when I write together with my writing partner Neil Citron, is, 'Would [late QUIET RIOT singer] Kevin DuBrow like this?'" he continued. "And the greatest thing about Kevin is he was so open-minded and he had such a broad taste in music that there were very few things that he didn't like. For instance, on the [2006] 'Rehab' record, some of the things that Neil and I wrote Kevin really liked but it was not in his comfort zone, which is why we went out and had some of the lyrics co-written by Glenn Hughes. But, again, a lot of credit goes to Kevin, whereas I could play him a song and he would love it, and he would say, 'I don't know what to do with this.' But that did not make it impossible for it to be on the record. So that continues with the future QUIET RIOT studio release." DuBrow died in November 2007 of an accidental cocaine overdose. He was 52 years old. Banali resurrected QUIET RIOT in 2010, three years after DuBrow's death. QUIET RIOT initially featured the late guitar legend Randy Rhoads and went through some early lineup shifts before securing the musicians that recorded the band's multi-platinum-selling 1983 album "Metal Health". Bassist Chuck Wright has been a part of QUIET RIOT, on and off, since 1982, having initially been involved in the "Metal Health" recordings (he played bass on the tracks "Metal Health" and "Don't Wanna Let You Go"). Guitarist Alex Grossi was in the last version of the band, from 2004 through 2007, before Kevin passed away, and was asked by Banali to return in 2010. QUIET RIOT went through two vocalists — Mark Huff and Scott Vokoun — before settling on Jizzy Pearl in 2013. Pearl announced his exit from QUIET RIOT in October 2016 and was briefly replaced by Seann Nichols, who played only five shows with the group before the March 2017 arrival of "American Idol" finalist Durbin. QUIET RIOT's performance at last year's Frontiers Rock Festival was released in January on CD/DVD and Blu-ray under the title "One Night In Milan". [post_excerpt] => Veteran rockers QUIET RIOT will release their new studio album, "Hollywood Cowboys", on November 8 via Frontiers Music Srl. The track listing for the follow-up to 2017's "Road Rage" is as follows: 01. Don't Call It Love 02. In The Blood 03. Heartbreak City 04. The Devil That You Know 05. Change Or Die 06. Roll On 07. Insanity 08. Hellbender 09. Wild Horses 10. Holding On 11. Last Outcast 12. Arrows And Angels The cover artwork can be found below. QUIET RIOT drummer Frankie Banali told Canada's The Metal Voice about the musical direction of "Hollywood Cowboys": "From my perspective, it is the most varied QUIET RIOT record that I have ever worked on. So I think it's gonna cover a lot of bases, I think it's going to surprise a lot of people, and I hope it'll be a pleasant surprise. But, again, it's the most varied record that I think QUIET RIOT has ever done. "My consideration always is — not because I have to, but because of the way I am — my first consideration when I'm writing something, and when I write together with my writing partner Neil Citron, is, 'Would [late QUIET RIOT singer] Kevin DuBrow like this?'" he continued. "And the greatest thing about Kevin is he was so open-minded and he had such a broad taste in music that there were very few things that he didn't like. For instance, on the [2006] 'Rehab' record, some of the things that Neil and I wrote Kevin really liked but it was not in his comfort zone, which is why we went out and had some of the lyrics co-written by Glenn Hughes. But, again, a lot of credit goes to Kevin, whereas I could play him a song and he would love it, and he would say, 'I don't know what to do with this.' But that did not make it impossible for it to be on the record. So that continues with the future QUIET RIOT studio release." DuBrow died in November 2007 of an accidental cocaine overdose. He was 52 years old. Banali resurrected QUIET RIOT in 2010, three years after DuBrow's death. QUIET RIOT initially featured the late guitar legend Randy Rhoads and went through some early lineup shifts before securing the musicians that recorded the band's multi-platinum-selling 1983 album "Metal Health". Bassist Chuck Wright has been a part of QUIET RIOT, on and off, since 1982, having initially been involved in the "Metal Health" recordings (he played bass on the tracks "Metal Health" and "Don't Wanna Let You Go"). Guitarist Alex Grossi was in the last version of the band, from 2004 through 2007, before Kevin passed away, and was asked by Banali to return in 2010. QUIET RIOT went through two vocalists — Mark Huff and Scott Vokoun — before settling on Jizzy Pearl in 2013. Pearl announced his exit from QUIET RIOT in October 2016 and was briefly replaced by Seann Nichols, who played only five shows with the group before the March 2017 arrival of "American Idol" finalist Durbin. QUIET RIOT's performance at last year's Frontiers Rock Festival was released in January on CD/DVD and Blu-ray under the title "One Night In Milan". 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Array ( [post_title] => New Photo Of DAVE MUSTAINE In Pre-Production For MEGADETH's 16th Studio Album [post_content] => MEGADETH drummer Dirk Verbeuren has uploaded a new Instagram photo of frontman Dave Mustaine working in pre-production on the band's upcoming 16th studio album. The sessions for the disc are taking place in Franklin, Tennessee with co-producer Chris Rakestraw, who previously worked on 2016's "Dystopia" album. Dirk wrote in an accompanying caption: "@davemustaine doing what he does best: riff like a king! #davemustaine #megaalbum16 #megadeth" The 57-year-old MEGADETH leader announced his cancer diagnosis on June 17 on social media. He said that he has already begun treatment as part of a plan that his doctors feel has a "90% success rate." Although most of MEGADETH's previously announced 2019 tour dates have been canceled as Mustaine undergoes treatment, the MEGADETH-curated Megacruise — which is set to take place October 13-19 — will still depart as scheduled, and the band will be a part of it in some form. MEGADETH guitarist Kiko Loureiro recently said about the progress of the songwriting sessions for the band's new disc: "Every day, [Mustaine is] coming here and then we work — I don't know — a few hours, and then take a break, and he rests or [goes] and [does] something else, and then he comes back. So we might be working, like, five or six hours with Dave, and then a little bit more with the producer, with Rakestraw. We're listening to the stuff we did and changing little things and sometimes even trying to write new ideas. We have a lot of ideas here, a lot of songs. So while Dave has energy, we're working. "We're not recording yet, so we're just composing — creating ideas and taking the time before we go to the studio," Kiko explained. "And it depends on Dave's ability to sing, of course. But he's playing guitar, so we're still developing the songs and ideas. That's what we're doing without any other more specific plan, because every day we see what's happening." Kiko made his recording debut with MEGADETH on "Dystopia", whose title track was honored in the "Best Metal Performance" category at the 2017 Grammy Awards. Mustaine and bassist David Ellefson are the two remaining original members of MEGADETH, which was formed in 1983, following Mustaine's dismissal from METALLICA.

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[post_excerpt] => MEGADETH drummer Dirk Verbeuren has uploaded a new Instagram photo of frontman Dave Mustaine working in pre-production on the band's upcoming 16th studio album. The sessions for the disc are taking place in Franklin, Tennessee with co-producer Chris Rakestraw, who previously worked on 2016's "Dystopia" album. Dirk wrote in an accompanying caption: "@davemustaine doing what he does best: riff like a king! #davemustaine #megaalbum16 #megadeth" The 57-year-old MEGADETH leader announced his cancer diagnosis on June 17 on social media. He said that he has already begun treatment as part of a plan that his doctors feel has a "90% success rate." Although most of MEGADETH's previously announced 2019 tour dates have been canceled as Mustaine undergoes treatment, the MEGADETH-curated Megacruise — which is set to take place October 13-19 — will still depart as scheduled, and the band will be a part of it in some form. MEGADETH guitarist Kiko Loureiro recently said about the progress of the songwriting sessions for the band's new disc: "Every day, [Mustaine is] coming here and then we work — I don't know — a few hours, and then take a break, and he rests or [goes] and [does] something else, and then he comes back. So we might be working, like, five or six hours with Dave, and then a little bit more with the producer, with Rakestraw. We're listening to the stuff we did and changing little things and sometimes even trying to write new ideas. We have a lot of ideas here, a lot of songs. So while Dave has energy, we're working. "We're not recording yet, so we're just composing — creating ideas and taking the time before we go to the studio," Kiko explained. "And it depends on Dave's ability to sing, of course. But he's playing guitar, so we're still developing the songs and ideas. That's what we're doing without any other more specific plan, because every day we see what's happening." Kiko made his recording debut with MEGADETH on "Dystopia", whose title track was honored in the "Best Metal Performance" category at the 2017 Grammy Awards. Mustaine and bassist David Ellefson are the two remaining original members of MEGADETH, which was formed in 1983, following Mustaine's dismissal from METALLICA.
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Array ( [post_title] => New Photo Of DAVE MUSTAINE In Pre-Production For MEGADETH's 16th Studio Album [post_content] => MEGADETH drummer Dirk Verbeuren has uploaded a new Instagram photo of frontman Dave Mustaine working in pre-production on the band's upcoming 16th studio album. The sessions for the disc are taking place in Franklin, Tennessee with co-producer Chris Rakestraw, who previously worked on 2016's "Dystopia" album. Dirk wrote in an accompanying caption: "@davemustaine doing what he does best: riff like a king! #davemustaine #megaalbum16 #megadeth" The 57-year-old MEGADETH leader announced his cancer diagnosis on June 17 on social media. He said that he has already begun treatment as part of a plan that his doctors feel has a "90% success rate." Although most of MEGADETH's previously announced 2019 tour dates have been canceled as Mustaine undergoes treatment, the MEGADETH-curated Megacruise — which is set to take place October 13-19 — will still depart as scheduled, and the band will be a part of it in some form. MEGADETH guitarist Kiko Loureiro recently said about the progress of the songwriting sessions for the band's new disc: "Every day, [Mustaine is] coming here and then we work — I don't know — a few hours, and then take a break, and he rests or [goes] and [does] something else, and then he comes back. So we might be working, like, five or six hours with Dave, and then a little bit more with the producer, with Rakestraw. We're listening to the stuff we did and changing little things and sometimes even trying to write new ideas. We have a lot of ideas here, a lot of songs. So while Dave has energy, we're working. "We're not recording yet, so we're just composing — creating ideas and taking the time before we go to the studio," Kiko explained. "And it depends on Dave's ability to sing, of course. But he's playing guitar, so we're still developing the songs and ideas. That's what we're doing without any other more specific plan, because every day we see what's happening." Kiko made his recording debut with MEGADETH on "Dystopia", whose title track was honored in the "Best Metal Performance" category at the 2017 Grammy Awards. Mustaine and bassist David Ellefson are the two remaining original members of MEGADETH, which was formed in 1983, following Mustaine's dismissal from METALLICA.

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[post_excerpt] => MEGADETH drummer Dirk Verbeuren has uploaded a new Instagram photo of frontman Dave Mustaine working in pre-production on the band's upcoming 16th studio album. The sessions for the disc are taking place in Franklin, Tennessee with co-producer Chris Rakestraw, who previously worked on 2016's "Dystopia" album. Dirk wrote in an accompanying caption: "@davemustaine doing what he does best: riff like a king! #davemustaine #megaalbum16 #megadeth" The 57-year-old MEGADETH leader announced his cancer diagnosis on June 17 on social media. He said that he has already begun treatment as part of a plan that his doctors feel has a "90% success rate." Although most of MEGADETH's previously announced 2019 tour dates have been canceled as Mustaine undergoes treatment, the MEGADETH-curated Megacruise — which is set to take place October 13-19 — will still depart as scheduled, and the band will be a part of it in some form. MEGADETH guitarist Kiko Loureiro recently said about the progress of the songwriting sessions for the band's new disc: "Every day, [Mustaine is] coming here and then we work — I don't know — a few hours, and then take a break, and he rests or [goes] and [does] something else, and then he comes back. So we might be working, like, five or six hours with Dave, and then a little bit more with the producer, with Rakestraw. We're listening to the stuff we did and changing little things and sometimes even trying to write new ideas. We have a lot of ideas here, a lot of songs. So while Dave has energy, we're working. "We're not recording yet, so we're just composing — creating ideas and taking the time before we go to the studio," Kiko explained. "And it depends on Dave's ability to sing, of course. But he's playing guitar, so we're still developing the songs and ideas. That's what we're doing without any other more specific plan, because every day we see what's happening." Kiko made his recording debut with MEGADETH on "Dystopia", whose title track was honored in the "Best Metal Performance" category at the 2017 Grammy Awards. Mustaine and bassist David Ellefson are the two remaining original members of MEGADETH, which was formed in 1983, following Mustaine's dismissal from METALLICA.
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Array ( [post_title] => ALICE COOPER Makes Surprise Speech At Ohio Church [post_content] => According to Fox 8, legendary rocker Alice Cooper gave a surprise speech at a Northeast Ohio church on Sunday. Cooper and his wife, Sheryl, attended service at the invitation of his friend, Pastor Alistair Begg of Parkside Church in Chagrin Falls. During an intimate conversation from the pulpit, Cooper spoke openly about his darkest demons and his biggest triumphs. "I went as far away from the church as I could and of course I became an alcoholic; I became a drug addict and Sheryl lived through that with me," Cooper said. The 71-year-old Cooper has been outspoken about his religious awakening for quite some time. In a 2018 interview with New York Daily News, he said: "My wife and I are both Christian. My father was a pastor, my grandfather was an evangelist. I grew up in the church, went as far away as I could from it — almost died — and then came back to the church." Although he struggled with alcoholism before embracing religion, Alice said that he doesn't have trouble reconciling his shock-heavy musical persona with his religious beliefs. "There’s nothing in Christianity that says I can’t be a rock star," he said. "People have a very warped view of Christianity. They think it's all very precise and we never do wrong and we're praying all day and we're right-wing. It has nothing to do with that." Cooper reportedly attends church regularly and participates in Bible study.

[post_excerpt] => According to Fox 8, legendary rocker Alice Cooper gave a surprise speech at a Northeast Ohio church on Sunday. Cooper and his wife, Sheryl, attended service at the invitation of his friend, Pastor Alistair Begg of Parkside Church in Chagrin Falls. During an intimate conversation from the pulpit, Cooper spoke openly about his darkest demons and his biggest triumphs. "I went as far away from the church as I could and of course I became an alcoholic; I became a drug addict and Sheryl lived through that with me," Cooper said. The 71-year-old Cooper has been outspoken about his religious awakening for quite some time. In a 2018 interview with New York Daily News, he said: "My wife and I are both Christian. My father was a pastor, my grandfather was an evangelist. I grew up in the church, went as far away as I could from it — almost died — and then came back to the church." Although he struggled with alcoholism before embracing religion, Alice said that he doesn't have trouble reconciling his shock-heavy musical persona with his religious beliefs. "There’s nothing in Christianity that says I can’t be a rock star," he said. "People have a very warped view of Christianity. They think it's all very precise and we never do wrong and we're praying all day and we're right-wing. It has nothing to do with that." Cooper reportedly attends church regularly and participates in Bible study.
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Array ( [post_title] => ALICE COOPER Makes Surprise Speech At Ohio Church [post_content] => According to Fox 8, legendary rocker Alice Cooper gave a surprise speech at a Northeast Ohio church on Sunday. Cooper and his wife, Sheryl, attended service at the invitation of his friend, Pastor Alistair Begg of Parkside Church in Chagrin Falls. During an intimate conversation from the pulpit, Cooper spoke openly about his darkest demons and his biggest triumphs. "I went as far away from the church as I could and of course I became an alcoholic; I became a drug addict and Sheryl lived through that with me," Cooper said. The 71-year-old Cooper has been outspoken about his religious awakening for quite some time. In a 2018 interview with New York Daily News, he said: "My wife and I are both Christian. My father was a pastor, my grandfather was an evangelist. I grew up in the church, went as far away as I could from it — almost died — and then came back to the church." Although he struggled with alcoholism before embracing religion, Alice said that he doesn't have trouble reconciling his shock-heavy musical persona with his religious beliefs. "There’s nothing in Christianity that says I can’t be a rock star," he said. "People have a very warped view of Christianity. They think it's all very precise and we never do wrong and we're praying all day and we're right-wing. It has nothing to do with that." Cooper reportedly attends church regularly and participates in Bible study.

[post_excerpt] => According to Fox 8, legendary rocker Alice Cooper gave a surprise speech at a Northeast Ohio church on Sunday. Cooper and his wife, Sheryl, attended service at the invitation of his friend, Pastor Alistair Begg of Parkside Church in Chagrin Falls. During an intimate conversation from the pulpit, Cooper spoke openly about his darkest demons and his biggest triumphs. "I went as far away from the church as I could and of course I became an alcoholic; I became a drug addict and Sheryl lived through that with me," Cooper said. The 71-year-old Cooper has been outspoken about his religious awakening for quite some time. In a 2018 interview with New York Daily News, he said: "My wife and I are both Christian. My father was a pastor, my grandfather was an evangelist. I grew up in the church, went as far away as I could from it — almost died — and then came back to the church." Although he struggled with alcoholism before embracing religion, Alice said that he doesn't have trouble reconciling his shock-heavy musical persona with his religious beliefs. "There’s nothing in Christianity that says I can’t be a rock star," he said. "People have a very warped view of Christianity. They think it's all very precise and we never do wrong and we're praying all day and we're right-wing. It has nothing to do with that." Cooper reportedly attends church regularly and participates in Bible study.
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CRADLE OF FILTH Keyboardist/Vocalist LINDSAY SCHOOLCRAFT To Release 'Martyr' Solo Album In October

Array ( [post_title] => CRADLE OF FILTH Keyboardist/Vocalist LINDSAY SCHOOLCRAFT To Release 'Martyr' Solo Album In October [post_content] => CRADLE OF FILTH keyboardist and vocalist Lindsay Schoolcraft, an accomplished singer, songwriter, harpist, and pianist in her own right, will release her debut solo album on October 7. "Martyr", co-written by former EVANESCENCE drummer Rocky Gray, offers eleven tracks of entrancing gothic rock, influenced by Schoolcraft's background in classical music. Fans of EVANESCENCE, NIGHTWISH, and the like will appreciate "Martyr"'s lush, piano-driven arrangements, while CRADLE OF FILTH enthusiasts will enjoy hearing this darkly romantic side of Schoolcraft's music. Lindsay commented: "At last I can finally share with the world what I've been so vaguely teasing online for years. "I can't thank my fans enough for being so patient about this release. "Working with Rocky Gray has been a dream come true for me and the love I have for his work and my lyrical stories really shines through on this album. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I did creating and recording it." Based in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, Schoolcraft was discovered and recruited by British extreme heavy metal band CRADLE OF FILTH in 2013 and promoted to full-time membership in 2014. Since then, she has embarked on many world tours and appears on albums "Hammer Of The Witches" (2015) and "Cryptoriana: The Seductiveness Of Decay" (2017), both released under Nuclear Blast Records. In addition, Lindsay is a co-founder in the classical meets black metal ensemble ANTIQVA alongside co-creator and guttural vocalist Xenoyr (NE OBLIVISCARIS). She also has a character, Skvllcraft, modeled after her stage persona in the black metal comic "Belzebubs"; Lindsay contributed her vocals as said character on their album "Pantheon Of The Nightside Gods" (2019, Century Media Records). [post_excerpt] => CRADLE OF FILTH keyboardist and vocalist Lindsay Schoolcraft, an accomplished singer, songwriter, harpist, and pianist in her own right, will release her debut solo album on October 7. "Martyr", co-written by former EVANESCENCE drummer Rocky Gray, offe... [post_date_gmt] => 2019-07-16 18:07:17 [post_date] => 2019-07-16 14:07:17 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-07-16 18:07:17 [post_modified] => 2019-07-16 14:07:17 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://587c5912e50537572dff86126107a656 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => BLABBERMOUTH.NET [syndication_source_uri] => http://www.blabbermouth.net [syndication_source_id] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed_id] => 2 [syndication_permalink] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/cradle-of-filth-keyboardist-vocalist-lindsay-schoolcraft-to-release-martyr-solo-album-in-october/ [syndication_item_hash] => 3a3000a69065f71bb694aa304a21e8ce ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 3 [tax_input] => Array ( [category] => Array ( [0] => 6 [1] => 12 ) [post_tag] => Array ( ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

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Array ( [post_title] => CRADLE OF FILTH Keyboardist/Vocalist LINDSAY SCHOOLCRAFT To Release 'Martyr' Solo Album In October [post_content] => CRADLE OF FILTH keyboardist and vocalist Lindsay Schoolcraft, an accomplished singer, songwriter, harpist, and pianist in her own right, will release her debut solo album on October 7. "Martyr", co-written by former EVANESCENCE drummer Rocky Gray, offers eleven tracks of entrancing gothic rock, influenced by Schoolcraft's background in classical music. Fans of EVANESCENCE, NIGHTWISH, and the like will appreciate "Martyr"'s lush, piano-driven arrangements, while CRADLE OF FILTH enthusiasts will enjoy hearing this darkly romantic side of Schoolcraft's music. Lindsay commented: "At last I can finally share with the world what I've been so vaguely teasing online for years. "I can't thank my fans enough for being so patient about this release. "Working with Rocky Gray has been a dream come true for me and the love I have for his work and my lyrical stories really shines through on this album. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I did creating and recording it." Based in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, Schoolcraft was discovered and recruited by British extreme heavy metal band CRADLE OF FILTH in 2013 and promoted to full-time membership in 2014. Since then, she has embarked on many world tours and appears on albums "Hammer Of The Witches" (2015) and "Cryptoriana: The Seductiveness Of Decay" (2017), both released under Nuclear Blast Records. In addition, Lindsay is a co-founder in the classical meets black metal ensemble ANTIQVA alongside co-creator and guttural vocalist Xenoyr (NE OBLIVISCARIS). She also has a character, Skvllcraft, modeled after her stage persona in the black metal comic "Belzebubs"; Lindsay contributed her vocals as said character on their album "Pantheon Of The Nightside Gods" (2019, Century Media Records). [post_excerpt] => CRADLE OF FILTH keyboardist and vocalist Lindsay Schoolcraft, an accomplished singer, songwriter, harpist, and pianist in her own right, will release her debut solo album on October 7. "Martyr", co-written by former EVANESCENCE drummer Rocky Gray, offe... [post_date_gmt] => 2019-07-16 18:07:17 [post_date] => 2019-07-16 14:07:17 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-07-16 18:07:17 [post_modified] => 2019-07-16 14:07:17 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://587c5912e50537572dff86126107a656 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => BLABBERMOUTH.NET [syndication_source_uri] => http://www.blabbermouth.net [syndication_source_id] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed_id] => 2 [syndication_permalink] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/cradle-of-filth-keyboardist-vocalist-lindsay-schoolcraft-to-release-martyr-solo-album-in-october/ [syndication_item_hash] => 3a3000a69065f71bb694aa304a21e8ce [faf_featured_image] => 110379 [faf_process_image] => 110379 ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 3 [tax_input] => Array ( [category] => Array ( [0] => 6 [1] => 12 ) [post_tag] => Array ( ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

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STONE TEMPLE PILOTS Complete Work On 'Beautiful' New Record: 'It's Definitely Different'

Array ( [post_title] => STONE TEMPLE PILOTS Complete Work On 'Beautiful' New Record: 'It's Definitely Different' [post_content] => STONE TEMPLE PILOTS frontman Jeff Gutt has confirmed to "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon" that the band has completed work on a new album. The disc, which is not expected to arrive before 2020, will be Gutt's second with STP after joining the band two years ago. His recording debut with the group was on its self-titled seventh LP, which arrived in March 2018. Although Gutt had previously referred to STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' upcoming album as an "acoustic record," he clarified to "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon" that there were "no rules on it having to be acoustic or anything, [but] it has a vibe to it, and it's beautiful. It's all new songs," he said. The band, which will reissue "Purple" in September in commemoration of the album’s 25th anniversary, will wait a few months before releasing the new LP. "With the 'Purple' thing happening, it's pushing back the other thing," Gutt said. "'Cause we were only supposed to do a few songs, and it turned into a full record, 'cause we had so much creativity happening at the time. So we just made a whole record." Describing the new STONE TEMPLE PILOTS music as "definitely different," Gutt said: "It's a very beautiful record. And I'm really happy with it." Back in December 2018, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS played a rare acoustic concert at the Norwood Space Center in Norwood, Massachusetts. Gutt, a 43-year-old Michigan native who spent time in the early-2000s nu-metal act DRY CELL, among other bands, and was a contestant on "The X Factor", joined STONE TEMPLE PILOTS in 2017 after beating out roughly 15,000 hopefuls during an extended search that began more than a year earlier. Original STONE TEMPLE PILTOS singer Scott Weiland, who reunited with the group in 2010 after an eight-year hiatus but was dismissed in 2013, died in December 2015 of a drug overdose. Chester Bennington, who joined STP in early 2013, departed nearly three years later to spend more time with his main band LINKIN PARK. Bennington committed suicide in July 2017. STONE TEMPLE PILOTS and RIVAL SONS will co-headline a North American tour this fall. The 12-city tour will kick off in Baltimore on September 13, with stops in Philadelphia, New York City, New Orleans and more, before wrapping up in STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' former hometown of San Diego on October 9.

[post_excerpt] => STONE TEMPLE PILOTS frontman Jeff Gutt has confirmed to "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon" that the band has completed work on a new album. The disc, which is not expected to arrive before 2020, will be Gutt's second with STP after joining the band two years ago. His recording debut with the group was on its self-titled seventh LP, which arrived in March 2018. Although Gutt had previously referred to STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' upcoming album as an "acoustic record," he clarified to "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon" that there were "no rules on it having to be acoustic or anything, [but] it has a vibe to it, and it's beautiful. It's all new songs," he said. The band, which will reissue "Purple" in September in commemoration of the album’s 25th anniversary, will wait a few months before releasing the new LP. "With the 'Purple' thing happening, it's pushing back the other thing," Gutt said. "'Cause we were only supposed to do a few songs, and it turned into a full record, 'cause we had so much creativity happening at the time. So we just made a whole record." Describing the new STONE TEMPLE PILOTS music as "definitely different," Gutt said: "It's a very beautiful record. And I'm really happy with it." Back in December 2018, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS played a rare acoustic concert at the Norwood Space Center in Norwood, Massachusetts. Gutt, a 43-year-old Michigan native who spent time in the early-2000s nu-metal act DRY CELL, among other bands, and was a contestant on "The X Factor", joined STONE TEMPLE PILOTS in 2017 after beating out roughly 15,000 hopefuls during an extended search that began more than a year earlier. Original STONE TEMPLE PILTOS singer Scott Weiland, who reunited with the group in 2010 after an eight-year hiatus but was dismissed in 2013, died in December 2015 of a drug overdose. Chester Bennington, who joined STP in early 2013, departed nearly three years later to spend more time with his main band LINKIN PARK. Bennington committed suicide in July 2017. STONE TEMPLE PILOTS and RIVAL SONS will co-headline a North American tour this fall. The 12-city tour will kick off in Baltimore on September 13, with stops in Philadelphia, New York City, New Orleans and more, before wrapping up in STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' former hometown of San Diego on October 9.
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Array ( [post_title] => STONE TEMPLE PILOTS Complete Work On 'Beautiful' New Record: 'It's Definitely Different' [post_content] => STONE TEMPLE PILOTS frontman Jeff Gutt has confirmed to "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon" that the band has completed work on a new album. The disc, which is not expected to arrive before 2020, will be Gutt's second with STP after joining the band two years ago. His recording debut with the group was on its self-titled seventh LP, which arrived in March 2018. Although Gutt had previously referred to STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' upcoming album as an "acoustic record," he clarified to "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon" that there were "no rules on it having to be acoustic or anything, [but] it has a vibe to it, and it's beautiful. It's all new songs," he said. The band, which will reissue "Purple" in September in commemoration of the album’s 25th anniversary, will wait a few months before releasing the new LP. "With the 'Purple' thing happening, it's pushing back the other thing," Gutt said. "'Cause we were only supposed to do a few songs, and it turned into a full record, 'cause we had so much creativity happening at the time. So we just made a whole record." Describing the new STONE TEMPLE PILOTS music as "definitely different," Gutt said: "It's a very beautiful record. And I'm really happy with it." Back in December 2018, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS played a rare acoustic concert at the Norwood Space Center in Norwood, Massachusetts. Gutt, a 43-year-old Michigan native who spent time in the early-2000s nu-metal act DRY CELL, among other bands, and was a contestant on "The X Factor", joined STONE TEMPLE PILOTS in 2017 after beating out roughly 15,000 hopefuls during an extended search that began more than a year earlier. Original STONE TEMPLE PILTOS singer Scott Weiland, who reunited with the group in 2010 after an eight-year hiatus but was dismissed in 2013, died in December 2015 of a drug overdose. Chester Bennington, who joined STP in early 2013, departed nearly three years later to spend more time with his main band LINKIN PARK. Bennington committed suicide in July 2017. STONE TEMPLE PILOTS and RIVAL SONS will co-headline a North American tour this fall. The 12-city tour will kick off in Baltimore on September 13, with stops in Philadelphia, New York City, New Orleans and more, before wrapping up in STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' former hometown of San Diego on October 9.

[post_excerpt] => STONE TEMPLE PILOTS frontman Jeff Gutt has confirmed to "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon" that the band has completed work on a new album. The disc, which is not expected to arrive before 2020, will be Gutt's second with STP after joining the band two years ago. His recording debut with the group was on its self-titled seventh LP, which arrived in March 2018. Although Gutt had previously referred to STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' upcoming album as an "acoustic record," he clarified to "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon" that there were "no rules on it having to be acoustic or anything, [but] it has a vibe to it, and it's beautiful. It's all new songs," he said. The band, which will reissue "Purple" in September in commemoration of the album’s 25th anniversary, will wait a few months before releasing the new LP. "With the 'Purple' thing happening, it's pushing back the other thing," Gutt said. "'Cause we were only supposed to do a few songs, and it turned into a full record, 'cause we had so much creativity happening at the time. So we just made a whole record." Describing the new STONE TEMPLE PILOTS music as "definitely different," Gutt said: "It's a very beautiful record. And I'm really happy with it." Back in December 2018, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS played a rare acoustic concert at the Norwood Space Center in Norwood, Massachusetts. Gutt, a 43-year-old Michigan native who spent time in the early-2000s nu-metal act DRY CELL, among other bands, and was a contestant on "The X Factor", joined STONE TEMPLE PILOTS in 2017 after beating out roughly 15,000 hopefuls during an extended search that began more than a year earlier. Original STONE TEMPLE PILTOS singer Scott Weiland, who reunited with the group in 2010 after an eight-year hiatus but was dismissed in 2013, died in December 2015 of a drug overdose. Chester Bennington, who joined STP in early 2013, departed nearly three years later to spend more time with his main band LINKIN PARK. Bennington committed suicide in July 2017. STONE TEMPLE PILOTS and RIVAL SONS will co-headline a North American tour this fall. The 12-city tour will kick off in Baltimore on September 13, with stops in Philadelphia, New York City, New Orleans and more, before wrapping up in STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' former hometown of San Diego on October 9.
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BIFF BYFORD: Why SAXON Never Made It Big In America

Array ( [post_title] => BIFF BYFORD: Why SAXON Never Made It Big In America [post_content] => Biff Byford has explained why he believes SAXON never achieved the same kind of commercial success in America as fellow British bands IRON MAIDEN and DEF LEPPARD. Although SAXON is widely recognized as one of New Wave Of British Heavy Metal's pioneering exponents, the band has failed to mirror its European success in the U.S. Along the way, musicians joined and left (sometimes acrimoniously) and a brief shift towards a more commercial major label sound alienated older fans. Speaking in Issue 15 of Planet Rock magazine, Byford was asked why SAXON didn't hit it big in America in metal's heyday in the 1980s. The singer replied: "We could have broken really big. We did well, but we didn't make the breakthrough that DEF LEPPARD or IRON MAIDEN did. There was always some mess-up with the records, and there were forces at work that weren't exactly helpful. We didn't have a great team around us at that point, and it was a very money-orientated time as opposed to a music or career-orientated time. Unlike MAIDEN and LEPPARD, we had no [manager like] Rod Smallwood or Peter Mensch behind us to kick us up the arse when we needed it." In a 2016 interview with the Irish Examiner, Byford addressed the myth that SAXON ran aground when trying to break America by repositioning itself as a glam metal group (going so far as to take MÖTLEY CRÜE on tour with them). "I don't know if that's true," he said. "We had a couple of big articles in the British press [about failing to break the U.S.]. They never said that about MAIDEN. To tell you the truth, it's a bit unfounded." Formed in 1977, SAXON didn't release its debut album until two years later. Byford and guitarist Paul Quinn are the sole remaining original members in the group's current lineup, which issued its 22nd LP, "Thunderbolt", in February 2018. Originally from South Yorkshire, England, SAXON has gone on to sell about 23 million albums and has produced such classic songs as "Denim And Leather", "Princess Of The Night", "Wheels Of Steel" and "Power And Glory". In addition to Byford and Quinn, SAXON's current lineup includes bassist Nibbs Carter, guitarist Doug Scarratt and drummer Nigel Glockler. [post_excerpt] => Biff Byford has explained why he believes SAXON never achieved the same kind of commercial success in America as fellow British bands IRON MAIDEN and DEF LEPPARD. Although SAXON is widely recognized as one of New Wave Of British Heavy Metal's pioneering exponents, the band has failed to mirror its European success in the U.S. Along the way, musicians joined and left (sometimes acrimoniously) and a brief shift towards a more commercial major label sound alienated older fans. Speaking in Issue 15 of Planet Rock magazine, Byford was asked why SAXON didn't hit it big in America in metal's heyday in the 1980s. The singer replied: "We could have broken really big. We did well, but we didn't make the breakthrough that DEF LEPPARD or IRON MAIDEN did. There was always some mess-up with the records, and there were forces at work that weren't exactly helpful. We didn't have a great team around us at that point, and it was a very money-orientated time as opposed to a music or career-orientated time. Unlike MAIDEN and LEPPARD, we had no [manager like] Rod Smallwood or Peter Mensch behind us to kick us up the arse when we needed it." In a 2016 interview with the Irish Examiner, Byford addressed the myth that SAXON ran aground when trying to break America by repositioning itself as a glam metal group (going so far as to take MÖTLEY CRÜE on tour with them). "I don't know if that's true," he said. "We had a couple of big articles in the British press [about failing to break the U.S.]. They never said that about MAIDEN. To tell you the truth, it's a bit unfounded." Formed in 1977, SAXON didn't release its debut album until two years later. Byford and guitarist Paul Quinn are the sole remaining original members in the group's current lineup, which issued its 22nd LP, "Thunderbolt", in February 2018. Originally from South Yorkshire, England, SAXON has gone on to sell about 23 million albums and has produced such classic songs as "Denim And Leather", "Princess Of The Night", "Wheels Of Steel" and "Power And Glory". In addition to Byford and Quinn, SAXON's current lineup includes bassist Nibbs Carter, guitarist Doug Scarratt and drummer Nigel Glockler. 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Array ( [post_title] => BIFF BYFORD: Why SAXON Never Made It Big In America [post_content] => Biff Byford has explained why he believes SAXON never achieved the same kind of commercial success in America as fellow British bands IRON MAIDEN and DEF LEPPARD. Although SAXON is widely recognized as one of New Wave Of British Heavy Metal's pioneering exponents, the band has failed to mirror its European success in the U.S. Along the way, musicians joined and left (sometimes acrimoniously) and a brief shift towards a more commercial major label sound alienated older fans. Speaking in Issue 15 of Planet Rock magazine, Byford was asked why SAXON didn't hit it big in America in metal's heyday in the 1980s. The singer replied: "We could have broken really big. We did well, but we didn't make the breakthrough that DEF LEPPARD or IRON MAIDEN did. There was always some mess-up with the records, and there were forces at work that weren't exactly helpful. We didn't have a great team around us at that point, and it was a very money-orientated time as opposed to a music or career-orientated time. Unlike MAIDEN and LEPPARD, we had no [manager like] Rod Smallwood or Peter Mensch behind us to kick us up the arse when we needed it." In a 2016 interview with the Irish Examiner, Byford addressed the myth that SAXON ran aground when trying to break America by repositioning itself as a glam metal group (going so far as to take MÖTLEY CRÜE on tour with them). "I don't know if that's true," he said. "We had a couple of big articles in the British press [about failing to break the U.S.]. They never said that about MAIDEN. To tell you the truth, it's a bit unfounded." Formed in 1977, SAXON didn't release its debut album until two years later. Byford and guitarist Paul Quinn are the sole remaining original members in the group's current lineup, which issued its 22nd LP, "Thunderbolt", in February 2018. Originally from South Yorkshire, England, SAXON has gone on to sell about 23 million albums and has produced such classic songs as "Denim And Leather", "Princess Of The Night", "Wheels Of Steel" and "Power And Glory". In addition to Byford and Quinn, SAXON's current lineup includes bassist Nibbs Carter, guitarist Doug Scarratt and drummer Nigel Glockler. [post_excerpt] => Biff Byford has explained why he believes SAXON never achieved the same kind of commercial success in America as fellow British bands IRON MAIDEN and DEF LEPPARD. Although SAXON is widely recognized as one of New Wave Of British Heavy Metal's pioneering exponents, the band has failed to mirror its European success in the U.S. Along the way, musicians joined and left (sometimes acrimoniously) and a brief shift towards a more commercial major label sound alienated older fans. Speaking in Issue 15 of Planet Rock magazine, Byford was asked why SAXON didn't hit it big in America in metal's heyday in the 1980s. The singer replied: "We could have broken really big. We did well, but we didn't make the breakthrough that DEF LEPPARD or IRON MAIDEN did. There was always some mess-up with the records, and there were forces at work that weren't exactly helpful. We didn't have a great team around us at that point, and it was a very money-orientated time as opposed to a music or career-orientated time. Unlike MAIDEN and LEPPARD, we had no [manager like] Rod Smallwood or Peter Mensch behind us to kick us up the arse when we needed it." In a 2016 interview with the Irish Examiner, Byford addressed the myth that SAXON ran aground when trying to break America by repositioning itself as a glam metal group (going so far as to take MÖTLEY CRÜE on tour with them). "I don't know if that's true," he said. "We had a couple of big articles in the British press [about failing to break the U.S.]. They never said that about MAIDEN. To tell you the truth, it's a bit unfounded." Formed in 1977, SAXON didn't release its debut album until two years later. Byford and guitarist Paul Quinn are the sole remaining original members in the group's current lineup, which issued its 22nd LP, "Thunderbolt", in February 2018. Originally from South Yorkshire, England, SAXON has gone on to sell about 23 million albums and has produced such classic songs as "Denim And Leather", "Princess Of The Night", "Wheels Of Steel" and "Power And Glory". In addition to Byford and Quinn, SAXON's current lineup includes bassist Nibbs Carter, guitarist Doug Scarratt and drummer Nigel Glockler. 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PRETTY MAIDS To Release 'Undress Your Madness' Album In November

Array ( [post_title] => PRETTY MAIDS To Release 'Undress Your Madness' Album In November [post_content] => Danish hard rock veterans PRETTY MAIDS will release their new album, "Undress Your Madness", on November 8 via Frontiers Music Srl. The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Intro 02. Serpentine 03. Firesoul Fly 04. Undress Your Madness 05. Will You Still Kiss Me (If I See You In Heaven) 06. Runaway World 07. If You Want Peace (Prepare For War) 08. Slavedriver 09. Shadowlands 10. Black Thunder 11. Strength Of A Rose The cover artwork can be seen below. PRETTY MAIDS' latest album, "Kingmaker", was released in November 2016 via Frontiers Music Srl. PRETTY MAIDS frontman Ronnie Atkins told Kansai Finder about "Kingmaker": "'Kingmaker' was actually more or less written just prior to going in the studio. The thing is that you write more or less all the time and record bits and pieces that you might use at some later point. We also had some ideas that we've done in either 2014 or 2015 that ended up on 'Kingmaker'. But the majority of the album was written in January 2016 and we entered the studio on February 1, 2016." PRETTY MAIDS guitarist Ken Hammer told The Rockpit that the band employed a tried-and-tested songwriting approach on "Kingmaker". "Our intention with this album was not any different from any other album that we have done," he said. "This is our last album on Frontiers, and, as always, we are trying to do our best every time. We always first of all write songs that we like ourselves. [2014's] 'Louder Than Ever' [a collection of new songs and re-recorded tracks from the band's past albums] was in our opinion an 'in-between' album and we wanted all our new fans to hear some of the stuff that we did in the 1990-2000s with a more up-to-date sound." Atkins also said that there were no plans for PRETTY MAIDS to retire any time soon. "I definitely don't see any stop signs yet," he told Kansai Finder. "We're still having fun and enjoying what we do. As long as we have a fan base that still wants to buy our music or come to the shows, then it's all worth it. The fan base has been increasing the last couple of years; a lot of younger fans have checked in, which tells me that we must somehow still be kind of relevant in what we do and that's a nice feeling." [post_excerpt] => Danish hard rock veterans PRETTY MAIDS will release their new album, "Undress Your Madness", on November 8 via Frontiers Music Srl. The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Intro 02. Serpentine 03. Firesoul Fly 04. Undress Your Madness 05... [post_date_gmt] => 2019-07-16 15:52:12 [post_date] => 2019-07-16 11:52:12 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-07-16 15:52:12 [post_modified] => 2019-07-16 11:52:12 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://c465a98fe7c85601c090487be8108f05 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => BLABBERMOUTH.NET [syndication_source_uri] => http://www.blabbermouth.net [syndication_source_id] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed_id] => 2 [syndication_permalink] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/pretty-maids-to-release-undress-your-madness-album-in-november/ [syndication_item_hash] => c7fe290e22a5eb324d0f381674b0fe6a ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 3 [tax_input] => Array ( [category] => Array ( [0] => 6 [1] => 12 ) [post_tag] => Array ( ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

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Replacing images : - ON Danish hard rock veterans PRETTY MAIDS will release their new album, "Undress Your Madness", on November 8 via Frontiers Music Srl. The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Intro 02. Serpentine 03. Firesoul Fly 04. Undress Your Madness 05. Will You Still Kiss Me (If I See You In Heaven) 06. Runaway World 07. If You Want Peace (Prepare For War) 08. Slavedriver 09. Shadowlands 10. Black Thunder 11. Strength Of A Rose The cover artwork can be seen below. PRETTY MAIDS' latest album, "Kingmaker", was released in November 2016 via Frontiers Music Srl. PRETTY MAIDS frontman Ronnie Atkins told Kansai Finder about "Kingmaker": "'Kingmaker' was actually more or less written just prior to going in the studio. The thing is that you write more or less all the time and record bits and pieces that you might use at some later point. We also had some ideas that we've done in either 2014 or 2015 that ended up on 'Kingmaker'. But the majority of the album was written in January 2016 and we entered the studio on February 1, 2016." PRETTY MAIDS guitarist Ken Hammer told The Rockpit that the band employed a tried-and-tested songwriting approach on "Kingmaker". "Our intention with this album was not any different from any other album that we have done," he said. "This is our last album on Frontiers, and, as always, we are trying to do our best every time. We always first of all write songs that we like ourselves. [2014's] 'Louder Than Ever' [a collection of new songs and re-recorded tracks from the band's past albums] was in our opinion an 'in-between' album and we wanted all our new fans to hear some of the stuff that we did in the 1990-2000s with a more up-to-date sound." Atkins also said that there were no plans for PRETTY MAIDS to retire any time soon. "I definitely don't see any stop signs yet," he told Kansai Finder. "We're still having fun and enjoying what we do. As long as we have a fan base that still wants to buy our music or come to the shows, then it's all worth it. The fan base has been increasing the last couple of years; a lot of younger fans have checked in, which tells me that we must somehow still be kind of relevant in what we do and that's a nice feeling."

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Array ( [post_title] => PRETTY MAIDS To Release 'Undress Your Madness' Album In November [post_content] => Danish hard rock veterans PRETTY MAIDS will release their new album, "Undress Your Madness", on November 8 via Frontiers Music Srl. The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Intro 02. Serpentine 03. Firesoul Fly 04. Undress Your Madness 05. Will You Still Kiss Me (If I See You In Heaven) 06. Runaway World 07. If You Want Peace (Prepare For War) 08. Slavedriver 09. Shadowlands 10. Black Thunder 11. Strength Of A Rose The cover artwork can be seen below. PRETTY MAIDS' latest album, "Kingmaker", was released in November 2016 via Frontiers Music Srl. PRETTY MAIDS frontman Ronnie Atkins told Kansai Finder about "Kingmaker": "'Kingmaker' was actually more or less written just prior to going in the studio. The thing is that you write more or less all the time and record bits and pieces that you might use at some later point. We also had some ideas that we've done in either 2014 or 2015 that ended up on 'Kingmaker'. But the majority of the album was written in January 2016 and we entered the studio on February 1, 2016." PRETTY MAIDS guitarist Ken Hammer told The Rockpit that the band employed a tried-and-tested songwriting approach on "Kingmaker". "Our intention with this album was not any different from any other album that we have done," he said. "This is our last album on Frontiers, and, as always, we are trying to do our best every time. We always first of all write songs that we like ourselves. [2014's] 'Louder Than Ever' [a collection of new songs and re-recorded tracks from the band's past albums] was in our opinion an 'in-between' album and we wanted all our new fans to hear some of the stuff that we did in the 1990-2000s with a more up-to-date sound." Atkins also said that there were no plans for PRETTY MAIDS to retire any time soon. "I definitely don't see any stop signs yet," he told Kansai Finder. "We're still having fun and enjoying what we do. As long as we have a fan base that still wants to buy our music or come to the shows, then it's all worth it. The fan base has been increasing the last couple of years; a lot of younger fans have checked in, which tells me that we must somehow still be kind of relevant in what we do and that's a nice feeling." [post_excerpt] => Danish hard rock veterans PRETTY MAIDS will release their new album, "Undress Your Madness", on November 8 via Frontiers Music Srl. The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Intro 02. Serpentine 03. Firesoul Fly 04. Undress Your Madness 05... [post_date_gmt] => 2019-07-16 15:52:12 [post_date] => 2019-07-16 11:52:12 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-07-16 15:52:12 [post_modified] => 2019-07-16 11:52:12 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://c465a98fe7c85601c090487be8108f05 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => BLABBERMOUTH.NET [syndication_source_uri] => http://www.blabbermouth.net [syndication_source_id] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed_id] => 2 [syndication_permalink] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/pretty-maids-to-release-undress-your-madness-album-in-november/ [syndication_item_hash] => c7fe290e22a5eb324d0f381674b0fe6a [faf_featured_image] => 110386 [faf_process_image] => 110386 ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 3 [tax_input] => Array ( [category] => Array ( [0] => 6 [1] => 12 ) [post_tag] => Array ( ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

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Watch CANDLEMASS Perform At Germany's BANG YOUR HEAD!!! Festival

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[post_excerpt] => Fan-filmed video footage of CANDLEMASS's July 13 performance at the Bang Your Head!!! festival in Balingen, Germany can be seen below. CANDLEMASS's 12th album, "The Door To Doom", was released in February via Napalm Records. The disc includes the song "Astorolus - The Great Octopus", which features a guest guitar solo by none other than BLACK SABBATH's Tony Iommi. "The Door To Doom" marks the recording comeback of newly returned singer Johan Längqvist, who recently replaced CANDLEMASS's frontman of the past six years, Mats Levén. Längqvist sang on CANDLEMASS's debut album, 1986's "Epicus Doomicus Metallicus", before exiting the group and being replaced by Messiah Marcolin. CANDLEMASS is: Leif Edling: Bass Mats "Mappe" Björkman: Guitars Jan Lindh: Drums Lars "Lasse" Johansson: Guitars Johan Längqvist: Vocals
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Replacing images : - ON Fan-filmed video footage of CANDLEMASS's July 13 performance at the Bang Your Head!!! festival in Balingen, Germany can be seen below. CANDLEMASS's 12th album, "The Door To Doom", was released in February via Napalm Records. The disc includes the song "Astorolus - The Great Octopus", which features a guest guitar solo by none other than BLACK SABBATH's Tony Iommi. "The Door To Doom" marks the recording comeback of newly returned singer Johan Längqvist, who recently replaced CANDLEMASS's frontman of the past six years, Mats Levén. Längqvist sang on CANDLEMASS's debut album, 1986's "Epicus Doomicus Metallicus", before exiting the group and being replaced by Messiah Marcolin. CANDLEMASS is: Leif Edling: Bass Mats "Mappe" Björkman: Guitars Jan Lindh: Drums Lars "Lasse" Johansson: Guitars Johan Längqvist: Vocals

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[post_excerpt] => Fan-filmed video footage of CANDLEMASS's July 13 performance at the Bang Your Head!!! festival in Balingen, Germany can be seen below. CANDLEMASS's 12th album, "The Door To Doom", was released in February via Napalm Records. The disc includes the song "Astorolus - The Great Octopus", which features a guest guitar solo by none other than BLACK SABBATH's Tony Iommi. "The Door To Doom" marks the recording comeback of newly returned singer Johan Längqvist, who recently replaced CANDLEMASS's frontman of the past six years, Mats Levén. Längqvist sang on CANDLEMASS's debut album, 1986's "Epicus Doomicus Metallicus", before exiting the group and being replaced by Messiah Marcolin. CANDLEMASS is: Leif Edling: Bass Mats "Mappe" Björkman: Guitars Jan Lindh: Drums Lars "Lasse" Johansson: Guitars Johan Längqvist: Vocals
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SOUNDGARDEN: 'Live From The Artists Den' Unboxing Video

Array ( [post_title] => SOUNDGARDEN: 'Live From The Artists Den' Unboxing Video [post_content] => On February 17, 2013, SOUNDGARDEN concluded a sold-out U.S. winter tour in support of "King Animal", its first studio album in over sixteen years, with a special "Live From The Artists Den" taping at the Wiltern in Los Angeles. SOUNDGARDEN mixed new songs with classic radio hits and rarities performed live for the first time in front of a rapturous crowd. The concert has become the all-time most requested SOUNDGARDEN live show for an official release. The 29-song, nearly two-and-a-half-hour show encompasses the band's rich musical legacy, spanning their early years with "Hunted Down", through their monumental albums "Badmotorfinger" and "Superunknown", respectively, with "Outshined" and "Black Hole Sun", and to their final record, with nearly every song from "King Animal", including "By Crooked Steps" and "Been Away Too Long". "Live From The Artists Den" features 21 songs never before released on a SOUNDGARDEN concert film, including 17 making their first appearance on a live album, and highlighted by "Blind Dogs", which the band performed on stage for the first time ever at the Wiltern show. Six years following the original taping, Artists Den in partnership with UMe, will release a selection of products for "Soundgarden: Live From The Artists Den" on July 26. The limited-edition Super Deluxe box will feature the complete 29-song concert film in 5.1 surround sound and stereo on Blu-ray, and more than 30 minutes of bonus interviews with the band, in addition to four black 180-gram audiophile LPs, 2CDs, a 40-page photo book, four band member lithos, and replica artist all-access pass and ticket stub from the original show. Additional products scheduled for release include: 4LP 180-gram audiophile black vinyl, limited edition 4LP color vinyl (each disc will feature a unique combination of splattered colors), Blu-ray and 2CD. An unboxing video for "Soundgarden: Live From The Artists Den" can be seen below. Speaking about "Live From The Artists Den", SOUNDGARDEN guitarist Kim Thayil said: "We were very proud and excited to document the performance of our new material from 'King Animal', and to celebrate with each other and our fans." On behalf of the Estate, Vicky Cornell said: "This live show was really special, and I know how much fun Chris had that night. The idea of giving fans the opportunity to experience it in its entirety is something I'm proud to share with them."

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Replacing images : - ON On February 17, 2013, SOUNDGARDEN concluded a sold-out U.S. winter tour in support of "King Animal", its first studio album in over sixteen years, with a special "Live From The Artists Den" taping at the Wiltern in Los Angeles. SOUNDGARDEN mixed new songs with classic radio hits and rarities performed live for the first time in front of a rapturous crowd. The concert has become the all-time most requested SOUNDGARDEN live show for an official release. The 29-song, nearly two-and-a-half-hour show encompasses the band's rich musical legacy, spanning their early years with "Hunted Down", through their monumental albums "Badmotorfinger" and "Superunknown", respectively, with "Outshined" and "Black Hole Sun", and to their final record, with nearly every song from "King Animal", including "By Crooked Steps" and "Been Away Too Long". "Live From The Artists Den" features 21 songs never before released on a SOUNDGARDEN concert film, including 17 making their first appearance on a live album, and highlighted by "Blind Dogs", which the band performed on stage for the first time ever at the Wiltern show. Six years following the original taping, Artists Den in partnership with UMe, will release a selection of products for "Soundgarden: Live From The Artists Den" on July 26. The limited-edition Super Deluxe box will feature the complete 29-song concert film in 5.1 surround sound and stereo on Blu-ray, and more than 30 minutes of bonus interviews with the band, in addition to four black 180-gram audiophile LPs, 2CDs, a 40-page photo book, four band member lithos, and replica artist all-access pass and ticket stub from the original show. Additional products scheduled for release include: 4LP 180-gram audiophile black vinyl, limited edition 4LP color vinyl (each disc will feature a unique combination of splattered colors), Blu-ray and 2CD. An unboxing video for "Soundgarden: Live From The Artists Den" can be seen below. Speaking about "Live From The Artists Den", SOUNDGARDEN guitarist Kim Thayil said: "We were very proud and excited to document the performance of our new material from 'King Animal', and to celebrate with each other and our fans." On behalf of the Estate, Vicky Cornell said: "This live show was really special, and I know how much fun Chris had that night. The idea of giving fans the opportunity to experience it in its entirety is something I'm proud to share with them."

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Replacing images : - ON On February 17, 2013, SOUNDGARDEN concluded a sold-out U.S. winter tour in support of "King Animal", its first studio album in over sixteen years, with a special "Live From The Artists Den" taping at the Wiltern in Los Angeles. SOUNDGARDEN mixed new songs with classic radio hits and rarities performed live for the first time in front of a rapturous crowd. The concert has become the all-time most requested SOUNDGARDEN live show for an official release. The 29-song, nearly two-and-a-half-hour show encompasses the band's rich musical legacy, spanning their early years with "Hunted Down", through their monumental albums "Badmotorfinger" and "Superunknown", respectively, with "Outshined" and "Black Hole Sun", and to their final record, with nearly every song from "King Animal", including "By Crooked Steps" and "Been Away Too Long". "Live From The Artists Den" features 21 songs never before released on a SOUNDGARDEN concert film, including 17 making their first appearance on a live album, and highlighted by "Blind Dogs", which the band performed on stage for the first time ever at the Wiltern show. Six years following the original taping, Artists Den in partnership with UMe, will release a selection of products for "Soundgarden: Live From The Artists Den" on July 26. The limited-edition Super Deluxe box will feature the complete 29-song concert film in 5.1 surround sound and stereo on Blu-ray, and more than 30 minutes of bonus interviews with the band, in addition to four black 180-gram audiophile LPs, 2CDs, a 40-page photo book, four band member lithos, and replica artist all-access pass and ticket stub from the original show. Additional products scheduled for release include: 4LP 180-gram audiophile black vinyl, limited edition 4LP color vinyl (each disc will feature a unique combination of splattered colors), Blu-ray and 2CD. An unboxing video for "Soundgarden: Live From The Artists Den" can be seen below. Speaking about "Live From The Artists Den", SOUNDGARDEN guitarist Kim Thayil said: "We were very proud and excited to document the performance of our new material from 'King Animal', and to celebrate with each other and our fans." On behalf of the Estate, Vicky Cornell said: "This live show was really special, and I know how much fun Chris had that night. The idea of giving fans the opportunity to experience it in its entirety is something I'm proud to share with them."

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Array ( [post_title] => SOUNDGARDEN: 'Live From The Artists Den' Unboxing Video [post_content] => On February 17, 2013, SOUNDGARDEN concluded a sold-out U.S. winter tour in support of "King Animal", its first studio album in over sixteen years, with a special "Live From The Artists Den" taping at the Wiltern in Los Angeles. SOUNDGARDEN mixed new songs with classic radio hits and rarities performed live for the first time in front of a rapturous crowd. The concert has become the all-time most requested SOUNDGARDEN live show for an official release. The 29-song, nearly two-and-a-half-hour show encompasses the band's rich musical legacy, spanning their early years with "Hunted Down", through their monumental albums "Badmotorfinger" and "Superunknown", respectively, with "Outshined" and "Black Hole Sun", and to their final record, with nearly every song from "King Animal", including "By Crooked Steps" and "Been Away Too Long". "Live From The Artists Den" features 21 songs never before released on a SOUNDGARDEN concert film, including 17 making their first appearance on a live album, and highlighted by "Blind Dogs", which the band performed on stage for the first time ever at the Wiltern show. Six years following the original taping, Artists Den in partnership with UMe, will release a selection of products for "Soundgarden: Live From The Artists Den" on July 26. The limited-edition Super Deluxe box will feature the complete 29-song concert film in 5.1 surround sound and stereo on Blu-ray, and more than 30 minutes of bonus interviews with the band, in addition to four black 180-gram audiophile LPs, 2CDs, a 40-page photo book, four band member lithos, and replica artist all-access pass and ticket stub from the original show. Additional products scheduled for release include: 4LP 180-gram audiophile black vinyl, limited edition 4LP color vinyl (each disc will feature a unique combination of splattered colors), Blu-ray and 2CD. An unboxing video for "Soundgarden: Live From The Artists Den" can be seen below. Speaking about "Live From The Artists Den", SOUNDGARDEN guitarist Kim Thayil said: "We were very proud and excited to document the performance of our new material from 'King Animal', and to celebrate with each other and our fans." On behalf of the Estate, Vicky Cornell said: "This live show was really special, and I know how much fun Chris had that night. The idea of giving fans the opportunity to experience it in its entirety is something I'm proud to share with them."

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[post_excerpt] => Professionally filmed video footage of METALLICA performing the song "Frantic" live on July 11 at Telia Parken in Copenhagen, Denmark can be seen below. METALLICA played "Frantic" for the first time in eight years when it kicked off the spring/summer 2019 European leg of its "Worldwired" tour on May 1 at the Estádio Do Restelo in Lisbon, Portugal. METALLICA's "WorldWired" tour has played more than 130 shows across the world since its 2016 kick-off. Last November, drummer Lars Ulrich told The Mercury News that the trek could last through early 2020. The San Francisco Bay Area metal giants have been touring in support of their latest album, "Hardwired… To Self-Destruct", which came out in November 2016. With dates already locked in through the fall, Ulrich was asked if he is tired of touring yet. He replied: "We have the luxury, and we are very fortunate, to be able to set a touring schedule that works really well for us. We kind of set boundaries. We have a two-week rule, so that after two weeks we come home and see our families and kids and get a sense of San Francisco. So, for about a decade, we've had a really good setup in terms of how we balance all of it. It takes longer to play the same amount of dates. But the good news is that our chances for not losing our minds — or for playing all the shows, physically, mentally — are much higher, because we have a pace that we feel is at the right level for us. So, it's good. We still have to go to Australia. We still have to go to Japan. We have a couple of other things planned after Europe."
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[post_excerpt] => Professionally filmed video footage of METALLICA performing the song "Frantic" live on July 11 at Telia Parken in Copenhagen, Denmark can be seen below. METALLICA played "Frantic" for the first time in eight years when it kicked off the spring/summer 2019 European leg of its "Worldwired" tour on May 1 at the Estádio Do Restelo in Lisbon, Portugal. METALLICA's "WorldWired" tour has played more than 130 shows across the world since its 2016 kick-off. Last November, drummer Lars Ulrich told The Mercury News that the trek could last through early 2020. The San Francisco Bay Area metal giants have been touring in support of their latest album, "Hardwired… To Self-Destruct", which came out in November 2016. With dates already locked in through the fall, Ulrich was asked if he is tired of touring yet. He replied: "We have the luxury, and we are very fortunate, to be able to set a touring schedule that works really well for us. We kind of set boundaries. We have a two-week rule, so that after two weeks we come home and see our families and kids and get a sense of San Francisco. So, for about a decade, we've had a really good setup in terms of how we balance all of it. It takes longer to play the same amount of dates. But the good news is that our chances for not losing our minds — or for playing all the shows, physically, mentally — are much higher, because we have a pace that we feel is at the right level for us. So, it's good. We still have to go to Australia. We still have to go to Japan. We have a couple of other things planned after Europe."
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AS I LAY DYING To Release 'Shaped By Fire' Album In September

Array ( [post_title] => AS I LAY DYING To Release 'Shaped By Fire' Album In September [post_content] => According to a since-removed listing on the Nuclear Blast web site, AS I LAY DYING will release its new album, "Shaped By Fire", on September 20 via the German heavy metal record label. The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Burn To Emerge 02. Blinded 03. Shaped By Fire 04. Undertow 05. Torn Between 06. Gatekeeper 07. The Wreckage 08. My Own Grave 09. Take What's Left 10. Redefined 11. Only After We've Fallen 12. The Toll It Takes AS I LAY DYING's upcoming disc will be the band's first since singer Tim Lambesis was sentenced to six years in jail after pleading guilty to paying a San Diego police officer posing as a hitman $1,000 to kill his wife. Approximately two and a half years later — in December 2016 — he was discharged from a California detention facility and was transferred to the Division of Adult Parole Operations. In June 2018, AS I LAY DYING played its first show with Lambesis in five years and released a new single, "My Own Grave". Lambesis also owned up to his crimes in a long apology on the band's Facebook page after his release. November saw AS I LAY DYING complete its first U.S. tour in five years and the band followed it up with a European run of shows. Another single, "Redefined", arrived in April. The return of AS I LAY DYING raised some questions, particularly since guitarist Nick Hipa categorically denounced the band's disgraced frontman as a "sociopathic narcissist in definite need of rehabilitation" in a social-media post back in 2014. Earlier this week, AS I LAY DYING announced that it will embark on the "Shaped By Fire" U.S. headlining tour in the fall. Support on the trek will come from AFTER THE BURIAL and EMMURE.

[post_excerpt] => According to a since-removed listing on the Nuclear Blast web site, AS I LAY DYING will release its new album, "Shaped By Fire", on September 20 via the German heavy metal record label. The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Burn To Emerge 02. Blinded 03. Shaped By Fire 04. Undertow 05. Torn Between 06. Gatekeeper 07. The Wreckage 08. My Own Grave 09. Take What's Left 10. Redefined 11. Only After We've Fallen 12. The Toll It Takes AS I LAY DYING's upcoming disc will be the band's first since singer Tim Lambesis was sentenced to six years in jail after pleading guilty to paying a San Diego police officer posing as a hitman $1,000 to kill his wife. Approximately two and a half years later — in December 2016 — he was discharged from a California detention facility and was transferred to the Division of Adult Parole Operations. In June 2018, AS I LAY DYING played its first show with Lambesis in five years and released a new single, "My Own Grave". Lambesis also owned up to his crimes in a long apology on the band's Facebook page after his release. November saw AS I LAY DYING complete its first U.S. tour in five years and the band followed it up with a European run of shows. Another single, "Redefined", arrived in April. The return of AS I LAY DYING raised some questions, particularly since guitarist Nick Hipa categorically denounced the band's disgraced frontman as a "sociopathic narcissist in definite need of rehabilitation" in a social-media post back in 2014. Earlier this week, AS I LAY DYING announced that it will embark on the "Shaped By Fire" U.S. headlining tour in the fall. Support on the trek will come from AFTER THE BURIAL and EMMURE.
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Replacing images : - ON According to a since-removed listing on the Nuclear Blast web site, AS I LAY DYING will release its new album, "Shaped By Fire", on September 20 via the German heavy metal record label. The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Burn To Emerge 02. Blinded 03. Shaped By Fire 04. Undertow 05. Torn Between 06. Gatekeeper 07. The Wreckage 08. My Own Grave 09. Take What's Left 10. Redefined 11. Only After We've Fallen 12. The Toll It Takes AS I LAY DYING's upcoming disc will be the band's first since singer Tim Lambesis was sentenced to six years in jail after pleading guilty to paying a San Diego police officer posing as a hitman $1,000 to kill his wife. Approximately two and a half years later — in December 2016 — he was discharged from a California detention facility and was transferred to the Division of Adult Parole Operations. In June 2018, AS I LAY DYING played its first show with Lambesis in five years and released a new single, "My Own Grave". Lambesis also owned up to his crimes in a long apology on the band's Facebook page after his release. November saw AS I LAY DYING complete its first U.S. tour in five years and the band followed it up with a European run of shows. Another single, "Redefined", arrived in April. The return of AS I LAY DYING raised some questions, particularly since guitarist Nick Hipa categorically denounced the band's disgraced frontman as a "sociopathic narcissist in definite need of rehabilitation" in a social-media post back in 2014. Earlier this week, AS I LAY DYING announced that it will embark on the "Shaped By Fire" U.S. headlining tour in the fall. Support on the trek will come from AFTER THE BURIAL and EMMURE.

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Array ( [post_title] => AS I LAY DYING To Release 'Shaped By Fire' Album In September [post_content] => According to a since-removed listing on the Nuclear Blast web site, AS I LAY DYING will release its new album, "Shaped By Fire", on September 20 via the German heavy metal record label. The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Burn To Emerge 02. Blinded 03. Shaped By Fire 04. Undertow 05. Torn Between 06. Gatekeeper 07. The Wreckage 08. My Own Grave 09. Take What's Left 10. Redefined 11. Only After We've Fallen 12. The Toll It Takes AS I LAY DYING's upcoming disc will be the band's first since singer Tim Lambesis was sentenced to six years in jail after pleading guilty to paying a San Diego police officer posing as a hitman $1,000 to kill his wife. Approximately two and a half years later — in December 2016 — he was discharged from a California detention facility and was transferred to the Division of Adult Parole Operations. In June 2018, AS I LAY DYING played its first show with Lambesis in five years and released a new single, "My Own Grave". Lambesis also owned up to his crimes in a long apology on the band's Facebook page after his release. November saw AS I LAY DYING complete its first U.S. tour in five years and the band followed it up with a European run of shows. Another single, "Redefined", arrived in April. The return of AS I LAY DYING raised some questions, particularly since guitarist Nick Hipa categorically denounced the band's disgraced frontman as a "sociopathic narcissist in definite need of rehabilitation" in a social-media post back in 2014. Earlier this week, AS I LAY DYING announced that it will embark on the "Shaped By Fire" U.S. headlining tour in the fall. Support on the trek will come from AFTER THE BURIAL and EMMURE.

[post_excerpt] => According to a since-removed listing on the Nuclear Blast web site, AS I LAY DYING will release its new album, "Shaped By Fire", on September 20 via the German heavy metal record label. The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Burn To Emerge 02. Blinded 03. Shaped By Fire 04. Undertow 05. Torn Between 06. Gatekeeper 07. The Wreckage 08. My Own Grave 09. Take What's Left 10. Redefined 11. Only After We've Fallen 12. The Toll It Takes AS I LAY DYING's upcoming disc will be the band's first since singer Tim Lambesis was sentenced to six years in jail after pleading guilty to paying a San Diego police officer posing as a hitman $1,000 to kill his wife. Approximately two and a half years later — in December 2016 — he was discharged from a California detention facility and was transferred to the Division of Adult Parole Operations. In June 2018, AS I LAY DYING played its first show with Lambesis in five years and released a new single, "My Own Grave". Lambesis also owned up to his crimes in a long apology on the band's Facebook page after his release. November saw AS I LAY DYING complete its first U.S. tour in five years and the band followed it up with a European run of shows. Another single, "Redefined", arrived in April. The return of AS I LAY DYING raised some questions, particularly since guitarist Nick Hipa categorically denounced the band's disgraced frontman as a "sociopathic narcissist in definite need of rehabilitation" in a social-media post back in 2014. Earlier this week, AS I LAY DYING announced that it will embark on the "Shaped By Fire" U.S. headlining tour in the fall. Support on the trek will come from AFTER THE BURIAL and EMMURE.
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METALLICA Praises JUANES's Cover Of 'Seek & Destroy'

Array ( [post_title] => METALLICA Praises JUANES's Cover Of 'Seek & Destroy' [post_content] => METALLICA has praised Juanes's cover version of the band's song "Seek & Destroy". Earlier this month, the Latin rock star performed the "Kill 'Em All" classic at Rock Al Parque festival in Bogota, Colombia. Video footage of his rendition — complete with pyrotechnic displays — was posted online and it eventually caught the attention of the METALLICA members themselves. On Monday (July 15), the San Francisco Bay Area heavy metal legends took to Twitter to share a clip of the performance and wrote in an accompanying message: "We're blown away by the reception our friend @juanes received in Bogota for his awesome rendition of Seek!" Last year, Juanes told The Philadelphia Inquirer about his early musical inspirations: "I came up in Colombia with folk music, singing with my parents and sisters. There were the rhythms of tango and bolero and cumbia. Those were my strongest influences. But when I was 13, I went crazy with rock music and became the biggest fan of METALLICA, SLAYER and SEPULTURA. I still love METALLICA. Today, I listen to many new artists and learn while staying connected to my roots. For instance, I love reeggaton. I hear that stuff from my kids. They teach new music all the time." In a 2011 interview with The Washington Post, Juanes said that he "got crazy with rock music" when he was 13 years old. "I was a big fan of METALLICA, SLAYER, SEPULTURA, MEGADETH, all those guys. It was part of my life for 10 years, and then I was part of a metal band for a moment and then the band broke up and I moved to Los Angeles and started my career. Even if it doesn't have anything to do with metal music, there is always a little bit of those years in my music, always a little piece of attitude that I try to combine with the folk side."

? We’re blown away by the reception our friend @juanes received in Bogota for his awesome rendition of Seek! #RockalParque2019 pic.twitter.com/NOZozTFMGJ

— Metallica (@Metallica) July 15, 2019
[post_excerpt] => METALLICA has praised Juanes's cover version of the band's song "Seek & Destroy". Earlier this month, the Latin rock star performed the "Kill 'Em All" classic at Rock Al Parque festival in Bogota, Colombia. Video footage of his rendition — complete with pyrotechnic displays — was posted online and it eventually caught the attention of the METALLICA members themselves. On Monday (July 15), the San Francisco Bay Area heavy metal legends took to Twitter to share a clip of the performance and wrote in an accompanying message: "We're blown away by the reception our friend @juanes received in Bogota for his awesome rendition of Seek!" Last year, Juanes told The Philadelphia Inquirer about his early musical inspirations: "I came up in Colombia with folk music, singing with my parents and sisters. There were the rhythms of tango and bolero and cumbia. Those were my strongest influences. But when I was 13, I went crazy with rock music and became the biggest fan of METALLICA, SLAYER and SEPULTURA. I still love METALLICA. Today, I listen to many new artists and learn while staying connected to my roots. For instance, I love reeggaton. I hear that stuff from my kids. They teach new music all the time." In a 2011 interview with The Washington Post, Juanes said that he "got crazy with rock music" when he was 13 years old. "I was a big fan of METALLICA, SLAYER, SEPULTURA, MEGADETH, all those guys. It was part of my life for 10 years, and then I was part of a metal band for a moment and then the band broke up and I moved to Los Angeles and started my career. Even if it doesn't have anything to do with metal music, there is always a little bit of those years in my music, always a little piece of attitude that I try to combine with the folk side."

? We’re blown away by the reception our friend @juanes received in Bogota for his awesome rendition of Seek! #RockalParque2019 pic.twitter.com/NOZozTFMGJ

— Metallica (@Metallica) July 15, 2019
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Array ( [post_title] => METALLICA Praises JUANES's Cover Of 'Seek & Destroy' [post_content] => METALLICA has praised Juanes's cover version of the band's song "Seek & Destroy". Earlier this month, the Latin rock star performed the "Kill 'Em All" classic at Rock Al Parque festival in Bogota, Colombia. Video footage of his rendition — complete with pyrotechnic displays — was posted online and it eventually caught the attention of the METALLICA members themselves. On Monday (July 15), the San Francisco Bay Area heavy metal legends took to Twitter to share a clip of the performance and wrote in an accompanying message: "We're blown away by the reception our friend @juanes received in Bogota for his awesome rendition of Seek!" Last year, Juanes told The Philadelphia Inquirer about his early musical inspirations: "I came up in Colombia with folk music, singing with my parents and sisters. There were the rhythms of tango and bolero and cumbia. Those were my strongest influences. But when I was 13, I went crazy with rock music and became the biggest fan of METALLICA, SLAYER and SEPULTURA. I still love METALLICA. Today, I listen to many new artists and learn while staying connected to my roots. For instance, I love reeggaton. I hear that stuff from my kids. They teach new music all the time." In a 2011 interview with The Washington Post, Juanes said that he "got crazy with rock music" when he was 13 years old. "I was a big fan of METALLICA, SLAYER, SEPULTURA, MEGADETH, all those guys. It was part of my life for 10 years, and then I was part of a metal band for a moment and then the band broke up and I moved to Los Angeles and started my career. Even if it doesn't have anything to do with metal music, there is always a little bit of those years in my music, always a little piece of attitude that I try to combine with the folk side."

? We’re blown away by the reception our friend @juanes received in Bogota for his awesome rendition of Seek! #RockalParque2019 pic.twitter.com/NOZozTFMGJ

— Metallica (@Metallica) July 15, 2019
[post_excerpt] => METALLICA has praised Juanes's cover version of the band's song "Seek & Destroy". Earlier this month, the Latin rock star performed the "Kill 'Em All" classic at Rock Al Parque festival in Bogota, Colombia. Video footage of his rendition — complete with pyrotechnic displays — was posted online and it eventually caught the attention of the METALLICA members themselves. On Monday (July 15), the San Francisco Bay Area heavy metal legends took to Twitter to share a clip of the performance and wrote in an accompanying message: "We're blown away by the reception our friend @juanes received in Bogota for his awesome rendition of Seek!" Last year, Juanes told The Philadelphia Inquirer about his early musical inspirations: "I came up in Colombia with folk music, singing with my parents and sisters. There were the rhythms of tango and bolero and cumbia. Those were my strongest influences. But when I was 13, I went crazy with rock music and became the biggest fan of METALLICA, SLAYER and SEPULTURA. I still love METALLICA. Today, I listen to many new artists and learn while staying connected to my roots. For instance, I love reeggaton. I hear that stuff from my kids. They teach new music all the time." In a 2011 interview with The Washington Post, Juanes said that he "got crazy with rock music" when he was 13 years old. "I was a big fan of METALLICA, SLAYER, SEPULTURA, MEGADETH, all those guys. It was part of my life for 10 years, and then I was part of a metal band for a moment and then the band broke up and I moved to Los Angeles and started my career. Even if it doesn't have anything to do with metal music, there is always a little bit of those years in my music, always a little piece of attitude that I try to combine with the folk side."

? We’re blown away by the reception our friend @juanes received in Bogota for his awesome rendition of Seek! #RockalParque2019 pic.twitter.com/NOZozTFMGJ

— Metallica (@Metallica) July 15, 2019
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GHOST's TOBIAS FORGE: 'METALLICA Is One Of The Most Important Bands For Me'

Array ( [post_title] => GHOST's TOBIAS FORGE: 'METALLICA Is One Of The Most Important Bands For Me' [post_content] => In a recent interview with Impericon, GHOST leader Tobias Forge was asked to name his top three favorite bands of all time. He responded (see video below): "I like a lot of different music. If I was to make a top 20, I would have a hard time. Let's say the bands that [have] meant the most to me and that I keep returning to and that continuously keep rocking my boat, for more reasons than just being good music writers, but also historically, and also that keep inspiring me in terms of work ethic. I would probably say PINK FLOYD. Probably THE ROLLING STONES, even though, in many aspects, I would say that musically I think that maybe THE BEATLES were better… I don't wanna say better, but more pushing boundaries. But I think THE ROLLING STONES, when they were at their writing prime, in the later '60s, just on the brink of early '70s, their hits were amazing — very, very good rock. And what I really loved about THE ROLLING STONES — and still do — is that it's punk and it's attitude-driven as it possibly could have been, which is something that, I guess, THE BEATLES didn't really have; they weren't as dirty as THE STONES were. In that way, I like THE STONES a little bit more when it comes to the flair of what they did. So, PINK FLOYD, THE ROLLING STONES and probably METALLICA." He continued: "I would say METALLICA is one of the most important bands for me — has been for a long time. Definitely a band without whom I probably wouldn't do these things. I wanted to be a rock musician before I knew, or before I was enamored with METALLICA, but they definitely inspired me. When I was a kid and liked THE ROLLING STONES and PINK FLOYD and Jimi Hendrix and all that, they were clearly from another time doing something that sort of belonged to the past, whereas METALLICA, when I started listening to them, they were very much current and they were very now. They were the biggest band in the world at that time, and still are. But they inspired me in many, many ways. And nowadays, of course, I get the amazing opportunity to be inspired and be taught, firsthand, by a band that I've spent so many years learning from from a distance. That is, obviously, not a luxury that I have with either THE ROLLING STONES or PINK FLOYD, so METALLICA, I would say." Last December, Forge told the American Forces Network about the prospect of doing a full tour with METALLICA: "[I'm] very stoked. All of us grew up listening to METALLICA, and they're definitely one of my absolute favorite bands, and very much one of the reasons why I'm doing this. Of course, it means a lot. They've gone from being very far-away idols to over the years becoming basically mentors. They've been so supportive. We've played with them before, but never a consecutive tour like that, so to be able to do a full-on European stadium tour, that's a huge endeavor." Forge founded GHOST more than a decade ago and has written almost all of the group's music, while also performing for years in costume as first Papa Emeritus and now Cardinal Copia. His real name was a mystery for much of that time and still does not appear on GHOST LPs. GHOST's latest album, "Prequelle", debuted in June 2018 at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. The band will embark on a North American tour this fall in support of the disc, starting on September 13 in Bakersfield, California and wrapping on October 26 in Glens Falls, New York.

[post_excerpt] => In a recent interview with Impericon, GHOST leader Tobias Forge was asked to name his top three favorite bands of all time. He responded (see video below): "I like a lot of different music. If I was to make a top 20, I would have a hard time. Let's say the bands that [have] meant the most to me and that I keep returning to and that continuously keep rocking my boat, for more reasons than just being good music writers, but also historically, and also that keep inspiring me in terms of work ethic. I would probably say PINK FLOYD. Probably THE ROLLING STONES, even though, in many aspects, I would say that musically I think that maybe THE BEATLES were better… I don't wanna say better, but more pushing boundaries. But I think THE ROLLING STONES, when they were at their writing prime, in the later '60s, just on the brink of early '70s, their hits were amazing — very, very good rock. And what I really loved about THE ROLLING STONES — and still do — is that it's punk and it's attitude-driven as it possibly could have been, which is something that, I guess, THE BEATLES didn't really have; they weren't as dirty as THE STONES were. In that way, I like THE STONES a little bit more when it comes to the flair of what they did. So, PINK FLOYD, THE ROLLING STONES and probably METALLICA." He continued: "I would say METALLICA is one of the most important bands for me — has been for a long time. Definitely a band without whom I probably wouldn't do these things. I wanted to be a rock musician before I knew, or before I was enamored with METALLICA, but they definitely inspired me. When I was a kid and liked THE ROLLING STONES and PINK FLOYD and Jimi Hendrix and all that, they were clearly from another time doing something that sort of belonged to the past, whereas METALLICA, when I started listening to them, they were very much current and they were very now. They were the biggest band in the world at that time, and still are. But they inspired me in many, many ways. And nowadays, of course, I get the amazing opportunity to be inspired and be taught, firsthand, by a band that I've spent so many years learning from from a distance. That is, obviously, not a luxury that I have with either THE ROLLING STONES or PINK FLOYD, so METALLICA, I would say." Last December, Forge told the American Forces Network about the prospect of doing a full tour with METALLICA: "[I'm] very stoked. All of us grew up listening to METALLICA, and they're definitely one of my absolute favorite bands, and very much one of the reasons why I'm doing this. Of course, it means a lot. They've gone from being very far-away idols to over the years becoming basically mentors. They've been so supportive. We've played with them before, but never a consecutive tour like that, so to be able to do a full-on European stadium tour, that's a huge endeavor." Forge founded GHOST more than a decade ago and has written almost all of the group's music, while also performing for years in costume as first Papa Emeritus and now Cardinal Copia. His real name was a mystery for much of that time and still does not appear on GHOST LPs. GHOST's latest album, "Prequelle", debuted in June 2018 at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. The band will embark on a North American tour this fall in support of the disc, starting on September 13 in Bakersfield, California and wrapping on October 26 in Glens Falls, New York.
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Array ( [post_title] => GHOST's TOBIAS FORGE: 'METALLICA Is One Of The Most Important Bands For Me' [post_content] => In a recent interview with Impericon, GHOST leader Tobias Forge was asked to name his top three favorite bands of all time. He responded (see video below): "I like a lot of different music. If I was to make a top 20, I would have a hard time. Let's say the bands that [have] meant the most to me and that I keep returning to and that continuously keep rocking my boat, for more reasons than just being good music writers, but also historically, and also that keep inspiring me in terms of work ethic. I would probably say PINK FLOYD. Probably THE ROLLING STONES, even though, in many aspects, I would say that musically I think that maybe THE BEATLES were better… I don't wanna say better, but more pushing boundaries. But I think THE ROLLING STONES, when they were at their writing prime, in the later '60s, just on the brink of early '70s, their hits were amazing — very, very good rock. And what I really loved about THE ROLLING STONES — and still do — is that it's punk and it's attitude-driven as it possibly could have been, which is something that, I guess, THE BEATLES didn't really have; they weren't as dirty as THE STONES were. In that way, I like THE STONES a little bit more when it comes to the flair of what they did. So, PINK FLOYD, THE ROLLING STONES and probably METALLICA." He continued: "I would say METALLICA is one of the most important bands for me — has been for a long time. Definitely a band without whom I probably wouldn't do these things. I wanted to be a rock musician before I knew, or before I was enamored with METALLICA, but they definitely inspired me. When I was a kid and liked THE ROLLING STONES and PINK FLOYD and Jimi Hendrix and all that, they were clearly from another time doing something that sort of belonged to the past, whereas METALLICA, when I started listening to them, they were very much current and they were very now. They were the biggest band in the world at that time, and still are. But they inspired me in many, many ways. And nowadays, of course, I get the amazing opportunity to be inspired and be taught, firsthand, by a band that I've spent so many years learning from from a distance. That is, obviously, not a luxury that I have with either THE ROLLING STONES or PINK FLOYD, so METALLICA, I would say." Last December, Forge told the American Forces Network about the prospect of doing a full tour with METALLICA: "[I'm] very stoked. All of us grew up listening to METALLICA, and they're definitely one of my absolute favorite bands, and very much one of the reasons why I'm doing this. Of course, it means a lot. They've gone from being very far-away idols to over the years becoming basically mentors. They've been so supportive. We've played with them before, but never a consecutive tour like that, so to be able to do a full-on European stadium tour, that's a huge endeavor." Forge founded GHOST more than a decade ago and has written almost all of the group's music, while also performing for years in costume as first Papa Emeritus and now Cardinal Copia. His real name was a mystery for much of that time and still does not appear on GHOST LPs. GHOST's latest album, "Prequelle", debuted in June 2018 at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. The band will embark on a North American tour this fall in support of the disc, starting on September 13 in Bakersfield, California and wrapping on October 26 in Glens Falls, New York.

[post_excerpt] => In a recent interview with Impericon, GHOST leader Tobias Forge was asked to name his top three favorite bands of all time. He responded (see video below): "I like a lot of different music. If I was to make a top 20, I would have a hard time. Let's say the bands that [have] meant the most to me and that I keep returning to and that continuously keep rocking my boat, for more reasons than just being good music writers, but also historically, and also that keep inspiring me in terms of work ethic. I would probably say PINK FLOYD. Probably THE ROLLING STONES, even though, in many aspects, I would say that musically I think that maybe THE BEATLES were better… I don't wanna say better, but more pushing boundaries. But I think THE ROLLING STONES, when they were at their writing prime, in the later '60s, just on the brink of early '70s, their hits were amazing — very, very good rock. And what I really loved about THE ROLLING STONES — and still do — is that it's punk and it's attitude-driven as it possibly could have been, which is something that, I guess, THE BEATLES didn't really have; they weren't as dirty as THE STONES were. In that way, I like THE STONES a little bit more when it comes to the flair of what they did. So, PINK FLOYD, THE ROLLING STONES and probably METALLICA." He continued: "I would say METALLICA is one of the most important bands for me — has been for a long time. Definitely a band without whom I probably wouldn't do these things. I wanted to be a rock musician before I knew, or before I was enamored with METALLICA, but they definitely inspired me. When I was a kid and liked THE ROLLING STONES and PINK FLOYD and Jimi Hendrix and all that, they were clearly from another time doing something that sort of belonged to the past, whereas METALLICA, when I started listening to them, they were very much current and they were very now. They were the biggest band in the world at that time, and still are. But they inspired me in many, many ways. And nowadays, of course, I get the amazing opportunity to be inspired and be taught, firsthand, by a band that I've spent so many years learning from from a distance. That is, obviously, not a luxury that I have with either THE ROLLING STONES or PINK FLOYD, so METALLICA, I would say." Last December, Forge told the American Forces Network about the prospect of doing a full tour with METALLICA: "[I'm] very stoked. All of us grew up listening to METALLICA, and they're definitely one of my absolute favorite bands, and very much one of the reasons why I'm doing this. Of course, it means a lot. They've gone from being very far-away idols to over the years becoming basically mentors. They've been so supportive. We've played with them before, but never a consecutive tour like that, so to be able to do a full-on European stadium tour, that's a huge endeavor." Forge founded GHOST more than a decade ago and has written almost all of the group's music, while also performing for years in costume as first Papa Emeritus and now Cardinal Copia. His real name was a mystery for much of that time and still does not appear on GHOST LPs. GHOST's latest album, "Prequelle", debuted in June 2018 at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. The band will embark on a North American tour this fall in support of the disc, starting on September 13 in Bakersfield, California and wrapping on October 26 in Glens Falls, New York.
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Watch QUEENSRŸCHE Singer TODD LA TORRE Record Drums For Band's Latest Album, 'The Verdict'

Array ( [post_title] => Watch QUEENSRŸCHE Singer TODD LA TORRE Record Drums For Band's Latest Album, 'The Verdict' [post_content] => A short video of QUEENSRŸCHE singer Todd La Torre laying down the drum tracks for the band's latest album, "The Verdict", can be seen below. Released in March via Century Media Records, the disc was produced, mixed, and mastered by Chris "Zeuss" Harris (ROB ZOMBIE, ICED EARTH, HATEBREED) at Uberbeatz in Lynwood, Washington; Planet-Z in Wilbraham, Massachusetts; and Watershed Studio in Seattle, Washington. Todd recently said that it was "logical" for him to play drums on "The Verdict" after original QUEENSRŸCHE drummer Scott Rockenfield made himself unavailable. "I'm friends with Scott," Todd said during an appearance on "The MetalSucks Podcast". "I toured with him for five years. I did two records with him. I'm very familiar and very aware of some of the things that he does — a lot of the things that he does. So I recorded the drums, and I decided to show more reservation than to overplay. There's a lot of things I would have done more, but I didn't want to try to show off more drumming and do things just because I knew that everyone would hear it, and what will they think of my drumming, so I need to show it off. I wanted to just write drum parts that make sense for the songs, play fills that are appropriate, show the dynamics with some hi-hat work and some of the cymbal work that Scott would do — the double china, the alternating between the ride and the hi-hat. Certain things that are just very unique to the sound of QUEENSRŸCHE on the drums. And some things I did that I know he would never play, but that was just me having a little fun with a few things. But otherwise, I really tried to maintain the integrity of what I think sounds appropriate for QUEENSRŸCHE. And I wanted to create memorable parts that people can learn. I didn't wanna make it complicated. I didn't wanna play a drum fill every time there's a space to fill it with drums. I thought that too many are overplaying these days, and some of my favorite songs don't have a lot of overplaying. I mean, 'Empire' and '[Operation:]Mindcrime', those are very deliberate drum parts. And everything on this record that was played was done with a purpose. And until you peel the layers back to the songs and see where the kick drum is placed in relation to the vocal, in relation to the guitar riff, only then would you really understand and probably appreciate the placement of where the drum parts are the way they are — where they went and why. So I'm sure I'll catch a lot of criticism for what I did, but I'll also hopefully catch some promising positive words for what I did. And all I can say is I did double duty on the record, and no one can fault me for putting in the hard work and showing up." For the past 27 months, Rockenfield has been taking time off from QUEENSRŸCHE's touring activities to spend time with his young son, who was born in early 2017. Filling in for him has been former KAMELOT drummer Casey Grillo. Todd, who has played drums since the age of 13, admitted that Rockenfield "may not [ever] come back" to QUEENSRŸCHE. "I don't know, 'cause I don't talk to him," he said. The singer also addressed disapproval from some fans over the fact that QUEENSRŸCHE's current lineup only features guitarist Michael Wilton and bassist Eddie Jackson from the band's original incarnation. "Some people go, 'Oh, they're only down to two [original] members right now.' Well, so what?" Todd said. "We wish that Scott would have come back earlier. But ALICE IN CHAINS has two [original] members. ACCEPT has one member. JUDAS PRIEST has two members. FATES WARNING has one member. There's a lot of bands still putting out really great music that are kicking ass. It's not about one person. It's not about me. It's not about Michael or Scott or anybody else; it's about the collective. I think that this record shows that the strength lies in all of us participating and pulling all of our creative elements to share with each other." He continued: "If people say, 'Well, what is QUEENSRŸCHE gonna sound like without Scott?' 'The Verdict' is exactly what QUEENSRŸCHE sounds like without his participation at all. However, Scott is a great songwriter; he's a cool guy; he's a great drummer; he has a lot of great ideas. That being said, this record, in my opinion, is better than some records that had the entire original lineup in the band. This is a way better record — in my opinion — than '[Operation:]Mindcrime II' or 'Dedicated To Chaos' that had outside writers. So, I think that there's a little too much emphasis placed on having this all-original thing. I mean, yeah, we still have two very important, crucial, original founding members of this band playing in QUEENSRŸCHE." Todd added: "The music will speak for itself, and if people give the music a chance without their biases, I think that they'll be happy. If you didn't know that Scott didn't play on the record and he said that he played on it, people would hear those drums totally different. They would say, 'Man, this kicks ass.' They would never question it — because they [would] know it's Scott. They would never question it."

[post_excerpt] => A short video of QUEENSRŸCHE singer Todd La Torre laying down the drum tracks for the band's latest album, "The Verdict", can be seen below. Released in March via Century Media Records, the disc was produced, mixed, and mastered by Chris "Zeuss" Harris (ROB ZOMBIE, ICED EARTH, HATEBREED) at Uberbeatz in Lynwood, Washington; Planet-Z in Wilbraham, Massachusetts; and Watershed Studio in Seattle, Washington. Todd recently said that it was "logical" for him to play drums on "The Verdict" after original QUEENSRŸCHE drummer Scott Rockenfield made himself unavailable. "I'm friends with Scott," Todd said during an appearance on "The MetalSucks Podcast". "I toured with him for five years. I did two records with him. I'm very familiar and very aware of some of the things that he does — a lot of the things that he does. So I recorded the drums, and I decided to show more reservation than to overplay. There's a lot of things I would have done more, but I didn't want to try to show off more drumming and do things just because I knew that everyone would hear it, and what will they think of my drumming, so I need to show it off. I wanted to just write drum parts that make sense for the songs, play fills that are appropriate, show the dynamics with some hi-hat work and some of the cymbal work that Scott would do — the double china, the alternating between the ride and the hi-hat. Certain things that are just very unique to the sound of QUEENSRŸCHE on the drums. And some things I did that I know he would never play, but that was just me having a little fun with a few things. But otherwise, I really tried to maintain the integrity of what I think sounds appropriate for QUEENSRŸCHE. And I wanted to create memorable parts that people can learn. I didn't wanna make it complicated. I didn't wanna play a drum fill every time there's a space to fill it with drums. I thought that too many are overplaying these days, and some of my favorite songs don't have a lot of overplaying. I mean, 'Empire' and '[Operation:]Mindcrime', those are very deliberate drum parts. And everything on this record that was played was done with a purpose. And until you peel the layers back to the songs and see where the kick drum is placed in relation to the vocal, in relation to the guitar riff, only then would you really understand and probably appreciate the placement of where the drum parts are the way they are — where they went and why. So I'm sure I'll catch a lot of criticism for what I did, but I'll also hopefully catch some promising positive words for what I did. And all I can say is I did double duty on the record, and no one can fault me for putting in the hard work and showing up." For the past 27 months, Rockenfield has been taking time off from QUEENSRŸCHE's touring activities to spend time with his young son, who was born in early 2017. Filling in for him has been former KAMELOT drummer Casey Grillo. Todd, who has played drums since the age of 13, admitted that Rockenfield "may not [ever] come back" to QUEENSRŸCHE. "I don't know, 'cause I don't talk to him," he said. The singer also addressed disapproval from some fans over the fact that QUEENSRŸCHE's current lineup only features guitarist Michael Wilton and bassist Eddie Jackson from the band's original incarnation. "Some people go, 'Oh, they're only down to two [original] members right now.' Well, so what?" Todd said. "We wish that Scott would have come back earlier. But ALICE IN CHAINS has two [original] members. ACCEPT has one member. JUDAS PRIEST has two members. FATES WARNING has one member. There's a lot of bands still putting out really great music that are kicking ass. It's not about one person. It's not about me. It's not about Michael or Scott or anybody else; it's about the collective. I think that this record shows that the strength lies in all of us participating and pulling all of our creative elements to share with each other." He continued: "If people say, 'Well, what is QUEENSRŸCHE gonna sound like without Scott?' 'The Verdict' is exactly what QUEENSRŸCHE sounds like without his participation at all. However, Scott is a great songwriter; he's a cool guy; he's a great drummer; he has a lot of great ideas. That being said, this record, in my opinion, is better than some records that had the entire original lineup in the band. This is a way better record — in my opinion — than '[Operation:]Mindcrime II' or 'Dedicated To Chaos' that had outside writers. So, I think that there's a little too much emphasis placed on having this all-original thing. I mean, yeah, we still have two very important, crucial, original founding members of this band playing in QUEENSRŸCHE." Todd added: "The music will speak for itself, and if people give the music a chance without their biases, I think that they'll be happy. If you didn't know that Scott didn't play on the record and he said that he played on it, people would hear those drums totally different. They would say, 'Man, this kicks ass.' They would never question it — because they [would] know it's Scott. They would never question it."
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Array ( [post_title] => Watch QUEENSRŸCHE Singer TODD LA TORRE Record Drums For Band's Latest Album, 'The Verdict' [post_content] => A short video of QUEENSRŸCHE singer Todd La Torre laying down the drum tracks for the band's latest album, "The Verdict", can be seen below. Released in March via Century Media Records, the disc was produced, mixed, and mastered by Chris "Zeuss" Harris (ROB ZOMBIE, ICED EARTH, HATEBREED) at Uberbeatz in Lynwood, Washington; Planet-Z in Wilbraham, Massachusetts; and Watershed Studio in Seattle, Washington. Todd recently said that it was "logical" for him to play drums on "The Verdict" after original QUEENSRŸCHE drummer Scott Rockenfield made himself unavailable. "I'm friends with Scott," Todd said during an appearance on "The MetalSucks Podcast". "I toured with him for five years. I did two records with him. I'm very familiar and very aware of some of the things that he does — a lot of the things that he does. So I recorded the drums, and I decided to show more reservation than to overplay. There's a lot of things I would have done more, but I didn't want to try to show off more drumming and do things just because I knew that everyone would hear it, and what will they think of my drumming, so I need to show it off. I wanted to just write drum parts that make sense for the songs, play fills that are appropriate, show the dynamics with some hi-hat work and some of the cymbal work that Scott would do — the double china, the alternating between the ride and the hi-hat. Certain things that are just very unique to the sound of QUEENSRŸCHE on the drums. And some things I did that I know he would never play, but that was just me having a little fun with a few things. But otherwise, I really tried to maintain the integrity of what I think sounds appropriate for QUEENSRŸCHE. And I wanted to create memorable parts that people can learn. I didn't wanna make it complicated. I didn't wanna play a drum fill every time there's a space to fill it with drums. I thought that too many are overplaying these days, and some of my favorite songs don't have a lot of overplaying. I mean, 'Empire' and '[Operation:]Mindcrime', those are very deliberate drum parts. And everything on this record that was played was done with a purpose. And until you peel the layers back to the songs and see where the kick drum is placed in relation to the vocal, in relation to the guitar riff, only then would you really understand and probably appreciate the placement of where the drum parts are the way they are — where they went and why. So I'm sure I'll catch a lot of criticism for what I did, but I'll also hopefully catch some promising positive words for what I did. And all I can say is I did double duty on the record, and no one can fault me for putting in the hard work and showing up." For the past 27 months, Rockenfield has been taking time off from QUEENSRŸCHE's touring activities to spend time with his young son, who was born in early 2017. Filling in for him has been former KAMELOT drummer Casey Grillo. Todd, who has played drums since the age of 13, admitted that Rockenfield "may not [ever] come back" to QUEENSRŸCHE. "I don't know, 'cause I don't talk to him," he said. The singer also addressed disapproval from some fans over the fact that QUEENSRŸCHE's current lineup only features guitarist Michael Wilton and bassist Eddie Jackson from the band's original incarnation. "Some people go, 'Oh, they're only down to two [original] members right now.' Well, so what?" Todd said. "We wish that Scott would have come back earlier. But ALICE IN CHAINS has two [original] members. ACCEPT has one member. JUDAS PRIEST has two members. FATES WARNING has one member. There's a lot of bands still putting out really great music that are kicking ass. It's not about one person. It's not about me. It's not about Michael or Scott or anybody else; it's about the collective. I think that this record shows that the strength lies in all of us participating and pulling all of our creative elements to share with each other." He continued: "If people say, 'Well, what is QUEENSRŸCHE gonna sound like without Scott?' 'The Verdict' is exactly what QUEENSRŸCHE sounds like without his participation at all. However, Scott is a great songwriter; he's a cool guy; he's a great drummer; he has a lot of great ideas. That being said, this record, in my opinion, is better than some records that had the entire original lineup in the band. This is a way better record — in my opinion — than '[Operation:]Mindcrime II' or 'Dedicated To Chaos' that had outside writers. So, I think that there's a little too much emphasis placed on having this all-original thing. I mean, yeah, we still have two very important, crucial, original founding members of this band playing in QUEENSRŸCHE." Todd added: "The music will speak for itself, and if people give the music a chance without their biases, I think that they'll be happy. If you didn't know that Scott didn't play on the record and he said that he played on it, people would hear those drums totally different. They would say, 'Man, this kicks ass.' They would never question it — because they [would] know it's Scott. They would never question it."

[post_excerpt] => A short video of QUEENSRŸCHE singer Todd La Torre laying down the drum tracks for the band's latest album, "The Verdict", can be seen below. Released in March via Century Media Records, the disc was produced, mixed, and mastered by Chris "Zeuss" Harris (ROB ZOMBIE, ICED EARTH, HATEBREED) at Uberbeatz in Lynwood, Washington; Planet-Z in Wilbraham, Massachusetts; and Watershed Studio in Seattle, Washington. Todd recently said that it was "logical" for him to play drums on "The Verdict" after original QUEENSRŸCHE drummer Scott Rockenfield made himself unavailable. "I'm friends with Scott," Todd said during an appearance on "The MetalSucks Podcast". "I toured with him for five years. I did two records with him. I'm very familiar and very aware of some of the things that he does — a lot of the things that he does. So I recorded the drums, and I decided to show more reservation than to overplay. There's a lot of things I would have done more, but I didn't want to try to show off more drumming and do things just because I knew that everyone would hear it, and what will they think of my drumming, so I need to show it off. I wanted to just write drum parts that make sense for the songs, play fills that are appropriate, show the dynamics with some hi-hat work and some of the cymbal work that Scott would do — the double china, the alternating between the ride and the hi-hat. Certain things that are just very unique to the sound of QUEENSRŸCHE on the drums. And some things I did that I know he would never play, but that was just me having a little fun with a few things. But otherwise, I really tried to maintain the integrity of what I think sounds appropriate for QUEENSRŸCHE. And I wanted to create memorable parts that people can learn. I didn't wanna make it complicated. I didn't wanna play a drum fill every time there's a space to fill it with drums. I thought that too many are overplaying these days, and some of my favorite songs don't have a lot of overplaying. I mean, 'Empire' and '[Operation:]Mindcrime', those are very deliberate drum parts. And everything on this record that was played was done with a purpose. And until you peel the layers back to the songs and see where the kick drum is placed in relation to the vocal, in relation to the guitar riff, only then would you really understand and probably appreciate the placement of where the drum parts are the way they are — where they went and why. So I'm sure I'll catch a lot of criticism for what I did, but I'll also hopefully catch some promising positive words for what I did. And all I can say is I did double duty on the record, and no one can fault me for putting in the hard work and showing up." For the past 27 months, Rockenfield has been taking time off from QUEENSRŸCHE's touring activities to spend time with his young son, who was born in early 2017. Filling in for him has been former KAMELOT drummer Casey Grillo. Todd, who has played drums since the age of 13, admitted that Rockenfield "may not [ever] come back" to QUEENSRŸCHE. "I don't know, 'cause I don't talk to him," he said. The singer also addressed disapproval from some fans over the fact that QUEENSRŸCHE's current lineup only features guitarist Michael Wilton and bassist Eddie Jackson from the band's original incarnation. "Some people go, 'Oh, they're only down to two [original] members right now.' Well, so what?" Todd said. "We wish that Scott would have come back earlier. But ALICE IN CHAINS has two [original] members. ACCEPT has one member. JUDAS PRIEST has two members. FATES WARNING has one member. There's a lot of bands still putting out really great music that are kicking ass. It's not about one person. It's not about me. It's not about Michael or Scott or anybody else; it's about the collective. I think that this record shows that the strength lies in all of us participating and pulling all of our creative elements to share with each other." He continued: "If people say, 'Well, what is QUEENSRŸCHE gonna sound like without Scott?' 'The Verdict' is exactly what QUEENSRŸCHE sounds like without his participation at all. However, Scott is a great songwriter; he's a cool guy; he's a great drummer; he has a lot of great ideas. That being said, this record, in my opinion, is better than some records that had the entire original lineup in the band. This is a way better record — in my opinion — than '[Operation:]Mindcrime II' or 'Dedicated To Chaos' that had outside writers. So, I think that there's a little too much emphasis placed on having this all-original thing. I mean, yeah, we still have two very important, crucial, original founding members of this band playing in QUEENSRŸCHE." Todd added: "The music will speak for itself, and if people give the music a chance without their biases, I think that they'll be happy. If you didn't know that Scott didn't play on the record and he said that he played on it, people would hear those drums totally different. They would say, 'Man, this kicks ass.' They would never question it — because they [would] know it's Scott. They would never question it."
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Array ( [post_title] => Watch Pro-Shot Video Of ANTHRAX's HELLFEST Performance [post_content] => ARTE Concert has uploaded professionally filmed video footage of ANTHRAX's June 23 performance at Hellfest in Clisson, France. Check it out below. ANTHRAX performed the song "Now It's Dark" live for the first time in more than 27 years on June 8 at Batschkapp in Frankfurt, Germany. The band has played it again at most of the shows on its current European tour. Speaking to Rock Hard magazine, ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian said that "it felt great" to perform "Now It's Dark" again after all this time. "I'll be honest — I was nervous," he admitted. "We didn't rehearse it. We played it one time at soundcheck, and it felt really good at soundcheck. Everybody learned it at home before we came out. I think everyone was just very excited to bring that song back. And then during the show, it was my favorite song of the night. So, yeah, I was very, very happy with it. It was cool. It felt like a new song. Like, 'Wow! We have this new song to play now.' So who knows? Maybe that opens the door for other old songs that we didn't think we would maybe bring back. Although we've been talking about some other songs off of 'Persistence [Of Time]' — certainly maybe next year, because it'll be the 30th anniversary of that album. I don't think we'll play the whole album or anything like that, but there's other songs we haven't played in a long time that would be cool to bring back. But yeah, 'Now It's Dark' was great." "Now It's Dark" originally appeared on ANTHRAX's fourth studio album, "State Of Euphoria", which was reissued last October as a 30th-anniversary, 2CD deluxe edition. The LP, which was produced by ANTHRAX and Mark Dodson, includes fan favorites "Antisocial" and "Be All, End All", and was certified gold a few months after release. Ian also talked to Rock Hard about the progress of the songwriting sessions for ANTHRAX's follow-up to 2016's "For All Kings" album. He said: "It's still very skeletal. But we have some really strong skeletons. Like, not shitty skeletons — really strong skeletons with flaming swords, like from an old Sinbad movie or something. Yeah, we've got some really cool stuff. I think there's five now really great ideas — just music; musical arrangements. I haven't even really given it any thought yet. Probably after this summer's done, like when we finish in August, we'll have some time in late August and in September where we're gonna be off tour, and I think that's probably when I'll start thinking about what I wanna say. But I'm really, really happy with the music. It sounds great. The riffs are fucking awesome. And yeah, I'm really excited about it." "For All Kings" was called by some critics ANTHRAX's strongest album to date. Its arrival followed a five-year period during which the band experienced a rebirth of sorts, beginning with ANTHRAX's inclusion on the 2010 "Big Four" tour with METALLICA, SLAYER and MEGADETH, and continuing with the 2011 release of comeback LP "Worship Music". The group's upcoming disc will be ANTHRAX's third full-length release since the return of singer Joey Belladonna, who came back into the fold for the "Big Four" shows, in the process helping inspire a new wave of creativity.

[post_excerpt] => ARTE Concert has uploaded professionally filmed video footage of ANTHRAX's June 23 performance at Hellfest in Clisson, France. Check it out below. ANTHRAX performed the song "Now It's Dark" live for the first time in more than 27 years on June 8 at Batschkapp in Frankfurt, Germany. The band has played it again at most of the shows on its current European tour. Speaking to Rock Hard magazine, ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian said that "it felt great" to perform "Now It's Dark" again after all this time. "I'll be honest — I was nervous," he admitted. "We didn't rehearse it. We played it one time at soundcheck, and it felt really good at soundcheck. Everybody learned it at home before we came out. I think everyone was just very excited to bring that song back. And then during the show, it was my favorite song of the night. So, yeah, I was very, very happy with it. It was cool. It felt like a new song. Like, 'Wow! We have this new song to play now.' So who knows? Maybe that opens the door for other old songs that we didn't think we would maybe bring back. Although we've been talking about some other songs off of 'Persistence [Of Time]' — certainly maybe next year, because it'll be the 30th anniversary of that album. I don't think we'll play the whole album or anything like that, but there's other songs we haven't played in a long time that would be cool to bring back. But yeah, 'Now It's Dark' was great." "Now It's Dark" originally appeared on ANTHRAX's fourth studio album, "State Of Euphoria", which was reissued last October as a 30th-anniversary, 2CD deluxe edition. The LP, which was produced by ANTHRAX and Mark Dodson, includes fan favorites "Antisocial" and "Be All, End All", and was certified gold a few months after release. Ian also talked to Rock Hard about the progress of the songwriting sessions for ANTHRAX's follow-up to 2016's "For All Kings" album. He said: "It's still very skeletal. But we have some really strong skeletons. Like, not shitty skeletons — really strong skeletons with flaming swords, like from an old Sinbad movie or something. Yeah, we've got some really cool stuff. I think there's five now really great ideas — just music; musical arrangements. I haven't even really given it any thought yet. Probably after this summer's done, like when we finish in August, we'll have some time in late August and in September where we're gonna be off tour, and I think that's probably when I'll start thinking about what I wanna say. But I'm really, really happy with the music. It sounds great. The riffs are fucking awesome. And yeah, I'm really excited about it." "For All Kings" was called by some critics ANTHRAX's strongest album to date. Its arrival followed a five-year period during which the band experienced a rebirth of sorts, beginning with ANTHRAX's inclusion on the 2010 "Big Four" tour with METALLICA, SLAYER and MEGADETH, and continuing with the 2011 release of comeback LP "Worship Music". The group's upcoming disc will be ANTHRAX's third full-length release since the return of singer Joey Belladonna, who came back into the fold for the "Big Four" shows, in the process helping inspire a new wave of creativity.
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Array ( [post_title] => Watch Pro-Shot Video Of ANTHRAX's HELLFEST Performance [post_content] => ARTE Concert has uploaded professionally filmed video footage of ANTHRAX's June 23 performance at Hellfest in Clisson, France. Check it out below. ANTHRAX performed the song "Now It's Dark" live for the first time in more than 27 years on June 8 at Batschkapp in Frankfurt, Germany. The band has played it again at most of the shows on its current European tour. Speaking to Rock Hard magazine, ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian said that "it felt great" to perform "Now It's Dark" again after all this time. "I'll be honest — I was nervous," he admitted. "We didn't rehearse it. We played it one time at soundcheck, and it felt really good at soundcheck. Everybody learned it at home before we came out. I think everyone was just very excited to bring that song back. And then during the show, it was my favorite song of the night. So, yeah, I was very, very happy with it. It was cool. It felt like a new song. Like, 'Wow! We have this new song to play now.' So who knows? Maybe that opens the door for other old songs that we didn't think we would maybe bring back. Although we've been talking about some other songs off of 'Persistence [Of Time]' — certainly maybe next year, because it'll be the 30th anniversary of that album. I don't think we'll play the whole album or anything like that, but there's other songs we haven't played in a long time that would be cool to bring back. But yeah, 'Now It's Dark' was great." "Now It's Dark" originally appeared on ANTHRAX's fourth studio album, "State Of Euphoria", which was reissued last October as a 30th-anniversary, 2CD deluxe edition. The LP, which was produced by ANTHRAX and Mark Dodson, includes fan favorites "Antisocial" and "Be All, End All", and was certified gold a few months after release. Ian also talked to Rock Hard about the progress of the songwriting sessions for ANTHRAX's follow-up to 2016's "For All Kings" album. He said: "It's still very skeletal. But we have some really strong skeletons. Like, not shitty skeletons — really strong skeletons with flaming swords, like from an old Sinbad movie or something. Yeah, we've got some really cool stuff. I think there's five now really great ideas — just music; musical arrangements. I haven't even really given it any thought yet. Probably after this summer's done, like when we finish in August, we'll have some time in late August and in September where we're gonna be off tour, and I think that's probably when I'll start thinking about what I wanna say. But I'm really, really happy with the music. It sounds great. The riffs are fucking awesome. And yeah, I'm really excited about it." "For All Kings" was called by some critics ANTHRAX's strongest album to date. Its arrival followed a five-year period during which the band experienced a rebirth of sorts, beginning with ANTHRAX's inclusion on the 2010 "Big Four" tour with METALLICA, SLAYER and MEGADETH, and continuing with the 2011 release of comeback LP "Worship Music". The group's upcoming disc will be ANTHRAX's third full-length release since the return of singer Joey Belladonna, who came back into the fold for the "Big Four" shows, in the process helping inspire a new wave of creativity.

[post_excerpt] => ARTE Concert has uploaded professionally filmed video footage of ANTHRAX's June 23 performance at Hellfest in Clisson, France. Check it out below. ANTHRAX performed the song "Now It's Dark" live for the first time in more than 27 years on June 8 at Batschkapp in Frankfurt, Germany. The band has played it again at most of the shows on its current European tour. Speaking to Rock Hard magazine, ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian said that "it felt great" to perform "Now It's Dark" again after all this time. "I'll be honest — I was nervous," he admitted. "We didn't rehearse it. We played it one time at soundcheck, and it felt really good at soundcheck. Everybody learned it at home before we came out. I think everyone was just very excited to bring that song back. And then during the show, it was my favorite song of the night. So, yeah, I was very, very happy with it. It was cool. It felt like a new song. Like, 'Wow! We have this new song to play now.' So who knows? Maybe that opens the door for other old songs that we didn't think we would maybe bring back. Although we've been talking about some other songs off of 'Persistence [Of Time]' — certainly maybe next year, because it'll be the 30th anniversary of that album. I don't think we'll play the whole album or anything like that, but there's other songs we haven't played in a long time that would be cool to bring back. But yeah, 'Now It's Dark' was great." "Now It's Dark" originally appeared on ANTHRAX's fourth studio album, "State Of Euphoria", which was reissued last October as a 30th-anniversary, 2CD deluxe edition. The LP, which was produced by ANTHRAX and Mark Dodson, includes fan favorites "Antisocial" and "Be All, End All", and was certified gold a few months after release. Ian also talked to Rock Hard about the progress of the songwriting sessions for ANTHRAX's follow-up to 2016's "For All Kings" album. He said: "It's still very skeletal. But we have some really strong skeletons. Like, not shitty skeletons — really strong skeletons with flaming swords, like from an old Sinbad movie or something. Yeah, we've got some really cool stuff. I think there's five now really great ideas — just music; musical arrangements. I haven't even really given it any thought yet. Probably after this summer's done, like when we finish in August, we'll have some time in late August and in September where we're gonna be off tour, and I think that's probably when I'll start thinking about what I wanna say. But I'm really, really happy with the music. It sounds great. The riffs are fucking awesome. And yeah, I'm really excited about it." "For All Kings" was called by some critics ANTHRAX's strongest album to date. Its arrival followed a five-year period during which the band experienced a rebirth of sorts, beginning with ANTHRAX's inclusion on the 2010 "Big Four" tour with METALLICA, SLAYER and MEGADETH, and continuing with the 2011 release of comeback LP "Worship Music". The group's upcoming disc will be ANTHRAX's third full-length release since the return of singer Joey Belladonna, who came back into the fold for the "Big Four" shows, in the process helping inspire a new wave of creativity.
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LIV SIN: 'Burning Sermons' Album Details Revealed

Array ( [post_title] => LIV SIN: 'Burning Sermons' Album Details Revealed [post_content] => Following on from the acclaimed "Follow Me" album, Swedish quintet LIV SIN, led by the unmistakable vocals of Liv Jagrell (ex-SISTER SIN), will release its new LP, "Burning Sermons", on September 6 via Despotz Records. The disc was produced by Emil Nödtveidt (DEATHSTARS) at Black Syndicate Studio. Channeling LIV SIN's love of classic heavy metal with a bruising modern edge, "Burning Sermons" is a riff-heavy collection, showcasing the band's innate ability to match melody with aggressive metal with ease. Liv is in particularly fine form throughout, with a voice equally capable of capturing your heart as it is knocking buildings to the ground. Liv comments on the band's decision to work with Emil: "We wanted to explore a more modern sound with some synthesizers on this album. I think that this album might surprise a lot of our fans. I have known Emil for many years, so it was really fun to reconnect. The first moment he sent us his ideas of our demos, I was delirious." Guitarist Chris Bertzell explains how the songwriting process differed from that on LIV SIN's debut: "For the first album, LIV SIN was only Patrick, Liv and Per. Now we have spent two years together as a complete band of five on the road and in the studio. Along with more songwriters, the band has evolved into having a lot more attitude and catchy melodies." Just like with LIV SIN's previous album, the band invited a guest artist on "Burning Sermons" to sing with Liv in a memorable duet. On the upcoming single "Hope Begins To Fade", Liv paired up with Björn "Speed" Strid, the well-known singer of SOILWORK and THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA. LIV SIN commented on the collaboration with Björn: "For a heavy bombastic song like 'Hope Begins To Fade' that features orchestral elements, we wanted to find a cool contrasting voice to Liv, and Björn's name came up when we were discussing guests for the album with our label. His deep growls and marvelous clear voice were the ultimate combination to lift this song to the next level and it fit seamlessly with Liv's tone. His impressive skills from actually both SOILWORK and THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA shines through here, which added that extra punch to the song. It was the perfect match!" "Burning Sermons" track listing: 01. Blood Moon Fever 02. Chapter Of The Witch 03. Hope Begins To Fade 04. War Antidote 05. At The Gates Of The Abyss 06. Slave To The Machine 07. The Sinner 08. Death Gives Life Meaning 09. Ghost In The Dark 10. Dead Wind Intermezzo LIV SIN is: Liv Jagrell - Vocals Patrick Ankermark - Guitars Chris Bertzell - Guitars Tomie Winther - Bass Per Bjevoluk - Drums

[post_excerpt] => Following on from the acclaimed "Follow Me" album, Swedish quintet LIV SIN, led by the unmistakable vocals of Liv Jagrell (ex-SISTER SIN), will release its new LP, "Burning Sermons", on September 6 via Despotz Records. The disc was produced by Emil Nödtveidt (DEATHSTARS) at Black Syndicate Studio. Channeling LIV SIN's love of classic heavy metal with a bruising modern edge, "Burning Sermons" is a riff-heavy collection, showcasing the band's innate ability to match melody with aggressive metal with ease. Liv is in particularly fine form throughout, with a voice equally capable of capturing your heart as it is knocking buildings to the ground. Liv comments on the band's decision to work with Emil: "We wanted to explore a more modern sound with some synthesizers on this album. I think that this album might surprise a lot of our fans. I have known Emil for many years, so it was really fun to reconnect. The first moment he sent us his ideas of our demos, I was delirious." Guitarist Chris Bertzell explains how the songwriting process differed from that on LIV SIN's debut: "For the first album, LIV SIN was only Patrick, Liv and Per. Now we have spent two years together as a complete band of five on the road and in the studio. Along with more songwriters, the band has evolved into having a lot more attitude and catchy melodies." Just like with LIV SIN's previous album, the band invited a guest artist on "Burning Sermons" to sing with Liv in a memorable duet. On the upcoming single "Hope Begins To Fade", Liv paired up with Björn "Speed" Strid, the well-known singer of SOILWORK and THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA. LIV SIN commented on the collaboration with Björn: "For a heavy bombastic song like 'Hope Begins To Fade' that features orchestral elements, we wanted to find a cool contrasting voice to Liv, and Björn's name came up when we were discussing guests for the album with our label. His deep growls and marvelous clear voice were the ultimate combination to lift this song to the next level and it fit seamlessly with Liv's tone. His impressive skills from actually both SOILWORK and THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA shines through here, which added that extra punch to the song. It was the perfect match!" "Burning Sermons" track listing: 01. Blood Moon Fever 02. Chapter Of The Witch 03. Hope Begins To Fade 04. War Antidote 05. At The Gates Of The Abyss 06. Slave To The Machine 07. The Sinner 08. Death Gives Life Meaning 09. Ghost In The Dark 10. Dead Wind Intermezzo LIV SIN is: Liv Jagrell - Vocals Patrick Ankermark - Guitars Chris Bertzell - Guitars Tomie Winther - Bass Per Bjevoluk - Drums
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Replacing images : - ON Following on from the acclaimed "Follow Me" album, Swedish quintet LIV SIN, led by the unmistakable vocals of Liv Jagrell (ex-SISTER SIN), will release its new LP, "Burning Sermons", on September 6 via Despotz Records. The disc was produced by Emil Nödtveidt (DEATHSTARS) at Black Syndicate Studio. Channeling LIV SIN's love of classic heavy metal with a bruising modern edge, "Burning Sermons" is a riff-heavy collection, showcasing the band's innate ability to match melody with aggressive metal with ease. Liv is in particularly fine form throughout, with a voice equally capable of capturing your heart as it is knocking buildings to the ground. Liv comments on the band's decision to work with Emil: "We wanted to explore a more modern sound with some synthesizers on this album. I think that this album might surprise a lot of our fans. I have known Emil for many years, so it was really fun to reconnect. The first moment he sent us his ideas of our demos, I was delirious." Guitarist Chris Bertzell explains how the songwriting process differed from that on LIV SIN's debut: "For the first album, LIV SIN was only Patrick, Liv and Per. Now we have spent two years together as a complete band of five on the road and in the studio. Along with more songwriters, the band has evolved into having a lot more attitude and catchy melodies." Just like with LIV SIN's previous album, the band invited a guest artist on "Burning Sermons" to sing with Liv in a memorable duet. On the upcoming single "Hope Begins To Fade", Liv paired up with Björn "Speed" Strid, the well-known singer of SOILWORK and THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA. LIV SIN commented on the collaboration with Björn: "For a heavy bombastic song like 'Hope Begins To Fade' that features orchestral elements, we wanted to find a cool contrasting voice to Liv, and Björn's name came up when we were discussing guests for the album with our label. His deep growls and marvelous clear voice were the ultimate combination to lift this song to the next level and it fit seamlessly with Liv's tone. His impressive skills from actually both SOILWORK and THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA shines through here, which added that extra punch to the song. It was the perfect match!" "Burning Sermons" track listing: 01. Blood Moon Fever 02. Chapter Of The Witch 03. Hope Begins To Fade 04. War Antidote 05. At The Gates Of The Abyss 06. Slave To The Machine 07. The Sinner 08. Death Gives Life Meaning 09. Ghost In The Dark 10. Dead Wind Intermezzo LIV SIN is: Liv Jagrell - Vocals Patrick Ankermark - Guitars Chris Bertzell - Guitars Tomie Winther - Bass Per Bjevoluk - Drums

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Array ( [post_title] => LIV SIN: 'Burning Sermons' Album Details Revealed [post_content] => Following on from the acclaimed "Follow Me" album, Swedish quintet LIV SIN, led by the unmistakable vocals of Liv Jagrell (ex-SISTER SIN), will release its new LP, "Burning Sermons", on September 6 via Despotz Records. The disc was produced by Emil Nödtveidt (DEATHSTARS) at Black Syndicate Studio. Channeling LIV SIN's love of classic heavy metal with a bruising modern edge, "Burning Sermons" is a riff-heavy collection, showcasing the band's innate ability to match melody with aggressive metal with ease. Liv is in particularly fine form throughout, with a voice equally capable of capturing your heart as it is knocking buildings to the ground. Liv comments on the band's decision to work with Emil: "We wanted to explore a more modern sound with some synthesizers on this album. I think that this album might surprise a lot of our fans. I have known Emil for many years, so it was really fun to reconnect. The first moment he sent us his ideas of our demos, I was delirious." Guitarist Chris Bertzell explains how the songwriting process differed from that on LIV SIN's debut: "For the first album, LIV SIN was only Patrick, Liv and Per. Now we have spent two years together as a complete band of five on the road and in the studio. Along with more songwriters, the band has evolved into having a lot more attitude and catchy melodies." Just like with LIV SIN's previous album, the band invited a guest artist on "Burning Sermons" to sing with Liv in a memorable duet. On the upcoming single "Hope Begins To Fade", Liv paired up with Björn "Speed" Strid, the well-known singer of SOILWORK and THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA. LIV SIN commented on the collaboration with Björn: "For a heavy bombastic song like 'Hope Begins To Fade' that features orchestral elements, we wanted to find a cool contrasting voice to Liv, and Björn's name came up when we were discussing guests for the album with our label. His deep growls and marvelous clear voice were the ultimate combination to lift this song to the next level and it fit seamlessly with Liv's tone. His impressive skills from actually both SOILWORK and THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA shines through here, which added that extra punch to the song. It was the perfect match!" "Burning Sermons" track listing: 01. Blood Moon Fever 02. Chapter Of The Witch 03. Hope Begins To Fade 04. War Antidote 05. At The Gates Of The Abyss 06. Slave To The Machine 07. The Sinner 08. Death Gives Life Meaning 09. Ghost In The Dark 10. Dead Wind Intermezzo LIV SIN is: Liv Jagrell - Vocals Patrick Ankermark - Guitars Chris Bertzell - Guitars Tomie Winther - Bass Per Bjevoluk - Drums

[post_excerpt] => Following on from the acclaimed "Follow Me" album, Swedish quintet LIV SIN, led by the unmistakable vocals of Liv Jagrell (ex-SISTER SIN), will release its new LP, "Burning Sermons", on September 6 via Despotz Records. The disc was produced by Emil Nödtveidt (DEATHSTARS) at Black Syndicate Studio. Channeling LIV SIN's love of classic heavy metal with a bruising modern edge, "Burning Sermons" is a riff-heavy collection, showcasing the band's innate ability to match melody with aggressive metal with ease. Liv is in particularly fine form throughout, with a voice equally capable of capturing your heart as it is knocking buildings to the ground. Liv comments on the band's decision to work with Emil: "We wanted to explore a more modern sound with some synthesizers on this album. I think that this album might surprise a lot of our fans. I have known Emil for many years, so it was really fun to reconnect. The first moment he sent us his ideas of our demos, I was delirious." Guitarist Chris Bertzell explains how the songwriting process differed from that on LIV SIN's debut: "For the first album, LIV SIN was only Patrick, Liv and Per. Now we have spent two years together as a complete band of five on the road and in the studio. Along with more songwriters, the band has evolved into having a lot more attitude and catchy melodies." Just like with LIV SIN's previous album, the band invited a guest artist on "Burning Sermons" to sing with Liv in a memorable duet. On the upcoming single "Hope Begins To Fade", Liv paired up with Björn "Speed" Strid, the well-known singer of SOILWORK and THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA. LIV SIN commented on the collaboration with Björn: "For a heavy bombastic song like 'Hope Begins To Fade' that features orchestral elements, we wanted to find a cool contrasting voice to Liv, and Björn's name came up when we were discussing guests for the album with our label. His deep growls and marvelous clear voice were the ultimate combination to lift this song to the next level and it fit seamlessly with Liv's tone. His impressive skills from actually both SOILWORK and THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA shines through here, which added that extra punch to the song. It was the perfect match!" "Burning Sermons" track listing: 01. Blood Moon Fever 02. Chapter Of The Witch 03. Hope Begins To Fade 04. War Antidote 05. At The Gates Of The Abyss 06. Slave To The Machine 07. The Sinner 08. Death Gives Life Meaning 09. Ghost In The Dark 10. Dead Wind Intermezzo LIV SIN is: Liv Jagrell - Vocals Patrick Ankermark - Guitars Chris Bertzell - Guitars Tomie Winther - Bass Per Bjevoluk - Drums
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INSOMNIUM Reveals 'Heart Like A Grave' Album Details, Announces New Guitarist

Array ( [post_title] => INSOMNIUM Reveals 'Heart Like A Grave' Album Details, Announces New Guitarist [post_content] => On October 4, Finnish melodic death metal masters INSOMNIUM will release their new album, "Heart Like A Grave", via Century Media Records. Consisting of 10 songs and over an hour of music, the disc evolved to be an epic tour de force of Finnish melancholy. With four composers in the band, the sound of INSOMNIUM is now richer and more versatile than ever before. In the name of Nordic collaboration, the Swedish wizard Jens Bogren has been doing the mixing and mastering and made "Heart Like A Grave" the best-sounding INSOMNIUM album ever. INSOMNIUM said: "The concept of the album is to delve deep into the heart of the Finnish melancholy. We've been inspired by some of the bleakest and saddest songs, poems and tales that truly capture the essence of northern gloom. Land where the frost ravages the harvest and creeps inside the souls, summer ends before it even starts, wife leaves, little brother dies in snow on a Christmas morning, and the golden days of youth are forever gone. So there are echoes of Harmaja, Rautavaara, Vainio, Peltoniemen Hintriikka and, of course, our own petty, miserable lives." "Heart Like A Grave" track listing: 01. Wail Of The North 02. Valediction 03. Neverlast 04. Pale Morning Star 05. And Bells They Toll 06. The Offering 07. Mute Is My Sorrow 08. Twilight Trails 09. Heart Like A Grave 10. Karelia In other news, INSOMNIUM has announced the addition of guitarist Jani Liimatainen to the group's ranks. The band comments: "In 2018, it became apparent that Ville [Friman] could not combine the heavy touring anymore with his another career as a lecturer in York university. Hence, we decided that a third guitarist was needed to get the machinery running properly. We did not have to look far, since Jani Liimatainen had already been a live guitarist on several tours. And since this dude is amazing musician, vocalist, songwriter and all-round nice guy the decision was really a no-brainer. Now we are stronger than ever!" Ville comments: "Since 2010, I've been combining touring and band life with my science career. However, couple of years ago it became clear that it has become impossible for me to put my 100% in both. This is partly because of more demanding role at the University of York but also because INSOMNIUM has been growing steadily year by year leading to increasing amount of touring with every album. With Jani on board, we have secured a steady live lineup to keep delivering fierce live shows all around the world with me joining the band when time allows." Jani adds: "It is a great honour to join such an amazing band. I had already been touring with the guys on and off since 2015, filling in for Ville whenever needed, so when they asked me to officially join the band the answer was pretty much a no-brainer. I am looking forward to sharing many more metal moments with these guys who I am proud to call my friends." In November, INSOMNIUM will embark on a comprehensive European tour with the support from the U.S. extreme metal kings THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and Finland’s fiercest quintet STAM1NA. [post_excerpt] => On October 4, Finnish melodic death metal masters INSOMNIUM will release their new album, "Heart Like A Grave", via Century Media Records. Consisting of 10 songs and over an hour of music, the disc evolved to be an epic tour de force of Finnish melancholy. With four composers in the band, the sound of INSOMNIUM is now richer and more versatile than ever before. In the name of Nordic collaboration, the Swedish wizard Jens Bogren has been doing the mixing and mastering and made "Heart Like A Grave" the best-sounding INSOMNIUM album ever. INSOMNIUM said: "The concept of the album is to delve deep into the heart of the Finnish melancholy. We've been inspired by some of the bleakest and saddest songs, poems and tales that truly capture the essence of northern gloom. Land where the frost ravages the harvest and creeps inside the souls, summer ends before it even starts, wife leaves, little brother dies in snow on a Christmas morning, and the golden days of youth are forever gone. So there are echoes of Harmaja, Rautavaara, Vainio, Peltoniemen Hintriikka and, of course, our own petty, miserable lives." "Heart Like A Grave" track listing: 01. Wail Of The North 02. Valediction 03. Neverlast 04. Pale Morning Star 05. And Bells They Toll 06. The Offering 07. Mute Is My Sorrow 08. Twilight Trails 09. Heart Like A Grave 10. Karelia In other news, INSOMNIUM has announced the addition of guitarist Jani Liimatainen to the group's ranks. The band comments: "In 2018, it became apparent that Ville [Friman] could not combine the heavy touring anymore with his another career as a lecturer in York university. Hence, we decided that a third guitarist was needed to get the machinery running properly. We did not have to look far, since Jani Liimatainen had already been a live guitarist on several tours. And since this dude is amazing musician, vocalist, songwriter and all-round nice guy the decision was really a no-brainer. Now we are stronger than ever!" Ville comments: "Since 2010, I've been combining touring and band life with my science career. However, couple of years ago it became clear that it has become impossible for me to put my 100% in both. This is partly because of more demanding role at the University of York but also because INSOMNIUM has been growing steadily year by year leading to increasing amount of touring with every album. With Jani on board, we have secured a steady live lineup to keep delivering fierce live shows all around the world with me joining the band when time allows." Jani adds: "It is a great honour to join such an amazing band. I had already been touring with the guys on and off since 2015, filling in for Ville whenever needed, so when they asked me to officially join the band the answer was pretty much a no-brainer. I am looking forward to sharing many more metal moments with these guys who I am proud to call my friends." In November, INSOMNIUM will embark on a comprehensive European tour with the support from the U.S. extreme metal kings THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and Finland’s fiercest quintet STAM1NA. 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Replacing images : - ON On October 4, Finnish melodic death metal masters INSOMNIUM will release their new album, "Heart Like A Grave", via Century Media Records. Consisting of 10 songs and over an hour of music, the disc evolved to be an epic tour de force of Finnish melancholy. With four composers in the band, the sound of INSOMNIUM is now richer and more versatile than ever before. In the name of Nordic collaboration, the Swedish wizard Jens Bogren has been doing the mixing and mastering and made "Heart Like A Grave" the best-sounding INSOMNIUM album ever. INSOMNIUM said: "The concept of the album is to delve deep into the heart of the Finnish melancholy. We've been inspired by some of the bleakest and saddest songs, poems and tales that truly capture the essence of northern gloom. Land where the frost ravages the harvest and creeps inside the souls, summer ends before it even starts, wife leaves, little brother dies in snow on a Christmas morning, and the golden days of youth are forever gone. So there are echoes of Harmaja, Rautavaara, Vainio, Peltoniemen Hintriikka and, of course, our own petty, miserable lives." "Heart Like A Grave" track listing: 01. Wail Of The North 02. Valediction 03. Neverlast 04. Pale Morning Star 05. And Bells They Toll 06. The Offering 07. Mute Is My Sorrow 08. Twilight Trails 09. Heart Like A Grave 10. Karelia In other news, INSOMNIUM has announced the addition of guitarist Jani Liimatainen to the group's ranks. The band comments: "In 2018, it became apparent that Ville [Friman] could not combine the heavy touring anymore with his another career as a lecturer in York university. Hence, we decided that a third guitarist was needed to get the machinery running properly. We did not have to look far, since Jani Liimatainen had already been a live guitarist on several tours. And since this dude is amazing musician, vocalist, songwriter and all-round nice guy the decision was really a no-brainer. Now we are stronger than ever!" Ville comments: "Since 2010, I've been combining touring and band life with my science career. However, couple of years ago it became clear that it has become impossible for me to put my 100% in both. This is partly because of more demanding role at the University of York but also because INSOMNIUM has been growing steadily year by year leading to increasing amount of touring with every album. With Jani on board, we have secured a steady live lineup to keep delivering fierce live shows all around the world with me joining the band when time allows." Jani adds: "It is a great honour to join such an amazing band. I had already been touring with the guys on and off since 2015, filling in for Ville whenever needed, so when they asked me to officially join the band the answer was pretty much a no-brainer. I am looking forward to sharing many more metal moments with these guys who I am proud to call my friends." In November, INSOMNIUM will embark on a comprehensive European tour with the support from the U.S. extreme metal kings THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and Finland’s fiercest quintet STAM1NA.

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Array ( [post_title] => INSOMNIUM Reveals 'Heart Like A Grave' Album Details, Announces New Guitarist [post_content] => On October 4, Finnish melodic death metal masters INSOMNIUM will release their new album, "Heart Like A Grave", via Century Media Records. Consisting of 10 songs and over an hour of music, the disc evolved to be an epic tour de force of Finnish melancholy. With four composers in the band, the sound of INSOMNIUM is now richer and more versatile than ever before. In the name of Nordic collaboration, the Swedish wizard Jens Bogren has been doing the mixing and mastering and made "Heart Like A Grave" the best-sounding INSOMNIUM album ever. INSOMNIUM said: "The concept of the album is to delve deep into the heart of the Finnish melancholy. We've been inspired by some of the bleakest and saddest songs, poems and tales that truly capture the essence of northern gloom. Land where the frost ravages the harvest and creeps inside the souls, summer ends before it even starts, wife leaves, little brother dies in snow on a Christmas morning, and the golden days of youth are forever gone. So there are echoes of Harmaja, Rautavaara, Vainio, Peltoniemen Hintriikka and, of course, our own petty, miserable lives." "Heart Like A Grave" track listing: 01. Wail Of The North 02. Valediction 03. Neverlast 04. Pale Morning Star 05. And Bells They Toll 06. The Offering 07. Mute Is My Sorrow 08. Twilight Trails 09. Heart Like A Grave 10. Karelia In other news, INSOMNIUM has announced the addition of guitarist Jani Liimatainen to the group's ranks. The band comments: "In 2018, it became apparent that Ville [Friman] could not combine the heavy touring anymore with his another career as a lecturer in York university. Hence, we decided that a third guitarist was needed to get the machinery running properly. We did not have to look far, since Jani Liimatainen had already been a live guitarist on several tours. And since this dude is amazing musician, vocalist, songwriter and all-round nice guy the decision was really a no-brainer. Now we are stronger than ever!" Ville comments: "Since 2010, I've been combining touring and band life with my science career. However, couple of years ago it became clear that it has become impossible for me to put my 100% in both. This is partly because of more demanding role at the University of York but also because INSOMNIUM has been growing steadily year by year leading to increasing amount of touring with every album. With Jani on board, we have secured a steady live lineup to keep delivering fierce live shows all around the world with me joining the band when time allows." Jani adds: "It is a great honour to join such an amazing band. I had already been touring with the guys on and off since 2015, filling in for Ville whenever needed, so when they asked me to officially join the band the answer was pretty much a no-brainer. I am looking forward to sharing many more metal moments with these guys who I am proud to call my friends." In November, INSOMNIUM will embark on a comprehensive European tour with the support from the U.S. extreme metal kings THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and Finland’s fiercest quintet STAM1NA. [post_excerpt] => On October 4, Finnish melodic death metal masters INSOMNIUM will release their new album, "Heart Like A Grave", via Century Media Records. Consisting of 10 songs and over an hour of music, the disc evolved to be an epic tour de force of Finnish melancholy. With four composers in the band, the sound of INSOMNIUM is now richer and more versatile than ever before. In the name of Nordic collaboration, the Swedish wizard Jens Bogren has been doing the mixing and mastering and made "Heart Like A Grave" the best-sounding INSOMNIUM album ever. INSOMNIUM said: "The concept of the album is to delve deep into the heart of the Finnish melancholy. We've been inspired by some of the bleakest and saddest songs, poems and tales that truly capture the essence of northern gloom. Land where the frost ravages the harvest and creeps inside the souls, summer ends before it even starts, wife leaves, little brother dies in snow on a Christmas morning, and the golden days of youth are forever gone. So there are echoes of Harmaja, Rautavaara, Vainio, Peltoniemen Hintriikka and, of course, our own petty, miserable lives." "Heart Like A Grave" track listing: 01. Wail Of The North 02. Valediction 03. Neverlast 04. Pale Morning Star 05. And Bells They Toll 06. The Offering 07. Mute Is My Sorrow 08. Twilight Trails 09. Heart Like A Grave 10. Karelia In other news, INSOMNIUM has announced the addition of guitarist Jani Liimatainen to the group's ranks. The band comments: "In 2018, it became apparent that Ville [Friman] could not combine the heavy touring anymore with his another career as a lecturer in York university. Hence, we decided that a third guitarist was needed to get the machinery running properly. We did not have to look far, since Jani Liimatainen had already been a live guitarist on several tours. And since this dude is amazing musician, vocalist, songwriter and all-round nice guy the decision was really a no-brainer. Now we are stronger than ever!" Ville comments: "Since 2010, I've been combining touring and band life with my science career. However, couple of years ago it became clear that it has become impossible for me to put my 100% in both. This is partly because of more demanding role at the University of York but also because INSOMNIUM has been growing steadily year by year leading to increasing amount of touring with every album. With Jani on board, we have secured a steady live lineup to keep delivering fierce live shows all around the world with me joining the band when time allows." Jani adds: "It is a great honour to join such an amazing band. I had already been touring with the guys on and off since 2015, filling in for Ville whenever needed, so when they asked me to officially join the band the answer was pretty much a no-brainer. I am looking forward to sharing many more metal moments with these guys who I am proud to call my friends." In November, INSOMNIUM will embark on a comprehensive European tour with the support from the U.S. extreme metal kings THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and Finland’s fiercest quintet STAM1NA. 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Array ( [post_title] => SKILLET Releases 'Legendary' Music Video [post_content] => The official music video for multi SKILLET's new single, "Legendary", can be seen below. The song is taken from the two-time Grammy nominees' tenth full-length album, "Victorious", which will be released on August 2 via Atlantic. SKILLET frontman John Cooper told Billboard about "Legendary": "'Legendary' is kind of fun because it sounds like SKILLET, but it's actually a little different for SKILLET as well. That opening guitar riff isn't like anything we've ever done on guitar. It's a little bit bluesy, a little bit rock. I thought it was cool." Regarding the lyrical theme of "Legendary", John said: "The general message of 'Legendary' is to make your life count. You're going to have a lot of hard things in your life. Sometimes it will get you down, but you need to make your life count. You are only here for so long on earth, so every day fight to be legendary." Cooper said the song also holds a special place in his heart for another more personal reason. "For me, what this song is about is it's to all the people who said that SKILLET would never make it," he said. "They said we were too Christian. We were too pretty. We had too many girls in the band, too many keyboards. It's too musical. It's too this or too that and 23 years later and 10 albums later, we're very unlikely people to still be doing music." Coupled with the production strides made in the last full-length studio offering, 2016's "Unleashed", John and wife/guitarist/keyboardist Korey took the reins for the bulk of production on "Victorious" — a career first. "'Unleashed' recharged us, and we returned to what we love about writing," continues John. "It was tight and electronic hard rock. We wanted to keep the sound modern and pull in influences from hip-hop drums and keyboards, while staying riffy. 'Victorious' started there. Our confidence was sparked by the last record and all of the other projects. We were feeling prolific. We thought, 'We can produce our own SKILLET album.' It lit a fire. Korey and I have produced in the past, but nothing quite like this. It's a brand new season." In support of "Victorious", SKILLET will headline a tour this August joined by SEVENDUST with special guests POP EVIL and DEVOUR THE DAY. The track listing for "Victorious" is as follows: 01. Legendary 02. You Ain't Ready 03. Victorious 04. This Is The Kingdom 05. Save Me 06. Rise Up 07. Terrify The Dark 08. Never Going Back 09. Reach 10. Anchor 11. Finish Line 12. Back To Life Photo credit: Chrissy Nix

[post_excerpt] => The official music video for multi SKILLET's new single, "Legendary", can be seen below. The song is taken from the two-time Grammy nominees' tenth full-length album, "Victorious", which will be released on August 2 via Atlantic. SKILLET frontman John Cooper told Billboard about "Legendary": "'Legendary' is kind of fun because it sounds like SKILLET, but it's actually a little different for SKILLET as well. That opening guitar riff isn't like anything we've ever done on guitar. It's a little bit bluesy, a little bit rock. I thought it was cool." Regarding the lyrical theme of "Legendary", John said: "The general message of 'Legendary' is to make your life count. You're going to have a lot of hard things in your life. Sometimes it will get you down, but you need to make your life count. You are only here for so long on earth, so every day fight to be legendary." Cooper said the song also holds a special place in his heart for another more personal reason. "For me, what this song is about is it's to all the people who said that SKILLET would never make it," he said. "They said we were too Christian. We were too pretty. We had too many girls in the band, too many keyboards. It's too musical. It's too this or too that and 23 years later and 10 albums later, we're very unlikely people to still be doing music." Coupled with the production strides made in the last full-length studio offering, 2016's "Unleashed", John and wife/guitarist/keyboardist Korey took the reins for the bulk of production on "Victorious" — a career first. "'Unleashed' recharged us, and we returned to what we love about writing," continues John. "It was tight and electronic hard rock. We wanted to keep the sound modern and pull in influences from hip-hop drums and keyboards, while staying riffy. 'Victorious' started there. Our confidence was sparked by the last record and all of the other projects. We were feeling prolific. We thought, 'We can produce our own SKILLET album.' It lit a fire. Korey and I have produced in the past, but nothing quite like this. It's a brand new season." In support of "Victorious", SKILLET will headline a tour this August joined by SEVENDUST with special guests POP EVIL and DEVOUR THE DAY. The track listing for "Victorious" is as follows: 01. Legendary 02. You Ain't Ready 03. Victorious 04. This Is The Kingdom 05. Save Me 06. Rise Up 07. Terrify The Dark 08. Never Going Back 09. Reach 10. Anchor 11. Finish Line 12. Back To Life Photo credit: Chrissy Nix
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Replacing images : - ON The official music video for multi SKILLET's new single, "Legendary", can be seen below. The song is taken from the two-time Grammy nominees' tenth full-length album, "Victorious", which will be released on August 2 via Atlantic. SKILLET frontman John Cooper told Billboard about "Legendary": "'Legendary' is kind of fun because it sounds like SKILLET, but it's actually a little different for SKILLET as well. That opening guitar riff isn't like anything we've ever done on guitar. It's a little bit bluesy, a little bit rock. I thought it was cool." Regarding the lyrical theme of "Legendary", John said: "The general message of 'Legendary' is to make your life count. You're going to have a lot of hard things in your life. Sometimes it will get you down, but you need to make your life count. You are only here for so long on earth, so every day fight to be legendary." Cooper said the song also holds a special place in his heart for another more personal reason. "For me, what this song is about is it's to all the people who said that SKILLET would never make it," he said. "They said we were too Christian. We were too pretty. We had too many girls in the band, too many keyboards. It's too musical. It's too this or too that and 23 years later and 10 albums later, we're very unlikely people to still be doing music." Coupled with the production strides made in the last full-length studio offering, 2016's "Unleashed", John and wife/guitarist/keyboardist Korey took the reins for the bulk of production on "Victorious" — a career first. "'Unleashed' recharged us, and we returned to what we love about writing," continues John. "It was tight and electronic hard rock. We wanted to keep the sound modern and pull in influences from hip-hop drums and keyboards, while staying riffy. 'Victorious' started there. Our confidence was sparked by the last record and all of the other projects. We were feeling prolific. We thought, 'We can produce our own SKILLET album.' It lit a fire. Korey and I have produced in the past, but nothing quite like this. It's a brand new season." In support of "Victorious", SKILLET will headline a tour this August joined by SEVENDUST with special guests POP EVIL and DEVOUR THE DAY. The track listing for "Victorious" is as follows: 01. Legendary 02. You Ain't Ready 03. Victorious 04. This Is The Kingdom 05. Save Me 06. Rise Up 07. Terrify The Dark 08. Never Going Back 09. Reach 10. Anchor 11. Finish Line 12. Back To Life Photo credit: Chrissy Nix

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Array ( [post_title] => SKILLET Releases 'Legendary' Music Video [post_content] => The official music video for multi SKILLET's new single, "Legendary", can be seen below. The song is taken from the two-time Grammy nominees' tenth full-length album, "Victorious", which will be released on August 2 via Atlantic. SKILLET frontman John Cooper told Billboard about "Legendary": "'Legendary' is kind of fun because it sounds like SKILLET, but it's actually a little different for SKILLET as well. That opening guitar riff isn't like anything we've ever done on guitar. It's a little bit bluesy, a little bit rock. I thought it was cool." Regarding the lyrical theme of "Legendary", John said: "The general message of 'Legendary' is to make your life count. You're going to have a lot of hard things in your life. Sometimes it will get you down, but you need to make your life count. You are only here for so long on earth, so every day fight to be legendary." Cooper said the song also holds a special place in his heart for another more personal reason. "For me, what this song is about is it's to all the people who said that SKILLET would never make it," he said. "They said we were too Christian. We were too pretty. We had too many girls in the band, too many keyboards. It's too musical. It's too this or too that and 23 years later and 10 albums later, we're very unlikely people to still be doing music." Coupled with the production strides made in the last full-length studio offering, 2016's "Unleashed", John and wife/guitarist/keyboardist Korey took the reins for the bulk of production on "Victorious" — a career first. "'Unleashed' recharged us, and we returned to what we love about writing," continues John. "It was tight and electronic hard rock. We wanted to keep the sound modern and pull in influences from hip-hop drums and keyboards, while staying riffy. 'Victorious' started there. Our confidence was sparked by the last record and all of the other projects. We were feeling prolific. We thought, 'We can produce our own SKILLET album.' It lit a fire. Korey and I have produced in the past, but nothing quite like this. It's a brand new season." In support of "Victorious", SKILLET will headline a tour this August joined by SEVENDUST with special guests POP EVIL and DEVOUR THE DAY. The track listing for "Victorious" is as follows: 01. Legendary 02. You Ain't Ready 03. Victorious 04. This Is The Kingdom 05. Save Me 06. Rise Up 07. Terrify The Dark 08. Never Going Back 09. Reach 10. Anchor 11. Finish Line 12. Back To Life Photo credit: Chrissy Nix

[post_excerpt] => The official music video for multi SKILLET's new single, "Legendary", can be seen below. The song is taken from the two-time Grammy nominees' tenth full-length album, "Victorious", which will be released on August 2 via Atlantic. SKILLET frontman John Cooper told Billboard about "Legendary": "'Legendary' is kind of fun because it sounds like SKILLET, but it's actually a little different for SKILLET as well. That opening guitar riff isn't like anything we've ever done on guitar. It's a little bit bluesy, a little bit rock. I thought it was cool." Regarding the lyrical theme of "Legendary", John said: "The general message of 'Legendary' is to make your life count. You're going to have a lot of hard things in your life. Sometimes it will get you down, but you need to make your life count. You are only here for so long on earth, so every day fight to be legendary." Cooper said the song also holds a special place in his heart for another more personal reason. "For me, what this song is about is it's to all the people who said that SKILLET would never make it," he said. "They said we were too Christian. We were too pretty. We had too many girls in the band, too many keyboards. It's too musical. It's too this or too that and 23 years later and 10 albums later, we're very unlikely people to still be doing music." Coupled with the production strides made in the last full-length studio offering, 2016's "Unleashed", John and wife/guitarist/keyboardist Korey took the reins for the bulk of production on "Victorious" — a career first. "'Unleashed' recharged us, and we returned to what we love about writing," continues John. "It was tight and electronic hard rock. We wanted to keep the sound modern and pull in influences from hip-hop drums and keyboards, while staying riffy. 'Victorious' started there. Our confidence was sparked by the last record and all of the other projects. We were feeling prolific. We thought, 'We can produce our own SKILLET album.' It lit a fire. Korey and I have produced in the past, but nothing quite like this. It's a brand new season." In support of "Victorious", SKILLET will headline a tour this August joined by SEVENDUST with special guests POP EVIL and DEVOUR THE DAY. The track listing for "Victorious" is as follows: 01. Legendary 02. You Ain't Ready 03. Victorious 04. This Is The Kingdom 05. Save Me 06. Rise Up 07. Terrify The Dark 08. Never Going Back 09. Reach 10. Anchor 11. Finish Line 12. Back To Life Photo credit: Chrissy Nix
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