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MINISTRY Releases Trippy ‘Victims Of A Clown’ Video

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Like a mid-20th century funhouse gone mad, MINISTRY's just-released video for the track "Victims Of A Clown" is a relentless hallucinogenic ride through images of creepy clowns roaming circuses where there are no exits, men parading in ghoulish gas masks, psychological messaging, physical reality bending, and nightmarish suburbia. And then there's DJ Swamp's couture. You can check it all out below. "Victims Of A Clown" was produced and directed by Chris Roth and Steve Roth of The Other House Productions, the same team that created MINISTRY's surreal and provocative "Twilight Zone" video as well as "I'm Invisible" for Jourgensen's side project, SURGICAL METH MACHINE. "For the 'Victims Of A Clown' video, we strived for a drastic stylistic departure from 'Twilight Zone'," said Chris Roth. "'This video is a much more raw, down-and-dirty, crunchy graphic art film." Filmed in Los Angeles late last year, the entire video was shot exclusively with handheld cameras and the band was lit with extreme rapid flash lighting that limited the final palette of the video to only three colors — black, white, and red. "The end result," Steve Roth added, "is very powerful. Loaded with raw energy and power." MINISTRY is currently on the road in support of the band's new album, "AmeriKKKant" — with "Victims of a Clown" featured in the live set. Joining Jougensen in MINISTRY's current touring lineup are drummer Derek Abrams, vocalist Burton C. Bell (FEAR FACTORY), live scratcher DJ Swamp (BECK, THE CRYSTAL METHOD), alongside longtime bandmembers Sin Quirin and Cesar Soto on guitars, Tony Campos (FEAR FACTORY, STATIC-X, ASESINO, CAVALERA CONSPIRACY) on bass, and keyboardist John Bechdel (KILLING JOKE, FEAR FACTORY).

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[post_excerpt] => A PERFECT CIRCLE was the musical guest on the Monday, April 23 episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" The band played several songs — including "TalkTalk" and "So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish" — on the show's outdoor stage in front of a standing-room-only crowd. Official video footage of the performance can be seen below. "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" airs every weeknight at 11:35 p.m. and features a diverse lineup of guests that include celebrities, athletes, musical acts, comedians and human interest subjects, along with comedy bits and a house band. A PERFECT CIRCLE's new album, "Eat The Elephant", was released on April 20 and is the band's first collection of studio recordings since the 2004 covers LP, "eMOTive". A PERFECT CIRCLE's first official single from the new album was "The Doomed", while the band has also previewed song like "Feathers" and "TalkTalk" live. Frontman Maynard James Keenan revealed how he communicated with A PERFECT CIRCLE guitarist Billy Howerdel creatively while making "Eat The Elephant". Keenan explained to Kerrang!: "We haven't done an album in 14 years. He was probably thinking things were going to go the way they used to, and I was going to respond to sounds the way I used to. We really had to come up with a new language for each other." Asked how he tells Howerdel if a song's not working for him, Keenan responded: "There's no other way to do it other than to be straight and honest and deal with that week of misery. There's no other way to go about it. Like, 'I'm not hearing what you're hearing, sorry.' But the good news is that we wouldn't be standing here if I didn't hear it in other things, so that part you just have to figure out how to let it go." Howerdel said that making a record is always stressful, remarking: "It's hard not to get physically worn down from it. When you get to that place where you're not sleeping, and you can barely think straight, that's when you go, 'God, did I need to push it that hard? Or was it necessary?'"
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This platform dispels harmful myths about addiction by presenting the science behind the disorder in easy-to-read formats, guides concerned individuals through a self-assessment tool, helps to develop a proposed action plan, and provides a database of local treatment provider and facility resources. The Addiction Resource Line is a 1-800 helpline — 1-833-301-HELP (4357) — for individuals concerned about their own substance use or recovery or a loved one's substance use, and for family members grieving from an addiction related loss. The helpline, open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST, is staffed by clinicians and peer recovery support advocates that provide information about addiction and recovery, and connects callers to local treatment and support programs. "Only 11 percent of those with substance use disorder receive treatment. The ARC and the ARL are designed to change that," said Jessica Nickel, president and CEO of Addiction Policy Forum. "By giving individuals with substance use disorder, and their families, a website to go to and trained professionals to talk to, we believe we can connect people to the help they need and save lives." The ARC For Chris can be found at this location. [post_excerpt] => Vicky Cornell, wife of Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter and SOUNDGARDEN, TEMPLE OF THE DOG and AUDIOSLAVE frontman Chris Cornell, who died unexpectedly last May, has announced the launch of Addiction Resource Center (ARC) For Chris, an online resource for individuals and families struggling with addiction, as well as the Addiction Resource Line (ARL), a hotline that connects those in need with clinicians and peer recovery support advocates. More than 21 million Americans are suffering from addiction and the opioid crisis is growing every year. One of the greatest barriers to obtaining treatment is the lack of a trusted place to seek help when you or family member are in crisis and in need of good information and proper care. The Addiction Resource Center For Chris and the Addiction Resource Line help fill that gap by providing a central hub of information to assist people who are struggling with a substance use disorder and their loved ones. Chris Cornell had a history of substance use disorder and a relapse in substance use contributed to his death. "Addiction is a preventable and treatable disease," said Cornell. "While it's too late to bring Chris back, it's not too late for millions of other people who are struggling with addiction. These resources are designed to connect people to the help they need — help that is often way too difficult to find — in the hope that other families are spared the loss that my family is experiencing. There is no better way to honor to Chris than by saving lives." The Addiction Resource Center (ARC) For Chris is a comprehensive, interactive portal to help individuals and families struggling with addiction learn about substance use disorders and access help. This platform dispels harmful myths about addiction by presenting the science behind the disorder in easy-to-read formats, guides concerned individuals through a self-assessment tool, helps to develop a proposed action plan, and provides a database of local treatment provider and facility resources. The Addiction Resource Line is a 1-800 helpline — 1-833-301-HELP (4357) — for individuals concerned about their own substance use or recovery or a loved one's substance use, and for family members grieving from an addiction related loss. The helpline, open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST, is staffed by clinicians and peer recovery support advocates that provide information about addiction and recovery, and connects callers to local treatment and support programs. "Only 11 percent of those with substance use disorder receive treatment. The ARC and the ARL are designed to change that," said Jessica Nickel, president and CEO of Addiction Policy Forum. "By giving individuals with substance use disorder, and their families, a website to go to and trained professionals to talk to, we believe we can connect people to the help they need and save lives." The ARC For Chris can be found at this location. 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The Addiction Resource Center For Chris and the Addiction Resource Line help fill that gap by providing a central hub of information to assist people who are struggling with a substance use disorder and their loved ones. Chris Cornell had a history of substance use disorder and a relapse in substance use contributed to his death. "Addiction is a preventable and treatable disease," said Cornell. "While it's too late to bring Chris back, it's not too late for millions of other people who are struggling with addiction. These resources are designed to connect people to the help they need — help that is often way too difficult to find — in the hope that other families are spared the loss that my family is experiencing. There is no better way to honor to Chris than by saving lives." The Addiction Resource Center (ARC) For Chris is a comprehensive, interactive portal to help individuals and families struggling with addiction learn about substance use disorders and access help. This platform dispels harmful myths about addiction by presenting the science behind the disorder in easy-to-read formats, guides concerned individuals through a self-assessment tool, helps to develop a proposed action plan, and provides a database of local treatment provider and facility resources. The Addiction Resource Line is a 1-800 helpline — 1-833-301-HELP (4357) — for individuals concerned about their own substance use or recovery or a loved one's substance use, and for family members grieving from an addiction related loss. The helpline, open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST, is staffed by clinicians and peer recovery support advocates that provide information about addiction and recovery, and connects callers to local treatment and support programs. "Only 11 percent of those with substance use disorder receive treatment. The ARC and the ARL are designed to change that," said Jessica Nickel, president and CEO of Addiction Policy Forum. 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One of the greatest barriers to obtaining treatment is the lack of a trusted place to seek help when you or family member are in crisis and in need of good information and proper care. The Addiction Resource Center For Chris and the Addiction Resource Line help fill that gap by providing a central hub of information to assist people who are struggling with a substance use disorder and their loved ones. Chris Cornell had a history of substance use disorder and a relapse in substance use contributed to his death. "Addiction is a preventable and treatable disease," said Cornell. "While it's too late to bring Chris back, it's not too late for millions of other people who are struggling with addiction. These resources are designed to connect people to the help they need — help that is often way too difficult to find — in the hope that other families are spared the loss that my family is experiencing. There is no better way to honor to Chris than by saving lives." The Addiction Resource Center (ARC) For Chris is a comprehensive, interactive portal to help individuals and families struggling with addiction learn about substance use disorders and access help. This platform dispels harmful myths about addiction by presenting the science behind the disorder in easy-to-read formats, guides concerned individuals through a self-assessment tool, helps to develop a proposed action plan, and provides a database of local treatment provider and facility resources. The Addiction Resource Line is a 1-800 helpline — 1-833-301-HELP (4357) — for individuals concerned about their own substance use or recovery or a loved one's substance use, and for family members grieving from an addiction related loss. The helpline, open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST, is staffed by clinicians and peer recovery support advocates that provide information about addiction and recovery, and connects callers to local treatment and support programs. "Only 11 percent of those with substance use disorder receive treatment. The ARC and the ARL are designed to change that," said Jessica Nickel, president and CEO of Addiction Policy Forum. "By giving individuals with substance use disorder, and their families, a website to go to and trained professionals to talk to, we believe we can connect people to the help they need and save lives." The ARC For Chris can be found at this location. 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DIMMU BORGIR Frontman On Eight-Year Gap Between Albums: 'We Were Feeling That We Were Losing A Little Bit Of Our Identity'

Array ( [post_title] => DIMMU BORGIR Frontman On Eight-Year Gap Between Albums: 'We Were Feeling That We Were Losing A Little Bit Of Our Identity' [post_content] => Vocalist Shagrath of Norwegian black metallers DIMMU BORGIR recently spoke to Lords Of Metal about the eight-year gap between the release of the band's last studio album, "Abrahadabra", and the arrival of the follow-up effort, "Eonian". He said: "[It's] strange to have been away for quite some time; it feels kind of weird somehow. I have mixed feelings about it. We have not been lazy, though. "It has been almost eight years now since the previous record, but you have to remember that we have toured up until 2014," he continued. "It has been a world tour and festivals, many different stuff. It seems many years, but after the last gig in 2014, it was important for us to stop the train a little bit — to get off that train, take a break and reflect a little bit about the history of the band. We were feeling that we were losing a little bit of our identity. We were working with a lot of people and we felt like we needed to stop and take back the control of the band. We had to change our management, we had to re-sign our record deal with Nuclear Blast, we had to reflect on all sorts of communication and a lot of time passed. On top of that, we all have families. We all have kids within the band. Three kids have been born since the previous record: me, Silenoz [guitar] and Daray [drums] have become fathers, and, of course, family life, it takes time, and you have to find a balance between the musical scene and personal life. But it was important for us to take a little break and we are sorry to the fans, of course, because we did not want to disappoint out fans, but it was important to take a little break." According to Shagrath, DIMMU BORGIR took as much time as was needed to come up with a worthy successor to "Abrahadabra". "We kind of wanted a fresh new start and [to] recharge our batteries," he said. "Approximately three years ago, we decided… We had a meeting in a cabin for a weekend and discussed a bit what we were going to do. We decided that we would make another record. During the break, we still had contact, but not so often as we probably would have had [if we had decided to] just carry on. We needed some isolation between us to recharge and reflect. We agreed to go back to the pre-production studio and see if we could write some songs and what we could come up with. So we started writing and it was a bit strange, because we were starting with a blank page and we did not know what kind of direction we should go, but we all agreed that we would step back a bit from the grotesque symphonic works we had done, because we used so much orchestra on the previous record. So after the release of the 'Forces Of The Northern Light' DVD, that was like a chapter closed. We are done with that chapter now. So we wanted to start focusing more on creating songs that are more guitar-oriented. So we took it from there and the first song we created for this record was 'Archaic Correspondence', which is track number eight. It went smooth, actually. It was a little bit challenging in a way that you feel a pressure. We were thinking: 'Where do we take it from now? What shall we do?' But we had to close the world out and not think about opinions and try not to think so much about what we were doing. We wanted to focus on what comes from the heart. So that's what we did. When we had made the first song, it was easier to take step number two and three; the rest followed quite smoothly. You are in a bubble when creating songs, you know… That's what we did, and it was important for us to not have any pressure. We really took all the time and attention that was needed, and I think that also reflects on the record. We put a lot of effort and time in every song on this record as a whole, and that was important too, because in the past we stressed a lot about the deadlines — like, 'Now it is only three weeks to go in the studio.' Then the result can be bad, but this time, we said, 'Let's do an album and when [the writing] is done, we will call the studio and record.'" "Eonian" will be released on May 4 via Nuclear Blast. The disc contains 10 new tracks produced by the band itself and engineered by Jens Bogren. DIMMU BORGIR will embark on a short U.S. tour in August. The four-date trek will kick off on August 19 at the Psycho Las Vegas festival in Las Vegas, Nevada and conclude six days later at the PlayStation Theater in New York City.

[post_excerpt] => Vocalist Shagrath of Norwegian black metallers DIMMU BORGIR recently spoke to Lords Of Metal about the eight-year gap between the release of the band's last studio album, "Abrahadabra", and the arrival of the follow-up effort, "Eonian". He said: "[It's] strange to have been away for quite some time; it feels kind of weird somehow. I have mixed feelings about it. We have not been lazy, though. "It has been almost eight years now since the previous record, but you have to remember that we have toured up until 2014," he continued. "It has been a world tour and festivals, many different stuff. It seems many years, but after the last gig in 2014, it was important for us to stop the train a little bit — to get off that train, take a break and reflect a little bit about the history of the band. We were feeling that we were losing a little bit of our identity. We were working with a lot of people and we felt like we needed to stop and take back the control of the band. We had to change our management, we had to re-sign our record deal with Nuclear Blast, we had to reflect on all sorts of communication and a lot of time passed. On top of that, we all have families. We all have kids within the band. Three kids have been born since the previous record: me, Silenoz [guitar] and Daray [drums] have become fathers, and, of course, family life, it takes time, and you have to find a balance between the musical scene and personal life. But it was important for us to take a little break and we are sorry to the fans, of course, because we did not want to disappoint out fans, but it was important to take a little break." According to Shagrath, DIMMU BORGIR took as much time as was needed to come up with a worthy successor to "Abrahadabra". "We kind of wanted a fresh new start and [to] recharge our batteries," he said. "Approximately three years ago, we decided… We had a meeting in a cabin for a weekend and discussed a bit what we were going to do. We decided that we would make another record. During the break, we still had contact, but not so often as we probably would have had [if we had decided to] just carry on. We needed some isolation between us to recharge and reflect. We agreed to go back to the pre-production studio and see if we could write some songs and what we could come up with. So we started writing and it was a bit strange, because we were starting with a blank page and we did not know what kind of direction we should go, but we all agreed that we would step back a bit from the grotesque symphonic works we had done, because we used so much orchestra on the previous record. So after the release of the 'Forces Of The Northern Light' DVD, that was like a chapter closed. We are done with that chapter now. So we wanted to start focusing more on creating songs that are more guitar-oriented. So we took it from there and the first song we created for this record was 'Archaic Correspondence', which is track number eight. It went smooth, actually. It was a little bit challenging in a way that you feel a pressure. We were thinking: 'Where do we take it from now? What shall we do?' But we had to close the world out and not think about opinions and try not to think so much about what we were doing. We wanted to focus on what comes from the heart. So that's what we did. When we had made the first song, it was easier to take step number two and three; the rest followed quite smoothly. You are in a bubble when creating songs, you know… That's what we did, and it was important for us to not have any pressure. We really took all the time and attention that was needed, and I think that also reflects on the record. We put a lot of effort and time in every song on this record as a whole, and that was important too, because in the past we stressed a lot about the deadlines — like, 'Now it is only three weeks to go in the studio.' Then the result can be bad, but this time, we said, 'Let's do an album and when [the writing] is done, we will call the studio and record.'" "Eonian" will be released on May 4 via Nuclear Blast. The disc contains 10 new tracks produced by the band itself and engineered by Jens Bogren. DIMMU BORGIR will embark on a short U.S. tour in August. The four-date trek will kick off on August 19 at the Psycho Las Vegas festival in Las Vegas, Nevada and conclude six days later at the PlayStation Theater in New York City.
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Replacing images : - ON Vocalist Shagrath of Norwegian black metallers DIMMU BORGIR recently spoke to Lords Of Metal about the eight-year gap between the release of the band's last studio album, "Abrahadabra", and the arrival of the follow-up effort, "Eonian". He said: "[It's] strange to have been away for quite some time; it feels kind of weird somehow. I have mixed feelings about it. We have not been lazy, though. "It has been almost eight years now since the previous record, but you have to remember that we have toured up until 2014," he continued. "It has been a world tour and festivals, many different stuff. It seems many years, but after the last gig in 2014, it was important for us to stop the train a little bit — to get off that train, take a break and reflect a little bit about the history of the band. We were feeling that we were losing a little bit of our identity. We were working with a lot of people and we felt like we needed to stop and take back the control of the band. We had to change our management, we had to re-sign our record deal with Nuclear Blast, we had to reflect on all sorts of communication and a lot of time passed. On top of that, we all have families. We all have kids within the band. Three kids have been born since the previous record: me, Silenoz [guitar] and Daray [drums] have become fathers, and, of course, family life, it takes time, and you have to find a balance between the musical scene and personal life. But it was important for us to take a little break and we are sorry to the fans, of course, because we did not want to disappoint out fans, but it was important to take a little break." According to Shagrath, DIMMU BORGIR took as much time as was needed to come up with a worthy successor to "Abrahadabra". "We kind of wanted a fresh new start and [to] recharge our batteries," he said. "Approximately three years ago, we decided… We had a meeting in a cabin for a weekend and discussed a bit what we were going to do. We decided that we would make another record. During the break, we still had contact, but not so often as we probably would have had [if we had decided to] just carry on. We needed some isolation between us to recharge and reflect. We agreed to go back to the pre-production studio and see if we could write some songs and what we could come up with. So we started writing and it was a bit strange, because we were starting with a blank page and we did not know what kind of direction we should go, but we all agreed that we would step back a bit from the grotesque symphonic works we had done, because we used so much orchestra on the previous record. So after the release of the 'Forces Of The Northern Light' DVD, that was like a chapter closed. We are done with that chapter now. So we wanted to start focusing more on creating songs that are more guitar-oriented. So we took it from there and the first song we created for this record was 'Archaic Correspondence', which is track number eight. It went smooth, actually. It was a little bit challenging in a way that you feel a pressure. We were thinking: 'Where do we take it from now? What shall we do?' But we had to close the world out and not think about opinions and try not to think so much about what we were doing. We wanted to focus on what comes from the heart. So that's what we did. When we had made the first song, it was easier to take step number two and three; the rest followed quite smoothly. You are in a bubble when creating songs, you know… That's what we did, and it was important for us to not have any pressure. We really took all the time and attention that was needed, and I think that also reflects on the record. We put a lot of effort and time in every song on this record as a whole, and that was important too, because in the past we stressed a lot about the deadlines — like, 'Now it is only three weeks to go in the studio.' Then the result can be bad, but this time, we said, 'Let's do an album and when [the writing] is done, we will call the studio and record.'" "Eonian" will be released on May 4 via Nuclear Blast. The disc contains 10 new tracks produced by the band itself and engineered by Jens Bogren. DIMMU BORGIR will embark on a short U.S. tour in August. The four-date trek will kick off on August 19 at the Psycho Las Vegas festival in Las Vegas, Nevada and conclude six days later at the PlayStation Theater in New York City.

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Array ( [post_title] => DIMMU BORGIR Frontman On Eight-Year Gap Between Albums: 'We Were Feeling That We Were Losing A Little Bit Of Our Identity' [post_content] => Vocalist Shagrath of Norwegian black metallers DIMMU BORGIR recently spoke to Lords Of Metal about the eight-year gap between the release of the band's last studio album, "Abrahadabra", and the arrival of the follow-up effort, "Eonian". He said: "[It's] strange to have been away for quite some time; it feels kind of weird somehow. I have mixed feelings about it. We have not been lazy, though. "It has been almost eight years now since the previous record, but you have to remember that we have toured up until 2014," he continued. "It has been a world tour and festivals, many different stuff. It seems many years, but after the last gig in 2014, it was important for us to stop the train a little bit — to get off that train, take a break and reflect a little bit about the history of the band. We were feeling that we were losing a little bit of our identity. We were working with a lot of people and we felt like we needed to stop and take back the control of the band. We had to change our management, we had to re-sign our record deal with Nuclear Blast, we had to reflect on all sorts of communication and a lot of time passed. On top of that, we all have families. We all have kids within the band. Three kids have been born since the previous record: me, Silenoz [guitar] and Daray [drums] have become fathers, and, of course, family life, it takes time, and you have to find a balance between the musical scene and personal life. But it was important for us to take a little break and we are sorry to the fans, of course, because we did not want to disappoint out fans, but it was important to take a little break." According to Shagrath, DIMMU BORGIR took as much time as was needed to come up with a worthy successor to "Abrahadabra". "We kind of wanted a fresh new start and [to] recharge our batteries," he said. "Approximately three years ago, we decided… We had a meeting in a cabin for a weekend and discussed a bit what we were going to do. We decided that we would make another record. During the break, we still had contact, but not so often as we probably would have had [if we had decided to] just carry on. We needed some isolation between us to recharge and reflect. We agreed to go back to the pre-production studio and see if we could write some songs and what we could come up with. So we started writing and it was a bit strange, because we were starting with a blank page and we did not know what kind of direction we should go, but we all agreed that we would step back a bit from the grotesque symphonic works we had done, because we used so much orchestra on the previous record. So after the release of the 'Forces Of The Northern Light' DVD, that was like a chapter closed. We are done with that chapter now. So we wanted to start focusing more on creating songs that are more guitar-oriented. So we took it from there and the first song we created for this record was 'Archaic Correspondence', which is track number eight. It went smooth, actually. It was a little bit challenging in a way that you feel a pressure. We were thinking: 'Where do we take it from now? What shall we do?' But we had to close the world out and not think about opinions and try not to think so much about what we were doing. We wanted to focus on what comes from the heart. So that's what we did. When we had made the first song, it was easier to take step number two and three; the rest followed quite smoothly. You are in a bubble when creating songs, you know… That's what we did, and it was important for us to not have any pressure. We really took all the time and attention that was needed, and I think that also reflects on the record. We put a lot of effort and time in every song on this record as a whole, and that was important too, because in the past we stressed a lot about the deadlines — like, 'Now it is only three weeks to go in the studio.' Then the result can be bad, but this time, we said, 'Let's do an album and when [the writing] is done, we will call the studio and record.'" "Eonian" will be released on May 4 via Nuclear Blast. The disc contains 10 new tracks produced by the band itself and engineered by Jens Bogren. DIMMU BORGIR will embark on a short U.S. tour in August. The four-date trek will kick off on August 19 at the Psycho Las Vegas festival in Las Vegas, Nevada and conclude six days later at the PlayStation Theater in New York City.

[post_excerpt] => Vocalist Shagrath of Norwegian black metallers DIMMU BORGIR recently spoke to Lords Of Metal about the eight-year gap between the release of the band's last studio album, "Abrahadabra", and the arrival of the follow-up effort, "Eonian". He said: "[It's] strange to have been away for quite some time; it feels kind of weird somehow. I have mixed feelings about it. We have not been lazy, though. "It has been almost eight years now since the previous record, but you have to remember that we have toured up until 2014," he continued. "It has been a world tour and festivals, many different stuff. It seems many years, but after the last gig in 2014, it was important for us to stop the train a little bit — to get off that train, take a break and reflect a little bit about the history of the band. We were feeling that we were losing a little bit of our identity. We were working with a lot of people and we felt like we needed to stop and take back the control of the band. We had to change our management, we had to re-sign our record deal with Nuclear Blast, we had to reflect on all sorts of communication and a lot of time passed. On top of that, we all have families. We all have kids within the band. Three kids have been born since the previous record: me, Silenoz [guitar] and Daray [drums] have become fathers, and, of course, family life, it takes time, and you have to find a balance between the musical scene and personal life. But it was important for us to take a little break and we are sorry to the fans, of course, because we did not want to disappoint out fans, but it was important to take a little break." According to Shagrath, DIMMU BORGIR took as much time as was needed to come up with a worthy successor to "Abrahadabra". "We kind of wanted a fresh new start and [to] recharge our batteries," he said. "Approximately three years ago, we decided… We had a meeting in a cabin for a weekend and discussed a bit what we were going to do. We decided that we would make another record. During the break, we still had contact, but not so often as we probably would have had [if we had decided to] just carry on. We needed some isolation between us to recharge and reflect. We agreed to go back to the pre-production studio and see if we could write some songs and what we could come up with. So we started writing and it was a bit strange, because we were starting with a blank page and we did not know what kind of direction we should go, but we all agreed that we would step back a bit from the grotesque symphonic works we had done, because we used so much orchestra on the previous record. So after the release of the 'Forces Of The Northern Light' DVD, that was like a chapter closed. We are done with that chapter now. So we wanted to start focusing more on creating songs that are more guitar-oriented. So we took it from there and the first song we created for this record was 'Archaic Correspondence', which is track number eight. It went smooth, actually. It was a little bit challenging in a way that you feel a pressure. We were thinking: 'Where do we take it from now? What shall we do?' But we had to close the world out and not think about opinions and try not to think so much about what we were doing. We wanted to focus on what comes from the heart. So that's what we did. When we had made the first song, it was easier to take step number two and three; the rest followed quite smoothly. You are in a bubble when creating songs, you know… That's what we did, and it was important for us to not have any pressure. We really took all the time and attention that was needed, and I think that also reflects on the record. We put a lot of effort and time in every song on this record as a whole, and that was important too, because in the past we stressed a lot about the deadlines — like, 'Now it is only three weeks to go in the studio.' Then the result can be bad, but this time, we said, 'Let's do an album and when [the writing] is done, we will call the studio and record.'" "Eonian" will be released on May 4 via Nuclear Blast. The disc contains 10 new tracks produced by the band itself and engineered by Jens Bogren. DIMMU BORGIR will embark on a short U.S. tour in August. The four-date trek will kick off on August 19 at the Psycho Las Vegas festival in Las Vegas, Nevada and conclude six days later at the PlayStation Theater in New York City.
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JUDAS PRIEST Bassist Says ANDY SNEAP Is The 'Perfect Replacement' For GLENN TIPTON

Array ( [post_title] => JUDAS PRIEST Bassist Says ANDY SNEAP Is The 'Perfect Replacement' For GLENN TIPTON [post_content] => Val Tapia of 38IZ Videos recently conducted an interview with JUDAS PRIEST bassist Ian Hill. You can now listen to the chat below. Asked how Andy Sneap is doing filling in for JUDAS PRIEST guitarist Glenn Tipton, who announced two months ago that he was stepping away from the road due to his battle with Parkinson's disease, Hill said: "He's doing really, really well, especially when you consider he only had about three weeks to put a nearly two-hour set together, with lead breaks. And, of course, as the tour is going on, he's getting more confident on stage as well and he's putting in some tremendous performances in now. So musically, really, there's nothing missing — nobody will miss anything musically. Visually, of course, there's a big difference there; of course, Glenn isn't there. He's been an integral part of the band for all these years, for over 40 years." Ian continued: "It was a huge hit when [Glenn] said he couldn't do it. It wasn't a surprise; I think we all knew that it wasn't gonna happen this time around. He was diagnosed just before the ['Redeemer Of Souls'] tour, and during band rehearsals, he was pretty rough to start with. But as the days went on, he got better each day, to the point where he put in some tremendous performances on the last tour. And we were kind of hoping that was gonna happen this time around as well, but after the first week, we knew he couldn't do it. It was a tragic thing, really. And the hardest part was Glenn convincing himself that he couldn't do it. But Andy stepped up to the plate, and he's doing a great job — he really is doing a great job. He's a sort of perfect replacement, really, inasmuch as he's intimate with the new material, so he knows the structure of all the new songs, which is very important when you're trying to learn something. And he's been a fan of the band for years as well, so you can trust him with the band heritage, if you like. So he was a perfect fit." Tipton found out he had Parkinson's four years ago — after being stricken by the degenerative condition at least half a decade earlier — but only recently announced he was going to sit out touring activities in support of PRIEST's latest album, "Firepower". The guitarist, who is now 70 and has performed on every PRIEST LP since the band's 1974 debut set, "Rocka Rolla", is not quitting the band, but simply cannot handle the rigorous challenges of performing live. He is being replaced on tour by "Firepower" album producer Andy Sneap, also known for his work as the guitar player in NWOBHM revivalists HELL and cult thrash outfit SABBAT. JUDAS PRIEST kicked off the "Firepower" world tour on March 13 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. "Firepower" was released on March 9 via Epic. The North American leg of the "Firepower" tour will wrap on May 1 in San Antonio, Texas.

[post_excerpt] => Val Tapia of 38IZ Videos recently conducted an interview with JUDAS PRIEST bassist Ian Hill. You can now listen to the chat below. Asked how Andy Sneap is doing filling in for JUDAS PRIEST guitarist Glenn Tipton, who announced two months ago that he was stepping away from the road due to his battle with Parkinson's disease, Hill said: "He's doing really, really well, especially when you consider he only had about three weeks to put a nearly two-hour set together, with lead breaks. And, of course, as the tour is going on, he's getting more confident on stage as well and he's putting in some tremendous performances in now. So musically, really, there's nothing missing — nobody will miss anything musically. Visually, of course, there's a big difference there; of course, Glenn isn't there. He's been an integral part of the band for all these years, for over 40 years." Ian continued: "It was a huge hit when [Glenn] said he couldn't do it. It wasn't a surprise; I think we all knew that it wasn't gonna happen this time around. He was diagnosed just before the ['Redeemer Of Souls'] tour, and during band rehearsals, he was pretty rough to start with. But as the days went on, he got better each day, to the point where he put in some tremendous performances on the last tour. And we were kind of hoping that was gonna happen this time around as well, but after the first week, we knew he couldn't do it. It was a tragic thing, really. And the hardest part was Glenn convincing himself that he couldn't do it. But Andy stepped up to the plate, and he's doing a great job — he really is doing a great job. He's a sort of perfect replacement, really, inasmuch as he's intimate with the new material, so he knows the structure of all the new songs, which is very important when you're trying to learn something. And he's been a fan of the band for years as well, so you can trust him with the band heritage, if you like. So he was a perfect fit." Tipton found out he had Parkinson's four years ago — after being stricken by the degenerative condition at least half a decade earlier — but only recently announced he was going to sit out touring activities in support of PRIEST's latest album, "Firepower". The guitarist, who is now 70 and has performed on every PRIEST LP since the band's 1974 debut set, "Rocka Rolla", is not quitting the band, but simply cannot handle the rigorous challenges of performing live. He is being replaced on tour by "Firepower" album producer Andy Sneap, also known for his work as the guitar player in NWOBHM revivalists HELL and cult thrash outfit SABBAT. JUDAS PRIEST kicked off the "Firepower" world tour on March 13 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. "Firepower" was released on March 9 via Epic. The North American leg of the "Firepower" tour will wrap on May 1 in San Antonio, Texas.
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Array ( [post_title] => JUDAS PRIEST Bassist Says ANDY SNEAP Is The 'Perfect Replacement' For GLENN TIPTON [post_content] => Val Tapia of 38IZ Videos recently conducted an interview with JUDAS PRIEST bassist Ian Hill. You can now listen to the chat below. Asked how Andy Sneap is doing filling in for JUDAS PRIEST guitarist Glenn Tipton, who announced two months ago that he was stepping away from the road due to his battle with Parkinson's disease, Hill said: "He's doing really, really well, especially when you consider he only had about three weeks to put a nearly two-hour set together, with lead breaks. And, of course, as the tour is going on, he's getting more confident on stage as well and he's putting in some tremendous performances in now. So musically, really, there's nothing missing — nobody will miss anything musically. Visually, of course, there's a big difference there; of course, Glenn isn't there. He's been an integral part of the band for all these years, for over 40 years." Ian continued: "It was a huge hit when [Glenn] said he couldn't do it. It wasn't a surprise; I think we all knew that it wasn't gonna happen this time around. He was diagnosed just before the ['Redeemer Of Souls'] tour, and during band rehearsals, he was pretty rough to start with. But as the days went on, he got better each day, to the point where he put in some tremendous performances on the last tour. And we were kind of hoping that was gonna happen this time around as well, but after the first week, we knew he couldn't do it. It was a tragic thing, really. And the hardest part was Glenn convincing himself that he couldn't do it. But Andy stepped up to the plate, and he's doing a great job — he really is doing a great job. He's a sort of perfect replacement, really, inasmuch as he's intimate with the new material, so he knows the structure of all the new songs, which is very important when you're trying to learn something. And he's been a fan of the band for years as well, so you can trust him with the band heritage, if you like. So he was a perfect fit." Tipton found out he had Parkinson's four years ago — after being stricken by the degenerative condition at least half a decade earlier — but only recently announced he was going to sit out touring activities in support of PRIEST's latest album, "Firepower". The guitarist, who is now 70 and has performed on every PRIEST LP since the band's 1974 debut set, "Rocka Rolla", is not quitting the band, but simply cannot handle the rigorous challenges of performing live. He is being replaced on tour by "Firepower" album producer Andy Sneap, also known for his work as the guitar player in NWOBHM revivalists HELL and cult thrash outfit SABBAT. JUDAS PRIEST kicked off the "Firepower" world tour on March 13 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. "Firepower" was released on March 9 via Epic. The North American leg of the "Firepower" tour will wrap on May 1 in San Antonio, Texas.

[post_excerpt] => Val Tapia of 38IZ Videos recently conducted an interview with JUDAS PRIEST bassist Ian Hill. You can now listen to the chat below. Asked how Andy Sneap is doing filling in for JUDAS PRIEST guitarist Glenn Tipton, who announced two months ago that he was stepping away from the road due to his battle with Parkinson's disease, Hill said: "He's doing really, really well, especially when you consider he only had about three weeks to put a nearly two-hour set together, with lead breaks. And, of course, as the tour is going on, he's getting more confident on stage as well and he's putting in some tremendous performances in now. So musically, really, there's nothing missing — nobody will miss anything musically. Visually, of course, there's a big difference there; of course, Glenn isn't there. He's been an integral part of the band for all these years, for over 40 years." Ian continued: "It was a huge hit when [Glenn] said he couldn't do it. It wasn't a surprise; I think we all knew that it wasn't gonna happen this time around. He was diagnosed just before the ['Redeemer Of Souls'] tour, and during band rehearsals, he was pretty rough to start with. But as the days went on, he got better each day, to the point where he put in some tremendous performances on the last tour. And we were kind of hoping that was gonna happen this time around as well, but after the first week, we knew he couldn't do it. It was a tragic thing, really. And the hardest part was Glenn convincing himself that he couldn't do it. But Andy stepped up to the plate, and he's doing a great job — he really is doing a great job. He's a sort of perfect replacement, really, inasmuch as he's intimate with the new material, so he knows the structure of all the new songs, which is very important when you're trying to learn something. And he's been a fan of the band for years as well, so you can trust him with the band heritage, if you like. So he was a perfect fit." Tipton found out he had Parkinson's four years ago — after being stricken by the degenerative condition at least half a decade earlier — but only recently announced he was going to sit out touring activities in support of PRIEST's latest album, "Firepower". The guitarist, who is now 70 and has performed on every PRIEST LP since the band's 1974 debut set, "Rocka Rolla", is not quitting the band, but simply cannot handle the rigorous challenges of performing live. He is being replaced on tour by "Firepower" album producer Andy Sneap, also known for his work as the guitar player in NWOBHM revivalists HELL and cult thrash outfit SABBAT. JUDAS PRIEST kicked off the "Firepower" world tour on March 13 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. "Firepower" was released on March 9 via Epic. The North American leg of the "Firepower" tour will wrap on May 1 in San Antonio, Texas.
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[post_excerpt] => GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna was recently interviewed on "Whiplash", the KLOS radio show hosted by Full Metal Jackie. You can listen to the entire chat below. Asked which bands continue to inspire him when it comes to "melodic" music, Erna said: "That's a really good question, especially in today's day and age. There's just a lot of stuff out there that I'm just concerned about. I don't wanna say it's bad, I don't wanna say it's good, I'm just saying that I'm a little concerned about music right now. I feel like there's a lack of true bands out there. There's a lot of electronically built songs right now with a singer, and I'm just concerned about the talent and where it's going. Some of the bands that I still have a lot of high regard for are bands like FOO FIGHTERS, and in the pop genre, the Lady Gagas and people like that, that are really still singing, still playing, still dancing, doing what they do, showing their art, working hard, sweating, grinding, 'cause that's where the true magic happens for me. Not someone who's sitting behind a Pro Tools machine and pre-building drum beats and sampled sounds and just putting together like you glue a scrapbook together. And so it's an interesting question. I mean, obviously, METALLICA's out there still grinding; you've got AEROSMITH — I don't know if they're on their last leg or not; we've heard rumors. But, really, just for me, I appreciate bands that get out there and they grind and they work hard for what they get and show the gift that they've been given." Erna also talked about 2018 being the 20th anniversary of the release of the first GODSMACK album. He said: "We decided to kind of shelf the whole 20th-year-anniversary thing and it's just something we're silently celebrating amongst ourselves. Because what I didn't want to happen was I didn't want the 20th-year-anniversary to kind of overshadow this record [the upcoming 'When Legends Rise'], because we really feel like this record is very strong — maybe the strongest record we've written since the first one, as far as versatility and being unique. And so maybe we'll revisit that whole thing on the 25th-year-anniversary, but right now, it's just all about this record and it's about supporting this the best we can and not having something else to compete with. But looking back at 20 years, it's been an amazing journey. I mean, I love these guys; they're my brothers. We've loved each other, hated each other, fought, cried, laughed — we've done everything. And it's just been fun — it's been a learning experience, and I wouldn't change the road that we traveled for anything." "When Legends Rise", GODSMACK's seventh studio LP, arrives on April 27. The first single is called "Bulletproof". The new disc follows up 2014's "1000hp" and is the band's first release through BMG after splitting with its longtime home, Republic/Universal. GODSMACK will perform at several music festivals this spring and summer, before launching a tour with SHINEDOWN on July 22 in Clarkston, Michigan.
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Replacing images : - ON GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna was recently interviewed on "Whiplash", the KLOS radio show hosted by Full Metal Jackie. You can listen to the entire chat below. Asked which bands continue to inspire him when it comes to "melodic" music, Erna said: "That's a really good question, especially in today's day and age. There's just a lot of stuff out there that I'm just concerned about. I don't wanna say it's bad, I don't wanna say it's good, I'm just saying that I'm a little concerned about music right now. I feel like there's a lack of true bands out there. There's a lot of electronically built songs right now with a singer, and I'm just concerned about the talent and where it's going. Some of the bands that I still have a lot of high regard for are bands like FOO FIGHTERS, and in the pop genre, the Lady Gagas and people like that, that are really still singing, still playing, still dancing, doing what they do, showing their art, working hard, sweating, grinding, 'cause that's where the true magic happens for me. Not someone who's sitting behind a Pro Tools machine and pre-building drum beats and sampled sounds and just putting together like you glue a scrapbook together. And so it's an interesting question. I mean, obviously, METALLICA's out there still grinding; you've got AEROSMITH — I don't know if they're on their last leg or not; we've heard rumors. But, really, just for me, I appreciate bands that get out there and they grind and they work hard for what they get and show the gift that they've been given." Erna also talked about 2018 being the 20th anniversary of the release of the first GODSMACK album. He said: "We decided to kind of shelf the whole 20th-year-anniversary thing and it's just something we're silently celebrating amongst ourselves. Because what I didn't want to happen was I didn't want the 20th-year-anniversary to kind of overshadow this record [the upcoming 'When Legends Rise'], because we really feel like this record is very strong — maybe the strongest record we've written since the first one, as far as versatility and being unique. And so maybe we'll revisit that whole thing on the 25th-year-anniversary, but right now, it's just all about this record and it's about supporting this the best we can and not having something else to compete with. But looking back at 20 years, it's been an amazing journey. I mean, I love these guys; they're my brothers. We've loved each other, hated each other, fought, cried, laughed — we've done everything. And it's just been fun — it's been a learning experience, and I wouldn't change the road that we traveled for anything." "When Legends Rise", GODSMACK's seventh studio LP, arrives on April 27. The first single is called "Bulletproof". The new disc follows up 2014's "1000hp" and is the band's first release through BMG after splitting with its longtime home, Republic/Universal. GODSMACK will perform at several music festivals this spring and summer, before launching a tour with SHINEDOWN on July 22 in Clarkston, Michigan.

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Array ( [post_title] => GODSMACK Frontman: 'I Feel Like There's A Lack Of True Bands Out There' [post_content] => GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna was recently interviewed on "Whiplash", the KLOS radio show hosted by Full Metal Jackie. You can listen to the entire chat below. Asked which bands continue to inspire him when it comes to "melodic" music, Erna said: "That's a really good question, especially in today's day and age. There's just a lot of stuff out there that I'm just concerned about. I don't wanna say it's bad, I don't wanna say it's good, I'm just saying that I'm a little concerned about music right now. I feel like there's a lack of true bands out there. There's a lot of electronically built songs right now with a singer, and I'm just concerned about the talent and where it's going. Some of the bands that I still have a lot of high regard for are bands like FOO FIGHTERS, and in the pop genre, the Lady Gagas and people like that, that are really still singing, still playing, still dancing, doing what they do, showing their art, working hard, sweating, grinding, 'cause that's where the true magic happens for me. Not someone who's sitting behind a Pro Tools machine and pre-building drum beats and sampled sounds and just putting together like you glue a scrapbook together. And so it's an interesting question. I mean, obviously, METALLICA's out there still grinding; you've got AEROSMITH — I don't know if they're on their last leg or not; we've heard rumors. But, really, just for me, I appreciate bands that get out there and they grind and they work hard for what they get and show the gift that they've been given." Erna also talked about 2018 being the 20th anniversary of the release of the first GODSMACK album. He said: "We decided to kind of shelf the whole 20th-year-anniversary thing and it's just something we're silently celebrating amongst ourselves. Because what I didn't want to happen was I didn't want the 20th-year-anniversary to kind of overshadow this record [the upcoming 'When Legends Rise'], because we really feel like this record is very strong — maybe the strongest record we've written since the first one, as far as versatility and being unique. And so maybe we'll revisit that whole thing on the 25th-year-anniversary, but right now, it's just all about this record and it's about supporting this the best we can and not having something else to compete with. But looking back at 20 years, it's been an amazing journey. I mean, I love these guys; they're my brothers. We've loved each other, hated each other, fought, cried, laughed — we've done everything. And it's just been fun — it's been a learning experience, and I wouldn't change the road that we traveled for anything." "When Legends Rise", GODSMACK's seventh studio LP, arrives on April 27. The first single is called "Bulletproof". The new disc follows up 2014's "1000hp" and is the band's first release through BMG after splitting with its longtime home, Republic/Universal. GODSMACK will perform at several music festivals this spring and summer, before launching a tour with SHINEDOWN on July 22 in Clarkston, Michigan.

[post_excerpt] => GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna was recently interviewed on "Whiplash", the KLOS radio show hosted by Full Metal Jackie. You can listen to the entire chat below. Asked which bands continue to inspire him when it comes to "melodic" music, Erna said: "That's a really good question, especially in today's day and age. There's just a lot of stuff out there that I'm just concerned about. I don't wanna say it's bad, I don't wanna say it's good, I'm just saying that I'm a little concerned about music right now. I feel like there's a lack of true bands out there. There's a lot of electronically built songs right now with a singer, and I'm just concerned about the talent and where it's going. Some of the bands that I still have a lot of high regard for are bands like FOO FIGHTERS, and in the pop genre, the Lady Gagas and people like that, that are really still singing, still playing, still dancing, doing what they do, showing their art, working hard, sweating, grinding, 'cause that's where the true magic happens for me. Not someone who's sitting behind a Pro Tools machine and pre-building drum beats and sampled sounds and just putting together like you glue a scrapbook together. And so it's an interesting question. I mean, obviously, METALLICA's out there still grinding; you've got AEROSMITH — I don't know if they're on their last leg or not; we've heard rumors. But, really, just for me, I appreciate bands that get out there and they grind and they work hard for what they get and show the gift that they've been given." Erna also talked about 2018 being the 20th anniversary of the release of the first GODSMACK album. He said: "We decided to kind of shelf the whole 20th-year-anniversary thing and it's just something we're silently celebrating amongst ourselves. Because what I didn't want to happen was I didn't want the 20th-year-anniversary to kind of overshadow this record [the upcoming 'When Legends Rise'], because we really feel like this record is very strong — maybe the strongest record we've written since the first one, as far as versatility and being unique. And so maybe we'll revisit that whole thing on the 25th-year-anniversary, but right now, it's just all about this record and it's about supporting this the best we can and not having something else to compete with. But looking back at 20 years, it's been an amazing journey. I mean, I love these guys; they're my brothers. We've loved each other, hated each other, fought, cried, laughed — we've done everything. And it's just been fun — it's been a learning experience, and I wouldn't change the road that we traveled for anything." "When Legends Rise", GODSMACK's seventh studio LP, arrives on April 27. The first single is called "Bulletproof". The new disc follows up 2014's "1000hp" and is the band's first release through BMG after splitting with its longtime home, Republic/Universal. GODSMACK will perform at several music festivals this spring and summer, before launching a tour with SHINEDOWN on July 22 in Clarkston, Michigan.
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Reunited HITTMAN Plays First Comeback Concert (Video)

Array ( [post_title] => Reunited HITTMAN Plays First Comeback Concert (Video) [post_content] => Reunited 1980s New York metal band HITTMAN played its first comeback concert last night (Tuesday, April 24) at Blackthorn 51 in Elmhurst, New York. The group played a selection of cuts from its classic 1988 self-titled debut album as well as two new songs that will be included on HITTMAN's new CD, to be released soon. Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below. HITTMAN's first LP was reissued last October via No Remorse Records. Also included as bonus material was the original 1985 HITTMAN demo, remixed and remastered faithfully to the original, making this the first time it will have been released officially in the digital medium — a real treat for fans who have most likely only have heard it as a copied cassette, widely traded through the metal tape trading underground, often duplicated many generations, with tons of tape hiss, and degraded audio quality. The release boasted cleaner, more vivid re-imagined cover art (yet still a hundred percent faithful to the original) and was accompanied by a generous booklet of twenty-four pages containing never-seen photos, articles and other anecdotes, as well as liner notes by the underground press's first real champion of the band, Kerrang! and Metal Forces journalist Dave Reynolds. Dave took to the band early on, and was always an ardent supporter. HITTMAN will next perform at the the Keep It True festival in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany with a lineup including all four surviving original members: Dirk Kennedy (vocals), Jim Bacchi (previously known as Bachi; guitar), Chuck Khoury (previously known as Kory; drums) and John Inglima (previously known as Kristen; guitars). Joining them on bass is Greg Bier. HITTMAN bassist Mike Buccellato (previously known as Buccell) passed away tragically in 2013 and the band, still a tight-knit family, decided to reunite, partially, to pay tribute to his honor, but also to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the release of "Hittman". The album (and demo), still coveted by many fans of traditional, classic and power metal, has been kept alive by unofficial bootlegs, and social media, and the band decided now was time to do an official re-release and present the best possible result.

[post_excerpt] => Reunited 1980s New York metal band HITTMAN played its first comeback concert last night (Tuesday, April 24) at Blackthorn 51 in Elmhurst, New York. The group played a selection of cuts from its classic 1988 self-titled debut album as well as two new songs that will be included on HITTMAN's new CD, to be released soon. Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below. HITTMAN's first LP was reissued last October via No Remorse Records. Also included as bonus material was the original 1985 HITTMAN demo, remixed and remastered faithfully to the original, making this the first time it will have been released officially in the digital medium — a real treat for fans who have most likely only have heard it as a copied cassette, widely traded through the metal tape trading underground, often duplicated many generations, with tons of tape hiss, and degraded audio quality. The release boasted cleaner, more vivid re-imagined cover art (yet still a hundred percent faithful to the original) and was accompanied by a generous booklet of twenty-four pages containing never-seen photos, articles and other anecdotes, as well as liner notes by the underground press's first real champion of the band, Kerrang! and Metal Forces journalist Dave Reynolds. Dave took to the band early on, and was always an ardent supporter. HITTMAN will next perform at the the Keep It True festival in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany with a lineup including all four surviving original members: Dirk Kennedy (vocals), Jim Bacchi (previously known as Bachi; guitar), Chuck Khoury (previously known as Kory; drums) and John Inglima (previously known as Kristen; guitars). Joining them on bass is Greg Bier. HITTMAN bassist Mike Buccellato (previously known as Buccell) passed away tragically in 2013 and the band, still a tight-knit family, decided to reunite, partially, to pay tribute to his honor, but also to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the release of "Hittman". The album (and demo), still coveted by many fans of traditional, classic and power metal, has been kept alive by unofficial bootlegs, and social media, and the band decided now was time to do an official re-release and present the best possible result.
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Reunited HITTMAN Plays First Comeback Concert (Video)

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Array ( [post_title] => Reunited HITTMAN Plays First Comeback Concert (Video) [post_content] => Reunited 1980s New York metal band HITTMAN played its first comeback concert last night (Tuesday, April 24) at Blackthorn 51 in Elmhurst, New York. The group played a selection of cuts from its classic 1988 self-titled debut album as well as two new songs that will be included on HITTMAN's new CD, to be released soon. Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below. HITTMAN's first LP was reissued last October via No Remorse Records. Also included as bonus material was the original 1985 HITTMAN demo, remixed and remastered faithfully to the original, making this the first time it will have been released officially in the digital medium — a real treat for fans who have most likely only have heard it as a copied cassette, widely traded through the metal tape trading underground, often duplicated many generations, with tons of tape hiss, and degraded audio quality. The release boasted cleaner, more vivid re-imagined cover art (yet still a hundred percent faithful to the original) and was accompanied by a generous booklet of twenty-four pages containing never-seen photos, articles and other anecdotes, as well as liner notes by the underground press's first real champion of the band, Kerrang! and Metal Forces journalist Dave Reynolds. Dave took to the band early on, and was always an ardent supporter. HITTMAN will next perform at the the Keep It True festival in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany with a lineup including all four surviving original members: Dirk Kennedy (vocals), Jim Bacchi (previously known as Bachi; guitar), Chuck Khoury (previously known as Kory; drums) and John Inglima (previously known as Kristen; guitars). Joining them on bass is Greg Bier. HITTMAN bassist Mike Buccellato (previously known as Buccell) passed away tragically in 2013 and the band, still a tight-knit family, decided to reunite, partially, to pay tribute to his honor, but also to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the release of "Hittman". The album (and demo), still coveted by many fans of traditional, classic and power metal, has been kept alive by unofficial bootlegs, and social media, and the band decided now was time to do an official re-release and present the best possible result.

Reunited HITTMAN Plays First Comeback Concert (Video) [post_excerpt] => Reunited 1980s New York metal band HITTMAN played its first comeback concert last night (Tuesday, April 24) at Blackthorn 51 in Elmhurst, New York. The group played a selection of cuts from its classic 1988 self-titled debut album as well as two new songs that will be included on HITTMAN's new CD, to be released soon. Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below. HITTMAN's first LP was reissued last October via No Remorse Records. Also included as bonus material was the original 1985 HITTMAN demo, remixed and remastered faithfully to the original, making this the first time it will have been released officially in the digital medium — a real treat for fans who have most likely only have heard it as a copied cassette, widely traded through the metal tape trading underground, often duplicated many generations, with tons of tape hiss, and degraded audio quality. The release boasted cleaner, more vivid re-imagined cover art (yet still a hundred percent faithful to the original) and was accompanied by a generous booklet of twenty-four pages containing never-seen photos, articles and other anecdotes, as well as liner notes by the underground press's first real champion of the band, Kerrang! and Metal Forces journalist Dave Reynolds. Dave took to the band early on, and was always an ardent supporter. HITTMAN will next perform at the the Keep It True festival in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany with a lineup including all four surviving original members: Dirk Kennedy (vocals), Jim Bacchi (previously known as Bachi; guitar), Chuck Khoury (previously known as Kory; drums) and John Inglima (previously known as Kristen; guitars). Joining them on bass is Greg Bier. HITTMAN bassist Mike Buccellato (previously known as Buccell) passed away tragically in 2013 and the band, still a tight-knit family, decided to reunite, partially, to pay tribute to his honor, but also to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the release of "Hittman". The album (and demo), still coveted by many fans of traditional, classic and power metal, has been kept alive by unofficial bootlegs, and social media, and the band decided now was time to do an official re-release and present the best possible result.
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GENE SIMMONS On Possibility Of KISS 'Farewell Tour': 'We Can't Keep Doing This Forever'

Array ( [post_title] => GENE SIMMONS On Possibility Of KISS 'Farewell Tour': 'We Can't Keep Doing This Forever' [post_content] => Gene Simmons says that KISS will eventually embark on a farewell tour because he and his bandmates "can't keep doing this forever." Rumors of KISS's final run of live shows gained strength a couple of months ago following the news that the band was attempting to trademark the phrase "The End Of The Road." An application from KISS was filed on February 8 to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which — should it be accepted — means that the band could use it in connection with "live performances by a musical band." As it stands now, no official farewell tour has been announced. As most fans remember, back in 2000 and 2001, KISS already performed a "Farewell Tour". The trek, which was the last to feature drummer Peter Criss, played 142 shows over five legs, covering North America, Japan, and Australia. In a brand new interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Simmons acknowledged that KISS's final tour with the current lineup is likely to happen in the not-too-distant future. "There will be one at some point," he said. "We can't keep doing this forever. We are the hardest-working band in show business. If [Mick] Jagger stepped into my dragon boots, he couldn't last a half hour." More importantly, Simmons says, the band "doesn't want to stay on stage a day longer than when we feel valid… Remember, we introduced ourselves as, 'You wanted the best, you got the best, the hottest band in the world.' Not we 'used to be' the best." Simmons recenly that he "had nothing to do" with KISS's attempt to trademark "The End Of The Road." "I really don't know who stuck it on there, and I don't know if it's a fan or somebody in the band," he said. "I would tell you the truth. I literally don't know anything about it." Gene's KISS bandmate Paul Stanley confirmed that he was behind "The End Of The Road" trademark application, telling journalist Michael Cavacini: "It's not the first trademark that's been filed. I thought it was a terrific name, and I was surprised nobody had used it before. I wanted to make sure that when we used it, and there will be a time that we do, I imagine — I wanted to be sure that we own it and it's ours. When we wanted to go out and do the 'Hottest Show On Earth' tour, Ringling Bros. came to us and said, 'You can't do that.' It set off a light and bell for me. We've always had slogans or sayings that are synonymous with us, and this was another. Everything does end, in one form or another. When it's my time, I want to go out in style, and I want to go out guns blazing. So, when I came up with this idea, I thought let's make sure we tie this up." Stanley previously said that the band's tumultuous "Farewell Tour" in 2000 was nothing more than an attempt by the group to "put KISS out of its misery" after years of ego clashes and disagreements over songwriting credits between the band's original members. Stanley has repeatedly said that the band could one day continue without him and Simmons, explaining in an interview: "Once the original [KISS lineup] was no more, it just became clear to us that, in some ways, we're much more a sports team. We don't fall into the limitations of other bands, because we're not other bands. So, yeah, at some point, I'd love to see somebody in the band in my place, and it's because I love the band." Back in January, Stanley said that he wasn't sure "about the idea of KISS coming to an end. We've built something that's so iconic, and I think it transcends any of the members so I can certainly see me not being there, seriously." He also spoke about his reasons for wanting to spend less time on the road. "I don't want to go leave home," he said. "I have a family and I have children and, honestly, I think my primary responsibility is to be a dad, and I don't want to miss out on that. And certainly, as we got older, we know that life is finite and I pick and choose what I want to do at this point." [post_excerpt] => Gene Simmons says that KISS will eventually embark on a farewell tour because he and his bandmates "can't keep doing this forever." Rumors of KISS's final run of live shows gained strength a couple of months ago following the news that the band was attempting to trademark the phrase "The End Of The Road." An application from KISS was filed on February 8 to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which — should it be accepted — means that the band could use it in connection with "live performances by a musical band." As it stands now, no official farewell tour has been announced. As most fans remember, back in 2000 and 2001, KISS already performed a "Farewell Tour". The trek, which was the last to feature drummer Peter Criss, played 142 shows over five legs, covering North America, Japan, and Australia. In a brand new interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Simmons acknowledged that KISS's final tour with the current lineup is likely to happen in the not-too-distant future. "There will be one at some point," he said. "We can't keep doing this forever. We are the hardest-working band in show business. If [Mick] Jagger stepped into my dragon boots, he couldn't last a half hour." More importantly, Simmons says, the band "doesn't want to stay on stage a day longer than when we feel valid… Remember, we introduced ourselves as, 'You wanted the best, you got the best, the hottest band in the world.' Not we 'used to be' the best." Simmons recenly that he "had nothing to do" with KISS's attempt to trademark "The End Of The Road." "I really don't know who stuck it on there, and I don't know if it's a fan or somebody in the band," he said. "I would tell you the truth. I literally don't know anything about it." Gene's KISS bandmate Paul Stanley confirmed that he was behind "The End Of The Road" trademark application, telling journalist Michael Cavacini: "It's not the first trademark that's been filed. I thought it was a terrific name, and I was surprised nobody had used it before. I wanted to make sure that when we used it, and there will be a time that we do, I imagine — I wanted to be sure that we own it and it's ours. When we wanted to go out and do the 'Hottest Show On Earth' tour, Ringling Bros. came to us and said, 'You can't do that.' It set off a light and bell for me. We've always had slogans or sayings that are synonymous with us, and this was another. Everything does end, in one form or another. When it's my time, I want to go out in style, and I want to go out guns blazing. So, when I came up with this idea, I thought let's make sure we tie this up." Stanley previously said that the band's tumultuous "Farewell Tour" in 2000 was nothing more than an attempt by the group to "put KISS out of its misery" after years of ego clashes and disagreements over songwriting credits between the band's original members. Stanley has repeatedly said that the band could one day continue without him and Simmons, explaining in an interview: "Once the original [KISS lineup] was no more, it just became clear to us that, in some ways, we're much more a sports team. We don't fall into the limitations of other bands, because we're not other bands. So, yeah, at some point, I'd love to see somebody in the band in my place, and it's because I love the band." Back in January, Stanley said that he wasn't sure "about the idea of KISS coming to an end. We've built something that's so iconic, and I think it transcends any of the members so I can certainly see me not being there, seriously." He also spoke about his reasons for wanting to spend less time on the road. "I don't want to go leave home," he said. "I have a family and I have children and, honestly, I think my primary responsibility is to be a dad, and I don't want to miss out on that. And certainly, as we got older, we know that life is finite and I pick and choose what I want to do at this point." 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Array ( [post_title] => GENE SIMMONS On Possibility Of KISS 'Farewell Tour': 'We Can't Keep Doing This Forever' [post_content] => Gene Simmons says that KISS will eventually embark on a farewell tour because he and his bandmates "can't keep doing this forever." Rumors of KISS's final run of live shows gained strength a couple of months ago following the news that the band was attempting to trademark the phrase "The End Of The Road." An application from KISS was filed on February 8 to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which — should it be accepted — means that the band could use it in connection with "live performances by a musical band." As it stands now, no official farewell tour has been announced. As most fans remember, back in 2000 and 2001, KISS already performed a "Farewell Tour". The trek, which was the last to feature drummer Peter Criss, played 142 shows over five legs, covering North America, Japan, and Australia. In a brand new interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Simmons acknowledged that KISS's final tour with the current lineup is likely to happen in the not-too-distant future. "There will be one at some point," he said. "We can't keep doing this forever. We are the hardest-working band in show business. If [Mick] Jagger stepped into my dragon boots, he couldn't last a half hour." More importantly, Simmons says, the band "doesn't want to stay on stage a day longer than when we feel valid… Remember, we introduced ourselves as, 'You wanted the best, you got the best, the hottest band in the world.' Not we 'used to be' the best." Simmons recenly that he "had nothing to do" with KISS's attempt to trademark "The End Of The Road." "I really don't know who stuck it on there, and I don't know if it's a fan or somebody in the band," he said. "I would tell you the truth. I literally don't know anything about it." Gene's KISS bandmate Paul Stanley confirmed that he was behind "The End Of The Road" trademark application, telling journalist Michael Cavacini: "It's not the first trademark that's been filed. I thought it was a terrific name, and I was surprised nobody had used it before. I wanted to make sure that when we used it, and there will be a time that we do, I imagine — I wanted to be sure that we own it and it's ours. When we wanted to go out and do the 'Hottest Show On Earth' tour, Ringling Bros. came to us and said, 'You can't do that.' It set off a light and bell for me. We've always had slogans or sayings that are synonymous with us, and this was another. Everything does end, in one form or another. When it's my time, I want to go out in style, and I want to go out guns blazing. So, when I came up with this idea, I thought let's make sure we tie this up." Stanley previously said that the band's tumultuous "Farewell Tour" in 2000 was nothing more than an attempt by the group to "put KISS out of its misery" after years of ego clashes and disagreements over songwriting credits between the band's original members. Stanley has repeatedly said that the band could one day continue without him and Simmons, explaining in an interview: "Once the original [KISS lineup] was no more, it just became clear to us that, in some ways, we're much more a sports team. We don't fall into the limitations of other bands, because we're not other bands. So, yeah, at some point, I'd love to see somebody in the band in my place, and it's because I love the band." Back in January, Stanley said that he wasn't sure "about the idea of KISS coming to an end. We've built something that's so iconic, and I think it transcends any of the members so I can certainly see me not being there, seriously." He also spoke about his reasons for wanting to spend less time on the road. "I don't want to go leave home," he said. "I have a family and I have children and, honestly, I think my primary responsibility is to be a dad, and I don't want to miss out on that. And certainly, as we got older, we know that life is finite and I pick and choose what I want to do at this point." [post_excerpt] => Gene Simmons says that KISS will eventually embark on a farewell tour because he and his bandmates "can't keep doing this forever." Rumors of KISS's final run of live shows gained strength a couple of months ago following the news that the band was attempting to trademark the phrase "The End Of The Road." An application from KISS was filed on February 8 to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which — should it be accepted — means that the band could use it in connection with "live performances by a musical band." As it stands now, no official farewell tour has been announced. As most fans remember, back in 2000 and 2001, KISS already performed a "Farewell Tour". The trek, which was the last to feature drummer Peter Criss, played 142 shows over five legs, covering North America, Japan, and Australia. In a brand new interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Simmons acknowledged that KISS's final tour with the current lineup is likely to happen in the not-too-distant future. "There will be one at some point," he said. "We can't keep doing this forever. We are the hardest-working band in show business. If [Mick] Jagger stepped into my dragon boots, he couldn't last a half hour." More importantly, Simmons says, the band "doesn't want to stay on stage a day longer than when we feel valid… Remember, we introduced ourselves as, 'You wanted the best, you got the best, the hottest band in the world.' Not we 'used to be' the best." Simmons recenly that he "had nothing to do" with KISS's attempt to trademark "The End Of The Road." "I really don't know who stuck it on there, and I don't know if it's a fan or somebody in the band," he said. "I would tell you the truth. I literally don't know anything about it." Gene's KISS bandmate Paul Stanley confirmed that he was behind "The End Of The Road" trademark application, telling journalist Michael Cavacini: "It's not the first trademark that's been filed. I thought it was a terrific name, and I was surprised nobody had used it before. I wanted to make sure that when we used it, and there will be a time that we do, I imagine — I wanted to be sure that we own it and it's ours. When we wanted to go out and do the 'Hottest Show On Earth' tour, Ringling Bros. came to us and said, 'You can't do that.' It set off a light and bell for me. We've always had slogans or sayings that are synonymous with us, and this was another. Everything does end, in one form or another. When it's my time, I want to go out in style, and I want to go out guns blazing. So, when I came up with this idea, I thought let's make sure we tie this up." Stanley previously said that the band's tumultuous "Farewell Tour" in 2000 was nothing more than an attempt by the group to "put KISS out of its misery" after years of ego clashes and disagreements over songwriting credits between the band's original members. Stanley has repeatedly said that the band could one day continue without him and Simmons, explaining in an interview: "Once the original [KISS lineup] was no more, it just became clear to us that, in some ways, we're much more a sports team. We don't fall into the limitations of other bands, because we're not other bands. So, yeah, at some point, I'd love to see somebody in the band in my place, and it's because I love the band." Back in January, Stanley said that he wasn't sure "about the idea of KISS coming to an end. We've built something that's so iconic, and I think it transcends any of the members so I can certainly see me not being there, seriously." He also spoke about his reasons for wanting to spend less time on the road. "I don't want to go leave home," he said. "I have a family and I have children and, honestly, I think my primary responsibility is to be a dad, and I don't want to miss out on that. And certainly, as we got older, we know that life is finite and I pick and choose what I want to do at this point." 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ANTHRAX's SCOTT IAN On Finally Embracing SPOTIFY: 'If You Don't Adapt, Then You Don't Survive'

Array ( [post_title] => ANTHRAX's SCOTT IAN On Finally Embracing SPOTIFY: 'If You Don't Adapt, Then You Don't Survive' [post_content] => Scott Ian says that Spotify has "worked out really well" for ANTHRAX even though he was initially against the streaming-music service. While Spotify has gotten a lot of criticism for how little it pays artists for their music, many musicians have since have embraced the platform. Once one of the most recognizable and vocal artists speaking out against how streaming services treat musical artists, pop superstar Taylor Swift recently tied up with the company to release a video. In 2015, the ANTHRAX guitarist joined Swift in speaking out against Spotify when he said that "we should be being paid more for our streams" and claiming that services like Spotify had "really devalued music." But now, in an interview with Spain's Resurrection Fest, Ian revealed that he has changed his mind about Spotify, calling the service "a good tool for all bands" to have their music heard. "I wasn't a fan of streaming music initially, because I'm in a band and I felt like, 'All right, well, I don't like this idea because the bands are getting ripped off,'" Ian admitted (see video below). "I still feel like the bands are getting ripped off, but at the same time, I definitely enjoy… I love being able to be in my house and basically have any song ever right on my phone, and I can go on Spotify and I can have it streaming all through my house anytime. Adding that Spotify is "a good tool for all bands," Scott explained that streaming music "doesn't make up for a loss of record sales," but that consumers have moved their listening online, making the the streaming model the way of the future. "If you don't adapt, then you don't survive," he said. "It's evolution, and that's really what it is. And in the last few years, we've adapted and we've accepted what's going on in the world. You can't constantly fight a battle against things you're never going to win and have no control over. So you adapt and you accept it and you figure out, 'What's the best way this is gonna work for us? And how do we use this new tool to best represent ANTHRAX?' And Spotify has actually worked out really well for us in the last few years — especially on the last record. Because we really embraced it on 'For All Kings'. And kids discover us on Spotify and then they go buy a ticket to come see us. And then they're a fan for life once they see the band live." Last month, Scott's ANTHRAX bandmate, drummer Charlie Benante, made headlines when he said that "Apple had a big hand in destroying music" nearly 20 years ago when the music business refused to adapt to the changes brought about by the Internet. "The record companies had a big hand in it, because they got greedy," he said. "The artists got greedy when they felt, 'Oh, I can get a three-album deal for 75 million dollars,' but at the end of the day, if they're taking all that money, what happens to the lesser-known bands who are striving to become something? Where does that money come from? I mean, it was just such a mess, and it really dug a hole for itself. And now who is paying for it? Everybody." Issued in February 2016, "For All Kings" sold 34,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 9 on The Billboard 200 chart. According to Billboard, ANTHRAX was previously in the top 10 back in 1993 with "Sound Of White Noise", which debuted and peaked at No. 7. "For All Kings" also gave ANTHRAX its largest sales week for an album since "Sound Of White Noise"'s second week on sale (40,000; it debuted with 62,000). "For All Kings" was ANTHRAX's first studio album since 2011's "Worship Music" (No. 12 peak with 28,000 sold in its first week) and follows the 2013 covers set "Anthems" (No. 52; 8,000 sold in its debut frame).

[post_excerpt] => Scott Ian says that Spotify has "worked out really well" for ANTHRAX even though he was initially against the streaming-music service. While Spotify has gotten a lot of criticism for how little it pays artists for their music, many musicians have since have embraced the platform. Once one of the most recognizable and vocal artists speaking out against how streaming services treat musical artists, pop superstar Taylor Swift recently tied up with the company to release a video. In 2015, the ANTHRAX guitarist joined Swift in speaking out against Spotify when he said that "we should be being paid more for our streams" and claiming that services like Spotify had "really devalued music." But now, in an interview with Spain's Resurrection Fest, Ian revealed that he has changed his mind about Spotify, calling the service "a good tool for all bands" to have their music heard. "I wasn't a fan of streaming music initially, because I'm in a band and I felt like, 'All right, well, I don't like this idea because the bands are getting ripped off,'" Ian admitted (see video below). "I still feel like the bands are getting ripped off, but at the same time, I definitely enjoy… I love being able to be in my house and basically have any song ever right on my phone, and I can go on Spotify and I can have it streaming all through my house anytime. Adding that Spotify is "a good tool for all bands," Scott explained that streaming music "doesn't make up for a loss of record sales," but that consumers have moved their listening online, making the the streaming model the way of the future. "If you don't adapt, then you don't survive," he said. "It's evolution, and that's really what it is. And in the last few years, we've adapted and we've accepted what's going on in the world. You can't constantly fight a battle against things you're never going to win and have no control over. So you adapt and you accept it and you figure out, 'What's the best way this is gonna work for us? And how do we use this new tool to best represent ANTHRAX?' And Spotify has actually worked out really well for us in the last few years — especially on the last record. Because we really embraced it on 'For All Kings'. And kids discover us on Spotify and then they go buy a ticket to come see us. And then they're a fan for life once they see the band live." Last month, Scott's ANTHRAX bandmate, drummer Charlie Benante, made headlines when he said that "Apple had a big hand in destroying music" nearly 20 years ago when the music business refused to adapt to the changes brought about by the Internet. "The record companies had a big hand in it, because they got greedy," he said. "The artists got greedy when they felt, 'Oh, I can get a three-album deal for 75 million dollars,' but at the end of the day, if they're taking all that money, what happens to the lesser-known bands who are striving to become something? Where does that money come from? I mean, it was just such a mess, and it really dug a hole for itself. And now who is paying for it? Everybody." Issued in February 2016, "For All Kings" sold 34,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 9 on The Billboard 200 chart. According to Billboard, ANTHRAX was previously in the top 10 back in 1993 with "Sound Of White Noise", which debuted and peaked at No. 7. "For All Kings" also gave ANTHRAX its largest sales week for an album since "Sound Of White Noise"'s second week on sale (40,000; it debuted with 62,000). "For All Kings" was ANTHRAX's first studio album since 2011's "Worship Music" (No. 12 peak with 28,000 sold in its first week) and follows the 2013 covers set "Anthems" (No. 52; 8,000 sold in its debut frame).
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Array ( [post_title] => ANTHRAX's SCOTT IAN On Finally Embracing SPOTIFY: 'If You Don't Adapt, Then You Don't Survive' [post_content] => Scott Ian says that Spotify has "worked out really well" for ANTHRAX even though he was initially against the streaming-music service. While Spotify has gotten a lot of criticism for how little it pays artists for their music, many musicians have since have embraced the platform. Once one of the most recognizable and vocal artists speaking out against how streaming services treat musical artists, pop superstar Taylor Swift recently tied up with the company to release a video. In 2015, the ANTHRAX guitarist joined Swift in speaking out against Spotify when he said that "we should be being paid more for our streams" and claiming that services like Spotify had "really devalued music." But now, in an interview with Spain's Resurrection Fest, Ian revealed that he has changed his mind about Spotify, calling the service "a good tool for all bands" to have their music heard. "I wasn't a fan of streaming music initially, because I'm in a band and I felt like, 'All right, well, I don't like this idea because the bands are getting ripped off,'" Ian admitted (see video below). "I still feel like the bands are getting ripped off, but at the same time, I definitely enjoy… I love being able to be in my house and basically have any song ever right on my phone, and I can go on Spotify and I can have it streaming all through my house anytime. Adding that Spotify is "a good tool for all bands," Scott explained that streaming music "doesn't make up for a loss of record sales," but that consumers have moved their listening online, making the the streaming model the way of the future. "If you don't adapt, then you don't survive," he said. "It's evolution, and that's really what it is. And in the last few years, we've adapted and we've accepted what's going on in the world. You can't constantly fight a battle against things you're never going to win and have no control over. So you adapt and you accept it and you figure out, 'What's the best way this is gonna work for us? And how do we use this new tool to best represent ANTHRAX?' And Spotify has actually worked out really well for us in the last few years — especially on the last record. Because we really embraced it on 'For All Kings'. And kids discover us on Spotify and then they go buy a ticket to come see us. And then they're a fan for life once they see the band live." Last month, Scott's ANTHRAX bandmate, drummer Charlie Benante, made headlines when he said that "Apple had a big hand in destroying music" nearly 20 years ago when the music business refused to adapt to the changes brought about by the Internet. "The record companies had a big hand in it, because they got greedy," he said. "The artists got greedy when they felt, 'Oh, I can get a three-album deal for 75 million dollars,' but at the end of the day, if they're taking all that money, what happens to the lesser-known bands who are striving to become something? Where does that money come from? I mean, it was just such a mess, and it really dug a hole for itself. And now who is paying for it? Everybody." Issued in February 2016, "For All Kings" sold 34,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 9 on The Billboard 200 chart. According to Billboard, ANTHRAX was previously in the top 10 back in 1993 with "Sound Of White Noise", which debuted and peaked at No. 7. "For All Kings" also gave ANTHRAX its largest sales week for an album since "Sound Of White Noise"'s second week on sale (40,000; it debuted with 62,000). "For All Kings" was ANTHRAX's first studio album since 2011's "Worship Music" (No. 12 peak with 28,000 sold in its first week) and follows the 2013 covers set "Anthems" (No. 52; 8,000 sold in its debut frame).

[post_excerpt] => Scott Ian says that Spotify has "worked out really well" for ANTHRAX even though he was initially against the streaming-music service. While Spotify has gotten a lot of criticism for how little it pays artists for their music, many musicians have since have embraced the platform. Once one of the most recognizable and vocal artists speaking out against how streaming services treat musical artists, pop superstar Taylor Swift recently tied up with the company to release a video. In 2015, the ANTHRAX guitarist joined Swift in speaking out against Spotify when he said that "we should be being paid more for our streams" and claiming that services like Spotify had "really devalued music." But now, in an interview with Spain's Resurrection Fest, Ian revealed that he has changed his mind about Spotify, calling the service "a good tool for all bands" to have their music heard. "I wasn't a fan of streaming music initially, because I'm in a band and I felt like, 'All right, well, I don't like this idea because the bands are getting ripped off,'" Ian admitted (see video below). "I still feel like the bands are getting ripped off, but at the same time, I definitely enjoy… I love being able to be in my house and basically have any song ever right on my phone, and I can go on Spotify and I can have it streaming all through my house anytime. Adding that Spotify is "a good tool for all bands," Scott explained that streaming music "doesn't make up for a loss of record sales," but that consumers have moved their listening online, making the the streaming model the way of the future. "If you don't adapt, then you don't survive," he said. "It's evolution, and that's really what it is. And in the last few years, we've adapted and we've accepted what's going on in the world. You can't constantly fight a battle against things you're never going to win and have no control over. So you adapt and you accept it and you figure out, 'What's the best way this is gonna work for us? And how do we use this new tool to best represent ANTHRAX?' And Spotify has actually worked out really well for us in the last few years — especially on the last record. Because we really embraced it on 'For All Kings'. And kids discover us on Spotify and then they go buy a ticket to come see us. And then they're a fan for life once they see the band live." Last month, Scott's ANTHRAX bandmate, drummer Charlie Benante, made headlines when he said that "Apple had a big hand in destroying music" nearly 20 years ago when the music business refused to adapt to the changes brought about by the Internet. "The record companies had a big hand in it, because they got greedy," he said. "The artists got greedy when they felt, 'Oh, I can get a three-album deal for 75 million dollars,' but at the end of the day, if they're taking all that money, what happens to the lesser-known bands who are striving to become something? Where does that money come from? I mean, it was just such a mess, and it really dug a hole for itself. And now who is paying for it? Everybody." Issued in February 2016, "For All Kings" sold 34,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 9 on The Billboard 200 chart. According to Billboard, ANTHRAX was previously in the top 10 back in 1993 with "Sound Of White Noise", which debuted and peaked at No. 7. "For All Kings" also gave ANTHRAX its largest sales week for an album since "Sound Of White Noise"'s second week on sale (40,000; it debuted with 62,000). "For All Kings" was ANTHRAX's first studio album since 2011's "Worship Music" (No. 12 peak with 28,000 sold in its first week) and follows the 2013 covers set "Anthems" (No. 52; 8,000 sold in its debut frame).
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GUS G. On Being Replaced By ZAKK WYLDE In OZZY OSBOURNE's Band: 'Honestly, It Was A Little Bit Of A Relief'

Array ( [post_title] => GUS G. On Being Replaced By ZAKK WYLDE In OZZY OSBOURNE's Band: 'Honestly, It Was A Little Bit Of A Relief' [post_content] => Greek guitar virtuoso Gus G., who joined Ozzy Osbourne's band just under a decade ago, says that "it was a little bit of a relief" to find out that the BLACK SABBATH singer was getting back together with his longtime axeman Zakk Wylde. It was announced last April that Wylde would be rejoining Ozzy's backing group for all his upcoming solo show dates. Osbourne's touring lineup also includes Rob "Blasko" Nicholson on bass, Tommy Clufetos on drums and Adam Wakeman on keyboards. Gus, who played on Ozzy's latest studio album, 2010's "Scream", said in a new interview with TrueMetal.it that he wasn't upset when he found out that Ozzy was going to be working with Zakk again. "Honestly, it was a little bit of a relief, because I was just kind of tired of waiting around for all these years, not hearing anything" about potential tours or recording activities, Gus said. "Of course, [Ozzy] was very busy with BLACK SABBATH — I understand that — but then in between of all that, there would be all these one-off [solo Ozzy] shows popping up and I had to make myself available for that. But there was never any… I felt like there was no… I didn't see stuff coming up for the future, you know? So, as much as I loved being in that band and working with him, in a way, it was a little bit of a dead end for me, speaking personally. Of course, now he's gonna go on a big tour again and do his farewell thing, and that's great for him, but it was not a creative thing for me." According to Gus, part of his frustration stemmed from the fact that he wasn't told far in advance when his services would be needed by Ozzy, making it difficult for the guitarist to make long-term plans with any of his other projects. "There was never any definite announcement, like, 'Hey, guys, we're gonna see you next year' or something; it was always, like, 'We'll see what happens,'" he said. "So that's a bit of an uncertainty right there, and, of course, I had my own band [and] I had stuff to do, but I could never really book stuff too far ahead into the future just in case something [with Ozzy] came up. So it was really hard to get some info at some points… Anyways, you know, that's how it is; that was the situation. So, yeah, in a way, like I said, it was a relief, because now I can totally control what I'm gonna be doing, and that's a much nicer feeling." Gus also confirmed that some of the musical ideas on his latest solo album, "Fearless", including the track "Mr. Manson", were originally set aside for a possible Ozzy collaboration. "The original idea [for 'Mr. Manson'] was, yeah, to give it to Ozzy," he said. "I had the main riff, which was very SABBATH, very 'N.I.B.' style… Yeah, I wrote it originally with the intention of showing it to him, but, obviously, nothing came out of that. So I had this and a couple of other riffs, actually, on my hard drive for years, just sitting there, and I sent it to Dennis [Ward] and I said, 'Hey, listen, this is what happened. I have this.' And I think he was just inspired by that, and he wrote the lyrics for 'Mr. Manson'." On "Fearless", Gus is joined by vocalist/bassist Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69, UNISONIC) and drummer Will Hunt (EVANESCENCE). The disc was released on April 20 via AFM Records. The follow-up to 2015's "Brand New Revolution" marks Gus's first release since exiting Osbourne's band in 2017. Wylde originally joined Osbourne's band three decades ago and backed the legendary frontman from 1987 to 1995, then again in 1998, from 2001 to 2004 and also from 2006 to 2009. [post_excerpt] => Greek guitar virtuoso Gus G., who joined Ozzy Osbourne's band just under a decade ago, says that "it was a little bit of a relief" to find out that the BLACK SABBATH singer was getting back together with his longtime axeman Zakk Wylde. It was announced last April that Wylde would be rejoining Ozzy's backing group for all his upcoming solo show dates. Osbourne's touring lineup also includes Rob "Blasko" Nicholson on bass, Tommy Clufetos on drums and Adam Wakeman on keyboards. Gus, who played on Ozzy's latest studio album, 2010's "Scream", said in a new interview with TrueMetal.it that he wasn't upset when he found out that Ozzy was going to be working with Zakk again. "Honestly, it was a little bit of a relief, because I was just kind of tired of waiting around for all these years, not hearing anything" about potential tours or recording activities, Gus said. "Of course, [Ozzy] was very busy with BLACK SABBATH — I understand that — but then in between of all that, there would be all these one-off [solo Ozzy] shows popping up and I had to make myself available for that. But there was never any… I felt like there was no… I didn't see stuff coming up for the future, you know? So, as much as I loved being in that band and working with him, in a way, it was a little bit of a dead end for me, speaking personally. Of course, now he's gonna go on a big tour again and do his farewell thing, and that's great for him, but it was not a creative thing for me." According to Gus, part of his frustration stemmed from the fact that he wasn't told far in advance when his services would be needed by Ozzy, making it difficult for the guitarist to make long-term plans with any of his other projects. "There was never any definite announcement, like, 'Hey, guys, we're gonna see you next year' or something; it was always, like, 'We'll see what happens,'" he said. "So that's a bit of an uncertainty right there, and, of course, I had my own band [and] I had stuff to do, but I could never really book stuff too far ahead into the future just in case something [with Ozzy] came up. So it was really hard to get some info at some points… Anyways, you know, that's how it is; that was the situation. So, yeah, in a way, like I said, it was a relief, because now I can totally control what I'm gonna be doing, and that's a much nicer feeling." Gus also confirmed that some of the musical ideas on his latest solo album, "Fearless", including the track "Mr. Manson", were originally set aside for a possible Ozzy collaboration. "The original idea [for 'Mr. Manson'] was, yeah, to give it to Ozzy," he said. "I had the main riff, which was very SABBATH, very 'N.I.B.' style… Yeah, I wrote it originally with the intention of showing it to him, but, obviously, nothing came out of that. So I had this and a couple of other riffs, actually, on my hard drive for years, just sitting there, and I sent it to Dennis [Ward] and I said, 'Hey, listen, this is what happened. I have this.' And I think he was just inspired by that, and he wrote the lyrics for 'Mr. Manson'." On "Fearless", Gus is joined by vocalist/bassist Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69, UNISONIC) and drummer Will Hunt (EVANESCENCE). The disc was released on April 20 via AFM Records. The follow-up to 2015's "Brand New Revolution" marks Gus's first release since exiting Osbourne's band in 2017. Wylde originally joined Osbourne's band three decades ago and backed the legendary frontman from 1987 to 1995, then again in 1998, from 2001 to 2004 and also from 2006 to 2009. 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Array ( [post_title] => GUS G. On Being Replaced By ZAKK WYLDE In OZZY OSBOURNE's Band: 'Honestly, It Was A Little Bit Of A Relief' [post_content] => Greek guitar virtuoso Gus G., who joined Ozzy Osbourne's band just under a decade ago, says that "it was a little bit of a relief" to find out that the BLACK SABBATH singer was getting back together with his longtime axeman Zakk Wylde. It was announced last April that Wylde would be rejoining Ozzy's backing group for all his upcoming solo show dates. Osbourne's touring lineup also includes Rob "Blasko" Nicholson on bass, Tommy Clufetos on drums and Adam Wakeman on keyboards. Gus, who played on Ozzy's latest studio album, 2010's "Scream", said in a new interview with TrueMetal.it that he wasn't upset when he found out that Ozzy was going to be working with Zakk again. "Honestly, it was a little bit of a relief, because I was just kind of tired of waiting around for all these years, not hearing anything" about potential tours or recording activities, Gus said. "Of course, [Ozzy] was very busy with BLACK SABBATH — I understand that — but then in between of all that, there would be all these one-off [solo Ozzy] shows popping up and I had to make myself available for that. But there was never any… I felt like there was no… I didn't see stuff coming up for the future, you know? So, as much as I loved being in that band and working with him, in a way, it was a little bit of a dead end for me, speaking personally. Of course, now he's gonna go on a big tour again and do his farewell thing, and that's great for him, but it was not a creative thing for me." According to Gus, part of his frustration stemmed from the fact that he wasn't told far in advance when his services would be needed by Ozzy, making it difficult for the guitarist to make long-term plans with any of his other projects. "There was never any definite announcement, like, 'Hey, guys, we're gonna see you next year' or something; it was always, like, 'We'll see what happens,'" he said. "So that's a bit of an uncertainty right there, and, of course, I had my own band [and] I had stuff to do, but I could never really book stuff too far ahead into the future just in case something [with Ozzy] came up. So it was really hard to get some info at some points… Anyways, you know, that's how it is; that was the situation. So, yeah, in a way, like I said, it was a relief, because now I can totally control what I'm gonna be doing, and that's a much nicer feeling." Gus also confirmed that some of the musical ideas on his latest solo album, "Fearless", including the track "Mr. Manson", were originally set aside for a possible Ozzy collaboration. "The original idea [for 'Mr. Manson'] was, yeah, to give it to Ozzy," he said. "I had the main riff, which was very SABBATH, very 'N.I.B.' style… Yeah, I wrote it originally with the intention of showing it to him, but, obviously, nothing came out of that. So I had this and a couple of other riffs, actually, on my hard drive for years, just sitting there, and I sent it to Dennis [Ward] and I said, 'Hey, listen, this is what happened. I have this.' And I think he was just inspired by that, and he wrote the lyrics for 'Mr. Manson'." On "Fearless", Gus is joined by vocalist/bassist Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69, UNISONIC) and drummer Will Hunt (EVANESCENCE). The disc was released on April 20 via AFM Records. The follow-up to 2015's "Brand New Revolution" marks Gus's first release since exiting Osbourne's band in 2017. Wylde originally joined Osbourne's band three decades ago and backed the legendary frontman from 1987 to 1995, then again in 1998, from 2001 to 2004 and also from 2006 to 2009. [post_excerpt] => Greek guitar virtuoso Gus G., who joined Ozzy Osbourne's band just under a decade ago, says that "it was a little bit of a relief" to find out that the BLACK SABBATH singer was getting back together with his longtime axeman Zakk Wylde. It was announced last April that Wylde would be rejoining Ozzy's backing group for all his upcoming solo show dates. Osbourne's touring lineup also includes Rob "Blasko" Nicholson on bass, Tommy Clufetos on drums and Adam Wakeman on keyboards. Gus, who played on Ozzy's latest studio album, 2010's "Scream", said in a new interview with TrueMetal.it that he wasn't upset when he found out that Ozzy was going to be working with Zakk again. "Honestly, it was a little bit of a relief, because I was just kind of tired of waiting around for all these years, not hearing anything" about potential tours or recording activities, Gus said. "Of course, [Ozzy] was very busy with BLACK SABBATH — I understand that — but then in between of all that, there would be all these one-off [solo Ozzy] shows popping up and I had to make myself available for that. But there was never any… I felt like there was no… I didn't see stuff coming up for the future, you know? So, as much as I loved being in that band and working with him, in a way, it was a little bit of a dead end for me, speaking personally. Of course, now he's gonna go on a big tour again and do his farewell thing, and that's great for him, but it was not a creative thing for me." According to Gus, part of his frustration stemmed from the fact that he wasn't told far in advance when his services would be needed by Ozzy, making it difficult for the guitarist to make long-term plans with any of his other projects. "There was never any definite announcement, like, 'Hey, guys, we're gonna see you next year' or something; it was always, like, 'We'll see what happens,'" he said. "So that's a bit of an uncertainty right there, and, of course, I had my own band [and] I had stuff to do, but I could never really book stuff too far ahead into the future just in case something [with Ozzy] came up. So it was really hard to get some info at some points… Anyways, you know, that's how it is; that was the situation. So, yeah, in a way, like I said, it was a relief, because now I can totally control what I'm gonna be doing, and that's a much nicer feeling." Gus also confirmed that some of the musical ideas on his latest solo album, "Fearless", including the track "Mr. Manson", were originally set aside for a possible Ozzy collaboration. "The original idea [for 'Mr. Manson'] was, yeah, to give it to Ozzy," he said. "I had the main riff, which was very SABBATH, very 'N.I.B.' style… Yeah, I wrote it originally with the intention of showing it to him, but, obviously, nothing came out of that. So I had this and a couple of other riffs, actually, on my hard drive for years, just sitting there, and I sent it to Dennis [Ward] and I said, 'Hey, listen, this is what happened. I have this.' And I think he was just inspired by that, and he wrote the lyrics for 'Mr. Manson'." On "Fearless", Gus is joined by vocalist/bassist Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69, UNISONIC) and drummer Will Hunt (EVANESCENCE). The disc was released on April 20 via AFM Records. The follow-up to 2015's "Brand New Revolution" marks Gus's first release since exiting Osbourne's band in 2017. Wylde originally joined Osbourne's band three decades ago and backed the legendary frontman from 1987 to 1995, then again in 1998, from 2001 to 2004 and also from 2006 to 2009. 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MIKE PORTNOY On METALLICA: Never Has Such A Huge Band Also Had So Many 'Incredible Misses'

Array ( [post_title] => MIKE PORTNOY On METALLICA: Never Has Such A Huge Band Also Had So Many 'Incredible Misses' [post_content] => Former DREAM THEATER and current SONS OF APOLLO drummer Mike Portnoy was recently interviewed on "Speak N' Destroy", a podcast about all things METALLICA, hosted by longtime journalist and METALLICA fan Ryan J. Downey. You can now listen to the chat using the SoundCloud widget below. Speaking about METALLICA's inconsistent catalogue of music, which has included "Lulu", the critically panned and commercially unsuccessful 2011 collaboration with Lou Reed, Portnoy said: "That's the incredible thing about METALLICA. As much as they are the biggest metal band of all time and they've made some of the… I mean, the 'Black Album' and 'Master Of Puppets' and 'Kill 'Em All', these are the greatest metal albums of all time, but they've also had such incredible misses as well. It's crazy. Never has such a huge, huge band also had so many [critically panned releases]. I mean, 'Lulu' — oh my God! The fact that they made an album like that, or what they did with 'St. Anger', or, in my opinion, with 'Load' and 'Reload' albums. So they're not invincible. They're not like THE BEATLES where everything they touched was perfect and classic and is gold. They've had these missteps as well, but it just never seemed to stop them." Portnoy also talked about METALLICA's controversial 2003 LP "St. Anger", which was criticized by many fans for its lack of guitar solos, extended riffs, its raw production and the thin drum sound. "There's no question, it's an incredibly weird album," Mike said. "As much as I liked a lot of those elements of what they were going for [on that record], I also remember sitting… DREAM THEATER was making the 'Train Of Thought' album at that time, and we had just [played] the whole 'Master Of Puppets' [LP in concert] and put that out. And I remember while we were making the 'Train Of Thought' album, 'St. Anger' came out, and I remember sitting in my car outside the studio and I called [DREAM THEATER guitarist] John Petrucci into my car to play him some of the songs. And it was… I can't remember… maybe the middle of 'Invisible Kid' or 'Dirty Window', this weird middle section with just screaming and moaning, and James's [Hetfield] vocals are… [I was, like], 'What is going on?' And the sound of the snare drum. "As much as I appreciated that album and it got me back because of the spirit and the intention and I really got that, there's no question there's some really hard-to-listen-to stuff on that album," Portnoy added. "There were moments where I was, like, 'Oh my God! What are they fucking thinking?' But then there were other moments [where I was], like, 'Oh, man! This is fucking great!' It was a really mixed album for me." In previous interviews, Portnoy has been vocal in his praise of METALLICA, going so far as to talk up Lars Ulrich's contributions to the band despite the fact that it's become fashionable to dump on the METALLICA drummer's skills. In a 2015 chat with Sticks For Stones, Mike said that Ulrich's "value is not necessarily in drumming, but it has to do with him being a part of a musical revolution that he was a huge, huge part of starting. He's been a tremendous asset to METALLICA, not only as a writer, but as a businessman and his abilities to market things and his ability to arrange music and his performance on stage — he's a very animated player on stage… What Lars brings to the music of METALLICA is absolutely invaluable. So I could care less if his meter might be slightly up and down, or if his fills are slightly sloppy; I don't care about that. To me, there's way more to being a good drummer than precision and technique."

Speak N’ Destroy Ep21: MIKE PORTNOY! ????Discovering Kill ‘Em All, seeing @Metallica in ‘85, Cliff, covering all of Master of Puppets in Dream Theater, the gracious spirit of @larsulrich & so much more! MP talks all things METALLICA for over an hour: https://t.co/va5osro7yT pic.twitter.com/GMK3K1IKsl

— Mike Portnoy ? (@MikePortnoy) March 21, 2018
[post_excerpt] => Former DREAM THEATER and current SONS OF APOLLO drummer Mike Portnoy was recently interviewed on "Speak N' Destroy", a podcast about all things METALLICA, hosted by longtime journalist and METALLICA fan Ryan J. Downey. You can now listen to the chat using the SoundCloud widget below. Speaking about METALLICA's inconsistent catalogue of music, which has included "Lulu", the critically panned and commercially unsuccessful 2011 collaboration with Lou Reed, Portnoy said: "That's the incredible thing about METALLICA. As much as they are the biggest metal band of all time and they've made some of the… I mean, the 'Black Album' and 'Master Of Puppets' and 'Kill 'Em All', these are the greatest metal albums of all time, but they've also had such incredible misses as well. It's crazy. Never has such a huge, huge band also had so many [critically panned releases]. I mean, 'Lulu' — oh my God! The fact that they made an album like that, or what they did with 'St. Anger', or, in my opinion, with 'Load' and 'Reload' albums. So they're not invincible. They're not like THE BEATLES where everything they touched was perfect and classic and is gold. They've had these missteps as well, but it just never seemed to stop them." Portnoy also talked about METALLICA's controversial 2003 LP "St. Anger", which was criticized by many fans for its lack of guitar solos, extended riffs, its raw production and the thin drum sound. "There's no question, it's an incredibly weird album," Mike said. "As much as I liked a lot of those elements of what they were going for [on that record], I also remember sitting… DREAM THEATER was making the 'Train Of Thought' album at that time, and we had just [played] the whole 'Master Of Puppets' [LP in concert] and put that out. And I remember while we were making the 'Train Of Thought' album, 'St. Anger' came out, and I remember sitting in my car outside the studio and I called [DREAM THEATER guitarist] John Petrucci into my car to play him some of the songs. And it was… I can't remember… maybe the middle of 'Invisible Kid' or 'Dirty Window', this weird middle section with just screaming and moaning, and James's [Hetfield] vocals are… [I was, like], 'What is going on?' And the sound of the snare drum. "As much as I appreciated that album and it got me back because of the spirit and the intention and I really got that, there's no question there's some really hard-to-listen-to stuff on that album," Portnoy added. "There were moments where I was, like, 'Oh my God! What are they fucking thinking?' But then there were other moments [where I was], like, 'Oh, man! This is fucking great!' It was a really mixed album for me." In previous interviews, Portnoy has been vocal in his praise of METALLICA, going so far as to talk up Lars Ulrich's contributions to the band despite the fact that it's become fashionable to dump on the METALLICA drummer's skills. In a 2015 chat with Sticks For Stones, Mike said that Ulrich's "value is not necessarily in drumming, but it has to do with him being a part of a musical revolution that he was a huge, huge part of starting. He's been a tremendous asset to METALLICA, not only as a writer, but as a businessman and his abilities to market things and his ability to arrange music and his performance on stage — he's a very animated player on stage… What Lars brings to the music of METALLICA is absolutely invaluable. So I could care less if his meter might be slightly up and down, or if his fills are slightly sloppy; I don't care about that. To me, there's way more to being a good drummer than precision and technique."

Speak N’ Destroy Ep21: MIKE PORTNOY! ????Discovering Kill ‘Em All, seeing @Metallica in ‘85, Cliff, covering all of Master of Puppets in Dream Theater, the gracious spirit of @larsulrich & so much more! MP talks all things METALLICA for over an hour: https://t.co/va5osro7yT pic.twitter.com/GMK3K1IKsl

— Mike Portnoy ? (@MikePortnoy) March 21, 2018
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Speak N’ Destroy Ep21: MIKE PORTNOY! ????Discovering Kill ‘Em All, seeing @Metallica in ‘85, Cliff, covering all of Master of Puppets in Dream Theater, the gracious spirit of @larsulrich & so much more! MP talks all things METALLICA for over an hour: https://t.co/va5osro7yT pic.twitter.com/GMK3K1IKsl

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Array ( [post_title] => MIKE PORTNOY On METALLICA: Never Has Such A Huge Band Also Had So Many 'Incredible Misses' [post_content] => Former DREAM THEATER and current SONS OF APOLLO drummer Mike Portnoy was recently interviewed on "Speak N' Destroy", a podcast about all things METALLICA, hosted by longtime journalist and METALLICA fan Ryan J. Downey. You can now listen to the chat using the SoundCloud widget below. Speaking about METALLICA's inconsistent catalogue of music, which has included "Lulu", the critically panned and commercially unsuccessful 2011 collaboration with Lou Reed, Portnoy said: "That's the incredible thing about METALLICA. As much as they are the biggest metal band of all time and they've made some of the… I mean, the 'Black Album' and 'Master Of Puppets' and 'Kill 'Em All', these are the greatest metal albums of all time, but they've also had such incredible misses as well. It's crazy. Never has such a huge, huge band also had so many [critically panned releases]. I mean, 'Lulu' — oh my God! The fact that they made an album like that, or what they did with 'St. Anger', or, in my opinion, with 'Load' and 'Reload' albums. So they're not invincible. They're not like THE BEATLES where everything they touched was perfect and classic and is gold. They've had these missteps as well, but it just never seemed to stop them." Portnoy also talked about METALLICA's controversial 2003 LP "St. Anger", which was criticized by many fans for its lack of guitar solos, extended riffs, its raw production and the thin drum sound. "There's no question, it's an incredibly weird album," Mike said. "As much as I liked a lot of those elements of what they were going for [on that record], I also remember sitting… DREAM THEATER was making the 'Train Of Thought' album at that time, and we had just [played] the whole 'Master Of Puppets' [LP in concert] and put that out. And I remember while we were making the 'Train Of Thought' album, 'St. Anger' came out, and I remember sitting in my car outside the studio and I called [DREAM THEATER guitarist] John Petrucci into my car to play him some of the songs. And it was… I can't remember… maybe the middle of 'Invisible Kid' or 'Dirty Window', this weird middle section with just screaming and moaning, and James's [Hetfield] vocals are… [I was, like], 'What is going on?' And the sound of the snare drum. "As much as I appreciated that album and it got me back because of the spirit and the intention and I really got that, there's no question there's some really hard-to-listen-to stuff on that album," Portnoy added. "There were moments where I was, like, 'Oh my God! What are they fucking thinking?' But then there were other moments [where I was], like, 'Oh, man! This is fucking great!' It was a really mixed album for me." In previous interviews, Portnoy has been vocal in his praise of METALLICA, going so far as to talk up Lars Ulrich's contributions to the band despite the fact that it's become fashionable to dump on the METALLICA drummer's skills. In a 2015 chat with Sticks For Stones, Mike said that Ulrich's "value is not necessarily in drumming, but it has to do with him being a part of a musical revolution that he was a huge, huge part of starting. He's been a tremendous asset to METALLICA, not only as a writer, but as a businessman and his abilities to market things and his ability to arrange music and his performance on stage — he's a very animated player on stage… What Lars brings to the music of METALLICA is absolutely invaluable. So I could care less if his meter might be slightly up and down, or if his fills are slightly sloppy; I don't care about that. To me, there's way more to being a good drummer than precision and technique."

Speak N’ Destroy Ep21: MIKE PORTNOY! ????Discovering Kill ‘Em All, seeing @Metallica in ‘85, Cliff, covering all of Master of Puppets in Dream Theater, the gracious spirit of @larsulrich & so much more! MP talks all things METALLICA for over an hour: https://t.co/va5osro7yT pic.twitter.com/GMK3K1IKsl

— Mike Portnoy ? (@MikePortnoy) March 21, 2018
[post_excerpt] => Former DREAM THEATER and current SONS OF APOLLO drummer Mike Portnoy was recently interviewed on "Speak N' Destroy", a podcast about all things METALLICA, hosted by longtime journalist and METALLICA fan Ryan J. Downey. You can now listen to the chat using the SoundCloud widget below. Speaking about METALLICA's inconsistent catalogue of music, which has included "Lulu", the critically panned and commercially unsuccessful 2011 collaboration with Lou Reed, Portnoy said: "That's the incredible thing about METALLICA. As much as they are the biggest metal band of all time and they've made some of the… I mean, the 'Black Album' and 'Master Of Puppets' and 'Kill 'Em All', these are the greatest metal albums of all time, but they've also had such incredible misses as well. It's crazy. Never has such a huge, huge band also had so many [critically panned releases]. I mean, 'Lulu' — oh my God! The fact that they made an album like that, or what they did with 'St. Anger', or, in my opinion, with 'Load' and 'Reload' albums. So they're not invincible. They're not like THE BEATLES where everything they touched was perfect and classic and is gold. They've had these missteps as well, but it just never seemed to stop them." Portnoy also talked about METALLICA's controversial 2003 LP "St. Anger", which was criticized by many fans for its lack of guitar solos, extended riffs, its raw production and the thin drum sound. "There's no question, it's an incredibly weird album," Mike said. "As much as I liked a lot of those elements of what they were going for [on that record], I also remember sitting… DREAM THEATER was making the 'Train Of Thought' album at that time, and we had just [played] the whole 'Master Of Puppets' [LP in concert] and put that out. And I remember while we were making the 'Train Of Thought' album, 'St. Anger' came out, and I remember sitting in my car outside the studio and I called [DREAM THEATER guitarist] John Petrucci into my car to play him some of the songs. And it was… I can't remember… maybe the middle of 'Invisible Kid' or 'Dirty Window', this weird middle section with just screaming and moaning, and James's [Hetfield] vocals are… [I was, like], 'What is going on?' And the sound of the snare drum. "As much as I appreciated that album and it got me back because of the spirit and the intention and I really got that, there's no question there's some really hard-to-listen-to stuff on that album," Portnoy added. "There were moments where I was, like, 'Oh my God! What are they fucking thinking?' But then there were other moments [where I was], like, 'Oh, man! This is fucking great!' It was a really mixed album for me." In previous interviews, Portnoy has been vocal in his praise of METALLICA, going so far as to talk up Lars Ulrich's contributions to the band despite the fact that it's become fashionable to dump on the METALLICA drummer's skills. In a 2015 chat with Sticks For Stones, Mike said that Ulrich's "value is not necessarily in drumming, but it has to do with him being a part of a musical revolution that he was a huge, huge part of starting. He's been a tremendous asset to METALLICA, not only as a writer, but as a businessman and his abilities to market things and his ability to arrange music and his performance on stage — he's a very animated player on stage… What Lars brings to the music of METALLICA is absolutely invaluable. So I could care less if his meter might be slightly up and down, or if his fills are slightly sloppy; I don't care about that. To me, there's way more to being a good drummer than precision and technique."

Speak N’ Destroy Ep21: MIKE PORTNOY! ????Discovering Kill ‘Em All, seeing @Metallica in ‘85, Cliff, covering all of Master of Puppets in Dream Theater, the gracious spirit of @larsulrich & so much more! MP talks all things METALLICA for over an hour: https://t.co/va5osro7yT pic.twitter.com/GMK3K1IKsl

— Mike Portnoy ? (@MikePortnoy) March 21, 2018
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Array ( [post_title] => VINNIE VINCENT's Upcoming Autobiography Will Contain 'In-Depth Answers To Everything' [post_content] => Vinnie Vincent has confirmed plans to write and publish his autobiography. Speaking to the "Talking Metal" podcast, the former KISS guitarist said the book will contain "all the real answers — the in-depth answers to everything… everything, everything, everything. Because when I give interviews, I give part of the answer, but there's no way you're gonna be able to hear everything — 'cause it's too deep, it's too dark, and it's places that I'm gonna go only once, and when I do, it's not gonna be in front of an audience until the book actually does come out," he said (hear audio below). According to Vincent, no stone will be left unturned in an effort to provide a true account of his life so far. "I've been away 20 years, not by choosing, but because of events that happened," he said. "So those events will be really talked about in uncomfortable depth — because it's cathartic, number one; number two, the fans deserve to know; and I deserve to tell it. And it's nice to be back, but you can only be back unless… The meaning of being back, the reason and the meaningfulness of being back can only depend on the resolve of the past. So the future has to be dependent on how the past is resolved; otherwise, the future is never really… [it never] sets its pace in firm ground. So, in order for me to feel like I'm moving forward, I cannot look back anymore. So it has to have some resolve, and that book is my resolve." Vinnie says that he has already found "a book writer" help him put together the autobiography and has vowed to speak with him "on very deep levels" about all the things he has experienced during his life. "It's gonna be a very interesting read and something that will be not a one-time picking it up and never reading it again," Vincent promised. "If I have my way — which I will — it will be something that I wanna read a few times. Even though whatever happened to me happened, I wanna make sure that it's compelling enough where I get to pick it up and not put it down for a while. And if I can do that… It's almost like a record. If I could listen to my own recordings, which a lot of times is difficult, but if I can listen to my own recordings and actually enjoy them, then I know I've done something that is satisfying to me. So I want the book to be that way. And there's a lot to tell." Vincent hopes to complete his autobiography "within a year." Vinnie joined KISS in 1982, replacing Ace Frehley. As the "Ankh Warrior," he toured with the group in support of "Creatures Of The Night", on which he played lead guitar on six songs prior to becoming an official member of the band. From there, KISS wrote and released "Lick It Up" — their first album without makeup — in 1983, a recording on which Vincent co-wrote eight of 10 songs, including the title track, which remains a staple of the group's live performances to this day. Despite the album's success, Vincent was fired by KISS after the "Lick It Up" touring cycle came to an end, allegedly due to a dispute over both the terms of his employment contract with the band and royalties. From there, Vincent founded VINNIE VINCENT INVASION, which recorded two albums. In 1992, Vincent re-teamed with KISS principals Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley to write three songs for their acclaimed album "Revenge", including the record's first two singles, "Unholy" and "I Just Wanna". Their relationship quickly soured once again, however. Four years later, Vincent released a solo EP, "Euphoria", which featured vocals by former VVI singer Fleischman and included material from sessions recorded around 1990. Soon after that, Vincent vanished from the public eye and remained off the grid for more than two decades. In recent years, Vincent has been the subject of a number of rumors about his gender identity, including that he has been cross-dressing and that he has undergone a sex change.

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[post_excerpt] => Vinnie Vincent has confirmed plans to write and publish his autobiography. Speaking to the "Talking Metal" podcast, the former KISS guitarist said the book will contain "all the real answers — the in-depth answers to everything… everything, everything, everything. Because when I give interviews, I give part of the answer, but there's no way you're gonna be able to hear everything — 'cause it's too deep, it's too dark, and it's places that I'm gonna go only once, and when I do, it's not gonna be in front of an audience until the book actually does come out," he said (hear audio below). According to Vincent, no stone will be left unturned in an effort to provide a true account of his life so far. "I've been away 20 years, not by choosing, but because of events that happened," he said. "So those events will be really talked about in uncomfortable depth — because it's cathartic, number one; number two, the fans deserve to know; and I deserve to tell it. And it's nice to be back, but you can only be back unless… The meaning of being back, the reason and the meaningfulness of being back can only depend on the resolve of the past. So the future has to be dependent on how the past is resolved; otherwise, the future is never really… [it never] sets its pace in firm ground. So, in order for me to feel like I'm moving forward, I cannot look back anymore. So it has to have some resolve, and that book is my resolve." Vinnie says that he has already found "a book writer" help him put together the autobiography and has vowed to speak with him "on very deep levels" about all the things he has experienced during his life. "It's gonna be a very interesting read and something that will be not a one-time picking it up and never reading it again," Vincent promised. "If I have my way — which I will — it will be something that I wanna read a few times. Even though whatever happened to me happened, I wanna make sure that it's compelling enough where I get to pick it up and not put it down for a while. And if I can do that… It's almost like a record. If I could listen to my own recordings, which a lot of times is difficult, but if I can listen to my own recordings and actually enjoy them, then I know I've done something that is satisfying to me. So I want the book to be that way. And there's a lot to tell." Vincent hopes to complete his autobiography "within a year." Vinnie joined KISS in 1982, replacing Ace Frehley. As the "Ankh Warrior," he toured with the group in support of "Creatures Of The Night", on which he played lead guitar on six songs prior to becoming an official member of the band. From there, KISS wrote and released "Lick It Up" — their first album without makeup — in 1983, a recording on which Vincent co-wrote eight of 10 songs, including the title track, which remains a staple of the group's live performances to this day. Despite the album's success, Vincent was fired by KISS after the "Lick It Up" touring cycle came to an end, allegedly due to a dispute over both the terms of his employment contract with the band and royalties. From there, Vincent founded VINNIE VINCENT INVASION, which recorded two albums. In 1992, Vincent re-teamed with KISS principals Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley to write three songs for their acclaimed album "Revenge", including the record's first two singles, "Unholy" and "I Just Wanna". Their relationship quickly soured once again, however. Four years later, Vincent released a solo EP, "Euphoria", which featured vocals by former VVI singer Fleischman and included material from sessions recorded around 1990. Soon after that, Vincent vanished from the public eye and remained off the grid for more than two decades. In recent years, Vincent has been the subject of a number of rumors about his gender identity, including that he has been cross-dressing and that he has undergone a sex change.
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Array ( [post_title] => VINNIE VINCENT's Upcoming Autobiography Will Contain 'In-Depth Answers To Everything' [post_content] => Vinnie Vincent has confirmed plans to write and publish his autobiography. Speaking to the "Talking Metal" podcast, the former KISS guitarist said the book will contain "all the real answers — the in-depth answers to everything… everything, everything, everything. Because when I give interviews, I give part of the answer, but there's no way you're gonna be able to hear everything — 'cause it's too deep, it's too dark, and it's places that I'm gonna go only once, and when I do, it's not gonna be in front of an audience until the book actually does come out," he said (hear audio below). According to Vincent, no stone will be left unturned in an effort to provide a true account of his life so far. "I've been away 20 years, not by choosing, but because of events that happened," he said. "So those events will be really talked about in uncomfortable depth — because it's cathartic, number one; number two, the fans deserve to know; and I deserve to tell it. And it's nice to be back, but you can only be back unless… The meaning of being back, the reason and the meaningfulness of being back can only depend on the resolve of the past. So the future has to be dependent on how the past is resolved; otherwise, the future is never really… [it never] sets its pace in firm ground. So, in order for me to feel like I'm moving forward, I cannot look back anymore. So it has to have some resolve, and that book is my resolve." Vinnie says that he has already found "a book writer" help him put together the autobiography and has vowed to speak with him "on very deep levels" about all the things he has experienced during his life. "It's gonna be a very interesting read and something that will be not a one-time picking it up and never reading it again," Vincent promised. "If I have my way — which I will — it will be something that I wanna read a few times. Even though whatever happened to me happened, I wanna make sure that it's compelling enough where I get to pick it up and not put it down for a while. And if I can do that… It's almost like a record. If I could listen to my own recordings, which a lot of times is difficult, but if I can listen to my own recordings and actually enjoy them, then I know I've done something that is satisfying to me. So I want the book to be that way. And there's a lot to tell." Vincent hopes to complete his autobiography "within a year." Vinnie joined KISS in 1982, replacing Ace Frehley. As the "Ankh Warrior," he toured with the group in support of "Creatures Of The Night", on which he played lead guitar on six songs prior to becoming an official member of the band. From there, KISS wrote and released "Lick It Up" — their first album without makeup — in 1983, a recording on which Vincent co-wrote eight of 10 songs, including the title track, which remains a staple of the group's live performances to this day. Despite the album's success, Vincent was fired by KISS after the "Lick It Up" touring cycle came to an end, allegedly due to a dispute over both the terms of his employment contract with the band and royalties. From there, Vincent founded VINNIE VINCENT INVASION, which recorded two albums. In 1992, Vincent re-teamed with KISS principals Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley to write three songs for their acclaimed album "Revenge", including the record's first two singles, "Unholy" and "I Just Wanna". Their relationship quickly soured once again, however. Four years later, Vincent released a solo EP, "Euphoria", which featured vocals by former VVI singer Fleischman and included material from sessions recorded around 1990. Soon after that, Vincent vanished from the public eye and remained off the grid for more than two decades. In recent years, Vincent has been the subject of a number of rumors about his gender identity, including that he has been cross-dressing and that he has undergone a sex change.

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[post_excerpt] => Vinnie Vincent has confirmed plans to write and publish his autobiography. Speaking to the "Talking Metal" podcast, the former KISS guitarist said the book will contain "all the real answers — the in-depth answers to everything… everything, everything, everything. Because when I give interviews, I give part of the answer, but there's no way you're gonna be able to hear everything — 'cause it's too deep, it's too dark, and it's places that I'm gonna go only once, and when I do, it's not gonna be in front of an audience until the book actually does come out," he said (hear audio below). According to Vincent, no stone will be left unturned in an effort to provide a true account of his life so far. "I've been away 20 years, not by choosing, but because of events that happened," he said. "So those events will be really talked about in uncomfortable depth — because it's cathartic, number one; number two, the fans deserve to know; and I deserve to tell it. And it's nice to be back, but you can only be back unless… The meaning of being back, the reason and the meaningfulness of being back can only depend on the resolve of the past. So the future has to be dependent on how the past is resolved; otherwise, the future is never really… [it never] sets its pace in firm ground. So, in order for me to feel like I'm moving forward, I cannot look back anymore. So it has to have some resolve, and that book is my resolve." Vinnie says that he has already found "a book writer" help him put together the autobiography and has vowed to speak with him "on very deep levels" about all the things he has experienced during his life. "It's gonna be a very interesting read and something that will be not a one-time picking it up and never reading it again," Vincent promised. "If I have my way — which I will — it will be something that I wanna read a few times. Even though whatever happened to me happened, I wanna make sure that it's compelling enough where I get to pick it up and not put it down for a while. And if I can do that… It's almost like a record. If I could listen to my own recordings, which a lot of times is difficult, but if I can listen to my own recordings and actually enjoy them, then I know I've done something that is satisfying to me. So I want the book to be that way. And there's a lot to tell." Vincent hopes to complete his autobiography "within a year." Vinnie joined KISS in 1982, replacing Ace Frehley. As the "Ankh Warrior," he toured with the group in support of "Creatures Of The Night", on which he played lead guitar on six songs prior to becoming an official member of the band. From there, KISS wrote and released "Lick It Up" — their first album without makeup — in 1983, a recording on which Vincent co-wrote eight of 10 songs, including the title track, which remains a staple of the group's live performances to this day. Despite the album's success, Vincent was fired by KISS after the "Lick It Up" touring cycle came to an end, allegedly due to a dispute over both the terms of his employment contract with the band and royalties. From there, Vincent founded VINNIE VINCENT INVASION, which recorded two albums. In 1992, Vincent re-teamed with KISS principals Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley to write three songs for their acclaimed album "Revenge", including the record's first two singles, "Unholy" and "I Just Wanna". Their relationship quickly soured once again, however. Four years later, Vincent released a solo EP, "Euphoria", which featured vocals by former VVI singer Fleischman and included material from sessions recorded around 1990. Soon after that, Vincent vanished from the public eye and remained off the grid for more than two decades. In recent years, Vincent has been the subject of a number of rumors about his gender identity, including that he has been cross-dressing and that he has undergone a sex change.
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CHRIS REIFERT's VIOLATION WOUND: 'Fearmonger' And 'State Of Alarm' Songs Streaming

Array ( [post_title] => CHRIS REIFERT's VIOLATION WOUND: 'Fearmonger' And 'State Of Alarm' Songs Streaming [post_content] => VIOLATION WOUND, the punk rock/metal band formed by Chris Reifert (DEATH, ABSCESS, AUTOPSY) on guitar and vocals, will release its new album, "With Man In Charge", on April 27 via Peaceville Records. Two songs from the disc, "Fearmonger" and "State Of Alarm", can be streamed below. VIOLATION WOUND was born in a beer- and whiskey-soaked basement in June of 2013, driven to create 100 percent real punk rock. Nothing trendy, nothing wimpy, nothing pretentious, just fuelled by aggression and kick-ass riffs. VIOLATION WOUND is not interested in modern, plastic or safe crap, instead honoring the raw, dirty and pissed off ways of the original innovators, while carving out a path all their own. Featuring Reifert alongside bassist Joe Orterry and drummer Matt O'Connell, "With Man In Charge" is VIOLATION WOUND's first release for Peaceville, offering psychotic blasts of punk-injected madness over 20 tracks. Joining VIOLATION WOUND on "With Man In Charge" are guests Athenar of U.S. act MIDNIGHT and Dave Hill, having recently collaborated with Chris in the rock act PAINTED DOLL. The disc was recorded at Earhammer Studios in Oakland, California with Greg Wilkinson (AUTOPSY), featuring cover artwork created by Wes Benscoter (AUTOPSY, SLAYER, NILE). Reifert states: "We at VIOLATION WOUND headquarters are really fucking psyched to be working with Peaceville Records. "We poured a lot of outrage, madness, aggression, and just plain ass-kicking into our new album, 'With Man In Charge', and we think our intentions will be heard loud and clear for anyone who gets their eardrums wrapped around this quickfire distorted assault. This isn't just an attempt to relive old punk days gone by or to latch on to whatever the hell people are calling hardcore these days. It's insane music for insane times by insane people." The first track to be released is "Stalemate Suicide". Reifert states about the song: "Ah, humans. If only we could learn to deal with each other intelligently instead of putting ourselves on the brink of potential nuclear war over toxic egos and playground insults. Should we build a bigger bomb? What could possibly go wrong?"

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Replacing images : - ON VIOLATION WOUND, the punk rock/metal band formed by Chris Reifert (DEATH, ABSCESS, AUTOPSY) on guitar and vocals, will release its new album, "With Man In Charge", on April 27 via Peaceville Records. Two songs from the disc, "Fearmonger" and "State Of Alarm", can be streamed below. VIOLATION WOUND was born in a beer- and whiskey-soaked basement in June of 2013, driven to create 100 percent real punk rock. Nothing trendy, nothing wimpy, nothing pretentious, just fuelled by aggression and kick-ass riffs. VIOLATION WOUND is not interested in modern, plastic or safe crap, instead honoring the raw, dirty and pissed off ways of the original innovators, while carving out a path all their own. Featuring Reifert alongside bassist Joe Orterry and drummer Matt O'Connell, "With Man In Charge" is VIOLATION WOUND's first release for Peaceville, offering psychotic blasts of punk-injected madness over 20 tracks. Joining VIOLATION WOUND on "With Man In Charge" are guests Athenar of U.S. act MIDNIGHT and Dave Hill, having recently collaborated with Chris in the rock act PAINTED DOLL. The disc was recorded at Earhammer Studios in Oakland, California with Greg Wilkinson (AUTOPSY), featuring cover artwork created by Wes Benscoter (AUTOPSY, SLAYER, NILE). Reifert states: "We at VIOLATION WOUND headquarters are really fucking psyched to be working with Peaceville Records. "We poured a lot of outrage, madness, aggression, and just plain ass-kicking into our new album, 'With Man In Charge', and we think our intentions will be heard loud and clear for anyone who gets their eardrums wrapped around this quickfire distorted assault. This isn't just an attempt to relive old punk days gone by or to latch on to whatever the hell people are calling hardcore these days. It's insane music for insane times by insane people." The first track to be released is "Stalemate Suicide". Reifert states about the song: "Ah, humans. If only we could learn to deal with each other intelligently instead of putting ourselves on the brink of potential nuclear war over toxic egos and playground insults. Should we build a bigger bomb? What could possibly go wrong?"

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Array ( [post_title] => CHRIS REIFERT's VIOLATION WOUND: 'Fearmonger' And 'State Of Alarm' Songs Streaming [post_content] => VIOLATION WOUND, the punk rock/metal band formed by Chris Reifert (DEATH, ABSCESS, AUTOPSY) on guitar and vocals, will release its new album, "With Man In Charge", on April 27 via Peaceville Records. Two songs from the disc, "Fearmonger" and "State Of Alarm", can be streamed below. VIOLATION WOUND was born in a beer- and whiskey-soaked basement in June of 2013, driven to create 100 percent real punk rock. Nothing trendy, nothing wimpy, nothing pretentious, just fuelled by aggression and kick-ass riffs. VIOLATION WOUND is not interested in modern, plastic or safe crap, instead honoring the raw, dirty and pissed off ways of the original innovators, while carving out a path all their own. Featuring Reifert alongside bassist Joe Orterry and drummer Matt O'Connell, "With Man In Charge" is VIOLATION WOUND's first release for Peaceville, offering psychotic blasts of punk-injected madness over 20 tracks. Joining VIOLATION WOUND on "With Man In Charge" are guests Athenar of U.S. act MIDNIGHT and Dave Hill, having recently collaborated with Chris in the rock act PAINTED DOLL. The disc was recorded at Earhammer Studios in Oakland, California with Greg Wilkinson (AUTOPSY), featuring cover artwork created by Wes Benscoter (AUTOPSY, SLAYER, NILE). Reifert states: "We at VIOLATION WOUND headquarters are really fucking psyched to be working with Peaceville Records. "We poured a lot of outrage, madness, aggression, and just plain ass-kicking into our new album, 'With Man In Charge', and we think our intentions will be heard loud and clear for anyone who gets their eardrums wrapped around this quickfire distorted assault. This isn't just an attempt to relive old punk days gone by or to latch on to whatever the hell people are calling hardcore these days. It's insane music for insane times by insane people." The first track to be released is "Stalemate Suicide". Reifert states about the song: "Ah, humans. If only we could learn to deal with each other intelligently instead of putting ourselves on the brink of potential nuclear war over toxic egos and playground insults. Should we build a bigger bomb? What could possibly go wrong?"

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KILLSWITCH ENGAGE Cancels Shows So JESSE LEACH Can Undergo Vocal Cord Surgery

Array ( [post_title] => KILLSWITCH ENGAGE Cancels Shows So JESSE LEACH Can Undergo Vocal Cord Surgery [post_content] => Massachusetts metallers KILLSWITCH ENGAGE have been forced to cancel their previously announced shows in late April and early May. The band states: "Earlier today we found out Jesse [Leach, vocals] needs to have surgery to repair an issue with his vocal cords. He is expected to make a full recovery and be fine for any future touring, but to avoid any future risk, we, unfortunately, have to pull off these dates now. Our intention is to postpone the headline shows in Sayreville, Louisville, Cleveland and Poughkeepsie and get back to our fans as soon as possible. New dates for those cities will be announced soon, so please hold on to your tickets. In the meantime, our friends in HATEBREED and THE WORD ALIVE still plan on coming to Louisville, Kentucky on May 1 for a separate show at Trixie's. Show them your support." Leach added in a separate Instagram post: "Monday afternoon, my vocal surgery will take place. "It's been a rough couple of weeks for me mentally. After being completely silent for over a week, having massive amounts of prednisone and spending time in doctors' offices... it's official: I have to go under the knife. "I've overused my voice to the point where I've developed a polyp that will not just go away; it needs to be removed. "I'm very grateful to Dr. Scott Kessler and Dr. Woo Peak for all of their wisdom and care. I'm also grateful to my managers for being incredible support when I was losing my damn mind over this. Thankful for my brothers in KILLSWITCH for understanding and having my back. "I'm looking forward to spending time with Melissa Cross after my recovery and learning to rebuild my technique and ensure this doesn't happen ever again. "I'm so grateful to everyone who's sent me love and support. I've been assured this type of surgery happens quite a lot in the world of entertainment and the recovery time is much quicker than it was years ago. "Lastly, my apologies to all the fans who bought tickets; we will make it up to you! Thank you for understanding and all the love and support you've given me and the music I'm blessed to be able to make. "I'm making the most of my last few days of talking by spending time with people I love. "It's going to be a quiet and contemplative few weeks for sure but it's all part of my journey. "I will keep you all posted come surgery day and my rehabilitation process. Hell, maybe I can even get footage of the surgery itself to post up?! We'll see... "So yeah, now you know. "Here's to a successful procedure and a quick recovery." Affected shows: Apr. 26 - Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom Apr. 28 - Jacksonville, FL @ Welcome To Rockville Fest Apr. 29 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Fort Rock Fest May 01 - Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom May 02 - Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre May 03 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance May 05 - Mexico City, MEX @ Hell And Heaven Fest KILLSWITCH ENGAGE is currently working on a new album for a tentative late 2018 release. The follow-up to 2016's "Incarnate" will mark the band's third full-length effort since the return of Leach, who rejoined the group in 2012. Leach appeared on KILLSWITCH's self-titled debut and sophomore album, "Alive Or Just Breathing", before exiting the band. Howard Jones took over on vocals for "The End of Heartache", "As Daylight Dies" and the 2009 self-titled set before being dismissed from the group six years ago. [post_excerpt] => Massachusetts metallers KILLSWITCH ENGAGE have been forced to cancel their previously announced shows in late April and early May. The band states: "Earlier today we found out Jesse [Leach, vocals] needs to have surgery to repair an issue with his voca... [post_date_gmt] => 2018-04-25 12:28:32 [post_date] => 2018-04-25 08:28:32 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-04-25 12:28:32 [post_modified] => 2018-04-25 08:28:32 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://1e881fa4736717fdcd9d3651e3affb36 [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/killswitch-engage-cancels-shows-so-jesse-leach-can-undergo-vocal-cord-surgery/ [syndication_item_hash] => 12eb7634c7a2a42f4f4d997f67694939 ) [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] => KILLSWITCH ENGAGE Cancels Shows So JESSE LEACH Can Undergo Vocal Cord Surgery [post_content] => Massachusetts metallers KILLSWITCH ENGAGE have been forced to cancel their previously announced shows in late April and early May. The band states: "Earlier today we found out Jesse [Leach, vocals] needs to have surgery to repair an issue with his vocal cords. He is expected to make a full recovery and be fine for any future touring, but to avoid any future risk, we, unfortunately, have to pull off these dates now. Our intention is to postpone the headline shows in Sayreville, Louisville, Cleveland and Poughkeepsie and get back to our fans as soon as possible. New dates for those cities will be announced soon, so please hold on to your tickets. In the meantime, our friends in HATEBREED and THE WORD ALIVE still plan on coming to Louisville, Kentucky on May 1 for a separate show at Trixie's. Show them your support." Leach added in a separate Instagram post: "Monday afternoon, my vocal surgery will take place. "It's been a rough couple of weeks for me mentally. After being completely silent for over a week, having massive amounts of prednisone and spending time in doctors' offices... it's official: I have to go under the knife. "I've overused my voice to the point where I've developed a polyp that will not just go away; it needs to be removed. "I'm very grateful to Dr. Scott Kessler and Dr. Woo Peak for all of their wisdom and care. I'm also grateful to my managers for being incredible support when I was losing my damn mind over this. Thankful for my brothers in KILLSWITCH for understanding and having my back. "I'm looking forward to spending time with Melissa Cross after my recovery and learning to rebuild my technique and ensure this doesn't happen ever again. "I'm so grateful to everyone who's sent me love and support. I've been assured this type of surgery happens quite a lot in the world of entertainment and the recovery time is much quicker than it was years ago. "Lastly, my apologies to all the fans who bought tickets; we will make it up to you! Thank you for understanding and all the love and support you've given me and the music I'm blessed to be able to make. "I'm making the most of my last few days of talking by spending time with people I love. "It's going to be a quiet and contemplative few weeks for sure but it's all part of my journey. "I will keep you all posted come surgery day and my rehabilitation process. Hell, maybe I can even get footage of the surgery itself to post up?! We'll see... "So yeah, now you know. "Here's to a successful procedure and a quick recovery." Affected shows: Apr. 26 - Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom Apr. 28 - Jacksonville, FL @ Welcome To Rockville Fest Apr. 29 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Fort Rock Fest May 01 - Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom May 02 - Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre May 03 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance May 05 - Mexico City, MEX @ Hell And Heaven Fest KILLSWITCH ENGAGE is currently working on a new album for a tentative late 2018 release. The follow-up to 2016's "Incarnate" will mark the band's third full-length effort since the return of Leach, who rejoined the group in 2012. Leach appeared on KILLSWITCH's self-titled debut and sophomore album, "Alive Or Just Breathing", before exiting the band. Howard Jones took over on vocals for "The End of Heartache", "As Daylight Dies" and the 2009 self-titled set before being dismissed from the group six years ago. [post_excerpt] => Massachusetts metallers KILLSWITCH ENGAGE have been forced to cancel their previously announced shows in late April and early May. The band states: "Earlier today we found out Jesse [Leach, vocals] needs to have surgery to repair an issue with his voca... [post_date_gmt] => 2018-04-25 12:28:32 [post_date] => 2018-04-25 08:28:32 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-04-25 12:28:32 [post_modified] => 2018-04-25 08:28:32 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://1e881fa4736717fdcd9d3651e3affb36 [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/killswitch-engage-cancels-shows-so-jesse-leach-can-undergo-vocal-cord-surgery/ [syndication_item_hash] => 12eb7634c7a2a42f4f4d997f67694939 [faf_process_image] => ) [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] => Watch ROB HALFORD Playing A Priest In Teaser For IN THIS MOMENT's 'Black Wedding' Video [post_content] => IN THIS MOMENT has released a teaser for the official music video for the song "Black Wedding". The track, which features a guest appearance by JUDAS PRIEST frontman Rob Halford, is taken from IN THIS MOMENT's latest album, "Ritual", which came out last July. IN THIS MOMENT singer Maria Brink said that having Halford guest on "Ritual" was "an honor." She also told "DOMKcast" that the PRIEST singer added his vocals after all the other parts were already laid down. "We actually recorded the song first, we had all of our stuff on it, and then he came in afterward and put his parts into it," she said. "But we had already kind of shown him [how we wanted it to sound]." According to Brink, "it's pretty common nowadays" for musicians to collaborate on records without actually being in the studio together, "because artists are always doing something — some of them are on tour" or in different parts of the world. "When I did our song on our last album with Brent [Smith] from SHINEDOWN, it was the same thing — we weren't in the studio at the same time," she said. "I wish we could be in the studio at the same time — it feels like it could be more connecting or something like that — but it went down this way. But it doesn't matter." Maria added that "Black Wedding" is "definitely gonna be a single. And I think that's gonna be a favorite, for sure, on this album. And we're honored to have [Rob] be a part of it. He's a legend. So we're so excited. We became friends with him, and what an honor to have him be a part of it." IN THIS MOMENT guitarist Chris Howorth told Metal Wani in an interview that Halford was a natural choice for the "Black Wedding" track. "Maria was doing the lyrics — and it's almost like a duet, but she's singing to herself with the mother and the priest and we're, like, 'Rob Halford is the priest! He would be the coolest dude ever to have on this song.' "A couple of years ago, he actually expressed interest in our band and came to see us. It blew our minds completely. We became friends with him from that point. "He's been super influential to us and when we were doing the song, Maria was, like, 'I'm going to see if Rob's interested,' and he jumped right on it. It's so cool to have him on this song with us." "Ritual" was released via Atlantic Records in partnership with Roadrunner Records.

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[post_excerpt] => IN THIS MOMENT has released a teaser for the official music video for the song "Black Wedding". The track, which features a guest appearance by JUDAS PRIEST frontman Rob Halford, is taken from IN THIS MOMENT's latest album, "Ritual", which came out last July. IN THIS MOMENT singer Maria Brink said that having Halford guest on "Ritual" was "an honor." She also told "DOMKcast" that the PRIEST singer added his vocals after all the other parts were already laid down. "We actually recorded the song first, we had all of our stuff on it, and then he came in afterward and put his parts into it," she said. "But we had already kind of shown him [how we wanted it to sound]." According to Brink, "it's pretty common nowadays" for musicians to collaborate on records without actually being in the studio together, "because artists are always doing something — some of them are on tour" or in different parts of the world. "When I did our song on our last album with Brent [Smith] from SHINEDOWN, it was the same thing — we weren't in the studio at the same time," she said. "I wish we could be in the studio at the same time — it feels like it could be more connecting or something like that — but it went down this way. But it doesn't matter." Maria added that "Black Wedding" is "definitely gonna be a single. And I think that's gonna be a favorite, for sure, on this album. And we're honored to have [Rob] be a part of it. He's a legend. So we're so excited. We became friends with him, and what an honor to have him be a part of it." IN THIS MOMENT guitarist Chris Howorth told Metal Wani in an interview that Halford was a natural choice for the "Black Wedding" track. "Maria was doing the lyrics — and it's almost like a duet, but she's singing to herself with the mother and the priest and we're, like, 'Rob Halford is the priest! He would be the coolest dude ever to have on this song.' "A couple of years ago, he actually expressed interest in our band and came to see us. It blew our minds completely. We became friends with him from that point. "He's been super influential to us and when we were doing the song, Maria was, like, 'I'm going to see if Rob's interested,' and he jumped right on it. It's so cool to have him on this song with us." "Ritual" was released via Atlantic Records in partnership with Roadrunner Records.
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Array ( [post_title] => Watch ROB HALFORD Playing A Priest In Teaser For IN THIS MOMENT's 'Black Wedding' Video [post_content] => IN THIS MOMENT has released a teaser for the official music video for the song "Black Wedding". The track, which features a guest appearance by JUDAS PRIEST frontman Rob Halford, is taken from IN THIS MOMENT's latest album, "Ritual", which came out last July. IN THIS MOMENT singer Maria Brink said that having Halford guest on "Ritual" was "an honor." She also told "DOMKcast" that the PRIEST singer added his vocals after all the other parts were already laid down. "We actually recorded the song first, we had all of our stuff on it, and then he came in afterward and put his parts into it," she said. "But we had already kind of shown him [how we wanted it to sound]." According to Brink, "it's pretty common nowadays" for musicians to collaborate on records without actually being in the studio together, "because artists are always doing something — some of them are on tour" or in different parts of the world. "When I did our song on our last album with Brent [Smith] from SHINEDOWN, it was the same thing — we weren't in the studio at the same time," she said. "I wish we could be in the studio at the same time — it feels like it could be more connecting or something like that — but it went down this way. But it doesn't matter." Maria added that "Black Wedding" is "definitely gonna be a single. And I think that's gonna be a favorite, for sure, on this album. And we're honored to have [Rob] be a part of it. He's a legend. So we're so excited. We became friends with him, and what an honor to have him be a part of it." IN THIS MOMENT guitarist Chris Howorth told Metal Wani in an interview that Halford was a natural choice for the "Black Wedding" track. "Maria was doing the lyrics — and it's almost like a duet, but she's singing to herself with the mother and the priest and we're, like, 'Rob Halford is the priest! He would be the coolest dude ever to have on this song.' "A couple of years ago, he actually expressed interest in our band and came to see us. It blew our minds completely. We became friends with him from that point. "He's been super influential to us and when we were doing the song, Maria was, like, 'I'm going to see if Rob's interested,' and he jumped right on it. It's so cool to have him on this song with us." "Ritual" was released via Atlantic Records in partnership with Roadrunner Records.

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[post_excerpt] => IN THIS MOMENT has released a teaser for the official music video for the song "Black Wedding". The track, which features a guest appearance by JUDAS PRIEST frontman Rob Halford, is taken from IN THIS MOMENT's latest album, "Ritual", which came out last July. IN THIS MOMENT singer Maria Brink said that having Halford guest on "Ritual" was "an honor." She also told "DOMKcast" that the PRIEST singer added his vocals after all the other parts were already laid down. "We actually recorded the song first, we had all of our stuff on it, and then he came in afterward and put his parts into it," she said. "But we had already kind of shown him [how we wanted it to sound]." According to Brink, "it's pretty common nowadays" for musicians to collaborate on records without actually being in the studio together, "because artists are always doing something — some of them are on tour" or in different parts of the world. "When I did our song on our last album with Brent [Smith] from SHINEDOWN, it was the same thing — we weren't in the studio at the same time," she said. "I wish we could be in the studio at the same time — it feels like it could be more connecting or something like that — but it went down this way. But it doesn't matter." Maria added that "Black Wedding" is "definitely gonna be a single. And I think that's gonna be a favorite, for sure, on this album. And we're honored to have [Rob] be a part of it. He's a legend. So we're so excited. We became friends with him, and what an honor to have him be a part of it." IN THIS MOMENT guitarist Chris Howorth told Metal Wani in an interview that Halford was a natural choice for the "Black Wedding" track. "Maria was doing the lyrics — and it's almost like a duet, but she's singing to herself with the mother and the priest and we're, like, 'Rob Halford is the priest! He would be the coolest dude ever to have on this song.' "A couple of years ago, he actually expressed interest in our band and came to see us. It blew our minds completely. We became friends with him from that point. "He's been super influential to us and when we were doing the song, Maria was, like, 'I'm going to see if Rob's interested,' and he jumped right on it. It's so cool to have him on this song with us." "Ritual" was released via Atlantic Records in partnership with Roadrunner Records.
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EXODUS Teams Up With PUCK HCKY For PAUL BALOFF Tribute Jersey

Array ( [post_title] => EXODUS Teams Up With PUCK HCKY For PAUL BALOFF Tribute Jersey [post_content] => San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal veterans EXODUS have joined forces with PUCK HCKY — the custom hockey apparel brand dominating music merchandise — to present the "Bonded Forever" hockey jersey in tribute to the band's late frontman Paul Baloff, who passed away on February 2, 2002. Says EXODUS guitarist Gary Holt: "EXODUS are proud to release, on what would have been his 58th birthday, the PUCK HCKY Paul Baloff tribute jersey! Paul loved hockey, and he especially loved hockey sticks! He made a mic stand outta one, and it was awesome for smashing stuff too!! He would have loved this jersey. We hope you love it too!" Jersey details: * Pro-series weight (it's the real deal) * Custom-made twill chest design * Custom-made embroidered patches on arms * Traditional 2-color vinyl name and number on back * Knitted body and sleeve stripes * Crossover v-neck * Double shoulders, double elbows * 100% polyester knit fabric Order at PuckHcky.com. On January 31, 2002, Baloff suffered a major stroke and was brought to Highland General Hospital in Northern California, where he remained in a coma until he was declared brain dead. On February 2, 2002, his doctors shut off his life support, leaving him to die in his sleep. He had no previous known health problems, and the stroke was a complete surprise to everyone around him. On the fifth anniversary of Baloff's passing, Holt stated about his late bandmate: "His contribution to metal lives on. How else can you explain how a guy can record one album (twice!) and still be remembered as a thrash legend to this very day?" In a 2015 interview, EXODUS drummer Tom Hunting stated about Baloff's passing: "That was a rough time for us, 'cause we weren't really a good-functioning band at that time. We all had some drug problems going on, or most of us, anyway — myself included. And Paul had two strokes. And we knew something was going on with Paul, but we never realized that he'd had a stroke until he had the big stroke that killed him. And we got an education about strokes right then. But even his dying break our will to do drugs. It took awhile. Gary did it first… you know, he got sober first, and I soon followed, and the rest is history. We haven't touched the shit ever since then. I mean, there's a pretty cliché saying: you get to a point where you're a musician dabbling in drugs, and then you become a drug addict that's dabbling in music. And that's kind of where we were. We thought we were doing stuff, but we weren't really progressing. We were just kind of spinning the wheels." [post_excerpt] => San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal veterans EXODUS have joined forces with PUCK HCKY — the custom hockey apparel brand dominating music merchandise — to present the "Bonded Forever" hockey jersey in tribute to the band's late frontman Paul Baloff, who passed away on February 2, 2002. Says EXODUS guitarist Gary Holt: "EXODUS are proud to release, on what would have been his 58th birthday, the PUCK HCKY Paul Baloff tribute jersey! Paul loved hockey, and he especially loved hockey sticks! He made a mic stand outta one, and it was awesome for smashing stuff too!! He would have loved this jersey. We hope you love it too!" Jersey details: * Pro-series weight (it's the real deal) * Custom-made twill chest design * Custom-made embroidered patches on arms * Traditional 2-color vinyl name and number on back * Knitted body and sleeve stripes * Crossover v-neck * Double shoulders, double elbows * 100% polyester knit fabric Order at PuckHcky.com. On January 31, 2002, Baloff suffered a major stroke and was brought to Highland General Hospital in Northern California, where he remained in a coma until he was declared brain dead. On February 2, 2002, his doctors shut off his life support, leaving him to die in his sleep. He had no previous known health problems, and the stroke was a complete surprise to everyone around him. On the fifth anniversary of Baloff's passing, Holt stated about his late bandmate: "His contribution to metal lives on. How else can you explain how a guy can record one album (twice!) and still be remembered as a thrash legend to this very day?" In a 2015 interview, EXODUS drummer Tom Hunting stated about Baloff's passing: "That was a rough time for us, 'cause we weren't really a good-functioning band at that time. We all had some drug problems going on, or most of us, anyway — myself included. And Paul had two strokes. And we knew something was going on with Paul, but we never realized that he'd had a stroke until he had the big stroke that killed him. And we got an education about strokes right then. But even his dying break our will to do drugs. It took awhile. Gary did it first… you know, he got sober first, and I soon followed, and the rest is history. We haven't touched the shit ever since then. I mean, there's a pretty cliché saying: you get to a point where you're a musician dabbling in drugs, and then you become a drug addict that's dabbling in music. And that's kind of where we were. We thought we were doing stuff, but we weren't really progressing. We were just kind of spinning the wheels." 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Replacing images : - ON San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal veterans EXODUS have joined forces with PUCK HCKY — the custom hockey apparel brand dominating music merchandise — to present the "Bonded Forever" hockey jersey in tribute to the band's late frontman Paul Baloff, who passed away on February 2, 2002. Says EXODUS guitarist Gary Holt: "EXODUS are proud to release, on what would have been his 58th birthday, the PUCK HCKY Paul Baloff tribute jersey! Paul loved hockey, and he especially loved hockey sticks! He made a mic stand outta one, and it was awesome for smashing stuff too!! He would have loved this jersey. We hope you love it too!" Jersey details: * Pro-series weight (it's the real deal) * Custom-made twill chest design * Custom-made embroidered patches on arms * Traditional 2-color vinyl name and number on back * Knitted body and sleeve stripes * Crossover v-neck * Double shoulders, double elbows * 100% polyester knit fabric Order at PuckHcky.com. On January 31, 2002, Baloff suffered a major stroke and was brought to Highland General Hospital in Northern California, where he remained in a coma until he was declared brain dead. On February 2, 2002, his doctors shut off his life support, leaving him to die in his sleep. He had no previous known health problems, and the stroke was a complete surprise to everyone around him. On the fifth anniversary of Baloff's passing, Holt stated about his late bandmate: "His contribution to metal lives on. How else can you explain how a guy can record one album (twice!) and still be remembered as a thrash legend to this very day?" In a 2015 interview, EXODUS drummer Tom Hunting stated about Baloff's passing: "That was a rough time for us, 'cause we weren't really a good-functioning band at that time. We all had some drug problems going on, or most of us, anyway — myself included. And Paul had two strokes. And we knew something was going on with Paul, but we never realized that he'd had a stroke until he had the big stroke that killed him. And we got an education about strokes right then. But even his dying break our will to do drugs. It took awhile. Gary did it first… you know, he got sober first, and I soon followed, and the rest is history. We haven't touched the shit ever since then. I mean, there's a pretty cliché saying: you get to a point where you're a musician dabbling in drugs, and then you become a drug addict that's dabbling in music. And that's kind of where we were. We thought we were doing stuff, but we weren't really progressing. We were just kind of spinning the wheels."

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Replacing images : - ON San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal veterans EXODUS have joined forces with PUCK HCKY — the custom hockey apparel brand dominating music merchandise — to present the "Bonded Forever" hockey jersey in tribute to the band's late frontman Paul Baloff, who passed away on February 2, 2002. Says EXODUS guitarist Gary Holt: "EXODUS are proud to release, on what would have been his 58th birthday, the PUCK HCKY Paul Baloff tribute jersey! Paul loved hockey, and he especially loved hockey sticks! He made a mic stand outta one, and it was awesome for smashing stuff too!! He would have loved this jersey. We hope you love it too!" Jersey details: * Pro-series weight (it's the real deal) * Custom-made twill chest design * Custom-made embroidered patches on arms * Traditional 2-color vinyl name and number on back * Knitted body and sleeve stripes * Crossover v-neck * Double shoulders, double elbows * 100% polyester knit fabric Order at PuckHcky.com. On January 31, 2002, Baloff suffered a major stroke and was brought to Highland General Hospital in Northern California, where he remained in a coma until he was declared brain dead. On February 2, 2002, his doctors shut off his life support, leaving him to die in his sleep. He had no previous known health problems, and the stroke was a complete surprise to everyone around him. On the fifth anniversary of Baloff's passing, Holt stated about his late bandmate: "His contribution to metal lives on. How else can you explain how a guy can record one album (twice!) and still be remembered as a thrash legend to this very day?" In a 2015 interview, EXODUS drummer Tom Hunting stated about Baloff's passing: "That was a rough time for us, 'cause we weren't really a good-functioning band at that time. We all had some drug problems going on, or most of us, anyway — myself included. And Paul had two strokes. And we knew something was going on with Paul, but we never realized that he'd had a stroke until he had the big stroke that killed him. And we got an education about strokes right then. But even his dying break our will to do drugs. It took awhile. Gary did it first… you know, he got sober first, and I soon followed, and the rest is history. We haven't touched the shit ever since then. I mean, there's a pretty cliché saying: you get to a point where you're a musician dabbling in drugs, and then you become a drug addict that's dabbling in music. And that's kind of where we were. We thought we were doing stuff, but we weren't really progressing. We were just kind of spinning the wheels." EXODUS Teams Up With PUCK HCKY For PAUL BALOFF Tribute Jersey

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Replacing images : - ON San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal veterans EXODUS have joined forces with PUCK HCKY — the custom hockey apparel brand dominating music merchandise — to present the "Bonded Forever" hockey jersey in tribute to the band's late frontman Paul Baloff, who passed away on February 2, 2002. Says EXODUS guitarist Gary Holt: "EXODUS are proud to release, on what would have been his 58th birthday, the PUCK HCKY Paul Baloff tribute jersey! Paul loved hockey, and he especially loved hockey sticks! He made a mic stand outta one, and it was awesome for smashing stuff too!! He would have loved this jersey. We hope you love it too!" Jersey details: * Pro-series weight (it's the real deal) * Custom-made twill chest design * Custom-made embroidered patches on arms * Traditional 2-color vinyl name and number on back * Knitted body and sleeve stripes * Crossover v-neck * Double shoulders, double elbows * 100% polyester knit fabric Order at PuckHcky.com. On January 31, 2002, Baloff suffered a major stroke and was brought to Highland General Hospital in Northern California, where he remained in a coma until he was declared brain dead. On February 2, 2002, his doctors shut off his life support, leaving him to die in his sleep. He had no previous known health problems, and the stroke was a complete surprise to everyone around him. On the fifth anniversary of Baloff's passing, Holt stated about his late bandmate: "His contribution to metal lives on. How else can you explain how a guy can record one album (twice!) and still be remembered as a thrash legend to this very day?" In a 2015 interview, EXODUS drummer Tom Hunting stated about Baloff's passing: "That was a rough time for us, 'cause we weren't really a good-functioning band at that time. We all had some drug problems going on, or most of us, anyway — myself included. And Paul had two strokes. And we knew something was going on with Paul, but we never realized that he'd had a stroke until he had the big stroke that killed him. And we got an education about strokes right then. But even his dying break our will to do drugs. It took awhile. Gary did it first… you know, he got sober first, and I soon followed, and the rest is history. We haven't touched the shit ever since then. I mean, there's a pretty cliché saying: you get to a point where you're a musician dabbling in drugs, and then you become a drug addict that's dabbling in music. And that's kind of where we were. We thought we were doing stuff, but we weren't really progressing. We were just kind of spinning the wheels." EXODUS Teams Up With PUCK HCKY For PAUL BALOFF Tribute Jersey EXODUS Teams Up With PUCK HCKY For PAUL BALOFF Tribute Jersey

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Array ( [post_title] => EXODUS Teams Up With PUCK HCKY For PAUL BALOFF Tribute Jersey [post_content] => San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal veterans EXODUS have joined forces with PUCK HCKY — the custom hockey apparel brand dominating music merchandise — to present the "Bonded Forever" hockey jersey in tribute to the band's late frontman Paul Baloff, who passed away on February 2, 2002. Says EXODUS guitarist Gary Holt: "EXODUS are proud to release, on what would have been his 58th birthday, the PUCK HCKY Paul Baloff tribute jersey! Paul loved hockey, and he especially loved hockey sticks! He made a mic stand outta one, and it was awesome for smashing stuff too!! He would have loved this jersey. We hope you love it too!" Jersey details: * Pro-series weight (it's the real deal) * Custom-made twill chest design * Custom-made embroidered patches on arms * Traditional 2-color vinyl name and number on back * Knitted body and sleeve stripes * Crossover v-neck * Double shoulders, double elbows * 100% polyester knit fabric Order at PuckHcky.com. On January 31, 2002, Baloff suffered a major stroke and was brought to Highland General Hospital in Northern California, where he remained in a coma until he was declared brain dead. On February 2, 2002, his doctors shut off his life support, leaving him to die in his sleep. He had no previous known health problems, and the stroke was a complete surprise to everyone around him. On the fifth anniversary of Baloff's passing, Holt stated about his late bandmate: "His contribution to metal lives on. How else can you explain how a guy can record one album (twice!) and still be remembered as a thrash legend to this very day?" In a 2015 interview, EXODUS drummer Tom Hunting stated about Baloff's passing: "That was a rough time for us, 'cause we weren't really a good-functioning band at that time. We all had some drug problems going on, or most of us, anyway — myself included. And Paul had two strokes. And we knew something was going on with Paul, but we never realized that he'd had a stroke until he had the big stroke that killed him. And we got an education about strokes right then. But even his dying break our will to do drugs. It took awhile. Gary did it first… you know, he got sober first, and I soon followed, and the rest is history. We haven't touched the shit ever since then. I mean, there's a pretty cliché saying: you get to a point where you're a musician dabbling in drugs, and then you become a drug addict that's dabbling in music. And that's kind of where we were. We thought we were doing stuff, but we weren't really progressing. We were just kind of spinning the wheels." EXODUS Teams Up With PUCK HCKY For PAUL BALOFF Tribute Jersey EXODUS Teams Up With PUCK HCKY For PAUL BALOFF Tribute Jersey [post_excerpt] => San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal veterans EXODUS have joined forces with PUCK HCKY — the custom hockey apparel brand dominating music merchandise — to present the "Bonded Forever" hockey jersey in tribute to the band's late frontman Paul Baloff, who passed away on February 2, 2002. Says EXODUS guitarist Gary Holt: "EXODUS are proud to release, on what would have been his 58th birthday, the PUCK HCKY Paul Baloff tribute jersey! Paul loved hockey, and he especially loved hockey sticks! He made a mic stand outta one, and it was awesome for smashing stuff too!! He would have loved this jersey. We hope you love it too!" Jersey details: * Pro-series weight (it's the real deal) * Custom-made twill chest design * Custom-made embroidered patches on arms * Traditional 2-color vinyl name and number on back * Knitted body and sleeve stripes * Crossover v-neck * Double shoulders, double elbows * 100% polyester knit fabric Order at PuckHcky.com. On January 31, 2002, Baloff suffered a major stroke and was brought to Highland General Hospital in Northern California, where he remained in a coma until he was declared brain dead. On February 2, 2002, his doctors shut off his life support, leaving him to die in his sleep. He had no previous known health problems, and the stroke was a complete surprise to everyone around him. On the fifth anniversary of Baloff's passing, Holt stated about his late bandmate: "His contribution to metal lives on. How else can you explain how a guy can record one album (twice!) and still be remembered as a thrash legend to this very day?" In a 2015 interview, EXODUS drummer Tom Hunting stated about Baloff's passing: "That was a rough time for us, 'cause we weren't really a good-functioning band at that time. We all had some drug problems going on, or most of us, anyway — myself included. And Paul had two strokes. And we knew something was going on with Paul, but we never realized that he'd had a stroke until he had the big stroke that killed him. And we got an education about strokes right then. But even his dying break our will to do drugs. It took awhile. Gary did it first… you know, he got sober first, and I soon followed, and the rest is history. We haven't touched the shit ever since then. I mean, there's a pretty cliché saying: you get to a point where you're a musician dabbling in drugs, and then you become a drug addict that's dabbling in music. And that's kind of where we were. We thought we were doing stuff, but we weren't really progressing. We were just kind of spinning the wheels." 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DIO DISCIPLES To Release Debut Album Via BMG

Array ( [post_title] => DIO DISCIPLES To Release Debut Album Via BMG [post_content] => DIO DISCIPLES, which pays tribute to Ronnie James Dio and is fully supported by Dio's widow/manager Wendy, is about to sign a deal with BMG for the release of the band's debut album. DIO DISCIPLES is made up of former members of DIO, along with a rotating lineup of vocalists, including ex-JUDAS PRIEST singer Tim "Ripper" Owens and LYNCH MOB frontman Oni Logan. Billed as a "celebration of the music and legacy of the greatest singer in the world, Ronnie James Dio," DIO DISCIPLES have been playing Ronnie's music on tour in a bid to keep their old bandmate's memory alive. Several years ago, guitarist Craig Goldy revealed DIO DISCIPLES were planning to start work on a project of original material, and they debuted three of the new songs during their May 2016 appearance at the "Ride For Ronnie" motorcycle rally and concert in Encino, California. Fan-filmed video footage of one of the tracks, which is apparently called "Till The End Of Time", can be seen below. In a brand new interview with the "Wired In The Empire" radio show, which airs on Riverside/San Bernardino, California's 96.7 KCAL-FM, Wendy stated about DIO DISCIPLES: "We're just about to sign a record deal with BMG for them to start making a new record." Confirming that the debut DIO DISCIPLES album would include "all new material," Wendy said that the members of the band have "written about five songs already and were "very excited" about the opportunity to work with BMG. As for when fans can expect to see the DIO DISCIPLES album released, Wendy said: "Actually, I'm going for a meeting with [BMG] next week, so I will know in a few weeks — to go over the marketing plan and when they think that they should have the record out." Some of the recent DIO DISCIPLES shows have also included singer Joe Retta (SWEET, HEAVEN & EARTH). Joe hails from Rochester, New York and and was raised on '70s R&B and rock during an era when, as he describes it, "music had more soul and was more diverse." His influences include such luminaries as Stevie Wonder, Steve Marriott, Paul Rodgers, Robert Plant and, of course, Ronnie. In an interview with Myglobalmind, Goldy stated about the formation of DIO DISCIPLES: "You see, the band DIO was run like a family. So when your family member dies, the other members of the family that are left behind often try to do things to keep their loved one's memory alive. So that's where the DIO DISCIPLES came from. Wendy and Simon [Wright, sometime DIO DISCIPLES drummer] called me and said, 'We should really do something.' Because there were all these tributes going on for Ronnie; some of them were just trying to cash in on his passing and some of them were legitimate. However, we said, 'We are his family we should do something.' So that is where DIO DISCIPLES came from." Goldy told Music Life Magazine that DIO DISCIPLES live performances are unique experiences. He said: "At every DIO DISCIPLES concert, there is a moment when the audience and band really connect. I am getting chills just talking about it. There are people in the audience looking up to the sky and singing at the top of their lungs with tears in their eyes, singing to Ronnie in heaven saying they miss him. It's just beautiful, and that's what the project was for." DIO DISCIPLES is: * Tim "Ripper" Owens (JUDAS PRIEST, ICED EARTH) - Vocals * Oni Logan (LYNCH MOB) - Vocals * Craig Goldy (DIO) - Guitar * Bjorn Englen (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) - Bass * Scott Warren (DIO, HEAVEN & HELL) - Keyboards * Simon Wright (AC/DC, DIO, OPERATION: MINDCRIME) - Drums

[post_excerpt] => DIO DISCIPLES, which pays tribute to Ronnie James Dio and is fully supported by Dio's widow/manager Wendy, is about to sign a deal with BMG for the release of the band's debut album. DIO DISCIPLES is made up of former members of DIO, along with a rotating lineup of vocalists, including ex-JUDAS PRIEST singer Tim "Ripper" Owens and LYNCH MOB frontman Oni Logan. Billed as a "celebration of the music and legacy of the greatest singer in the world, Ronnie James Dio," DIO DISCIPLES have been playing Ronnie's music on tour in a bid to keep their old bandmate's memory alive. Several years ago, guitarist Craig Goldy revealed DIO DISCIPLES were planning to start work on a project of original material, and they debuted three of the new songs during their May 2016 appearance at the "Ride For Ronnie" motorcycle rally and concert in Encino, California. Fan-filmed video footage of one of the tracks, which is apparently called "Till The End Of Time", can be seen below. In a brand new interview with the "Wired In The Empire" radio show, which airs on Riverside/San Bernardino, California's 96.7 KCAL-FM, Wendy stated about DIO DISCIPLES: "We're just about to sign a record deal with BMG for them to start making a new record." Confirming that the debut DIO DISCIPLES album would include "all new material," Wendy said that the members of the band have "written about five songs already and were "very excited" about the opportunity to work with BMG. As for when fans can expect to see the DIO DISCIPLES album released, Wendy said: "Actually, I'm going for a meeting with [BMG] next week, so I will know in a few weeks — to go over the marketing plan and when they think that they should have the record out." Some of the recent DIO DISCIPLES shows have also included singer Joe Retta (SWEET, HEAVEN & EARTH). Joe hails from Rochester, New York and and was raised on '70s R&B and rock during an era when, as he describes it, "music had more soul and was more diverse." His influences include such luminaries as Stevie Wonder, Steve Marriott, Paul Rodgers, Robert Plant and, of course, Ronnie. In an interview with Myglobalmind, Goldy stated about the formation of DIO DISCIPLES: "You see, the band DIO was run like a family. So when your family member dies, the other members of the family that are left behind often try to do things to keep their loved one's memory alive. So that's where the DIO DISCIPLES came from. Wendy and Simon [Wright, sometime DIO DISCIPLES drummer] called me and said, 'We should really do something.' Because there were all these tributes going on for Ronnie; some of them were just trying to cash in on his passing and some of them were legitimate. However, we said, 'We are his family we should do something.' So that is where DIO DISCIPLES came from." Goldy told Music Life Magazine that DIO DISCIPLES live performances are unique experiences. He said: "At every DIO DISCIPLES concert, there is a moment when the audience and band really connect. I am getting chills just talking about it. There are people in the audience looking up to the sky and singing at the top of their lungs with tears in their eyes, singing to Ronnie in heaven saying they miss him. It's just beautiful, and that's what the project was for." DIO DISCIPLES is: * Tim "Ripper" Owens (JUDAS PRIEST, ICED EARTH) - Vocals * Oni Logan (LYNCH MOB) - Vocals * Craig Goldy (DIO) - Guitar * Bjorn Englen (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) - Bass * Scott Warren (DIO, HEAVEN & HELL) - Keyboards * Simon Wright (AC/DC, DIO, OPERATION: MINDCRIME) - Drums
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Array ( [post_title] => DIO DISCIPLES To Release Debut Album Via BMG [post_content] => DIO DISCIPLES, which pays tribute to Ronnie James Dio and is fully supported by Dio's widow/manager Wendy, is about to sign a deal with BMG for the release of the band's debut album. DIO DISCIPLES is made up of former members of DIO, along with a rotating lineup of vocalists, including ex-JUDAS PRIEST singer Tim "Ripper" Owens and LYNCH MOB frontman Oni Logan. Billed as a "celebration of the music and legacy of the greatest singer in the world, Ronnie James Dio," DIO DISCIPLES have been playing Ronnie's music on tour in a bid to keep their old bandmate's memory alive. Several years ago, guitarist Craig Goldy revealed DIO DISCIPLES were planning to start work on a project of original material, and they debuted three of the new songs during their May 2016 appearance at the "Ride For Ronnie" motorcycle rally and concert in Encino, California. Fan-filmed video footage of one of the tracks, which is apparently called "Till The End Of Time", can be seen below. In a brand new interview with the "Wired In The Empire" radio show, which airs on Riverside/San Bernardino, California's 96.7 KCAL-FM, Wendy stated about DIO DISCIPLES: "We're just about to sign a record deal with BMG for them to start making a new record." Confirming that the debut DIO DISCIPLES album would include "all new material," Wendy said that the members of the band have "written about five songs already and were "very excited" about the opportunity to work with BMG. As for when fans can expect to see the DIO DISCIPLES album released, Wendy said: "Actually, I'm going for a meeting with [BMG] next week, so I will know in a few weeks — to go over the marketing plan and when they think that they should have the record out." Some of the recent DIO DISCIPLES shows have also included singer Joe Retta (SWEET, HEAVEN & EARTH). Joe hails from Rochester, New York and and was raised on '70s R&B and rock during an era when, as he describes it, "music had more soul and was more diverse." His influences include such luminaries as Stevie Wonder, Steve Marriott, Paul Rodgers, Robert Plant and, of course, Ronnie. In an interview with Myglobalmind, Goldy stated about the formation of DIO DISCIPLES: "You see, the band DIO was run like a family. So when your family member dies, the other members of the family that are left behind often try to do things to keep their loved one's memory alive. So that's where the DIO DISCIPLES came from. Wendy and Simon [Wright, sometime DIO DISCIPLES drummer] called me and said, 'We should really do something.' Because there were all these tributes going on for Ronnie; some of them were just trying to cash in on his passing and some of them were legitimate. However, we said, 'We are his family we should do something.' So that is where DIO DISCIPLES came from." Goldy told Music Life Magazine that DIO DISCIPLES live performances are unique experiences. He said: "At every DIO DISCIPLES concert, there is a moment when the audience and band really connect. I am getting chills just talking about it. There are people in the audience looking up to the sky and singing at the top of their lungs with tears in their eyes, singing to Ronnie in heaven saying they miss him. It's just beautiful, and that's what the project was for." DIO DISCIPLES is: * Tim "Ripper" Owens (JUDAS PRIEST, ICED EARTH) - Vocals * Oni Logan (LYNCH MOB) - Vocals * Craig Goldy (DIO) - Guitar * Bjorn Englen (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) - Bass * Scott Warren (DIO, HEAVEN & HELL) - Keyboards * Simon Wright (AC/DC, DIO, OPERATION: MINDCRIME) - Drums

[post_excerpt] => DIO DISCIPLES, which pays tribute to Ronnie James Dio and is fully supported by Dio's widow/manager Wendy, is about to sign a deal with BMG for the release of the band's debut album. DIO DISCIPLES is made up of former members of DIO, along with a rotating lineup of vocalists, including ex-JUDAS PRIEST singer Tim "Ripper" Owens and LYNCH MOB frontman Oni Logan. Billed as a "celebration of the music and legacy of the greatest singer in the world, Ronnie James Dio," DIO DISCIPLES have been playing Ronnie's music on tour in a bid to keep their old bandmate's memory alive. Several years ago, guitarist Craig Goldy revealed DIO DISCIPLES were planning to start work on a project of original material, and they debuted three of the new songs during their May 2016 appearance at the "Ride For Ronnie" motorcycle rally and concert in Encino, California. Fan-filmed video footage of one of the tracks, which is apparently called "Till The End Of Time", can be seen below. In a brand new interview with the "Wired In The Empire" radio show, which airs on Riverside/San Bernardino, California's 96.7 KCAL-FM, Wendy stated about DIO DISCIPLES: "We're just about to sign a record deal with BMG for them to start making a new record." Confirming that the debut DIO DISCIPLES album would include "all new material," Wendy said that the members of the band have "written about five songs already and were "very excited" about the opportunity to work with BMG. As for when fans can expect to see the DIO DISCIPLES album released, Wendy said: "Actually, I'm going for a meeting with [BMG] next week, so I will know in a few weeks — to go over the marketing plan and when they think that they should have the record out." Some of the recent DIO DISCIPLES shows have also included singer Joe Retta (SWEET, HEAVEN & EARTH). Joe hails from Rochester, New York and and was raised on '70s R&B and rock during an era when, as he describes it, "music had more soul and was more diverse." His influences include such luminaries as Stevie Wonder, Steve Marriott, Paul Rodgers, Robert Plant and, of course, Ronnie. In an interview with Myglobalmind, Goldy stated about the formation of DIO DISCIPLES: "You see, the band DIO was run like a family. So when your family member dies, the other members of the family that are left behind often try to do things to keep their loved one's memory alive. So that's where the DIO DISCIPLES came from. Wendy and Simon [Wright, sometime DIO DISCIPLES drummer] called me and said, 'We should really do something.' Because there were all these tributes going on for Ronnie; some of them were just trying to cash in on his passing and some of them were legitimate. However, we said, 'We are his family we should do something.' So that is where DIO DISCIPLES came from." Goldy told Music Life Magazine that DIO DISCIPLES live performances are unique experiences. He said: "At every DIO DISCIPLES concert, there is a moment when the audience and band really connect. I am getting chills just talking about it. There are people in the audience looking up to the sky and singing at the top of their lungs with tears in their eyes, singing to Ronnie in heaven saying they miss him. It's just beautiful, and that's what the project was for." DIO DISCIPLES is: * Tim "Ripper" Owens (JUDAS PRIEST, ICED EARTH) - Vocals * Oni Logan (LYNCH MOB) - Vocals * Craig Goldy (DIO) - Guitar * Bjorn Englen (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) - Bass * Scott Warren (DIO, HEAVEN & HELL) - Keyboards * Simon Wright (AC/DC, DIO, OPERATION: MINDCRIME) - Drums
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FOREIGNER: Audio Samples Of Entire 'Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus' Album

Array ( [post_title] => FOREIGNER: Audio Samples Of Entire 'Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus' Album [post_content] => Audio snippets of all the tracks that are set to appear on FOREIGNER's "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. "I Want To Know What Love Is", "Cold As Ice", "Waiting For A Girl Like You", "Hot Blooded", "Juke Box Hero". FOREIGNER's timeless anthems continue to rock the charts with 10 multi-platinum albums, 16 Top 30 hits and album sales now exceeding 75 million copies. For the first time ever, FOREIGNER will present all its hits with a 58-piece orchestra and a 60-piece choir with "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" available on April 27 via earMUSIC. In May 2017, the band performed two sold-out shows in Lucerne, Switzerland, together with the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, conducted by Ernst Van Tiel. "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" represents this year-long collaboration between FOREIGNER founding member and lead guitarist Mick Jones and Grammy-nominated composing/arranging team Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer, exploring the deep symphonic potential of these classic and iconic songs. Eggar, Juilliard protégé and cellist/pianist/composer, and Palmer, producer/writer/percussionist, have toured, performed and recorded with artists such as Paul Simon, James Taylor, Patti Smith, COLDPLAY and many more. Says Mick Jones: "I could never have imagined when I set out to create FOREIGNER 40 years ago, that we'd still be touring around the world and performing the music we love all these years later. Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer's orchestral arrangements have shown us a new symphonic dimension of our music, which I hope our fans will enjoy." "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" CD track listing: 01. Overture 02. Blue Morning, Blue Day 03. Cold As Ice 04. Waiting For A Girl Like You 05. Say You Will 06. When It Comes To Love 07. That Was Yesterday 08. Feels Like The First Time 09. Starrider 10. Double Vision 11. Fool For You Anyway 12. Urgent 13. Juke Box Hero 14. I Want To Know What Love Is "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" DVD track listing: 01. Overture 02. Blue Morning, Blue Day 03. Cold As Ice 04. Waiting For A Girl Like You 05. Head Games 06. When It Comes To Love 07. Say You Will 08. The Flame Still Burns 09. That Was Yesterday 10. Juke Box Hero 11. Starrider 12. Double Vision 13. Fool For You Anyway 14. Hot Blooded 15. Urgent 16. Feels Like The First Time 17. I Want To Know What Love Is Photo credit: Karsten Staiger

[post_excerpt] => Audio snippets of all the tracks that are set to appear on FOREIGNER's "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. "I Want To Know What Love Is", "Cold As Ice", "Waiting For A Girl Like You", "Hot Blooded", "Juke Box Hero". FOREIGNER's timeless anthems continue to rock the charts with 10 multi-platinum albums, 16 Top 30 hits and album sales now exceeding 75 million copies. For the first time ever, FOREIGNER will present all its hits with a 58-piece orchestra and a 60-piece choir with "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" available on April 27 via earMUSIC. In May 2017, the band performed two sold-out shows in Lucerne, Switzerland, together with the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, conducted by Ernst Van Tiel. "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" represents this year-long collaboration between FOREIGNER founding member and lead guitarist Mick Jones and Grammy-nominated composing/arranging team Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer, exploring the deep symphonic potential of these classic and iconic songs. Eggar, Juilliard protégé and cellist/pianist/composer, and Palmer, producer/writer/percussionist, have toured, performed and recorded with artists such as Paul Simon, James Taylor, Patti Smith, COLDPLAY and many more. Says Mick Jones: "I could never have imagined when I set out to create FOREIGNER 40 years ago, that we'd still be touring around the world and performing the music we love all these years later. Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer's orchestral arrangements have shown us a new symphonic dimension of our music, which I hope our fans will enjoy." "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" CD track listing: 01. Overture 02. Blue Morning, Blue Day 03. Cold As Ice 04. Waiting For A Girl Like You 05. Say You Will 06. When It Comes To Love 07. That Was Yesterday 08. Feels Like The First Time 09. Starrider 10. Double Vision 11. Fool For You Anyway 12. Urgent 13. Juke Box Hero 14. I Want To Know What Love Is "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" DVD track listing: 01. Overture 02. Blue Morning, Blue Day 03. Cold As Ice 04. Waiting For A Girl Like You 05. Head Games 06. When It Comes To Love 07. Say You Will 08. The Flame Still Burns 09. That Was Yesterday 10. Juke Box Hero 11. Starrider 12. Double Vision 13. Fool For You Anyway 14. Hot Blooded 15. Urgent 16. Feels Like The First Time 17. I Want To Know What Love Is Photo credit: Karsten Staiger
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Replacing images : - ON Audio snippets of all the tracks that are set to appear on FOREIGNER's "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. "I Want To Know What Love Is", "Cold As Ice", "Waiting For A Girl Like You", "Hot Blooded", "Juke Box Hero". FOREIGNER's timeless anthems continue to rock the charts with 10 multi-platinum albums, 16 Top 30 hits and album sales now exceeding 75 million copies. For the first time ever, FOREIGNER will present all its hits with a 58-piece orchestra and a 60-piece choir with "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" available on April 27 via earMUSIC. In May 2017, the band performed two sold-out shows in Lucerne, Switzerland, together with the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, conducted by Ernst Van Tiel. "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" represents this year-long collaboration between FOREIGNER founding member and lead guitarist Mick Jones and Grammy-nominated composing/arranging team Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer, exploring the deep symphonic potential of these classic and iconic songs. Eggar, Juilliard protégé and cellist/pianist/composer, and Palmer, producer/writer/percussionist, have toured, performed and recorded with artists such as Paul Simon, James Taylor, Patti Smith, COLDPLAY and many more. Says Mick Jones: "I could never have imagined when I set out to create FOREIGNER 40 years ago, that we'd still be touring around the world and performing the music we love all these years later. Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer's orchestral arrangements have shown us a new symphonic dimension of our music, which I hope our fans will enjoy." "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" CD track listing: 01. Overture 02. Blue Morning, Blue Day 03. Cold As Ice 04. Waiting For A Girl Like You 05. Say You Will 06. When It Comes To Love 07. That Was Yesterday 08. Feels Like The First Time 09. Starrider 10. Double Vision 11. Fool For You Anyway 12. Urgent 13. Juke Box Hero 14. I Want To Know What Love Is "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" DVD track listing: 01. Overture 02. Blue Morning, Blue Day 03. Cold As Ice 04. Waiting For A Girl Like You 05. Head Games 06. When It Comes To Love 07. Say You Will 08. The Flame Still Burns 09. That Was Yesterday 10. Juke Box Hero 11. Starrider 12. Double Vision 13. Fool For You Anyway 14. Hot Blooded 15. Urgent 16. Feels Like The First Time 17. I Want To Know What Love Is Photo credit: Karsten Staiger

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Array ( [post_title] => FOREIGNER: Audio Samples Of Entire 'Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus' Album [post_content] => Audio snippets of all the tracks that are set to appear on FOREIGNER's "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. "I Want To Know What Love Is", "Cold As Ice", "Waiting For A Girl Like You", "Hot Blooded", "Juke Box Hero". FOREIGNER's timeless anthems continue to rock the charts with 10 multi-platinum albums, 16 Top 30 hits and album sales now exceeding 75 million copies. For the first time ever, FOREIGNER will present all its hits with a 58-piece orchestra and a 60-piece choir with "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" available on April 27 via earMUSIC. In May 2017, the band performed two sold-out shows in Lucerne, Switzerland, together with the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, conducted by Ernst Van Tiel. "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" represents this year-long collaboration between FOREIGNER founding member and lead guitarist Mick Jones and Grammy-nominated composing/arranging team Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer, exploring the deep symphonic potential of these classic and iconic songs. Eggar, Juilliard protégé and cellist/pianist/composer, and Palmer, producer/writer/percussionist, have toured, performed and recorded with artists such as Paul Simon, James Taylor, Patti Smith, COLDPLAY and many more. Says Mick Jones: "I could never have imagined when I set out to create FOREIGNER 40 years ago, that we'd still be touring around the world and performing the music we love all these years later. Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer's orchestral arrangements have shown us a new symphonic dimension of our music, which I hope our fans will enjoy." "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" CD track listing: 01. Overture 02. Blue Morning, Blue Day 03. Cold As Ice 04. Waiting For A Girl Like You 05. Say You Will 06. When It Comes To Love 07. That Was Yesterday 08. Feels Like The First Time 09. Starrider 10. Double Vision 11. Fool For You Anyway 12. Urgent 13. Juke Box Hero 14. I Want To Know What Love Is "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" DVD track listing: 01. Overture 02. Blue Morning, Blue Day 03. Cold As Ice 04. Waiting For A Girl Like You 05. Head Games 06. When It Comes To Love 07. Say You Will 08. The Flame Still Burns 09. That Was Yesterday 10. Juke Box Hero 11. Starrider 12. Double Vision 13. Fool For You Anyway 14. Hot Blooded 15. Urgent 16. Feels Like The First Time 17. I Want To Know What Love Is Photo credit: Karsten Staiger

[post_excerpt] => Audio snippets of all the tracks that are set to appear on FOREIGNER's "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. "I Want To Know What Love Is", "Cold As Ice", "Waiting For A Girl Like You", "Hot Blooded", "Juke Box Hero". FOREIGNER's timeless anthems continue to rock the charts with 10 multi-platinum albums, 16 Top 30 hits and album sales now exceeding 75 million copies. For the first time ever, FOREIGNER will present all its hits with a 58-piece orchestra and a 60-piece choir with "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" available on April 27 via earMUSIC. In May 2017, the band performed two sold-out shows in Lucerne, Switzerland, together with the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, conducted by Ernst Van Tiel. "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" represents this year-long collaboration between FOREIGNER founding member and lead guitarist Mick Jones and Grammy-nominated composing/arranging team Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer, exploring the deep symphonic potential of these classic and iconic songs. Eggar, Juilliard protégé and cellist/pianist/composer, and Palmer, producer/writer/percussionist, have toured, performed and recorded with artists such as Paul Simon, James Taylor, Patti Smith, COLDPLAY and many more. Says Mick Jones: "I could never have imagined when I set out to create FOREIGNER 40 years ago, that we'd still be touring around the world and performing the music we love all these years later. Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer's orchestral arrangements have shown us a new symphonic dimension of our music, which I hope our fans will enjoy." "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" CD track listing: 01. Overture 02. Blue Morning, Blue Day 03. Cold As Ice 04. Waiting For A Girl Like You 05. Say You Will 06. When It Comes To Love 07. That Was Yesterday 08. Feels Like The First Time 09. Starrider 10. Double Vision 11. Fool For You Anyway 12. Urgent 13. Juke Box Hero 14. I Want To Know What Love Is "Foreigner With The 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus" DVD track listing: 01. Overture 02. Blue Morning, Blue Day 03. Cold As Ice 04. Waiting For A Girl Like You 05. Head Games 06. When It Comes To Love 07. Say You Will 08. The Flame Still Burns 09. That Was Yesterday 10. Juke Box Hero 11. Starrider 12. Double Vision 13. Fool For You Anyway 14. Hot Blooded 15. Urgent 16. Feels Like The First Time 17. I Want To Know What Love Is Photo credit: Karsten Staiger
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THE DARKNESS To Release 'Live At Hammersmith' Album In June

Array ( [post_title] => THE DARKNESS To Release 'Live At Hammersmith' Album In June [post_content] => British rockers THE DARKNESS will release a live album, "Live At Hammersmith", on June 15 through Cooking Vinyl. The album captures the bandin sterling form at its London "Tour De Prance" show at the Eventim Hammersmith Apollo on December 10, 2017. The U.S. leg of "Tour De Prance" runs through May 2 in Dallas, Texas, continuing on to its final stop in Mexico City, Mexico on May 4 in support of critically acclaimed new album "Pinewood Smile". The tour has been blowing minds across the globe, selling out shows in the U.S., Canada and Europe. "Live At Hammersmith" boasts the band's spectacular back catalogue of five albums across 19 incendiary tracks. In true DARKNESS spandex-clad fashion, the performance features huge riffs, mighty bass faces, hair-raising falsetto, gigantic disco balls and a whole lotta pyro. Frontman Justin Hawkins says: "THE DARKNESS is untamed. It cannot be caged. Some very clever recording engineers have discovered a way to capture its essence; all that remains is for us to release it back into the wild." He continues: "Life is about experiences, not possessions. This is your opportunity to possess the experience of THE DARKNESS live, as perceived by your ears, leaving your eyes free to scan the road ahead for obstacles, or to watch Emmerdale with the sound off, or to mould clay, or to darn socks, or to look at the beautiful artwork in this magnificent gatefold. Release yourself into THE DARKNESS 'Live At Hammersmith'." To celebrate the release of "Live At Hammersmith", two songs from the live album are available for streaming now and as instant-grat downloads with pre-orders. The tracks include the swashbuckling "Pinewood Smile" highlight "Buccaneers Of Hispaniola" and the smash hit "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" from THE DARKNESS's four-times-platinum-selling debut album "Permission To Land". Not resting on its "Tour De Prance" laurels, THE DARKNESS will hit the road again in June playing arenas across Europe in support of the HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES supergroup featuring Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, and will be opening for the legendary QUEEN in July in the U.K. "Live At Hammersmith" track listing: 01. Open Fire 02. Love Is Only A Feeling 03. Southern Trains 04. Black Shuck 05. One Way Ticket 06. Givin' Up 07. All The Pretty Girls 08. Barbarian 09. Buccaneers Of Hispaniola 10. Friday Night 11. Makin' Out 12. Every Inch Of You 13. Solid Gold 14. Stuck In A Rut 15. Get Your Hands Off My Woman 16. Growing On Me 17. Japanese Prisoner Of Love 18. Christmas Time (Don't Let The Bells End) 19. I Believe In A Thing Called Love

[post_excerpt] => British rockers THE DARKNESS will release a live album, "Live At Hammersmith", on June 15 through Cooking Vinyl. The album captures the bandin sterling form at its London "Tour De Prance" show at the Eventim Hammersmith Apollo on December 10, 2017. Th... [post_date_gmt] => 2018-04-25 10:30:34 [post_date] => 2018-04-25 06:30:34 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-04-25 10:30:34 [post_modified] => 2018-04-25 06:30:34 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://54cf7eaab02313a5d01ecf270dba8bc7 [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/the-darkness-to-release-live-at-hammersmith-album-in-june/ [syndication_item_hash] => cc721c8c0f6da63838ba5e222470c1da ) [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 British rockers THE DARKNESS will release a live album, "Live At Hammersmith", on June 15 through Cooking Vinyl. The album captures the bandin sterling form at its London "Tour De Prance" show at the Eventim Hammersmith Apollo on December 10, 2017. The U.S. leg of "Tour De Prance" runs through May 2 in Dallas, Texas, continuing on to its final stop in Mexico City, Mexico on May 4 in support of critically acclaimed new album "Pinewood Smile". The tour has been blowing minds across the globe, selling out shows in the U.S., Canada and Europe. "Live At Hammersmith" boasts the band's spectacular back catalogue of five albums across 19 incendiary tracks. In true DARKNESS spandex-clad fashion, the performance features huge riffs, mighty bass faces, hair-raising falsetto, gigantic disco balls and a whole lotta pyro. Frontman Justin Hawkins says: "THE DARKNESS is untamed. It cannot be caged. Some very clever recording engineers have discovered a way to capture its essence; all that remains is for us to release it back into the wild." He continues: "Life is about experiences, not possessions. This is your opportunity to possess the experience of THE DARKNESS live, as perceived by your ears, leaving your eyes free to scan the road ahead for obstacles, or to watch Emmerdale with the sound off, or to mould clay, or to darn socks, or to look at the beautiful artwork in this magnificent gatefold. Release yourself into THE DARKNESS 'Live At Hammersmith'." To celebrate the release of "Live At Hammersmith", two songs from the live album are available for streaming now and as instant-grat downloads with pre-orders. The tracks include the swashbuckling "Pinewood Smile" highlight "Buccaneers Of Hispaniola" and the smash hit "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" from THE DARKNESS's four-times-platinum-selling debut album "Permission To Land". Not resting on its "Tour De Prance" laurels, THE DARKNESS will hit the road again in June playing arenas across Europe in support of the HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES supergroup featuring Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, and will be opening for the legendary QUEEN in July in the U.K. "Live At Hammersmith" track listing: 01. Open Fire 02. Love Is Only A Feeling 03. Southern Trains 04. Black Shuck 05. One Way Ticket 06. Givin' Up 07. All The Pretty Girls 08. Barbarian 09. Buccaneers Of Hispaniola 10. Friday Night 11. Makin' Out 12. Every Inch Of You 13. Solid Gold 14. Stuck In A Rut 15. Get Your Hands Off My Woman 16. Growing On Me 17. Japanese Prisoner Of Love 18. Christmas Time (Don't Let The Bells End) 19. I Believe In A Thing Called Love

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Array ( [post_title] => THE DARKNESS To Release 'Live At Hammersmith' Album In June [post_content] => British rockers THE DARKNESS will release a live album, "Live At Hammersmith", on June 15 through Cooking Vinyl. The album captures the bandin sterling form at its London "Tour De Prance" show at the Eventim Hammersmith Apollo on December 10, 2017. The U.S. leg of "Tour De Prance" runs through May 2 in Dallas, Texas, continuing on to its final stop in Mexico City, Mexico on May 4 in support of critically acclaimed new album "Pinewood Smile". The tour has been blowing minds across the globe, selling out shows in the U.S., Canada and Europe. "Live At Hammersmith" boasts the band's spectacular back catalogue of five albums across 19 incendiary tracks. In true DARKNESS spandex-clad fashion, the performance features huge riffs, mighty bass faces, hair-raising falsetto, gigantic disco balls and a whole lotta pyro. Frontman Justin Hawkins says: "THE DARKNESS is untamed. It cannot be caged. Some very clever recording engineers have discovered a way to capture its essence; all that remains is for us to release it back into the wild." He continues: "Life is about experiences, not possessions. This is your opportunity to possess the experience of THE DARKNESS live, as perceived by your ears, leaving your eyes free to scan the road ahead for obstacles, or to watch Emmerdale with the sound off, or to mould clay, or to darn socks, or to look at the beautiful artwork in this magnificent gatefold. Release yourself into THE DARKNESS 'Live At Hammersmith'." To celebrate the release of "Live At Hammersmith", two songs from the live album are available for streaming now and as instant-grat downloads with pre-orders. The tracks include the swashbuckling "Pinewood Smile" highlight "Buccaneers Of Hispaniola" and the smash hit "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" from THE DARKNESS's four-times-platinum-selling debut album "Permission To Land". Not resting on its "Tour De Prance" laurels, THE DARKNESS will hit the road again in June playing arenas across Europe in support of the HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES supergroup featuring Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, and will be opening for the legendary QUEEN in July in the U.K. "Live At Hammersmith" track listing: 01. Open Fire 02. Love Is Only A Feeling 03. Southern Trains 04. Black Shuck 05. One Way Ticket 06. Givin' Up 07. All The Pretty Girls 08. Barbarian 09. Buccaneers Of Hispaniola 10. Friday Night 11. Makin' Out 12. Every Inch Of You 13. Solid Gold 14. Stuck In A Rut 15. Get Your Hands Off My Woman 16. Growing On Me 17. Japanese Prisoner Of Love 18. Christmas Time (Don't Let The Bells End) 19. I Believe In A Thing Called Love

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CYNIC's PAUL MASVIDAL Releases 'Evolutionary Sleeper' Playthrough Video

Array ( [post_title] => CYNIC's PAUL MASVIDAL Releases 'Evolutionary Sleeper' Playthrough Video [post_content] => CYNIC's Paul Masvidal has released a playthrough video for the track "Evolutionary Sleeper", which was taken from the band's 2008 album "Traced In Air". Check it out below. Masvidal comments: "'Evolutionary Sleeper' was the acorn for all that became 'Traced In Air'. Fans have been asking for a playthrough of this song since it was released in 2008, and here it is." In January, CYNIC released a brand new single called "Humanoid". The track marked the first new music from the progressive pioneers since their 2014 full-length, "Kindly Bent To Free Us". "Humanoid" was recorded by Masvidal and longtime CYNIC bassist Sean Malone. The song also marked the debut of the band's new drummer, Matt Lynch. For the mixing of "Humanoid", CYNIC partnered with renowned engineer Adam "Nolly" Getgood.

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[post_excerpt] => CYNIC's Paul Masvidal has released a playthrough video for the track "Evolutionary Sleeper", which was taken from the band's 2008 album "Traced In Air". Check it out below. Masvidal comments: "'Evolutionary Sleeper' was the acorn for all that became '... [post_date_gmt] => 2018-04-25 10:11:15 [post_date] => 2018-04-25 06:11:15 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-04-25 10:11:15 [post_modified] => 2018-04-25 06:11:15 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://9d2eb19d9e0499837c144dfdaa6c36c4 [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/cynics-paul-masvidal-releases-evolutionary-sleeper-playthrough-video/ [syndication_item_hash] => 54965982a5a48fbc45d45e0ec7248249 [faf_process_image] => ) [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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STEVEN ADLER To Be Joined By EXTREME, Ex-DOKKEN Members On Australian ADLER'S APPETITE Tour

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He starred in the title role in "Jekyll And Hyde" on Broadway, for which he received a Drama League Award nomination for a "Distinguished Performance Award." Restivo is an American multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, record producer, and audio engineer. Restivo has contributed as a lead guitarist and vocalist with Wyclef Jean and the ED PALERMO BIG BAND, as a bassist and background vocalist with EXTREME. He has performed lead vocals and/or guitar or bass with AFI, Ben Harper, Billy Idol, CYPRESS HILL, Dave Navarro, Deborah Harry, Flea, Iggy Pop, Jackson Browne, Jason Bonham, Jason Derulo, Jerry Cantrell, Joe Satriani, Sammy Hagar, Slash, Steve Vai, Taio Cruz, Travis Barker, Trent Reznor, and many more. McNabb is an American actor, bassist and singer. At age 21, he became the bass player of the 1980s metal band QUIET RIOT, replacing Chuck Wright. McNabb joined DOKKEN as their bassist in 2009 and was a mainstay with the band until 2014. He has also toured and recorded with HOUSE OF LORDS, GREAT WHITE, LYNCH MOB, MONTROSE, QUEENSRŸCHE, Jack Wagner, Don Felder, Edgar Winter, Maya, BAD MOON RISING, ROUGH CUTT, BURNING RAIN and XYZ. Thomas began at the age of 12 when he picked up his first guitar and his shining career was born. This ferocious shredder has played with such bands as FASTER PUSSYCAT, BANG TANGO, his own band FASTBACK and BEAUTIFUL CREATURES. But there is so much more to this sensational artist. Each stop on Adler's Australian tour will feature a question-and-answer session with Steven and his mother, Deanna Adler, steadfast supporter and author of "Sweet Child Of Mine: How I Lost My Son To Guns N' Roses". During the last quarter century, Deanna Adler kept her diaries, journals, and personal letters, as well as a dozen scrapbooks and hundreds of photographs, putting them aside for safekeeping. This is your opportunity to experience the rare personal and emotive journey about raising her son, and the efforts of keeping him alive and herself sane. Tour dates: May 16 - Discovery, Darwin May 17 - The Gov, Adelaide May 18 - Capitol, Perth May 19 - The Backroom, Brisbane May 25 - 170 Russell, Melbourne May 26 - Max Watts, Sydney ADLER'S APPETITE FEATURING CONSTANTINE MAROULIS will make its live debut on May 10 at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California. "Of course, GUNS N' ROSES was the soundtrack to my youth," Maroulis told Billboard. "To play with Steven has been the highlight of my career. He's a lovely guy, and his playing on 'Appetite [For Destruction]' was second to none, and that sound he made on it defined that whole generation's sound." Adler stated about the singer: "Let me just fucking tell you something... this guy Constantine, who I call 'Casanova'... he came up to New York and I'm, like, 'Oh my God, I got this great rock and roll singer!' I'm finally working with a real superstar again. I call him 'Casanova' because he's so goddamn sexy. Because he dresses so nice. I wish I was his size so I could double my wardrobe! ... He flew up to New York and within five minutes, I wanted to kick his fuckin' ass! And within 10 minutes, I fell in love with him!" Adler added: "GUNS N' ROSES are the biggest rock band in the fuckin' world now, and since the guys don't want me to play with them and I love these songs and I'm so proud of them ... now I finally have a singer who can compete with the young Axl Rose. Axl is Axl and Casanova is fuckin' Casanova.... That's all I want. Also, his name isn't 'asshole' it's Axl. It sounds like you're saying 'asshole,' but it's Axl." [post_excerpt] => Following the announcement last month of his Australian tour, ex-GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler has unveiled the members of the the newly formed ADLER'S APPETITE FEATURING CONSTANTINE MAROULIS band that will be playing alongside him to celebrate the 30th anniversary of GNR's classic debut album by performing "Appetite For Destruction" in its entirety. They are: Constantine Maroulis (Vocals) Carl Restivo (Rhythm Guitar) Sean McNabb (Bass) Michael Thomas (Lead Guitar) Constantine is a Greek-American actor and rock singer from Wyckoff, New Jersey. He was the sixth-place finalist on the fourth season of "American Idol" and received a nomination for the Tony Award for "Best Performance By A Leading Actor In A Musical" for his role in "Rock Of Ages". He starred in the title role in "Jekyll And Hyde" on Broadway, for which he received a Drama League Award nomination for a "Distinguished Performance Award." Restivo is an American multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, record producer, and audio engineer. Restivo has contributed as a lead guitarist and vocalist with Wyclef Jean and the ED PALERMO BIG BAND, as a bassist and background vocalist with EXTREME. He has performed lead vocals and/or guitar or bass with AFI, Ben Harper, Billy Idol, CYPRESS HILL, Dave Navarro, Deborah Harry, Flea, Iggy Pop, Jackson Browne, Jason Bonham, Jason Derulo, Jerry Cantrell, Joe Satriani, Sammy Hagar, Slash, Steve Vai, Taio Cruz, Travis Barker, Trent Reznor, and many more. McNabb is an American actor, bassist and singer. At age 21, he became the bass player of the 1980s metal band QUIET RIOT, replacing Chuck Wright. McNabb joined DOKKEN as their bassist in 2009 and was a mainstay with the band until 2014. He has also toured and recorded with HOUSE OF LORDS, GREAT WHITE, LYNCH MOB, MONTROSE, QUEENSRŸCHE, Jack Wagner, Don Felder, Edgar Winter, Maya, BAD MOON RISING, ROUGH CUTT, BURNING RAIN and XYZ. Thomas began at the age of 12 when he picked up his first guitar and his shining career was born. This ferocious shredder has played with such bands as FASTER PUSSYCAT, BANG TANGO, his own band FASTBACK and BEAUTIFUL CREATURES. But there is so much more to this sensational artist. Each stop on Adler's Australian tour will feature a question-and-answer session with Steven and his mother, Deanna Adler, steadfast supporter and author of "Sweet Child Of Mine: How I Lost My Son To Guns N' Roses". During the last quarter century, Deanna Adler kept her diaries, journals, and personal letters, as well as a dozen scrapbooks and hundreds of photographs, putting them aside for safekeeping. This is your opportunity to experience the rare personal and emotive journey about raising her son, and the efforts of keeping him alive and herself sane. Tour dates: May 16 - Discovery, Darwin May 17 - The Gov, Adelaide May 18 - Capitol, Perth May 19 - The Backroom, Brisbane May 25 - 170 Russell, Melbourne May 26 - Max Watts, Sydney ADLER'S APPETITE FEATURING CONSTANTINE MAROULIS will make its live debut on May 10 at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California. "Of course, GUNS N' ROSES was the soundtrack to my youth," Maroulis told Billboard. "To play with Steven has been the highlight of my career. He's a lovely guy, and his playing on 'Appetite [For Destruction]' was second to none, and that sound he made on it defined that whole generation's sound." Adler stated about the singer: "Let me just fucking tell you something... this guy Constantine, who I call 'Casanova'... he came up to New York and I'm, like, 'Oh my God, I got this great rock and roll singer!' I'm finally working with a real superstar again. I call him 'Casanova' because he's so goddamn sexy. Because he dresses so nice. I wish I was his size so I could double my wardrobe! ... He flew up to New York and within five minutes, I wanted to kick his fuckin' ass! And within 10 minutes, I fell in love with him!" Adler added: "GUNS N' ROSES are the biggest rock band in the fuckin' world now, and since the guys don't want me to play with them and I love these songs and I'm so proud of them ... now I finally have a singer who can compete with the young Axl Rose. Axl is Axl and Casanova is fuckin' Casanova.... That's all I want. Also, his name isn't 'asshole' it's Axl. It sounds like you're saying 'asshole,' but it's Axl." 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He starred in the title role in "Jekyll And Hyde" on Broadway, for which he received a Drama League Award nomination for a "Distinguished Performance Award." Restivo is an American multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, record producer, and audio engineer. Restivo has contributed as a lead guitarist and vocalist with Wyclef Jean and the ED PALERMO BIG BAND, as a bassist and background vocalist with EXTREME. He has performed lead vocals and/or guitar or bass with AFI, Ben Harper, Billy Idol, CYPRESS HILL, Dave Navarro, Deborah Harry, Flea, Iggy Pop, Jackson Browne, Jason Bonham, Jason Derulo, Jerry Cantrell, Joe Satriani, Sammy Hagar, Slash, Steve Vai, Taio Cruz, Travis Barker, Trent Reznor, and many more. McNabb is an American actor, bassist and singer. At age 21, he became the bass player of the 1980s metal band QUIET RIOT, replacing Chuck Wright. McNabb joined DOKKEN as their bassist in 2009 and was a mainstay with the band until 2014. He has also toured and recorded with HOUSE OF LORDS, GREAT WHITE, LYNCH MOB, MONTROSE, QUEENSRŸCHE, Jack Wagner, Don Felder, Edgar Winter, Maya, BAD MOON RISING, ROUGH CUTT, BURNING RAIN and XYZ. Thomas began at the age of 12 when he picked up his first guitar and his shining career was born. This ferocious shredder has played with such bands as FASTER PUSSYCAT, BANG TANGO, his own band FASTBACK and BEAUTIFUL CREATURES. But there is so much more to this sensational artist. Each stop on Adler's Australian tour will feature a question-and-answer session with Steven and his mother, Deanna Adler, steadfast supporter and author of "Sweet Child Of Mine: How I Lost My Son To Guns N' Roses". During the last quarter century, Deanna Adler kept her diaries, journals, and personal letters, as well as a dozen scrapbooks and hundreds of photographs, putting them aside for safekeeping. This is your opportunity to experience the rare personal and emotive journey about raising her son, and the efforts of keeping him alive and herself sane. Tour dates: May 16 - Discovery, Darwin May 17 - The Gov, Adelaide May 18 - Capitol, Perth May 19 - The Backroom, Brisbane May 25 - 170 Russell, Melbourne May 26 - Max Watts, Sydney ADLER'S APPETITE FEATURING CONSTANTINE MAROULIS will make its live debut on May 10 at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California. "Of course, GUNS N' ROSES was the soundtrack to my youth," Maroulis told Billboard. "To play with Steven has been the highlight of my career. He's a lovely guy, and his playing on 'Appetite [For Destruction]' was second to none, and that sound he made on it defined that whole generation's sound." Adler stated about the singer: "Let me just fucking tell you something... this guy Constantine, who I call 'Casanova'... he came up to New York and I'm, like, 'Oh my God, I got this great rock and roll singer!' I'm finally working with a real superstar again. I call him 'Casanova' because he's so goddamn sexy. Because he dresses so nice. I wish I was his size so I could double my wardrobe! ... He flew up to New York and within five minutes, I wanted to kick his fuckin' ass! And within 10 minutes, I fell in love with him!" Adler added: "GUNS N' ROSES are the biggest rock band in the fuckin' world now, and since the guys don't want me to play with them and I love these songs and I'm so proud of them ... now I finally have a singer who can compete with the young Axl Rose. Axl is Axl and Casanova is fuckin' Casanova.... That's all I want. Also, his name isn't 'asshole' it's Axl. It sounds like you're saying 'asshole,' but it's Axl." [post_excerpt] => Following the announcement last month of his Australian tour, ex-GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler has unveiled the members of the the newly formed ADLER'S APPETITE FEATURING CONSTANTINE MAROULIS band that will be playing alongside him to celebrate the 30th anniversary of GNR's classic debut album by performing "Appetite For Destruction" in its entirety. They are: Constantine Maroulis (Vocals) Carl Restivo (Rhythm Guitar) Sean McNabb (Bass) Michael Thomas (Lead Guitar) Constantine is a Greek-American actor and rock singer from Wyckoff, New Jersey. He was the sixth-place finalist on the fourth season of "American Idol" and received a nomination for the Tony Award for "Best Performance By A Leading Actor In A Musical" for his role in "Rock Of Ages". He starred in the title role in "Jekyll And Hyde" on Broadway, for which he received a Drama League Award nomination for a "Distinguished Performance Award." Restivo is an American multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, record producer, and audio engineer. Restivo has contributed as a lead guitarist and vocalist with Wyclef Jean and the ED PALERMO BIG BAND, as a bassist and background vocalist with EXTREME. He has performed lead vocals and/or guitar or bass with AFI, Ben Harper, Billy Idol, CYPRESS HILL, Dave Navarro, Deborah Harry, Flea, Iggy Pop, Jackson Browne, Jason Bonham, Jason Derulo, Jerry Cantrell, Joe Satriani, Sammy Hagar, Slash, Steve Vai, Taio Cruz, Travis Barker, Trent Reznor, and many more. McNabb is an American actor, bassist and singer. At age 21, he became the bass player of the 1980s metal band QUIET RIOT, replacing Chuck Wright. McNabb joined DOKKEN as their bassist in 2009 and was a mainstay with the band until 2014. He has also toured and recorded with HOUSE OF LORDS, GREAT WHITE, LYNCH MOB, MONTROSE, QUEENSRŸCHE, Jack Wagner, Don Felder, Edgar Winter, Maya, BAD MOON RISING, ROUGH CUTT, BURNING RAIN and XYZ. Thomas began at the age of 12 when he picked up his first guitar and his shining career was born. This ferocious shredder has played with such bands as FASTER PUSSYCAT, BANG TANGO, his own band FASTBACK and BEAUTIFUL CREATURES. But there is so much more to this sensational artist. Each stop on Adler's Australian tour will feature a question-and-answer session with Steven and his mother, Deanna Adler, steadfast supporter and author of "Sweet Child Of Mine: How I Lost My Son To Guns N' Roses". During the last quarter century, Deanna Adler kept her diaries, journals, and personal letters, as well as a dozen scrapbooks and hundreds of photographs, putting them aside for safekeeping. This is your opportunity to experience the rare personal and emotive journey about raising her son, and the efforts of keeping him alive and herself sane. Tour dates: May 16 - Discovery, Darwin May 17 - The Gov, Adelaide May 18 - Capitol, Perth May 19 - The Backroom, Brisbane May 25 - 170 Russell, Melbourne May 26 - Max Watts, Sydney ADLER'S APPETITE FEATURING CONSTANTINE MAROULIS will make its live debut on May 10 at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California. "Of course, GUNS N' ROSES was the soundtrack to my youth," Maroulis told Billboard. "To play with Steven has been the highlight of my career. He's a lovely guy, and his playing on 'Appetite [For Destruction]' was second to none, and that sound he made on it defined that whole generation's sound." Adler stated about the singer: "Let me just fucking tell you something... this guy Constantine, who I call 'Casanova'... he came up to New York and I'm, like, 'Oh my God, I got this great rock and roll singer!' I'm finally working with a real superstar again. I call him 'Casanova' because he's so goddamn sexy. Because he dresses so nice. I wish I was his size so I could double my wardrobe! ... He flew up to New York and within five minutes, I wanted to kick his fuckin' ass! And within 10 minutes, I fell in love with him!" Adler added: "GUNS N' ROSES are the biggest rock band in the fuckin' world now, and since the guys don't want me to play with them and I love these songs and I'm so proud of them ... now I finally have a singer who can compete with the young Axl Rose. Axl is Axl and Casanova is fuckin' Casanova.... That's all I want. Also, his name isn't 'asshole' it's Axl. It sounds like you're saying 'asshole,' but it's Axl." 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