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STEVE RILEY Says His Years In W.A.S.P. Were ‘Something Really Special’

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Prior to joining L.A. GUNS in 1987, Steve Riley spent nearly four years drumming for W.A.S.P. The Massachusetts-born former member of STEPPENWOLF, THE B'ZZ and ROADMASTER joined the group in 1984, replacing original drummer Tony Richards. Although he did not play on thW.A.S.P.'s self-titled full-length debut, he performed on its subsequent tour, as well as on the group's next two studio albums, 1985's "The Last Command" (the final W.A.S.P. album to feature guitarist Randy Piper, and a record for which he co-wrote the song "Jack Action") and 1986's "Inside The Electric Circus". He also appears on the group's 1987 concert album, "Live... In The Raw". During a recent interview with BLABBERMOUTH.NET, Riley was asked if he put out any feelers to the W.A.S.P. camp in 2016 when it became clear that his time with L.A. GUNS was coming to an end. "In 2016, when Phil [Lewis] had told me he was going to do the dates with Tracii [Guns], I got a call from Randy Piper," Riley said. "We'd stayed friends over the years — I'm actually friends with all of them — and this is how the story mushroomed into me doing this W.A.S.P. reunion. Randy called me and said, 'Would you be interested if Blackie [Lawless] and Chris [Holmes] jumped on board and we did a 30th-anniversary bunch of shows?' I said, 'Of course I would. No doubt, I would love to do that.' I said, 'You just tell me what happens when you talk to Blackie and Chris.' Nothing came about [from] it. I think Blackie's off the road. I don't think he likes to tour in the U.S. at all, and I think he's changed his whole ways too — I think he found religion, I'm not quite sure. He's not touring here, and that never came about. It was just something that I mentioned in an interview that I got a call from Randy and if something like that was to come about, I would love to do it, but that was about the extent of it." Later, Riley reflected further on his years with the legendary shock-rockers. "Obviously, people associate me with L.A. GUNS first, and I can see why because I've been in the band for so long, and on all the albums too — most of the albums, I'm on them. So they associate me with L.A. GUNS, but the W.A.S.P. years were something really special. That band is a special band. That's why I jumped at the idea when Randy asked me — 'Would you do a show?' I said, 'Of course I would,' because I was very disappointed that that band got broken up by Blackie. It was a long story, but everybody got fired. That band there, I think I had the most fun with. I knew we were really, really good on stage and that we had this killer show too. I felt like we hit on every cylinder. That was a fun time." W.A.S.P.'s music video for the classic song "Wild Child" — which features Riley on drums — can be seen below. Soon after parting ways with W.A.S.P., Riley joined L.A. GUNS, a band he subsequently recorded and toured with for most of the next three decades. The current incarnation of L.A. GUNS features drummer Shane Fitzgibbon, who toured with Tracii in various groups during the months leading up to his reunion with Lewis. Riley kept a low profile for much of 2017 and 2018, but that changed last month when he announced plans to perform at the M3 Rock Festival, one of the largest annual '80s rock-themed events in the world. There, he will perform under the L.A. GUNS moniker — a name he co-owns with Tracii — alongside classic-era L.A. GUNS bassist Kelly Nickels, longtime L.A. GUNS member Scott Griffin and an as-yet-unnamed singer. Riley says that he has no intentions of starting a second incarnation of L.A. GUNS to compete with the version featuring Guns and Lewis, but that he is open to performing at other festivals with Nickels in the future. Photo credit: Cole Riley

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[post_excerpt] => Swedish melodic death metal pioneers AT THE GATES have commenced the songwriting process for their next studio album. The upcoming disc will be the follow-up to "To Drink From The Night Itself", which came out last May via Century Media. Asked by Metal Wani about AT THE GATES' plans for the coming months, guitarist Martin Larsson said (hear audio below): "We've already begun dabbling in writing. It's gonna take some time, but we've started at least. And there are more shows coming. So it's looking to be pretty much filled up, the whole rest of the year." AT THE GATES will support AMON AMARTH on a North American tour this fall. The trek will also feature ARCH ENEMY and GRAND MAGUS. "To Drink From The Night Itself" was produced with Russ Russell (NAPALM DEATH, THE HAUNTED, DIMMU BORGIR) at Parlour Studios in the U.K. The follow-up 2014's "At War With Reality" features conceptual artwork created by Chioreanu, who previously worked with AT THE GATES on the band's last disc. "To Drink From The Night Itself" was the first AT THE GATES album written and recorded without lead guitarist/primary songwriter Anders Björler, who departed in 2017. He has since been replaced by Jonas Stålhammar. AT THE GATES 2019 is: Adrian Erlandsson - Drums Jonas Björler - Bass Tomas Lindberg - Vocals Jonas Stålhammar - Guitar Martin Larsson - Guitar
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[post_excerpt] => Swedish melodic death metal pioneers AT THE GATES have commenced the songwriting process for their next studio album. The upcoming disc will be the follow-up to "To Drink From The Night Itself", which came out last May via Century Media. Asked by Metal Wani about AT THE GATES' plans for the coming months, guitarist Martin Larsson said (hear audio below): "We've already begun dabbling in writing. It's gonna take some time, but we've started at least. And there are more shows coming. So it's looking to be pretty much filled up, the whole rest of the year." AT THE GATES will support AMON AMARTH on a North American tour this fall. The trek will also feature ARCH ENEMY and GRAND MAGUS. "To Drink From The Night Itself" was produced with Russ Russell (NAPALM DEATH, THE HAUNTED, DIMMU BORGIR) at Parlour Studios in the U.K. The follow-up 2014's "At War With Reality" features conceptual artwork created by Chioreanu, who previously worked with AT THE GATES on the band's last disc. "To Drink From The Night Itself" was the first AT THE GATES album written and recorded without lead guitarist/primary songwriter Anders Björler, who departed in 2017. He has since been replaced by Jonas Stålhammar. AT THE GATES 2019 is: Adrian Erlandsson - Drums Jonas Björler - Bass Tomas Lindberg - Vocals Jonas Stålhammar - Guitar Martin Larsson - Guitar
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Array ( [post_title] => There Are Now Officially Two Different Versions Of CRO-MAGS [post_content] => CRO-MAGS members John Joseph and Mackie Jayson have reached an agreement with their former bandmate Harley Flanagan over the rights to the group's name. Going forward, Joseph and Jayson will perform as CRO-MAGS JM while Flanagan will get to use the CRO-MAGS name for his own version of the band. The news of the settlement was broken earlier today (Monday, April 22) on the Facebook page controlled by Joseph and Jayson. They wrote: "As all of our loyal fans and supporters know, John Joseph, Mackie Jayson, A.J. Novello and Craig Setari have been performing as the 'CRO-MAGS' for many years. Due to recent litigation involving Harley Flanagan, John Joseph and Mackie Jayson, we have all agreed that for the benefit of our fans and supporters we want to make sure that everyone knows who it is they are coming out to see. Therefore we have reached a settlement designed to avoid any further confusion. The lead singer and drummer on 'Age Of Quarrel', John & Mackie, along with A.J. and Craig, going forward will perform under the name CRO-MAGS 'JM' which we have a legal right to use. The 'JM' stands for John/Mackie. Of course, we need some time to make this change. There will be a three-month transition where our shows may still be advertised as CRO-MAGS and Harley will also be performing as CRO-MAGS. During this transition period, to confirm which band you want to see, please check on our websites or social media pages. As of August 1, 2019, all shows under the CRO-MAGS 'JM' name will feature us, and all shows under the CRO-MAGS name (on its own) will feature Harley. "Thanks for your patience as we wrap this up. Now that this is all said and done, we will be working on a new studio album, while continuing to deliver the live performances our fans have come to know and love over the years. A win/win situation. "See you out there on the road." A video message from Flanagan regarding the settlement can be seen below. A year ago, Flanagan, who founded the CRO-MAGS at the age of 14 and toured with the band for some 20 years, sued members of the group for allegedly using the CRO-MAGS name without his permission. Claiming that CRO-MAGS was his idea when he formed it back in 1981, Flanagan filed a lawsuit against the current lineup of the group — including Joseph — in part for copyright infringement, saying he trademarked the "Cro-Mag" name for recording in 2010 and for merchandise in 2009 and then again in 2017. According to the New York Post, Harley claimed in the lawsuit that the other members of the CRO-MAGS took over the band around 2002 when "Flanagan's first son was about to be born… and Flanagan had to stop touring to help with the baby." In July 2012, Flanagan was arrested in New York City on charges of attacking several members of the CRO-MAGS during the CBGB Festival. Flanagan, who had been a panelist at one of the event's seminars, allegedly attempted to attend the concert of his former band. At the time, Joseph told the New York Post he and Flanagan started the band together in the early '80s, but Flanagan continually took all the credit for himself. Joseph claimed the situation got so bad, Flanagan pocketed every cent from their 1986 tour. "That caused me to lose my apartment and be homeless in 1987," John said. "I lived hand to mouth." In a separate interview with The New York Times, Joseph said that Flanagan "has been a negative thorn in the side of this band forever." Less than three years ago, Harley told Straight & Alert that he "would love to make peace with all" of his former bandmates in the CRO-MAGS. "But I don't think they are ready or able yet," he said. "But I would do it. I have put it out there and I want that to be known. But in all honesty, I really care less and less about it every day. I would do a show, to make the fans happy. I'd record a album, 'cause I think we could do a great one and I think it's a shame that we only ever recorded the one record, 'The Age Of Quarrel', as a group. I would be happy to share the stage with them one last time. But, honestly, none of them are people I really want in my life at this point. I am in a great place in my life and I don't really want to bring any negativity or any of those guys back into my life. A show would be great, and for the fans I would do it. A record would be great. I write songs every day; that's never a problem. And I would even love to play with them, all of them again, even if it was just in a rehearsal studio together in front of no one just to do it. But it's all good. I'm not holding my breath."

[post_excerpt] => CRO-MAGS members John Joseph and Mackie Jayson have reached an agreement with their former bandmate Harley Flanagan over the rights to the group's name. Going forward, Joseph and Jayson will perform as CRO-MAGS JM while Flanagan will get to use the CRO-MAGS name for his own version of the band. The news of the settlement was broken earlier today (Monday, April 22) on the Facebook page controlled by Joseph and Jayson. They wrote: "As all of our loyal fans and supporters know, John Joseph, Mackie Jayson, A.J. Novello and Craig Setari have been performing as the 'CRO-MAGS' for many years. Due to recent litigation involving Harley Flanagan, John Joseph and Mackie Jayson, we have all agreed that for the benefit of our fans and supporters we want to make sure that everyone knows who it is they are coming out to see. Therefore we have reached a settlement designed to avoid any further confusion. The lead singer and drummer on 'Age Of Quarrel', John & Mackie, along with A.J. and Craig, going forward will perform under the name CRO-MAGS 'JM' which we have a legal right to use. The 'JM' stands for John/Mackie. Of course, we need some time to make this change. There will be a three-month transition where our shows may still be advertised as CRO-MAGS and Harley will also be performing as CRO-MAGS. During this transition period, to confirm which band you want to see, please check on our websites or social media pages. As of August 1, 2019, all shows under the CRO-MAGS 'JM' name will feature us, and all shows under the CRO-MAGS name (on its own) will feature Harley. "Thanks for your patience as we wrap this up. Now that this is all said and done, we will be working on a new studio album, while continuing to deliver the live performances our fans have come to know and love over the years. A win/win situation. "See you out there on the road." A video message from Flanagan regarding the settlement can be seen below. A year ago, Flanagan, who founded the CRO-MAGS at the age of 14 and toured with the band for some 20 years, sued members of the group for allegedly using the CRO-MAGS name without his permission. Claiming that CRO-MAGS was his idea when he formed it back in 1981, Flanagan filed a lawsuit against the current lineup of the group — including Joseph — in part for copyright infringement, saying he trademarked the "Cro-Mag" name for recording in 2010 and for merchandise in 2009 and then again in 2017. According to the New York Post, Harley claimed in the lawsuit that the other members of the CRO-MAGS took over the band around 2002 when "Flanagan's first son was about to be born… and Flanagan had to stop touring to help with the baby." In July 2012, Flanagan was arrested in New York City on charges of attacking several members of the CRO-MAGS during the CBGB Festival. Flanagan, who had been a panelist at one of the event's seminars, allegedly attempted to attend the concert of his former band. At the time, Joseph told the New York Post he and Flanagan started the band together in the early '80s, but Flanagan continually took all the credit for himself. Joseph claimed the situation got so bad, Flanagan pocketed every cent from their 1986 tour. "That caused me to lose my apartment and be homeless in 1987," John said. "I lived hand to mouth." In a separate interview with The New York Times, Joseph said that Flanagan "has been a negative thorn in the side of this band forever." Less than three years ago, Harley told Straight & Alert that he "would love to make peace with all" of his former bandmates in the CRO-MAGS. "But I don't think they are ready or able yet," he said. "But I would do it. I have put it out there and I want that to be known. But in all honesty, I really care less and less about it every day. I would do a show, to make the fans happy. I'd record a album, 'cause I think we could do a great one and I think it's a shame that we only ever recorded the one record, 'The Age Of Quarrel', as a group. I would be happy to share the stage with them one last time. But, honestly, none of them are people I really want in my life at this point. I am in a great place in my life and I don't really want to bring any negativity or any of those guys back into my life. A show would be great, and for the fans I would do it. A record would be great. I write songs every day; that's never a problem. And I would even love to play with them, all of them again, even if it was just in a rehearsal studio together in front of no one just to do it. But it's all good. I'm not holding my breath."
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Array ( [post_title] => There Are Now Officially Two Different Versions Of CRO-MAGS [post_content] => CRO-MAGS members John Joseph and Mackie Jayson have reached an agreement with their former bandmate Harley Flanagan over the rights to the group's name. Going forward, Joseph and Jayson will perform as CRO-MAGS JM while Flanagan will get to use the CRO-MAGS name for his own version of the band. The news of the settlement was broken earlier today (Monday, April 22) on the Facebook page controlled by Joseph and Jayson. They wrote: "As all of our loyal fans and supporters know, John Joseph, Mackie Jayson, A.J. Novello and Craig Setari have been performing as the 'CRO-MAGS' for many years. Due to recent litigation involving Harley Flanagan, John Joseph and Mackie Jayson, we have all agreed that for the benefit of our fans and supporters we want to make sure that everyone knows who it is they are coming out to see. Therefore we have reached a settlement designed to avoid any further confusion. The lead singer and drummer on 'Age Of Quarrel', John & Mackie, along with A.J. and Craig, going forward will perform under the name CRO-MAGS 'JM' which we have a legal right to use. The 'JM' stands for John/Mackie. Of course, we need some time to make this change. There will be a three-month transition where our shows may still be advertised as CRO-MAGS and Harley will also be performing as CRO-MAGS. During this transition period, to confirm which band you want to see, please check on our websites or social media pages. As of August 1, 2019, all shows under the CRO-MAGS 'JM' name will feature us, and all shows under the CRO-MAGS name (on its own) will feature Harley. "Thanks for your patience as we wrap this up. Now that this is all said and done, we will be working on a new studio album, while continuing to deliver the live performances our fans have come to know and love over the years. A win/win situation. "See you out there on the road." A video message from Flanagan regarding the settlement can be seen below. A year ago, Flanagan, who founded the CRO-MAGS at the age of 14 and toured with the band for some 20 years, sued members of the group for allegedly using the CRO-MAGS name without his permission. Claiming that CRO-MAGS was his idea when he formed it back in 1981, Flanagan filed a lawsuit against the current lineup of the group — including Joseph — in part for copyright infringement, saying he trademarked the "Cro-Mag" name for recording in 2010 and for merchandise in 2009 and then again in 2017. According to the New York Post, Harley claimed in the lawsuit that the other members of the CRO-MAGS took over the band around 2002 when "Flanagan's first son was about to be born… and Flanagan had to stop touring to help with the baby." In July 2012, Flanagan was arrested in New York City on charges of attacking several members of the CRO-MAGS during the CBGB Festival. Flanagan, who had been a panelist at one of the event's seminars, allegedly attempted to attend the concert of his former band. At the time, Joseph told the New York Post he and Flanagan started the band together in the early '80s, but Flanagan continually took all the credit for himself. Joseph claimed the situation got so bad, Flanagan pocketed every cent from their 1986 tour. "That caused me to lose my apartment and be homeless in 1987," John said. "I lived hand to mouth." In a separate interview with The New York Times, Joseph said that Flanagan "has been a negative thorn in the side of this band forever." Less than three years ago, Harley told Straight & Alert that he "would love to make peace with all" of his former bandmates in the CRO-MAGS. "But I don't think they are ready or able yet," he said. "But I would do it. I have put it out there and I want that to be known. But in all honesty, I really care less and less about it every day. I would do a show, to make the fans happy. I'd record a album, 'cause I think we could do a great one and I think it's a shame that we only ever recorded the one record, 'The Age Of Quarrel', as a group. I would be happy to share the stage with them one last time. But, honestly, none of them are people I really want in my life at this point. I am in a great place in my life and I don't really want to bring any negativity or any of those guys back into my life. A show would be great, and for the fans I would do it. A record would be great. I write songs every day; that's never a problem. And I would even love to play with them, all of them again, even if it was just in a rehearsal studio together in front of no one just to do it. But it's all good. I'm not holding my breath."

[post_excerpt] => CRO-MAGS members John Joseph and Mackie Jayson have reached an agreement with their former bandmate Harley Flanagan over the rights to the group's name. Going forward, Joseph and Jayson will perform as CRO-MAGS JM while Flanagan will get to use the CRO-MAGS name for his own version of the band. The news of the settlement was broken earlier today (Monday, April 22) on the Facebook page controlled by Joseph and Jayson. They wrote: "As all of our loyal fans and supporters know, John Joseph, Mackie Jayson, A.J. Novello and Craig Setari have been performing as the 'CRO-MAGS' for many years. Due to recent litigation involving Harley Flanagan, John Joseph and Mackie Jayson, we have all agreed that for the benefit of our fans and supporters we want to make sure that everyone knows who it is they are coming out to see. Therefore we have reached a settlement designed to avoid any further confusion. The lead singer and drummer on 'Age Of Quarrel', John & Mackie, along with A.J. and Craig, going forward will perform under the name CRO-MAGS 'JM' which we have a legal right to use. The 'JM' stands for John/Mackie. Of course, we need some time to make this change. There will be a three-month transition where our shows may still be advertised as CRO-MAGS and Harley will also be performing as CRO-MAGS. During this transition period, to confirm which band you want to see, please check on our websites or social media pages. As of August 1, 2019, all shows under the CRO-MAGS 'JM' name will feature us, and all shows under the CRO-MAGS name (on its own) will feature Harley. "Thanks for your patience as we wrap this up. Now that this is all said and done, we will be working on a new studio album, while continuing to deliver the live performances our fans have come to know and love over the years. A win/win situation. "See you out there on the road." A video message from Flanagan regarding the settlement can be seen below. A year ago, Flanagan, who founded the CRO-MAGS at the age of 14 and toured with the band for some 20 years, sued members of the group for allegedly using the CRO-MAGS name without his permission. Claiming that CRO-MAGS was his idea when he formed it back in 1981, Flanagan filed a lawsuit against the current lineup of the group — including Joseph — in part for copyright infringement, saying he trademarked the "Cro-Mag" name for recording in 2010 and for merchandise in 2009 and then again in 2017. According to the New York Post, Harley claimed in the lawsuit that the other members of the CRO-MAGS took over the band around 2002 when "Flanagan's first son was about to be born… and Flanagan had to stop touring to help with the baby." In July 2012, Flanagan was arrested in New York City on charges of attacking several members of the CRO-MAGS during the CBGB Festival. Flanagan, who had been a panelist at one of the event's seminars, allegedly attempted to attend the concert of his former band. At the time, Joseph told the New York Post he and Flanagan started the band together in the early '80s, but Flanagan continually took all the credit for himself. Joseph claimed the situation got so bad, Flanagan pocketed every cent from their 1986 tour. "That caused me to lose my apartment and be homeless in 1987," John said. "I lived hand to mouth." In a separate interview with The New York Times, Joseph said that Flanagan "has been a negative thorn in the side of this band forever." Less than three years ago, Harley told Straight & Alert that he "would love to make peace with all" of his former bandmates in the CRO-MAGS. "But I don't think they are ready or able yet," he said. "But I would do it. I have put it out there and I want that to be known. But in all honesty, I really care less and less about it every day. I would do a show, to make the fans happy. I'd record a album, 'cause I think we could do a great one and I think it's a shame that we only ever recorded the one record, 'The Age Of Quarrel', as a group. I would be happy to share the stage with them one last time. But, honestly, none of them are people I really want in my life at this point. I am in a great place in my life and I don't really want to bring any negativity or any of those guys back into my life. A show would be great, and for the fans I would do it. A record would be great. I write songs every day; that's never a problem. And I would even love to play with them, all of them again, even if it was just in a rehearsal studio together in front of no one just to do it. But it's all good. I'm not holding my breath."
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SANCTUARY To Perform Entire 'Refuge Denied' Album On U.S. Tour

Array ( [post_title] => SANCTUARY To Perform Entire 'Refuge Denied' Album On U.S. Tour [post_content] => SANCTUARY will perform its 1988 debut album, "Refuge Denied", in its entirety on the band's upcoming North American tour. The trek will kick off on July 11 in Atlanta and conclude on August 17 in Seattle. Support on the tour will come from GHOST SHIP OCTAVIUS, the band featuring former NEVERMORE drummer Van Williams. A year ago, SANCTUARY completed a North American tour as a tribute to the musical legacy of singer Warrel Dane, who passed away in December 2017. Guest vocals for SANCTUARY on the trek were provided by Joseph Michael (WITHERFALL). Also joining the band on the road was second guitarist Joey Concepcion (ARMAGEDDON, THE ABSENCE). Both Michael and Concepcion will return for this summer's tour. SANCTUARY guitarist Lenny Rutledge told Metal Wani about the band's new lineup: "Joseph, in my opinion, has been nailing it every night, which for me, was kind of a concern, and for him as well, I'm sure. I had a really great time, and I feel like we're really kind of getting into our groove. We're coming into our stride… We wanted to make it feel right. If we couldn't, we weren't going to go any further. Once I started working with Joseph, I felt confident that we could do it justice, and I think he did as well. I think we are doing it justice. You never really know until you're out there, and from the crowd reaction and what people to say to us when we're done, they really feel like it's a good representation and we've done Warrel respect. I think we did it right. I think a lot of people agree." Lenny went on to say that Joseph has "breathed new life into" SANCTUARY. "We've been able to play some songs that we don't normally play with Warrel," he said. "In Warrel's later years, he had some things going on with his voice and his health. Although he was still an amazing vocalist and writer and everything, there was just some things that we shied away from doing, and now that Joseph's in the band, he has kind of a different range that's available to him, so we've been trying some other stuff. It's kind of breathed a new energy into the band, so that's been really cool for us. We're moving forward." Dane tragically passed away on December 13, 2017 due to a heart attack while recording his second solo album in São Paulo, Brazil. Formed in 1985, SANCTUARY was signed to Epic Records with the help of MEGADETH guitarist Dave Mustaine and released two records, "Refuge Denied" and "Into The Mirror Black" (1989), which saw them perform with the likes of MEGADETH, FATES WARNING, WARLOCK and DEATH ANGEL. The group disbanded in 1992 as members Dane and bassist Jim Sheppard went on to form the highly successful metal act NEVERMORE with acclaimed guitarist Jeff Loomis. SANCTUARY reunited nearly 25 years later in 2010 and appeared at several festivals worldwide before returning to the studio to record their acclaimed full-length comeback album, "The Year The Sun Died", for Century Media Records in 2014. Photo courtesy of SANCTUARY's Facebook

[post_excerpt] => SANCTUARY will perform its 1988 debut album, "Refuge Denied", in its entirety on the band's upcoming North American tour. The trek will kick off on July 11 in Atlanta and conclude on August 17 in Seattle. Support on the tour will come from GHOST SHIP OCTAVIUS, the band featuring former NEVERMORE drummer Van Williams. A year ago, SANCTUARY completed a North American tour as a tribute to the musical legacy of singer Warrel Dane, who passed away in December 2017. Guest vocals for SANCTUARY on the trek were provided by Joseph Michael (WITHERFALL). Also joining the band on the road was second guitarist Joey Concepcion (ARMAGEDDON, THE ABSENCE). Both Michael and Concepcion will return for this summer's tour. SANCTUARY guitarist Lenny Rutledge told Metal Wani about the band's new lineup: "Joseph, in my opinion, has been nailing it every night, which for me, was kind of a concern, and for him as well, I'm sure. I had a really great time, and I feel like we're really kind of getting into our groove. We're coming into our stride… We wanted to make it feel right. If we couldn't, we weren't going to go any further. Once I started working with Joseph, I felt confident that we could do it justice, and I think he did as well. I think we are doing it justice. You never really know until you're out there, and from the crowd reaction and what people to say to us when we're done, they really feel like it's a good representation and we've done Warrel respect. I think we did it right. I think a lot of people agree." Lenny went on to say that Joseph has "breathed new life into" SANCTUARY. "We've been able to play some songs that we don't normally play with Warrel," he said. "In Warrel's later years, he had some things going on with his voice and his health. Although he was still an amazing vocalist and writer and everything, there was just some things that we shied away from doing, and now that Joseph's in the band, he has kind of a different range that's available to him, so we've been trying some other stuff. It's kind of breathed a new energy into the band, so that's been really cool for us. We're moving forward." Dane tragically passed away on December 13, 2017 due to a heart attack while recording his second solo album in São Paulo, Brazil. Formed in 1985, SANCTUARY was signed to Epic Records with the help of MEGADETH guitarist Dave Mustaine and released two records, "Refuge Denied" and "Into The Mirror Black" (1989), which saw them perform with the likes of MEGADETH, FATES WARNING, WARLOCK and DEATH ANGEL. The group disbanded in 1992 as members Dane and bassist Jim Sheppard went on to form the highly successful metal act NEVERMORE with acclaimed guitarist Jeff Loomis. SANCTUARY reunited nearly 25 years later in 2010 and appeared at several festivals worldwide before returning to the studio to record their acclaimed full-length comeback album, "The Year The Sun Died", for Century Media Records in 2014. Photo courtesy of SANCTUARY's Facebook
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Array ( [post_title] => SANCTUARY To Perform Entire 'Refuge Denied' Album On U.S. Tour [post_content] => SANCTUARY will perform its 1988 debut album, "Refuge Denied", in its entirety on the band's upcoming North American tour. The trek will kick off on July 11 in Atlanta and conclude on August 17 in Seattle. Support on the tour will come from GHOST SHIP OCTAVIUS, the band featuring former NEVERMORE drummer Van Williams. A year ago, SANCTUARY completed a North American tour as a tribute to the musical legacy of singer Warrel Dane, who passed away in December 2017. Guest vocals for SANCTUARY on the trek were provided by Joseph Michael (WITHERFALL). Also joining the band on the road was second guitarist Joey Concepcion (ARMAGEDDON, THE ABSENCE). Both Michael and Concepcion will return for this summer's tour. SANCTUARY guitarist Lenny Rutledge told Metal Wani about the band's new lineup: "Joseph, in my opinion, has been nailing it every night, which for me, was kind of a concern, and for him as well, I'm sure. I had a really great time, and I feel like we're really kind of getting into our groove. We're coming into our stride… We wanted to make it feel right. If we couldn't, we weren't going to go any further. Once I started working with Joseph, I felt confident that we could do it justice, and I think he did as well. I think we are doing it justice. You never really know until you're out there, and from the crowd reaction and what people to say to us when we're done, they really feel like it's a good representation and we've done Warrel respect. I think we did it right. I think a lot of people agree." Lenny went on to say that Joseph has "breathed new life into" SANCTUARY. "We've been able to play some songs that we don't normally play with Warrel," he said. "In Warrel's later years, he had some things going on with his voice and his health. Although he was still an amazing vocalist and writer and everything, there was just some things that we shied away from doing, and now that Joseph's in the band, he has kind of a different range that's available to him, so we've been trying some other stuff. It's kind of breathed a new energy into the band, so that's been really cool for us. We're moving forward." Dane tragically passed away on December 13, 2017 due to a heart attack while recording his second solo album in São Paulo, Brazil. Formed in 1985, SANCTUARY was signed to Epic Records with the help of MEGADETH guitarist Dave Mustaine and released two records, "Refuge Denied" and "Into The Mirror Black" (1989), which saw them perform with the likes of MEGADETH, FATES WARNING, WARLOCK and DEATH ANGEL. The group disbanded in 1992 as members Dane and bassist Jim Sheppard went on to form the highly successful metal act NEVERMORE with acclaimed guitarist Jeff Loomis. SANCTUARY reunited nearly 25 years later in 2010 and appeared at several festivals worldwide before returning to the studio to record their acclaimed full-length comeback album, "The Year The Sun Died", for Century Media Records in 2014. Photo courtesy of SANCTUARY's Facebook

[post_excerpt] => SANCTUARY will perform its 1988 debut album, "Refuge Denied", in its entirety on the band's upcoming North American tour. The trek will kick off on July 11 in Atlanta and conclude on August 17 in Seattle. Support on the tour will come from GHOST SHIP OCTAVIUS, the band featuring former NEVERMORE drummer Van Williams. A year ago, SANCTUARY completed a North American tour as a tribute to the musical legacy of singer Warrel Dane, who passed away in December 2017. Guest vocals for SANCTUARY on the trek were provided by Joseph Michael (WITHERFALL). Also joining the band on the road was second guitarist Joey Concepcion (ARMAGEDDON, THE ABSENCE). Both Michael and Concepcion will return for this summer's tour. SANCTUARY guitarist Lenny Rutledge told Metal Wani about the band's new lineup: "Joseph, in my opinion, has been nailing it every night, which for me, was kind of a concern, and for him as well, I'm sure. I had a really great time, and I feel like we're really kind of getting into our groove. We're coming into our stride… We wanted to make it feel right. If we couldn't, we weren't going to go any further. Once I started working with Joseph, I felt confident that we could do it justice, and I think he did as well. I think we are doing it justice. You never really know until you're out there, and from the crowd reaction and what people to say to us when we're done, they really feel like it's a good representation and we've done Warrel respect. I think we did it right. I think a lot of people agree." Lenny went on to say that Joseph has "breathed new life into" SANCTUARY. "We've been able to play some songs that we don't normally play with Warrel," he said. "In Warrel's later years, he had some things going on with his voice and his health. Although he was still an amazing vocalist and writer and everything, there was just some things that we shied away from doing, and now that Joseph's in the band, he has kind of a different range that's available to him, so we've been trying some other stuff. It's kind of breathed a new energy into the band, so that's been really cool for us. We're moving forward." Dane tragically passed away on December 13, 2017 due to a heart attack while recording his second solo album in São Paulo, Brazil. Formed in 1985, SANCTUARY was signed to Epic Records with the help of MEGADETH guitarist Dave Mustaine and released two records, "Refuge Denied" and "Into The Mirror Black" (1989), which saw them perform with the likes of MEGADETH, FATES WARNING, WARLOCK and DEATH ANGEL. The group disbanded in 1992 as members Dane and bassist Jim Sheppard went on to form the highly successful metal act NEVERMORE with acclaimed guitarist Jeff Loomis. SANCTUARY reunited nearly 25 years later in 2010 and appeared at several festivals worldwide before returning to the studio to record their acclaimed full-length comeback album, "The Year The Sun Died", for Century Media Records in 2014. Photo courtesy of SANCTUARY's Facebook
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LAMB OF GOD Is 'Far Along Into The Writing Process' For Next Studio Album

Array ( [post_title] => LAMB OF GOD Is 'Far Along Into The Writing Process' For Next Studio Album [post_content] => LAMB OF GOD guitarist Mark Morton has confirmed to Metal Insider that he and his bandmates have been working on new material for their upcoming studio album. "We've got a bunch of new material we've been working on," he said in a new interview. "We're well into the writing process. We're not completed writing, but we're pretty far along into the writing process. We've been making demos and what we call pre-production for the new album. So I don't have a [release] date [for the album]. I don't know if it'll be the end of this year or sometime early next year, but it's in full swing. There's good progress." LAMB OF GOD will commemorate the 15th anniversary of its classic album "Ashes Of The Wake" by re-releasing the effort on double vinyl with four non-LP tracks, including the b-side "Another Nail For Your Coffin" and three previously unreleased demos. "Ashes Of The Wake - 15th Anniversary Edition" double vinyl will street on May 3. Each double vinyl will include a download card, and is manufactured on limited Green Smoke vinyl for the LAMB OF GOD store only. Additional retailers will carry standard black vinyl. A digital version will also be available on all DSPs. LAMB OF GOD is currently gearing up to support SLAYER on another North American portion of the latter band's final world tour, beginning May 2 at the Ak-Chin Amphitheatre in Phoenix, Arizona. The tour will culminate at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts on May 25. LAMB OF GOD is also scheduled to perform at Domination Mexico festival in Mexico City on May 4 and Sonic Temple festival, taking place at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio on May 18. The band will begin a run of European festivals and headline dates on June 13. [post_excerpt] => LAMB OF GOD guitarist Mark Morton has confirmed to Metal Insider that he and his bandmates have been working on new material for their upcoming studio album. "We've got a bunch of new material we've been working on," he said in a new interview. "We're ... [post_date_gmt] => 2019-04-22 16:21:46 [post_date] => 2019-04-22 12:21:46 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-04-22 16:21:46 [post_modified] => 2019-04-22 12:21:46 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://e21115606661f51a077539c10f5e6a1a [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/lamb-of-god-is-far-along-into-the-writing-process-for-next-studio-album/ [syndication_item_hash] => cf2b4d571b312416d9abdb1ca66ae2cc ) [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] => LAMB OF GOD Is 'Far Along Into The Writing Process' For Next Studio Album [post_content] => LAMB OF GOD guitarist Mark Morton has confirmed to Metal Insider that he and his bandmates have been working on new material for their upcoming studio album. "We've got a bunch of new material we've been working on," he said in a new interview. "We're well into the writing process. We're not completed writing, but we're pretty far along into the writing process. We've been making demos and what we call pre-production for the new album. So I don't have a [release] date [for the album]. I don't know if it'll be the end of this year or sometime early next year, but it's in full swing. There's good progress." LAMB OF GOD will commemorate the 15th anniversary of its classic album "Ashes Of The Wake" by re-releasing the effort on double vinyl with four non-LP tracks, including the b-side "Another Nail For Your Coffin" and three previously unreleased demos. "Ashes Of The Wake - 15th Anniversary Edition" double vinyl will street on May 3. Each double vinyl will include a download card, and is manufactured on limited Green Smoke vinyl for the LAMB OF GOD store only. Additional retailers will carry standard black vinyl. A digital version will also be available on all DSPs. LAMB OF GOD is currently gearing up to support SLAYER on another North American portion of the latter band's final world tour, beginning May 2 at the Ak-Chin Amphitheatre in Phoenix, Arizona. The tour will culminate at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts on May 25. LAMB OF GOD is also scheduled to perform at Domination Mexico festival in Mexico City on May 4 and Sonic Temple festival, taking place at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio on May 18. The band will begin a run of European festivals and headline dates on June 13. [post_excerpt] => LAMB OF GOD guitarist Mark Morton has confirmed to Metal Insider that he and his bandmates have been working on new material for their upcoming studio album. "We've got a bunch of new material we've been working on," he said in a new interview. "We're ... [post_date_gmt] => 2019-04-22 16:21:46 [post_date] => 2019-04-22 12:21:46 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-04-22 16:21:46 [post_modified] => 2019-04-22 12:21:46 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://e21115606661f51a077539c10f5e6a1a [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/lamb-of-god-is-far-along-into-the-writing-process-for-next-studio-album/ [syndication_item_hash] => cf2b4d571b312416d9abdb1ca66ae2cc [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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LAST IN LINE Bassist Slams 'Media' And 'Haters' For Not Giving Up After Release Of MUELLER Report

Array ( [post_title] => LAST IN LINE Bassist Slams 'Media' And 'Haters' For Not Giving Up After Release Of MUELLER Report [post_content] => LAST IN LINE bassist Phil Soussan has slammed the "media" and "haters" for not "giving up" less than a week after special counsel Robert Mueller released a report on his investigation into Russian election interference and possible obstruction of justice by President Donald Trump. Soussan tweeted: "Despite 14 anti Trump lawyers with nothing found, media and Haters have too much invested at this point to give up. Seen it in Vegas before; time to bet the house - Just roll one more time? #RussianRoulette" The 57-year-old British-born bassist, who frequently tweets in support of Trump's policies, also reacted to a post from the president which linked to an article from the far-right The Daily Caller web site — co-founded by Fox News host Tucker Carlson — headlined: "CNN Ratings Continue To Plummet To All-Year Low". "I love this!" Phil wrote. "@CNN has lost all credibility as a "News" network and now the reality is evident." Trump has repeatedly called the investigation a witch hunt and referred to Mueller's team as "angry Democrats" despite the special counsel being a longtime registered Republican who was appointed by Republican deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein. Mueller's report concluded President Donald Trump tried to seize control of the Russia probe but that there was insufficient evidence to charge him with obstruction of justice. Despite Mueller clearly stating that the report "does not exonerate" Trump, the president's supporters have celebrated the findings as absolving the billionaire real estate mogul from any wrongdoing. LAST IN LINE's sophomore album, "II", was released on February 22 via Frontiers Music Srl.

Despite 14 anti Trump lawyers with nothing found, media and Haters have too much invested at this point to give up. Seen it in Vegas before; time to bet the house - Just roll one more time? #RussianRoulette

— Phil Soussan (@philsoussan) April 22, 2019

I love this! @CNN has lost all credibility as a "News" network and now the reality is evident. https://t.co/uFFiJXTJKe

— Phil Soussan (@philsoussan) April 22, 2019
[post_excerpt] => LAST IN LINE bassist Phil Soussan has slammed the "media" and "haters" for not "giving up" less than a week after special counsel Robert Mueller released a report on his investigation into Russian election interference and possible obstruction of justice by President Donald Trump. Soussan tweeted: "Despite 14 anti Trump lawyers with nothing found, media and Haters have too much invested at this point to give up. Seen it in Vegas before; time to bet the house - Just roll one more time? #RussianRoulette" The 57-year-old British-born bassist, who frequently tweets in support of Trump's policies, also reacted to a post from the president which linked to an article from the far-right The Daily Caller web site — co-founded by Fox News host Tucker Carlson — headlined: "CNN Ratings Continue To Plummet To All-Year Low". "I love this!" Phil wrote. "@CNN has lost all credibility as a "News" network and now the reality is evident." Trump has repeatedly called the investigation a witch hunt and referred to Mueller's team as "angry Democrats" despite the special counsel being a longtime registered Republican who was appointed by Republican deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein. Mueller's report concluded President Donald Trump tried to seize control of the Russia probe but that there was insufficient evidence to charge him with obstruction of justice. Despite Mueller clearly stating that the report "does not exonerate" Trump, the president's supporters have celebrated the findings as absolving the billionaire real estate mogul from any wrongdoing. LAST IN LINE's sophomore album, "II", was released on February 22 via Frontiers Music Srl.

Despite 14 anti Trump lawyers with nothing found, media and Haters have too much invested at this point to give up. Seen it in Vegas before; time to bet the house - Just roll one more time? #RussianRoulette

— Phil Soussan (@philsoussan) April 22, 2019

I love this! @CNN has lost all credibility as a "News" network and now the reality is evident. https://t.co/uFFiJXTJKe

— Phil Soussan (@philsoussan) April 22, 2019
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Array ( [post_title] => LAST IN LINE Bassist Slams 'Media' And 'Haters' For Not Giving Up After Release Of MUELLER Report [post_content] => LAST IN LINE bassist Phil Soussan has slammed the "media" and "haters" for not "giving up" less than a week after special counsel Robert Mueller released a report on his investigation into Russian election interference and possible obstruction of justice by President Donald Trump. Soussan tweeted: "Despite 14 anti Trump lawyers with nothing found, media and Haters have too much invested at this point to give up. Seen it in Vegas before; time to bet the house - Just roll one more time? #RussianRoulette" The 57-year-old British-born bassist, who frequently tweets in support of Trump's policies, also reacted to a post from the president which linked to an article from the far-right The Daily Caller web site — co-founded by Fox News host Tucker Carlson — headlined: "CNN Ratings Continue To Plummet To All-Year Low". "I love this!" Phil wrote. "@CNN has lost all credibility as a "News" network and now the reality is evident." Trump has repeatedly called the investigation a witch hunt and referred to Mueller's team as "angry Democrats" despite the special counsel being a longtime registered Republican who was appointed by Republican deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein. Mueller's report concluded President Donald Trump tried to seize control of the Russia probe but that there was insufficient evidence to charge him with obstruction of justice. Despite Mueller clearly stating that the report "does not exonerate" Trump, the president's supporters have celebrated the findings as absolving the billionaire real estate mogul from any wrongdoing. LAST IN LINE's sophomore album, "II", was released on February 22 via Frontiers Music Srl.

Despite 14 anti Trump lawyers with nothing found, media and Haters have too much invested at this point to give up. Seen it in Vegas before; time to bet the house - Just roll one more time? #RussianRoulette

— Phil Soussan (@philsoussan) April 22, 2019

I love this! @CNN has lost all credibility as a "News" network and now the reality is evident. https://t.co/uFFiJXTJKe

— Phil Soussan (@philsoussan) April 22, 2019
[post_excerpt] => LAST IN LINE bassist Phil Soussan has slammed the "media" and "haters" for not "giving up" less than a week after special counsel Robert Mueller released a report on his investigation into Russian election interference and possible obstruction of justice by President Donald Trump. Soussan tweeted: "Despite 14 anti Trump lawyers with nothing found, media and Haters have too much invested at this point to give up. Seen it in Vegas before; time to bet the house - Just roll one more time? #RussianRoulette" The 57-year-old British-born bassist, who frequently tweets in support of Trump's policies, also reacted to a post from the president which linked to an article from the far-right The Daily Caller web site — co-founded by Fox News host Tucker Carlson — headlined: "CNN Ratings Continue To Plummet To All-Year Low". "I love this!" Phil wrote. "@CNN has lost all credibility as a "News" network and now the reality is evident." Trump has repeatedly called the investigation a witch hunt and referred to Mueller's team as "angry Democrats" despite the special counsel being a longtime registered Republican who was appointed by Republican deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein. Mueller's report concluded President Donald Trump tried to seize control of the Russia probe but that there was insufficient evidence to charge him with obstruction of justice. Despite Mueller clearly stating that the report "does not exonerate" Trump, the president's supporters have celebrated the findings as absolving the billionaire real estate mogul from any wrongdoing. LAST IN LINE's sophomore album, "II", was released on February 22 via Frontiers Music Srl.

Despite 14 anti Trump lawyers with nothing found, media and Haters have too much invested at this point to give up. Seen it in Vegas before; time to bet the house - Just roll one more time? #RussianRoulette

— Phil Soussan (@philsoussan) April 22, 2019

I love this! @CNN has lost all credibility as a "News" network and now the reality is evident. https://t.co/uFFiJXTJKe

— Phil Soussan (@philsoussan) April 22, 2019
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SABATON Releases Music Video For New Standalone Single 'Bismarck'

Array ( [post_title] => SABATON Releases Music Video For New Standalone Single 'Bismarck' [post_content] => Swedish metallers SABATON have released the official music video for a new song called "Bismarck". The clip, which was directed by Matthias Hoene and produced by Wargaming, can be seen below. SABATON said in a statement: "The most requested topic for a SABATON song ever! "The fate of the ship Bismarck is a fascinating story we wanted to write about for a long time, but could not fit into any album. So we decided to make it as a single release, and as a gift from us to you for being fantastic fans for the past 20 years. "Thanks to our friends at Wargaming and World Of Warships, we can also present it with a truly impressive video, well worthy of this song. The talented team at Wargaming could ensure the historical accuracy of the scenes thanks to the models from their award-winning game World Of Warships, and the director Matthias Hoene, who won a Golden Lion at Cannes, were able to bring the band and story together. "The song 'Bismarck' was written over a year ago and we recorded it last summer in Black Lounge studios with Jonas Kjellgren, who has also recorded and mixed our upcoming album, 'The Great War'. "Bismarck was a German battleship and one of the biggest ever built in Europe. Commissioned in August 1940 and sunk in May 1941 after an intense hunt in the North Atlantic. Though he now rests beneath the waves, players of World Of Warships can still take this iconic ship into virtual battles. "For now, the song is available at YouTube so you can enjoy this great video for free. At a later stage, it will also be available on your favourite digital platform. "You wanted us to write this song, we heard you, and here is our tribute!" "The Great War" will be released on July 19 via Nuclear Blast Records. The band's 20th-anniversary record will be a concept effort covering stories from the First World War. "The Great War" track listing: 01. The Future Of Warfare 02. Seven Pillars Of Wisdom 03. 82nd All The Way 04. The Attack Of The Dead Men 05. Devil Dogs 06. The Red Baron 07. Great War 08. A Ghost In The Trenches 09. Fields Of Verdun 10. The End Of The War To End All Wars 11. In Flanders Fields SABATON started recording "The Great War" exactly 100 years after the end of the First World War (November 11, 1918) and took three months of intensive work to complete the album with longtime producer and collaborator Jonas Kjellgren at Black Lounge studios. The disc was mastered by Maor Appelbaum and the artwork was once again created by Peter Sallaí. "This is not the first time we sing about stories from this period in time, but now we felt the timing was right to make a full concept album about this war," the band said. Side by side with the album, the Swedes have worked hard to make their 20th year anniversary a very exciting year, and also started the SABATON History Channel — a unique collaboration between the band and multimedia historians Indy Neidell and Timeghost, capturing the power of social media to tell stories about the wars, battles and heroes behind SABATON's songs. "This is the biggest album we have taken on so far. There is so much depth and story around the songs that we never had before," bassist Pär Sundström states. "Expect many surprises as we have tried new things and we also went back in time to a concept we know a lot of you love. 'The Great War' has been created side by side with the SABATON History Channel to make 2019 the most exciting year in our 20-year history.” SABATON's next disc will be the group's first with guitarist Tommy Johansson (GOLDEN RESURRECTION, REINXEED), who replaced Thobbe Englund in 2016. SABATON's 2012 album, "Carolus Rex", was recently certified quadruple platinum in the band's home country of Sweden. The concept effort — which is the group's biggest success to date — charts the rise and fall of the Swedish Empire, in particular the life of Charles XII ("Carolus Rex") who ruled it for 21 years. In an amazing coincidence, the album's quadruple platinum certification came exactly 300 years after the king's death in 1718. To celebrate the album's success, and to commemorate the Swedish king who inspired it, SABATON released a special 300th-anniversary edition of "Carolus Rex" on November 30, which is the date Carolus Rex was killed in Norway.

[post_excerpt] => Swedish metallers SABATON have released the official music video for a new song called "Bismarck". The clip, which was directed by Matthias Hoene and produced by Wargaming, can be seen below. SABATON said in a statement: "The most requested topic for a SABATON song ever! "The fate of the ship Bismarck is a fascinating story we wanted to write about for a long time, but could not fit into any album. So we decided to make it as a single release, and as a gift from us to you for being fantastic fans for the past 20 years. "Thanks to our friends at Wargaming and World Of Warships, we can also present it with a truly impressive video, well worthy of this song. The talented team at Wargaming could ensure the historical accuracy of the scenes thanks to the models from their award-winning game World Of Warships, and the director Matthias Hoene, who won a Golden Lion at Cannes, were able to bring the band and story together. "The song 'Bismarck' was written over a year ago and we recorded it last summer in Black Lounge studios with Jonas Kjellgren, who has also recorded and mixed our upcoming album, 'The Great War'. "Bismarck was a German battleship and one of the biggest ever built in Europe. Commissioned in August 1940 and sunk in May 1941 after an intense hunt in the North Atlantic. Though he now rests beneath the waves, players of World Of Warships can still take this iconic ship into virtual battles. "For now, the song is available at YouTube so you can enjoy this great video for free. At a later stage, it will also be available on your favourite digital platform. "You wanted us to write this song, we heard you, and here is our tribute!" "The Great War" will be released on July 19 via Nuclear Blast Records. The band's 20th-anniversary record will be a concept effort covering stories from the First World War. "The Great War" track listing: 01. The Future Of Warfare 02. Seven Pillars Of Wisdom 03. 82nd All The Way 04. The Attack Of The Dead Men 05. Devil Dogs 06. The Red Baron 07. Great War 08. A Ghost In The Trenches 09. Fields Of Verdun 10. The End Of The War To End All Wars 11. In Flanders Fields SABATON started recording "The Great War" exactly 100 years after the end of the First World War (November 11, 1918) and took three months of intensive work to complete the album with longtime producer and collaborator Jonas Kjellgren at Black Lounge studios. The disc was mastered by Maor Appelbaum and the artwork was once again created by Peter Sallaí. "This is not the first time we sing about stories from this period in time, but now we felt the timing was right to make a full concept album about this war," the band said. Side by side with the album, the Swedes have worked hard to make their 20th year anniversary a very exciting year, and also started the SABATON History Channel — a unique collaboration between the band and multimedia historians Indy Neidell and Timeghost, capturing the power of social media to tell stories about the wars, battles and heroes behind SABATON's songs. "This is the biggest album we have taken on so far. There is so much depth and story around the songs that we never had before," bassist Pär Sundström states. "Expect many surprises as we have tried new things and we also went back in time to a concept we know a lot of you love. 'The Great War' has been created side by side with the SABATON History Channel to make 2019 the most exciting year in our 20-year history.” SABATON's next disc will be the group's first with guitarist Tommy Johansson (GOLDEN RESURRECTION, REINXEED), who replaced Thobbe Englund in 2016. SABATON's 2012 album, "Carolus Rex", was recently certified quadruple platinum in the band's home country of Sweden. The concept effort — which is the group's biggest success to date — charts the rise and fall of the Swedish Empire, in particular the life of Charles XII ("Carolus Rex") who ruled it for 21 years. In an amazing coincidence, the album's quadruple platinum certification came exactly 300 years after the king's death in 1718. To celebrate the album's success, and to commemorate the Swedish king who inspired it, SABATON released a special 300th-anniversary edition of "Carolus Rex" on November 30, which is the date Carolus Rex was killed in Norway.
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Replacing images : - ON Swedish metallers SABATON have released the official music video for a new song called "Bismarck". The clip, which was directed by Matthias Hoene and produced by Wargaming, can be seen below. SABATON said in a statement: "The most requested topic for a SABATON song ever! "The fate of the ship Bismarck is a fascinating story we wanted to write about for a long time, but could not fit into any album. So we decided to make it as a single release, and as a gift from us to you for being fantastic fans for the past 20 years. "Thanks to our friends at Wargaming and World Of Warships, we can also present it with a truly impressive video, well worthy of this song. The talented team at Wargaming could ensure the historical accuracy of the scenes thanks to the models from their award-winning game World Of Warships, and the director Matthias Hoene, who won a Golden Lion at Cannes, were able to bring the band and story together. "The song 'Bismarck' was written over a year ago and we recorded it last summer in Black Lounge studios with Jonas Kjellgren, who has also recorded and mixed our upcoming album, 'The Great War'. "Bismarck was a German battleship and one of the biggest ever built in Europe. Commissioned in August 1940 and sunk in May 1941 after an intense hunt in the North Atlantic. Though he now rests beneath the waves, players of World Of Warships can still take this iconic ship into virtual battles. "For now, the song is available at YouTube so you can enjoy this great video for free. At a later stage, it will also be available on your favourite digital platform. "You wanted us to write this song, we heard you, and here is our tribute!" "The Great War" will be released on July 19 via Nuclear Blast Records. The band's 20th-anniversary record will be a concept effort covering stories from the First World War. "The Great War" track listing: 01. The Future Of Warfare 02. Seven Pillars Of Wisdom 03. 82nd All The Way 04. The Attack Of The Dead Men 05. Devil Dogs 06. The Red Baron 07. Great War 08. A Ghost In The Trenches 09. Fields Of Verdun 10. The End Of The War To End All Wars 11. In Flanders Fields SABATON started recording "The Great War" exactly 100 years after the end of the First World War (November 11, 1918) and took three months of intensive work to complete the album with longtime producer and collaborator Jonas Kjellgren at Black Lounge studios. The disc was mastered by Maor Appelbaum and the artwork was once again created by Peter Sallaí. "This is not the first time we sing about stories from this period in time, but now we felt the timing was right to make a full concept album about this war," the band said. Side by side with the album, the Swedes have worked hard to make their 20th year anniversary a very exciting year, and also started the SABATON History Channel — a unique collaboration between the band and multimedia historians Indy Neidell and Timeghost, capturing the power of social media to tell stories about the wars, battles and heroes behind SABATON's songs. "This is the biggest album we have taken on so far. There is so much depth and story around the songs that we never had before," bassist Pär Sundström states. "Expect many surprises as we have tried new things and we also went back in time to a concept we know a lot of you love. 'The Great War' has been created side by side with the SABATON History Channel to make 2019 the most exciting year in our 20-year history.” SABATON's next disc will be the group's first with guitarist Tommy Johansson (GOLDEN RESURRECTION, REINXEED), who replaced Thobbe Englund in 2016. SABATON's 2012 album, "Carolus Rex", was recently certified quadruple platinum in the band's home country of Sweden. The concept effort — which is the group's biggest success to date — charts the rise and fall of the Swedish Empire, in particular the life of Charles XII ("Carolus Rex") who ruled it for 21 years. In an amazing coincidence, the album's quadruple platinum certification came exactly 300 years after the king's death in 1718. To celebrate the album's success, and to commemorate the Swedish king who inspired it, SABATON released a special 300th-anniversary edition of "Carolus Rex" on November 30, which is the date Carolus Rex was killed in Norway.

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Array ( [post_title] => SABATON Releases Music Video For New Standalone Single 'Bismarck' [post_content] => Swedish metallers SABATON have released the official music video for a new song called "Bismarck". The clip, which was directed by Matthias Hoene and produced by Wargaming, can be seen below. SABATON said in a statement: "The most requested topic for a SABATON song ever! "The fate of the ship Bismarck is a fascinating story we wanted to write about for a long time, but could not fit into any album. So we decided to make it as a single release, and as a gift from us to you for being fantastic fans for the past 20 years. "Thanks to our friends at Wargaming and World Of Warships, we can also present it with a truly impressive video, well worthy of this song. The talented team at Wargaming could ensure the historical accuracy of the scenes thanks to the models from their award-winning game World Of Warships, and the director Matthias Hoene, who won a Golden Lion at Cannes, were able to bring the band and story together. "The song 'Bismarck' was written over a year ago and we recorded it last summer in Black Lounge studios with Jonas Kjellgren, who has also recorded and mixed our upcoming album, 'The Great War'. "Bismarck was a German battleship and one of the biggest ever built in Europe. Commissioned in August 1940 and sunk in May 1941 after an intense hunt in the North Atlantic. Though he now rests beneath the waves, players of World Of Warships can still take this iconic ship into virtual battles. "For now, the song is available at YouTube so you can enjoy this great video for free. At a later stage, it will also be available on your favourite digital platform. "You wanted us to write this song, we heard you, and here is our tribute!" "The Great War" will be released on July 19 via Nuclear Blast Records. The band's 20th-anniversary record will be a concept effort covering stories from the First World War. "The Great War" track listing: 01. The Future Of Warfare 02. Seven Pillars Of Wisdom 03. 82nd All The Way 04. The Attack Of The Dead Men 05. Devil Dogs 06. The Red Baron 07. Great War 08. A Ghost In The Trenches 09. Fields Of Verdun 10. The End Of The War To End All Wars 11. In Flanders Fields SABATON started recording "The Great War" exactly 100 years after the end of the First World War (November 11, 1918) and took three months of intensive work to complete the album with longtime producer and collaborator Jonas Kjellgren at Black Lounge studios. The disc was mastered by Maor Appelbaum and the artwork was once again created by Peter Sallaí. "This is not the first time we sing about stories from this period in time, but now we felt the timing was right to make a full concept album about this war," the band said. Side by side with the album, the Swedes have worked hard to make their 20th year anniversary a very exciting year, and also started the SABATON History Channel — a unique collaboration between the band and multimedia historians Indy Neidell and Timeghost, capturing the power of social media to tell stories about the wars, battles and heroes behind SABATON's songs. "This is the biggest album we have taken on so far. There is so much depth and story around the songs that we never had before," bassist Pär Sundström states. "Expect many surprises as we have tried new things and we also went back in time to a concept we know a lot of you love. 'The Great War' has been created side by side with the SABATON History Channel to make 2019 the most exciting year in our 20-year history.” SABATON's next disc will be the group's first with guitarist Tommy Johansson (GOLDEN RESURRECTION, REINXEED), who replaced Thobbe Englund in 2016. SABATON's 2012 album, "Carolus Rex", was recently certified quadruple platinum in the band's home country of Sweden. The concept effort — which is the group's biggest success to date — charts the rise and fall of the Swedish Empire, in particular the life of Charles XII ("Carolus Rex") who ruled it for 21 years. In an amazing coincidence, the album's quadruple platinum certification came exactly 300 years after the king's death in 1718. To celebrate the album's success, and to commemorate the Swedish king who inspired it, SABATON released a special 300th-anniversary edition of "Carolus Rex" on November 30, which is the date Carolus Rex was killed in Norway.

[post_excerpt] => Swedish metallers SABATON have released the official music video for a new song called "Bismarck". The clip, which was directed by Matthias Hoene and produced by Wargaming, can be seen below. SABATON said in a statement: "The most requested topic for a SABATON song ever! "The fate of the ship Bismarck is a fascinating story we wanted to write about for a long time, but could not fit into any album. So we decided to make it as a single release, and as a gift from us to you for being fantastic fans for the past 20 years. "Thanks to our friends at Wargaming and World Of Warships, we can also present it with a truly impressive video, well worthy of this song. The talented team at Wargaming could ensure the historical accuracy of the scenes thanks to the models from their award-winning game World Of Warships, and the director Matthias Hoene, who won a Golden Lion at Cannes, were able to bring the band and story together. "The song 'Bismarck' was written over a year ago and we recorded it last summer in Black Lounge studios with Jonas Kjellgren, who has also recorded and mixed our upcoming album, 'The Great War'. "Bismarck was a German battleship and one of the biggest ever built in Europe. Commissioned in August 1940 and sunk in May 1941 after an intense hunt in the North Atlantic. Though he now rests beneath the waves, players of World Of Warships can still take this iconic ship into virtual battles. "For now, the song is available at YouTube so you can enjoy this great video for free. At a later stage, it will also be available on your favourite digital platform. "You wanted us to write this song, we heard you, and here is our tribute!" "The Great War" will be released on July 19 via Nuclear Blast Records. The band's 20th-anniversary record will be a concept effort covering stories from the First World War. "The Great War" track listing: 01. The Future Of Warfare 02. Seven Pillars Of Wisdom 03. 82nd All The Way 04. The Attack Of The Dead Men 05. Devil Dogs 06. The Red Baron 07. Great War 08. A Ghost In The Trenches 09. Fields Of Verdun 10. The End Of The War To End All Wars 11. In Flanders Fields SABATON started recording "The Great War" exactly 100 years after the end of the First World War (November 11, 1918) and took three months of intensive work to complete the album with longtime producer and collaborator Jonas Kjellgren at Black Lounge studios. The disc was mastered by Maor Appelbaum and the artwork was once again created by Peter Sallaí. "This is not the first time we sing about stories from this period in time, but now we felt the timing was right to make a full concept album about this war," the band said. Side by side with the album, the Swedes have worked hard to make their 20th year anniversary a very exciting year, and also started the SABATON History Channel — a unique collaboration between the band and multimedia historians Indy Neidell and Timeghost, capturing the power of social media to tell stories about the wars, battles and heroes behind SABATON's songs. "This is the biggest album we have taken on so far. There is so much depth and story around the songs that we never had before," bassist Pär Sundström states. "Expect many surprises as we have tried new things and we also went back in time to a concept we know a lot of you love. 'The Great War' has been created side by side with the SABATON History Channel to make 2019 the most exciting year in our 20-year history.” SABATON's next disc will be the group's first with guitarist Tommy Johansson (GOLDEN RESURRECTION, REINXEED), who replaced Thobbe Englund in 2016. SABATON's 2012 album, "Carolus Rex", was recently certified quadruple platinum in the band's home country of Sweden. The concept effort — which is the group's biggest success to date — charts the rise and fall of the Swedish Empire, in particular the life of Charles XII ("Carolus Rex") who ruled it for 21 years. In an amazing coincidence, the album's quadruple platinum certification came exactly 300 years after the king's death in 1718. To celebrate the album's success, and to commemorate the Swedish king who inspired it, SABATON released a special 300th-anniversary edition of "Carolus Rex" on November 30, which is the date Carolus Rex was killed in Norway.
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METALLICA's LARS ULRICH Pays Tribute To Late Composer/Conductor MICHAEL KAMEN

Array ( [post_title] => METALLICA's LARS ULRICH Pays Tribute To Late Composer/Conductor MICHAEL KAMEN [post_content] => Lars Ulrich has paid tribute to late composer and conductor Michael Kamen, who spearheaded METALLICA's first performance with the San Francisco Symphony. The concert, which took place in 1999 at the Berkeley Community Theater, yielded the Grammy Award-winning live album "S&M". This September, METALLICA will once again join forces with the San Francisco Symphony for two exclusive performances at San Francisco's brand new arena-sized venue, the Chase Center. To honor the original album, the concerts, which will be conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas and Edwin Outwater, are being dubbed as "S&M²". Ulrich took to his Instagram Sunday night (April 21) to write: "Today is the 20th anniversary of the very first concert 'TALLICA played with the @SFSymphony under the direction of Michael Kamen. The shows took place at the Berkeley Community Theatre April 21 & 22, 1999. At the time, the gigs weren't even called S&M yet...that came six months later when the live album and movie was released. "I'm pictured here with the conductor, the arranger, the main instigator and the reason the whole thing came to be, Michael Kamen, who had reached out a few years earlier to see if we were game to try this kinda collaboration out. "Michael had a background in film scores, including Lethal Weapon and Die Hard, and had previously done similar undertakings with PINK FLOYD, Eric Clapton and AEROSMITH among others. He thought that we would be an obvious choice for a pairing like this and we said yes in 2 nano seconds flat and followed Michael's lead for the next few years, as we went on an incredible adventure together with concerts in SF, Berlin and NYC among other things. We threw ourselves deep into unknown creative territories and walked away with most incredible of experiences and the coolest album and concert film. "Michael passed on in November 2003, but his love of life and his appetite for shaking up conventions will always be something I'll take with me and cherish.. A very precious few years. "And of course looking forward to the continuation of this, as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of this whole endeavor with our two very unique concerts in September opening the @Chase_Center." The new concerts will take place on September 6 and September 8. The classical musicians and classic rockers will be the first acts to perform at the new 18,064-seat arena that will serve as home to the NBA team Golden State Warriors in the fall. The "S&M²" concerts will feature the first live performances of these arrangements in 20 years, plus the first-ever METALLICA/San Francisco Symphony renditions of songs written and released since the original "S&M", with new orchestral charts by Bruce Coughlin. Kamen died in November 2003 after suffering from multiple sclerosis for several years. He was 55.

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Today is the 20th anniversary of the very first concert 'Tallica played with the @SFSymphony under the direction of Michael Kamen. The shows took place at the Berkeley Community Theatre April 21 & 22, 1999. At the time, the gigs weren't even called S&M yet...that came six months later when the live album and movie was released. I'm pictured here with the conductor, the arranger, the main instigator and the reason the whole thing came to be, Michael Kamen, who had reached out a few years earlier to see if we were game to try this kinda collaboration out. Michael had a background in film scores, including Lethal Weapon and Die Hard, and had previously done similar undertakings with Pink Floyd, Eric Clapton and Aerosmith among others. He thought that we would be an obvious choice for a pairing like this and we said yes in 2 nano seconds flat and followed Michael's lead for the next few years, as we went on an incredible adventure together with concerts in SF, Berlin and NYC among other things. We threw ourselves deep into unknown creative territories and walked away with most incredible of experiences and the coolest album and concert film. Michael passed on in November 2003, but his love of life and his appetite for shaking up conventions will always be something I'll take with me and cherish.. A very precious few years. And of course looking forward to the continuation of this, as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of this whole endeavor with our two very unique concerts in September opening the @Chase_Center. Wanna? Fuck yeah I wanna!!! #wanna ? by @antoncorbijn4real

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[post_excerpt] => Lars Ulrich has paid tribute to late composer and conductor Michael Kamen, who spearheaded METALLICA's first performance with the San Francisco Symphony. The concert, which took place in 1999 at the Berkeley Community Theater, yielded the Grammy Award-winning live album "S&M". This September, METALLICA will once again join forces with the San Francisco Symphony for two exclusive performances at San Francisco's brand new arena-sized venue, the Chase Center. To honor the original album, the concerts, which will be conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas and Edwin Outwater, are being dubbed as "S&M²". Ulrich took to his Instagram Sunday night (April 21) to write: "Today is the 20th anniversary of the very first concert 'TALLICA played with the @SFSymphony under the direction of Michael Kamen. The shows took place at the Berkeley Community Theatre April 21 & 22, 1999. At the time, the gigs weren't even called S&M yet...that came six months later when the live album and movie was released. "I'm pictured here with the conductor, the arranger, the main instigator and the reason the whole thing came to be, Michael Kamen, who had reached out a few years earlier to see if we were game to try this kinda collaboration out. "Michael had a background in film scores, including Lethal Weapon and Die Hard, and had previously done similar undertakings with PINK FLOYD, Eric Clapton and AEROSMITH among others. He thought that we would be an obvious choice for a pairing like this and we said yes in 2 nano seconds flat and followed Michael's lead for the next few years, as we went on an incredible adventure together with concerts in SF, Berlin and NYC among other things. We threw ourselves deep into unknown creative territories and walked away with most incredible of experiences and the coolest album and concert film. "Michael passed on in November 2003, but his love of life and his appetite for shaking up conventions will always be something I'll take with me and cherish.. A very precious few years. "And of course looking forward to the continuation of this, as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of this whole endeavor with our two very unique concerts in September opening the @Chase_Center." The new concerts will take place on September 6 and September 8. The classical musicians and classic rockers will be the first acts to perform at the new 18,064-seat arena that will serve as home to the NBA team Golden State Warriors in the fall. The "S&M²" concerts will feature the first live performances of these arrangements in 20 years, plus the first-ever METALLICA/San Francisco Symphony renditions of songs written and released since the original "S&M", with new orchestral charts by Bruce Coughlin. Kamen died in November 2003 after suffering from multiple sclerosis for several years. He was 55.
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Today is the 20th anniversary of the very first concert 'Tallica played with the @SFSymphony under the direction of Michael Kamen. The shows took place at the Berkeley Community Theatre April 21 & 22, 1999. At the time, the gigs weren't even called S&M yet...that came six months later when the live album and movie was released. I'm pictured here with the conductor, the arranger, the main instigator and the reason the whole thing came to be, Michael Kamen, who had reached out a few years earlier to see if we were game to try this kinda collaboration out. Michael had a background in film scores, including Lethal Weapon and Die Hard, and had previously done similar undertakings with Pink Floyd, Eric Clapton and Aerosmith among others. He thought that we would be an obvious choice for a pairing like this and we said yes in 2 nano seconds flat and followed Michael's lead for the next few years, as we went on an incredible adventure together with concerts in SF, Berlin and NYC among other things. We threw ourselves deep into unknown creative territories and walked away with most incredible of experiences and the coolest album and concert film. Michael passed on in November 2003, but his love of life and his appetite for shaking up conventions will always be something I'll take with me and cherish.. A very precious few years. And of course looking forward to the continuation of this, as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of this whole endeavor with our two very unique concerts in September opening the @Chase_Center. Wanna? Fuck yeah I wanna!!! #wanna ? by @antoncorbijn4real

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Array ( [post_title] => METALLICA's LARS ULRICH Pays Tribute To Late Composer/Conductor MICHAEL KAMEN [post_content] => Lars Ulrich has paid tribute to late composer and conductor Michael Kamen, who spearheaded METALLICA's first performance with the San Francisco Symphony. The concert, which took place in 1999 at the Berkeley Community Theater, yielded the Grammy Award-winning live album "S&M". This September, METALLICA will once again join forces with the San Francisco Symphony for two exclusive performances at San Francisco's brand new arena-sized venue, the Chase Center. To honor the original album, the concerts, which will be conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas and Edwin Outwater, are being dubbed as "S&M²". Ulrich took to his Instagram Sunday night (April 21) to write: "Today is the 20th anniversary of the very first concert 'TALLICA played with the @SFSymphony under the direction of Michael Kamen. The shows took place at the Berkeley Community Theatre April 21 & 22, 1999. At the time, the gigs weren't even called S&M yet...that came six months later when the live album and movie was released. "I'm pictured here with the conductor, the arranger, the main instigator and the reason the whole thing came to be, Michael Kamen, who had reached out a few years earlier to see if we were game to try this kinda collaboration out. "Michael had a background in film scores, including Lethal Weapon and Die Hard, and had previously done similar undertakings with PINK FLOYD, Eric Clapton and AEROSMITH among others. He thought that we would be an obvious choice for a pairing like this and we said yes in 2 nano seconds flat and followed Michael's lead for the next few years, as we went on an incredible adventure together with concerts in SF, Berlin and NYC among other things. We threw ourselves deep into unknown creative territories and walked away with most incredible of experiences and the coolest album and concert film. "Michael passed on in November 2003, but his love of life and his appetite for shaking up conventions will always be something I'll take with me and cherish.. A very precious few years. "And of course looking forward to the continuation of this, as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of this whole endeavor with our two very unique concerts in September opening the @Chase_Center." The new concerts will take place on September 6 and September 8. The classical musicians and classic rockers will be the first acts to perform at the new 18,064-seat arena that will serve as home to the NBA team Golden State Warriors in the fall. The "S&M²" concerts will feature the first live performances of these arrangements in 20 years, plus the first-ever METALLICA/San Francisco Symphony renditions of songs written and released since the original "S&M", with new orchestral charts by Bruce Coughlin. Kamen died in November 2003 after suffering from multiple sclerosis for several years. He was 55.

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Today is the 20th anniversary of the very first concert 'Tallica played with the @SFSymphony under the direction of Michael Kamen. The shows took place at the Berkeley Community Theatre April 21 & 22, 1999. At the time, the gigs weren't even called S&M yet...that came six months later when the live album and movie was released. I'm pictured here with the conductor, the arranger, the main instigator and the reason the whole thing came to be, Michael Kamen, who had reached out a few years earlier to see if we were game to try this kinda collaboration out. Michael had a background in film scores, including Lethal Weapon and Die Hard, and had previously done similar undertakings with Pink Floyd, Eric Clapton and Aerosmith among others. He thought that we would be an obvious choice for a pairing like this and we said yes in 2 nano seconds flat and followed Michael's lead for the next few years, as we went on an incredible adventure together with concerts in SF, Berlin and NYC among other things. We threw ourselves deep into unknown creative territories and walked away with most incredible of experiences and the coolest album and concert film. Michael passed on in November 2003, but his love of life and his appetite for shaking up conventions will always be something I'll take with me and cherish.. A very precious few years. And of course looking forward to the continuation of this, as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of this whole endeavor with our two very unique concerts in September opening the @Chase_Center. Wanna? Fuck yeah I wanna!!! #wanna ? by @antoncorbijn4real

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[post_excerpt] => Lars Ulrich has paid tribute to late composer and conductor Michael Kamen, who spearheaded METALLICA's first performance with the San Francisco Symphony. The concert, which took place in 1999 at the Berkeley Community Theater, yielded the Grammy Award-winning live album "S&M". This September, METALLICA will once again join forces with the San Francisco Symphony for two exclusive performances at San Francisco's brand new arena-sized venue, the Chase Center. To honor the original album, the concerts, which will be conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas and Edwin Outwater, are being dubbed as "S&M²". Ulrich took to his Instagram Sunday night (April 21) to write: "Today is the 20th anniversary of the very first concert 'TALLICA played with the @SFSymphony under the direction of Michael Kamen. The shows took place at the Berkeley Community Theatre April 21 & 22, 1999. At the time, the gigs weren't even called S&M yet...that came six months later when the live album and movie was released. "I'm pictured here with the conductor, the arranger, the main instigator and the reason the whole thing came to be, Michael Kamen, who had reached out a few years earlier to see if we were game to try this kinda collaboration out. "Michael had a background in film scores, including Lethal Weapon and Die Hard, and had previously done similar undertakings with PINK FLOYD, Eric Clapton and AEROSMITH among others. He thought that we would be an obvious choice for a pairing like this and we said yes in 2 nano seconds flat and followed Michael's lead for the next few years, as we went on an incredible adventure together with concerts in SF, Berlin and NYC among other things. We threw ourselves deep into unknown creative territories and walked away with most incredible of experiences and the coolest album and concert film. "Michael passed on in November 2003, but his love of life and his appetite for shaking up conventions will always be something I'll take with me and cherish.. A very precious few years. "And of course looking forward to the continuation of this, as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of this whole endeavor with our two very unique concerts in September opening the @Chase_Center." The new concerts will take place on September 6 and September 8. The classical musicians and classic rockers will be the first acts to perform at the new 18,064-seat arena that will serve as home to the NBA team Golden State Warriors in the fall. The "S&M²" concerts will feature the first live performances of these arrangements in 20 years, plus the first-ever METALLICA/San Francisco Symphony renditions of songs written and released since the original "S&M", with new orchestral charts by Bruce Coughlin. Kamen died in November 2003 after suffering from multiple sclerosis for several years. He was 55.
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Today is the 20th anniversary of the very first concert 'Tallica played with the @SFSymphony under the direction of Michael Kamen. The shows took place at the Berkeley Community Theatre April 21 & 22, 1999. At the time, the gigs weren't even called S&M yet...that came six months later when the live album and movie was released. I'm pictured here with the conductor, the arranger, the main instigator and the reason the whole thing came to be, Michael Kamen, who had reached out a few years earlier to see if we were game to try this kinda collaboration out. Michael had a background in film scores, including Lethal Weapon and Die Hard, and had previously done similar undertakings with Pink Floyd, Eric Clapton and Aerosmith among others. He thought that we would be an obvious choice for a pairing like this and we said yes in 2 nano seconds flat and followed Michael's lead for the next few years, as we went on an incredible adventure together with concerts in SF, Berlin and NYC among other things. We threw ourselves deep into unknown creative territories and walked away with most incredible of experiences and the coolest album and concert film. Michael passed on in November 2003, but his love of life and his appetite for shaking up conventions will always be something I'll take with me and cherish.. A very precious few years. And of course looking forward to the continuation of this, as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of this whole endeavor with our two very unique concerts in September opening the @Chase_Center. Wanna? Fuck yeah I wanna!!! #wanna ? by @antoncorbijn4real

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DAVID LEE ROTH's 'The Roth Show' Podcast: Fourth And Fifth Episodes Available

Array ( [post_title] => DAVID LEE ROTH's 'The Roth Show' Podcast: Fourth And Fifth Episodes Available [post_content] => VAN HALEN singer David Lee Roth has relaunched his online series "The Roth Show" as a podcast. The fourth and fifth episodes, dubbed "Pot Shop Donut Stop…" and "Pot-Card Gummy Bear, Cha-Cha Dairy Queen...", respectively, can be heard and seen below. Speaking to EDM.com about his new online venture, Roth said: "All of the background music in our show, I wrote, including the bass and the drums. Give it a listen." Roth made a surprise appearance during Dutch producer Armin Van Buuren's headlining set at the Ultra Music Festival on March 30 in Miami, where the duo performed a remix of the band's biggest hit, "Jump". VAN HALEN has been inactive since it completed its U.S. tour in October 2015 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California. The trek was VAN HALEN's first since an aborted North American run three years earlier in support of its then-new studio album, "A Different Kind Of Truth". Roth recently launched Ink The Original, a skin-care line specifically made to preserve, protect, and highlight tattoos and keep them from fading.

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Array ( [post_title] => DAVID LEE ROTH's 'The Roth Show' Podcast: Fourth And Fifth Episodes Available [post_content] => VAN HALEN singer David Lee Roth has relaunched his online series "The Roth Show" as a podcast. The fourth and fifth episodes, dubbed "Pot Shop Donut Stop…" and "Pot-Card Gummy Bear, Cha-Cha Dairy Queen...", respectively, can be heard and seen below. Speaking to EDM.com about his new online venture, Roth said: "All of the background music in our show, I wrote, including the bass and the drums. Give it a listen." Roth made a surprise appearance during Dutch producer Armin Van Buuren's headlining set at the Ultra Music Festival on March 30 in Miami, where the duo performed a remix of the band's biggest hit, "Jump". VAN HALEN has been inactive since it completed its U.S. tour in October 2015 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California. The trek was VAN HALEN's first since an aborted North American run three years earlier in support of its then-new studio album, "A Different Kind Of Truth". Roth recently launched Ink The Original, a skin-care line specifically made to preserve, protect, and highlight tattoos and keep them from fading.

[post_excerpt] => VAN HALEN singer David Lee Roth has relaunched his online series "The Roth Show" as a podcast. The fourth and fifth episodes, dubbed "Pot Shop Donut Stop…" and "Pot-Card Gummy Bear, Cha-Cha Dairy Queen...", respectively, can be heard and seen below. Speaking to EDM.com about his new online venture, Roth said: "All of the background music in our show, I wrote, including the bass and the drums. Give it a listen." Roth made a surprise appearance during Dutch producer Armin Van Buuren's headlining set at the Ultra Music Festival on March 30 in Miami, where the duo performed a remix of the band's biggest hit, "Jump". VAN HALEN has been inactive since it completed its U.S. tour in October 2015 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California. The trek was VAN HALEN's first since an aborted North American run three years earlier in support of its then-new studio album, "A Different Kind Of Truth". Roth recently launched Ink The Original, a skin-care line specifically made to preserve, protect, and highlight tattoos and keep them from fading.
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Former 'Headbangers Ball' Host RIKI RACHTMAN Launches 'Cathouse Hollywood' Podcast

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But it wasn't the performances by GUNS N' ROSES, MOTÖRHEAD, ALICE COOPER, PEARL JAM, FASTER PUSSYCAT, BLACK CROWES and so many more that put Cathouse on the map. It was the sleaze and debauchery, the raunch and roll that gave it a reputation as a haven for the reckless and raucous activities that went on inside after the bands stopped playing. Initially started by Rachtman and Downe as a way to get free drinks and meet girls, the duo enforced a strict no camera rule so anything could and did happen. From MÖTLEY CRÜE to Alice Cooper, the infamous activities at the Cathouse have been immortalized in song and profiled in stories from Newsweek to Rolling Stone, where it was regarded as part of an underground scene where even celebrities like Johnny Depp and Robert Downey, Jr. hung out. With bi-weekly episodes (released every other Tuesday), written, produced, hosted and edited by Rachtman, the unforgettable, never-before-told stories are a trip through pop culture's decadent tales of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll featuring characters from GUNS N' ROSES, MÖTLEY CRÜE, David Bowie, SEX PISTOLS and more. With special guests ranging from multiplatinum-selling artists to the coat check attendants and waitresses, each episode shows how everyone that came through the Cathouse was a rock star. "Initially the show was set up to tell stories from incidents that happened at the Cathouse, but the stories have reached further than the club to focus more on the unbelievable tales of that era told not by reporters or journalists but the people that were there—mostly musicians," says Rachtman, who has started to host episodes in front of live audiences. "The truth is there have been some stories told on the show that have never been told that paint the picture of one of the greatest eras of rock music, like going to Nikki Sixx's house the day after he was pronounced dead. I have the story of Axl Rose chasing David Bowie down the street after the Starman kept wanting to get on the stage, and the one time THE BLACK CROWES paid to play the Cathouse, plus details on how the feud between Vince Neil and Axl Rose started." Here's a rundown of the episodes so far, available on iTunes: Episode 1: The story of the only band to ever pay to play the Cathouse. Episode 2: How it all started — the tale of one drunken night in a hotel room with a B movie about a jailbreak that inspired the Cathouse. Special guests include Taime Downe, Keith Cooper and Trina Ortegon. Episode 3: The story of the great rivalry of Axl Rose and Vince Neil that began at the Cathouse plus rare audio of the night Vince sang with GN'R at the club. Riki also pays a visit to the Hollywood Tropicana where the club's "Broad Squad" hailed from and whose club costumes would spawn a style called "Cathouse chic." Episode 4: MEGADETH's David Ellefson talks about the night the band played the Cathouse and the truth about the feud between him and Riki. Episode 5: A look at the time before '86 as Riki goes to his first punk rock show in '79 with a friend that started a fashion empire. Riki's high school friend Keith talks about how the two promoted shows at clubs before they could even drink and the heavy metal album that changed everything. Episode 6: This one's all about MÖTLEY CRÜE and their role in the Cathouse, plus the time Riki DJ'ed Tommy Lee and Heather Locklear's wedding. Bonus Episode: Riki and Gilby Clarke review Netflix 's "The Dirt" [post_excerpt] => With even dirtier stories than MÖTLEY CRÜE's "The Dirt", the new "Cathouse Hollywood" podcast, hosted by Riki Rachtman, presents all true first-hand accounts of never-before-told stories about some of the biggest names in rock. The infamous Los Angeles club was at the center of rock music's glory days and was started by Rachtman (who would go on to become the host of MTV's "Headbangers Ball") and his roommate, FASTER PUSSYCAT frontman Taime Downe. But what happened at the Cathouse stayed at the Cathouse — until now. In this brand-new podcast series, Rachtman, along with special guests, share the untold stories of rock's most decadent era as told not by journalists or authors, but by the people that were there. From 1986 to 1992, the Cathouse was at the epicenter of the Hollywood rock scene as some of the biggest bands played unannounced shows at the club. But it wasn't the performances by GUNS N' ROSES, MOTÖRHEAD, ALICE COOPER, PEARL JAM, FASTER PUSSYCAT, BLACK CROWES and so many more that put Cathouse on the map. It was the sleaze and debauchery, the raunch and roll that gave it a reputation as a haven for the reckless and raucous activities that went on inside after the bands stopped playing. Initially started by Rachtman and Downe as a way to get free drinks and meet girls, the duo enforced a strict no camera rule so anything could and did happen. From MÖTLEY CRÜE to Alice Cooper, the infamous activities at the Cathouse have been immortalized in song and profiled in stories from Newsweek to Rolling Stone, where it was regarded as part of an underground scene where even celebrities like Johnny Depp and Robert Downey, Jr. hung out. With bi-weekly episodes (released every other Tuesday), written, produced, hosted and edited by Rachtman, the unforgettable, never-before-told stories are a trip through pop culture's decadent tales of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll featuring characters from GUNS N' ROSES, MÖTLEY CRÜE, David Bowie, SEX PISTOLS and more. With special guests ranging from multiplatinum-selling artists to the coat check attendants and waitresses, each episode shows how everyone that came through the Cathouse was a rock star. "Initially the show was set up to tell stories from incidents that happened at the Cathouse, but the stories have reached further than the club to focus more on the unbelievable tales of that era told not by reporters or journalists but the people that were there—mostly musicians," says Rachtman, who has started to host episodes in front of live audiences. "The truth is there have been some stories told on the show that have never been told that paint the picture of one of the greatest eras of rock music, like going to Nikki Sixx's house the day after he was pronounced dead. I have the story of Axl Rose chasing David Bowie down the street after the Starman kept wanting to get on the stage, and the one time THE BLACK CROWES paid to play the Cathouse, plus details on how the feud between Vince Neil and Axl Rose started." Here's a rundown of the episodes so far, available on iTunes: Episode 1: The story of the only band to ever pay to play the Cathouse. Episode 2: How it all started — the tale of one drunken night in a hotel room with a B movie about a jailbreak that inspired the Cathouse. Special guests include Taime Downe, Keith Cooper and Trina Ortegon. Episode 3: The story of the great rivalry of Axl Rose and Vince Neil that began at the Cathouse plus rare audio of the night Vince sang with GN'R at the club. Riki also pays a visit to the Hollywood Tropicana where the club's "Broad Squad" hailed from and whose club costumes would spawn a style called "Cathouse chic." Episode 4: MEGADETH's David Ellefson talks about the night the band played the Cathouse and the truth about the feud between him and Riki. Episode 5: A look at the time before '86 as Riki goes to his first punk rock show in '79 with a friend that started a fashion empire. Riki's high school friend Keith talks about how the two promoted shows at clubs before they could even drink and the heavy metal album that changed everything. Episode 6: This one's all about MÖTLEY CRÜE and their role in the Cathouse, plus the time Riki DJ'ed Tommy Lee and Heather Locklear's wedding. 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Array ( [post_title] => Former 'Headbangers Ball' Host RIKI RACHTMAN Launches 'Cathouse Hollywood' Podcast [post_content] => With even dirtier stories than MÖTLEY CRÜE's "The Dirt", the new "Cathouse Hollywood" podcast, hosted by Riki Rachtman, presents all true first-hand accounts of never-before-told stories about some of the biggest names in rock. The infamous Los Angeles club was at the center of rock music's glory days and was started by Rachtman (who would go on to become the host of MTV's "Headbangers Ball") and his roommate, FASTER PUSSYCAT frontman Taime Downe. But what happened at the Cathouse stayed at the Cathouse — until now. In this brand-new podcast series, Rachtman, along with special guests, share the untold stories of rock's most decadent era as told not by journalists or authors, but by the people that were there. From 1986 to 1992, the Cathouse was at the epicenter of the Hollywood rock scene as some of the biggest bands played unannounced shows at the club. But it wasn't the performances by GUNS N' ROSES, MOTÖRHEAD, ALICE COOPER, PEARL JAM, FASTER PUSSYCAT, BLACK CROWES and so many more that put Cathouse on the map. It was the sleaze and debauchery, the raunch and roll that gave it a reputation as a haven for the reckless and raucous activities that went on inside after the bands stopped playing. Initially started by Rachtman and Downe as a way to get free drinks and meet girls, the duo enforced a strict no camera rule so anything could and did happen. From MÖTLEY CRÜE to Alice Cooper, the infamous activities at the Cathouse have been immortalized in song and profiled in stories from Newsweek to Rolling Stone, where it was regarded as part of an underground scene where even celebrities like Johnny Depp and Robert Downey, Jr. hung out. With bi-weekly episodes (released every other Tuesday), written, produced, hosted and edited by Rachtman, the unforgettable, never-before-told stories are a trip through pop culture's decadent tales of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll featuring characters from GUNS N' ROSES, MÖTLEY CRÜE, David Bowie, SEX PISTOLS and more. With special guests ranging from multiplatinum-selling artists to the coat check attendants and waitresses, each episode shows how everyone that came through the Cathouse was a rock star. "Initially the show was set up to tell stories from incidents that happened at the Cathouse, but the stories have reached further than the club to focus more on the unbelievable tales of that era told not by reporters or journalists but the people that were there—mostly musicians," says Rachtman, who has started to host episodes in front of live audiences. "The truth is there have been some stories told on the show that have never been told that paint the picture of one of the greatest eras of rock music, like going to Nikki Sixx's house the day after he was pronounced dead. I have the story of Axl Rose chasing David Bowie down the street after the Starman kept wanting to get on the stage, and the one time THE BLACK CROWES paid to play the Cathouse, plus details on how the feud between Vince Neil and Axl Rose started." Here's a rundown of the episodes so far, available on iTunes: Episode 1: The story of the only band to ever pay to play the Cathouse. Episode 2: How it all started — the tale of one drunken night in a hotel room with a B movie about a jailbreak that inspired the Cathouse. Special guests include Taime Downe, Keith Cooper and Trina Ortegon. Episode 3: The story of the great rivalry of Axl Rose and Vince Neil that began at the Cathouse plus rare audio of the night Vince sang with GN'R at the club. Riki also pays a visit to the Hollywood Tropicana where the club's "Broad Squad" hailed from and whose club costumes would spawn a style called "Cathouse chic." Episode 4: MEGADETH's David Ellefson talks about the night the band played the Cathouse and the truth about the feud between him and Riki. Episode 5: A look at the time before '86 as Riki goes to his first punk rock show in '79 with a friend that started a fashion empire. Riki's high school friend Keith talks about how the two promoted shows at clubs before they could even drink and the heavy metal album that changed everything. Episode 6: This one's all about MÖTLEY CRÜE and their role in the Cathouse, plus the time Riki DJ'ed Tommy Lee and Heather Locklear's wedding. Bonus Episode: Riki and Gilby Clarke review Netflix 's "The Dirt" [post_excerpt] => With even dirtier stories than MÖTLEY CRÜE's "The Dirt", the new "Cathouse Hollywood" podcast, hosted by Riki Rachtman, presents all true first-hand accounts of never-before-told stories about some of the biggest names in rock. The infamous Los Angeles club was at the center of rock music's glory days and was started by Rachtman (who would go on to become the host of MTV's "Headbangers Ball") and his roommate, FASTER PUSSYCAT frontman Taime Downe. But what happened at the Cathouse stayed at the Cathouse — until now. In this brand-new podcast series, Rachtman, along with special guests, share the untold stories of rock's most decadent era as told not by journalists or authors, but by the people that were there. From 1986 to 1992, the Cathouse was at the epicenter of the Hollywood rock scene as some of the biggest bands played unannounced shows at the club. But it wasn't the performances by GUNS N' ROSES, MOTÖRHEAD, ALICE COOPER, PEARL JAM, FASTER PUSSYCAT, BLACK CROWES and so many more that put Cathouse on the map. It was the sleaze and debauchery, the raunch and roll that gave it a reputation as a haven for the reckless and raucous activities that went on inside after the bands stopped playing. Initially started by Rachtman and Downe as a way to get free drinks and meet girls, the duo enforced a strict no camera rule so anything could and did happen. From MÖTLEY CRÜE to Alice Cooper, the infamous activities at the Cathouse have been immortalized in song and profiled in stories from Newsweek to Rolling Stone, where it was regarded as part of an underground scene where even celebrities like Johnny Depp and Robert Downey, Jr. hung out. With bi-weekly episodes (released every other Tuesday), written, produced, hosted and edited by Rachtman, the unforgettable, never-before-told stories are a trip through pop culture's decadent tales of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll featuring characters from GUNS N' ROSES, MÖTLEY CRÜE, David Bowie, SEX PISTOLS and more. With special guests ranging from multiplatinum-selling artists to the coat check attendants and waitresses, each episode shows how everyone that came through the Cathouse was a rock star. "Initially the show was set up to tell stories from incidents that happened at the Cathouse, but the stories have reached further than the club to focus more on the unbelievable tales of that era told not by reporters or journalists but the people that were there—mostly musicians," says Rachtman, who has started to host episodes in front of live audiences. "The truth is there have been some stories told on the show that have never been told that paint the picture of one of the greatest eras of rock music, like going to Nikki Sixx's house the day after he was pronounced dead. I have the story of Axl Rose chasing David Bowie down the street after the Starman kept wanting to get on the stage, and the one time THE BLACK CROWES paid to play the Cathouse, plus details on how the feud between Vince Neil and Axl Rose started." Here's a rundown of the episodes so far, available on iTunes: Episode 1: The story of the only band to ever pay to play the Cathouse. Episode 2: How it all started — the tale of one drunken night in a hotel room with a B movie about a jailbreak that inspired the Cathouse. Special guests include Taime Downe, Keith Cooper and Trina Ortegon. Episode 3: The story of the great rivalry of Axl Rose and Vince Neil that began at the Cathouse plus rare audio of the night Vince sang with GN'R at the club. 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Array ( [post_title] => BABYMETAL To Release 'Elevator Girl' Single In May; Los Angeles Arena Concert Announced [post_content] => Japanese pop metal act BABYMETAL will release a new single, "Elevator Girl", on May 10. The track, which the band has already performed live (see video below), will appear on BABYMETAL's next album, due later this year. BABYMETAL has also announced a headlining concert the the Forum in Los Angeles, California on Friday, October 11. Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 26 at 10:00 a.m. BABYMETAL's upcoming disc will be the follow-up to 2016's "Metal Resistance". Right after the release of this second disc, they performed at London's prominent venue SSE Arena, Wembley and became the first Japanese act to have ever headlined there, breaking the all-time merchandising sales record at the venue. BABYMETAL also had successful back-to-back performances at the massive Tokyo Dome thereafter, playing to 110,000 people over two nights. "Metal Resistance" debuted at No. 15 on the official U.K. chart, the highest rank for a Japanese artist in recorded history. The album was very well-received in all other territories as well, including another record-breaking position for a Japanese artist in the U.S. with a No. 39 position on the Billboard chart. Last fall, BABYMETAL digitally released a new song called "Starlight". It marked the rebirth of the band in which Su-Metal and Moametal form the core. BABYMETAL spent all of 2018 touring without Yuimetal, who was formerly one of the members of the group's core trio. She later exited the band, explaining in a statement that she would go on to pursue a solo career as Mizuno Yu. Over the last few years, BABYMETAL has established itself as the most globally successful J-pop group of the past decade. The band describes itself as kawaii metal, kawaii meaning "cute" in Japanese.

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BABYMETAL To Release 'Elevator Girl' Single In May; Los Angeles Arena Concert Announced [post_excerpt] => Japanese pop metal act BABYMETAL will release a new single, "Elevator Girl", on May 10. The track, which the band has already performed live (see video below), will appear on BABYMETAL's next album, due later this year. BABYMETAL has also announced a... [post_date_gmt] => 2019-04-22 12:57:49 [post_date] => 2019-04-22 08:57:49 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-04-22 12:57:49 [post_modified] => 2019-04-22 08:57:49 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://2df93a042321f618adef2cdc5be209df [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/babymetal-to-release-elevator-girl-single-in-may/ [syndication_item_hash] => b911318e5e03b7df89f77e5b4150998b [faf_featured_image] => 99165 [faf_process_image] => 99165,99166 ) [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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SKILLET And SEVENDUST Announce Summer 2019 Co-Headline Tour; POP EVIL And DEVOUR THE DAY To Support

Array ( [post_title] => SKILLET And SEVENDUST Announce Summer 2019 Co-Headline Tour; POP EVIL And DEVOUR THE DAY To Support [post_content] => Two rock of rock music's finest heavyweights are hitting the road together this summer. SKILLET and SEVENDUST will embark on the co-headline "Victorious War" tour in August and September. POP EVIL will support, while DEVOUR THE DAY will open the shows. The tour kicks off on August 11 in Memphis. All dates are below and tickets go on sale on Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m. local time. Both SKILLET and SEVENDUST will be offering presale VIP tickets with meet-and-greets to their respective fan clubs. "We're thrilled to be touring with SEVENDUST," says SKILLET frontman John Cooper. "The lineup is incredible and I think the fans will be very happy. We can't wait to play our new songs on the tour and connect with the Panheads out on the road." SKILLET will perform songs from its new project, set to be announced on May 7, during this run. "We are looking so forward to touring with SKILLET," echoes SEVENDUST vocalist Lajon Witherspoon. "What an amazing band — these shows are going to be amazing. We can't wait to share the stages with them." Tour dates: Aug. 11 - Memphis, TN - Minglewood Hall Aug. 13 - Richmond, VA - Virginia Credit Union Live! Aug. 14 - Lancaster, PA - Freedom Hall Aug. 16 - Cincinnati, OH - PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Aug. 17 - Indianapolis, IN - The Lawn Aug. 18 - Peoria, IL - Peoria Riverfront Aug. 20 - Clear Lake, IA - Surf Ballroom Aug. 21 - Springfield, MO - Complex Aug. 24 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Complex Aug. 25 - Boise, ID - Revolution Center* Aug. 27 - Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory* Aug. 28 - Seattle, WA - Showbox Sodo Aug. 30 - Reno, NV - Grand Sierra Resort Aug. 31 - Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues Sep. 01 - Los Angeles, CA - Wiltern Sep. 02 - Phoenix, AZ - Marquee Sep. 04 - Tucson, AZ - Rialto Theater Sep. 06 - Houston, TX - Warehouse Live Ballroom Sep. 07 - Tulsa, OK - Brady Theater** * No POP EVIL ** No SEVENDUST [post_excerpt] => Two rock of rock music's finest heavyweights are hitting the road together this summer. SKILLET and SEVENDUST will embark on the co-headline "Victorious War" tour in August and September. POP EVIL will support, while DEVOUR THE DAY will open the shows. The tour kicks off on August 11 in Memphis. All dates are below and tickets go on sale on Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m. local time. Both SKILLET and SEVENDUST will be offering presale VIP tickets with meet-and-greets to their respective fan clubs. "We're thrilled to be touring with SEVENDUST," says SKILLET frontman John Cooper. "The lineup is incredible and I think the fans will be very happy. We can't wait to play our new songs on the tour and connect with the Panheads out on the road." SKILLET will perform songs from its new project, set to be announced on May 7, during this run. "We are looking so forward to touring with SKILLET," echoes SEVENDUST vocalist Lajon Witherspoon. "What an amazing band — these shows are going to be amazing. We can't wait to share the stages with them." Tour dates: Aug. 11 - Memphis, TN - Minglewood Hall Aug. 13 - Richmond, VA - Virginia Credit Union Live! Aug. 14 - Lancaster, PA - Freedom Hall Aug. 16 - Cincinnati, OH - PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Aug. 17 - Indianapolis, IN - The Lawn Aug. 18 - Peoria, IL - Peoria Riverfront Aug. 20 - Clear Lake, IA - Surf Ballroom Aug. 21 - Springfield, MO - Complex Aug. 24 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Complex Aug. 25 - Boise, ID - Revolution Center* Aug. 27 - Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory* Aug. 28 - Seattle, WA - Showbox Sodo Aug. 30 - Reno, NV - Grand Sierra Resort Aug. 31 - Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues Sep. 01 - Los Angeles, CA - Wiltern Sep. 02 - Phoenix, AZ - Marquee Sep. 04 - Tucson, AZ - Rialto Theater Sep. 06 - Houston, TX - Warehouse Live Ballroom Sep. 07 - Tulsa, OK - Brady Theater** * No POP EVIL ** No SEVENDUST [post_date_gmt] => 2019-04-22 12:34:24 [post_date] => 2019-04-22 08:34:24 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-04-22 12:34:24 [post_modified] => 2019-04-22 08:34:24 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://59bc1f24b9cfde6a9ac81e583e73d434 [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/skillet-and-sevendust-announce-summer-2019-co-headline-tour-pop-evil-and-devour-the-day-to-support/ [syndication_item_hash] => 3699ba3a4e2c02fe069269c8651caf5a ) [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 Two rock of rock music's finest heavyweights are hitting the road together this summer. SKILLET and SEVENDUST will embark on the co-headline "Victorious War" tour in August and September. POP EVIL will support, while DEVOUR THE DAY will open the shows. The tour kicks off on August 11 in Memphis. All dates are below and tickets go on sale on Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m. local time. Both SKILLET and SEVENDUST will be offering presale VIP tickets with meet-and-greets to their respective fan clubs. "We're thrilled to be touring with SEVENDUST," says SKILLET frontman John Cooper. "The lineup is incredible and I think the fans will be very happy. We can't wait to play our new songs on the tour and connect with the Panheads out on the road." SKILLET will perform songs from its new project, set to be announced on May 7, during this run. "We are looking so forward to touring with SKILLET," echoes SEVENDUST vocalist Lajon Witherspoon. "What an amazing band — these shows are going to be amazing. We can't wait to share the stages with them." Tour dates: Aug. 11 - Memphis, TN - Minglewood Hall Aug. 13 - Richmond, VA - Virginia Credit Union Live! Aug. 14 - Lancaster, PA - Freedom Hall Aug. 16 - Cincinnati, OH - PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Aug. 17 - Indianapolis, IN - The Lawn Aug. 18 - Peoria, IL - Peoria Riverfront Aug. 20 - Clear Lake, IA - Surf Ballroom Aug. 21 - Springfield, MO - Complex Aug. 24 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Complex Aug. 25 - Boise, ID - Revolution Center* Aug. 27 - Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory* Aug. 28 - Seattle, WA - Showbox Sodo Aug. 30 - Reno, NV - Grand Sierra Resort Aug. 31 - Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues Sep. 01 - Los Angeles, CA - Wiltern Sep. 02 - Phoenix, AZ - Marquee Sep. 04 - Tucson, AZ - Rialto Theater Sep. 06 - Houston, TX - Warehouse Live Ballroom Sep. 07 - Tulsa, OK - Brady Theater** * No POP EVIL ** No SEVENDUST

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Array ( [post_title] => SKILLET And SEVENDUST Announce Summer 2019 Co-Headline Tour; POP EVIL And DEVOUR THE DAY To Support [post_content] => Two rock of rock music's finest heavyweights are hitting the road together this summer. SKILLET and SEVENDUST will embark on the co-headline "Victorious War" tour in August and September. POP EVIL will support, while DEVOUR THE DAY will open the shows. The tour kicks off on August 11 in Memphis. All dates are below and tickets go on sale on Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m. local time. Both SKILLET and SEVENDUST will be offering presale VIP tickets with meet-and-greets to their respective fan clubs. "We're thrilled to be touring with SEVENDUST," says SKILLET frontman John Cooper. "The lineup is incredible and I think the fans will be very happy. We can't wait to play our new songs on the tour and connect with the Panheads out on the road." SKILLET will perform songs from its new project, set to be announced on May 7, during this run. "We are looking so forward to touring with SKILLET," echoes SEVENDUST vocalist Lajon Witherspoon. "What an amazing band — these shows are going to be amazing. We can't wait to share the stages with them." Tour dates: Aug. 11 - Memphis, TN - Minglewood Hall Aug. 13 - Richmond, VA - Virginia Credit Union Live! Aug. 14 - Lancaster, PA - Freedom Hall Aug. 16 - Cincinnati, OH - PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Aug. 17 - Indianapolis, IN - The Lawn Aug. 18 - Peoria, IL - Peoria Riverfront Aug. 20 - Clear Lake, IA - Surf Ballroom Aug. 21 - Springfield, MO - Complex Aug. 24 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Complex Aug. 25 - Boise, ID - Revolution Center* Aug. 27 - Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory* Aug. 28 - Seattle, WA - Showbox Sodo Aug. 30 - Reno, NV - Grand Sierra Resort Aug. 31 - Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues Sep. 01 - Los Angeles, CA - Wiltern Sep. 02 - Phoenix, AZ - Marquee Sep. 04 - Tucson, AZ - Rialto Theater Sep. 06 - Houston, TX - Warehouse Live Ballroom Sep. 07 - Tulsa, OK - Brady Theater** * No POP EVIL ** No SEVENDUST [post_excerpt] => Two rock of rock music's finest heavyweights are hitting the road together this summer. SKILLET and SEVENDUST will embark on the co-headline "Victorious War" tour in August and September. POP EVIL will support, while DEVOUR THE DAY will open the shows. The tour kicks off on August 11 in Memphis. All dates are below and tickets go on sale on Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m. local time. Both SKILLET and SEVENDUST will be offering presale VIP tickets with meet-and-greets to their respective fan clubs. "We're thrilled to be touring with SEVENDUST," says SKILLET frontman John Cooper. "The lineup is incredible and I think the fans will be very happy. We can't wait to play our new songs on the tour and connect with the Panheads out on the road." SKILLET will perform songs from its new project, set to be announced on May 7, during this run. "We are looking so forward to touring with SKILLET," echoes SEVENDUST vocalist Lajon Witherspoon. "What an amazing band — these shows are going to be amazing. We can't wait to share the stages with them." Tour dates: Aug. 11 - Memphis, TN - Minglewood Hall Aug. 13 - Richmond, VA - Virginia Credit Union Live! Aug. 14 - Lancaster, PA - Freedom Hall Aug. 16 - Cincinnati, OH - PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Aug. 17 - Indianapolis, IN - The Lawn Aug. 18 - Peoria, IL - Peoria Riverfront Aug. 20 - Clear Lake, IA - Surf Ballroom Aug. 21 - Springfield, MO - Complex Aug. 24 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Complex Aug. 25 - Boise, ID - Revolution Center* Aug. 27 - Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory* Aug. 28 - Seattle, WA - Showbox Sodo Aug. 30 - Reno, NV - Grand Sierra Resort Aug. 31 - Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues Sep. 01 - Los Angeles, CA - Wiltern Sep. 02 - Phoenix, AZ - Marquee Sep. 04 - Tucson, AZ - Rialto Theater Sep. 06 - Houston, TX - Warehouse Live Ballroom Sep. 07 - Tulsa, OK - Brady Theater** * No POP EVIL ** No SEVENDUST [post_date_gmt] => 2019-04-22 12:34:24 [post_date] => 2019-04-22 08:34:24 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-04-22 12:34:24 [post_modified] => 2019-04-22 08:34:24 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://59bc1f24b9cfde6a9ac81e583e73d434 [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/skillet-and-sevendust-announce-summer-2019-co-headline-tour-pop-evil-and-devour-the-day-to-support/ [syndication_item_hash] => 3699ba3a4e2c02fe069269c8651caf5a [faf_featured_image] => 99169 [faf_process_image] => 99169 ) [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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NEW YEARS DAY Announces 2019 'Unbreakable' North American Headlining Tour

Array ( [post_title] => NEW YEARS DAY Announces 2019 'Unbreakable' North American Headlining Tour [post_content] => NEW YEARS DAY has announced the "Unbreakable" headlining tour. Support on the trek will come from DIAMANTE and SAVAGE AFTER MIDNIGHT will be the opening the show. Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m. local time. "We are SO excited to finally be headlining on our own tour," states lead NEW YEARS DAY singer Ash Costello. "We put a lot of thought in who we'd like to share this monumental moment with and it wasn't a very hard decision, because we are thrilled to be taking out another woman of rock, Diamante, the ice to my fire! no doubt this is going to be a killer show!" NEW YEARS DAY will be touring in support of its new full-length album, "Unbreakable", which is due on April 26 via RED Music. The disc's first single, "Shut Up", is currently climbing the Active Rock Radio chart at No. 21 after just three weeks and has spent three weeks on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart. The track has over 500,000 total streams and also been featured on Spotify's "Rock Hard", "Heavy Queens", "New Metal Tracks", "New Noise", and "Fierce Femmes" playlists, along with Apple Music's "Breaking Hard Rock" playlist and Amazon Music's "Rock Scene", "Brand New Music", and "Fresh Hard Rock" playlists. The band has also released the tracks "Come For Me", which was featured on New Music Friday, and "Skeletons", which has raked in over three million streams. "Unbreakable", NEW YEARS DAY's fourth studio album, was produced by Mitchell Marlow (ALL THAT REMAINS, IN THIS MOMENT) and Scott Stevens (HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN). "Unbreakable" is the follow-up to the band's 2015 LP "Malevolence", which hit No. 45 on the Billboard 200, thanks to the radio hits "Defame Me" and "Kill Or Be Killed". NEW YEARS DAY is currently supporting FALLING IN REVERSE on a U.S. tour. Newly announced tour dates: Jun. 13 - Fresno, CA - Strummers Jun. 14 - Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction Jun. 16 - San Diego, CA - Brick By Brick Jun. 17 - Tucson, AZ - Club XS Jun. 20 - Austin, TX - Empire Garage Jun. 21 - Dallas, TX - Trees Jun. 23 - New Orleans, LA - House of Blues Jun. 25 - Nashville, TN - Exit/In Jun. 26 - Asheville, NC - Orange Peel Jun. 29 - Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Soundstage Jul. 01 - Syracuse, NY - Westcott Theater Jul. 02 - Lancaster, PA - Chameleon Club Jul. 04 - Montreal, QC - Café Campus Jul. 05 - Toronto, ON - The Mod Club Jul. 06 - Buffalo, NY - Town Ballroom Jul. 09 - Columbus, OH - A&R Music Bar Jul. 10 - Grand Rapids, MI - The Stache Jul. 12 - Madison, WI - Majestic Theatre Jul. 13 - Clarkston, MI - DTE Energy Music Theater Jul. 15 - Minneapolis, MN - Fine Line Music Café Jul. 16 - Lawrence, KS - Granada Theatre Jul. 19 - Colorado Springs, CO - The Black Sheep Aug. 02 - Auburn, WA - White River Amphitheater [post_excerpt] => NEW YEARS DAY has announced the "Unbreakable" headlining tour. Support on the trek will come from DIAMANTE and SAVAGE AFTER MIDNIGHT will be the opening the show. Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m. local time. "We are SO excited to finally be headlining on our own tour," states lead NEW YEARS DAY singer Ash Costello. "We put a lot of thought in who we'd like to share this monumental moment with and it wasn't a very hard decision, because we are thrilled to be taking out another woman of rock, Diamante, the ice to my fire! no doubt this is going to be a killer show!" NEW YEARS DAY will be touring in support of its new full-length album, "Unbreakable", which is due on April 26 via RED Music. The disc's first single, "Shut Up", is currently climbing the Active Rock Radio chart at No. 21 after just three weeks and has spent three weeks on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart. The track has over 500,000 total streams and also been featured on Spotify's "Rock Hard", "Heavy Queens", "New Metal Tracks", "New Noise", and "Fierce Femmes" playlists, along with Apple Music's "Breaking Hard Rock" playlist and Amazon Music's "Rock Scene", "Brand New Music", and "Fresh Hard Rock" playlists. The band has also released the tracks "Come For Me", which was featured on New Music Friday, and "Skeletons", which has raked in over three million streams. "Unbreakable", NEW YEARS DAY's fourth studio album, was produced by Mitchell Marlow (ALL THAT REMAINS, IN THIS MOMENT) and Scott Stevens (HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN). "Unbreakable" is the follow-up to the band's 2015 LP "Malevolence", which hit No. 45 on the Billboard 200, thanks to the radio hits "Defame Me" and "Kill Or Be Killed". NEW YEARS DAY is currently supporting FALLING IN REVERSE on a U.S. tour. Newly announced tour dates: Jun. 13 - Fresno, CA - Strummers Jun. 14 - Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction Jun. 16 - San Diego, CA - Brick By Brick Jun. 17 - Tucson, AZ - Club XS Jun. 20 - Austin, TX - Empire Garage Jun. 21 - Dallas, TX - Trees Jun. 23 - New Orleans, LA - House of Blues Jun. 25 - Nashville, TN - Exit/In Jun. 26 - Asheville, NC - Orange Peel Jun. 29 - Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Soundstage Jul. 01 - Syracuse, NY - Westcott Theater Jul. 02 - Lancaster, PA - Chameleon Club Jul. 04 - Montreal, QC - Café Campus Jul. 05 - Toronto, ON - The Mod Club Jul. 06 - Buffalo, NY - Town Ballroom Jul. 09 - Columbus, OH - A&R Music Bar Jul. 10 - Grand Rapids, MI - The Stache Jul. 12 - Madison, WI - Majestic Theatre Jul. 13 - Clarkston, MI - DTE Energy Music Theater Jul. 15 - Minneapolis, MN - Fine Line Music Café Jul. 16 - Lawrence, KS - Granada Theatre Jul. 19 - Colorado Springs, CO - The Black Sheep Aug. 02 - Auburn, WA - White River Amphitheater [post_date_gmt] => 2019-04-22 12:12:44 [post_date] => 2019-04-22 08:12:44 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-04-22 12:12:44 [post_modified] => 2019-04-22 08:12:44 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://3f4928cee9f63578a0efc618e717e6eb [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/new-years-day-announces-2019-unbreakable-north-american-headlining-tour/ [syndication_item_hash] => d5fd6d9fb88850c087757ab61a655f67 ) [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] => NEW YEARS DAY Announces 2019 'Unbreakable' North American Headlining Tour [post_content] => NEW YEARS DAY has announced the "Unbreakable" headlining tour. Support on the trek will come from DIAMANTE and SAVAGE AFTER MIDNIGHT will be the opening the show. Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m. local time. "We are SO excited to finally be headlining on our own tour," states lead NEW YEARS DAY singer Ash Costello. "We put a lot of thought in who we'd like to share this monumental moment with and it wasn't a very hard decision, because we are thrilled to be taking out another woman of rock, Diamante, the ice to my fire! no doubt this is going to be a killer show!" NEW YEARS DAY will be touring in support of its new full-length album, "Unbreakable", which is due on April 26 via RED Music. The disc's first single, "Shut Up", is currently climbing the Active Rock Radio chart at No. 21 after just three weeks and has spent three weeks on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart. The track has over 500,000 total streams and also been featured on Spotify's "Rock Hard", "Heavy Queens", "New Metal Tracks", "New Noise", and "Fierce Femmes" playlists, along with Apple Music's "Breaking Hard Rock" playlist and Amazon Music's "Rock Scene", "Brand New Music", and "Fresh Hard Rock" playlists. The band has also released the tracks "Come For Me", which was featured on New Music Friday, and "Skeletons", which has raked in over three million streams. "Unbreakable", NEW YEARS DAY's fourth studio album, was produced by Mitchell Marlow (ALL THAT REMAINS, IN THIS MOMENT) and Scott Stevens (HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN). "Unbreakable" is the follow-up to the band's 2015 LP "Malevolence", which hit No. 45 on the Billboard 200, thanks to the radio hits "Defame Me" and "Kill Or Be Killed". NEW YEARS DAY is currently supporting FALLING IN REVERSE on a U.S. tour. Newly announced tour dates: Jun. 13 - Fresno, CA - Strummers Jun. 14 - Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction Jun. 16 - San Diego, CA - Brick By Brick Jun. 17 - Tucson, AZ - Club XS Jun. 20 - Austin, TX - Empire Garage Jun. 21 - Dallas, TX - Trees Jun. 23 - New Orleans, LA - House of Blues Jun. 25 - Nashville, TN - Exit/In Jun. 26 - Asheville, NC - Orange Peel Jun. 29 - Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Soundstage Jul. 01 - Syracuse, NY - Westcott Theater Jul. 02 - Lancaster, PA - Chameleon Club Jul. 04 - Montreal, QC - Café Campus Jul. 05 - Toronto, ON - The Mod Club Jul. 06 - Buffalo, NY - Town Ballroom Jul. 09 - Columbus, OH - A&R Music Bar Jul. 10 - Grand Rapids, MI - The Stache Jul. 12 - Madison, WI - Majestic Theatre Jul. 13 - Clarkston, MI - DTE Energy Music Theater Jul. 15 - Minneapolis, MN - Fine Line Music Café Jul. 16 - Lawrence, KS - Granada Theatre Jul. 19 - Colorado Springs, CO - The Black Sheep Aug. 02 - Auburn, WA - White River Amphitheater [post_excerpt] => NEW YEARS DAY has announced the "Unbreakable" headlining tour. Support on the trek will come from DIAMANTE and SAVAGE AFTER MIDNIGHT will be the opening the show. Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m. local time. "We are SO excited to finally be headlining on our own tour," states lead NEW YEARS DAY singer Ash Costello. "We put a lot of thought in who we'd like to share this monumental moment with and it wasn't a very hard decision, because we are thrilled to be taking out another woman of rock, Diamante, the ice to my fire! no doubt this is going to be a killer show!" NEW YEARS DAY will be touring in support of its new full-length album, "Unbreakable", which is due on April 26 via RED Music. The disc's first single, "Shut Up", is currently climbing the Active Rock Radio chart at No. 21 after just three weeks and has spent three weeks on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart. The track has over 500,000 total streams and also been featured on Spotify's "Rock Hard", "Heavy Queens", "New Metal Tracks", "New Noise", and "Fierce Femmes" playlists, along with Apple Music's "Breaking Hard Rock" playlist and Amazon Music's "Rock Scene", "Brand New Music", and "Fresh Hard Rock" playlists. The band has also released the tracks "Come For Me", which was featured on New Music Friday, and "Skeletons", which has raked in over three million streams. "Unbreakable", NEW YEARS DAY's fourth studio album, was produced by Mitchell Marlow (ALL THAT REMAINS, IN THIS MOMENT) and Scott Stevens (HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN). "Unbreakable" is the follow-up to the band's 2015 LP "Malevolence", which hit No. 45 on the Billboard 200, thanks to the radio hits "Defame Me" and "Kill Or Be Killed". NEW YEARS DAY is currently supporting FALLING IN REVERSE on a U.S. tour. Newly announced tour dates: Jun. 13 - Fresno, CA - Strummers Jun. 14 - Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction Jun. 16 - San Diego, CA - Brick By Brick Jun. 17 - Tucson, AZ - Club XS Jun. 20 - Austin, TX - Empire Garage Jun. 21 - Dallas, TX - Trees Jun. 23 - New Orleans, LA - House of Blues Jun. 25 - Nashville, TN - Exit/In Jun. 26 - Asheville, NC - Orange Peel Jun. 29 - Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Soundstage Jul. 01 - Syracuse, NY - Westcott Theater Jul. 02 - Lancaster, PA - Chameleon Club Jul. 04 - Montreal, QC - Café Campus Jul. 05 - Toronto, ON - The Mod Club Jul. 06 - Buffalo, NY - Town Ballroom Jul. 09 - Columbus, OH - A&R Music Bar Jul. 10 - Grand Rapids, MI - The Stache Jul. 12 - Madison, WI - Majestic Theatre Jul. 13 - Clarkston, MI - DTE Energy Music Theater Jul. 15 - Minneapolis, MN - Fine Line Music Café Jul. 16 - Lawrence, KS - Granada Theatre Jul. 19 - Colorado Springs, CO - The Black Sheep Aug. 02 - Auburn, WA - White River Amphitheater [post_date_gmt] => 2019-04-22 12:12:44 [post_date] => 2019-04-22 08:12:44 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-04-22 12:12:44 [post_modified] => 2019-04-22 08:12:44 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://3f4928cee9f63578a0efc618e717e6eb [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/new-years-day-announces-2019-unbreakable-north-american-headlining-tour/ [syndication_item_hash] => d5fd6d9fb88850c087757ab61a655f67 [faf_featured_image] => 99172 [faf_process_image] => 99172 ) [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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VIO-LENCE Drummer Says SEAN KILLIAN's Return To Stage Was 'Awe-Inspiring'

Array ( [post_title] => VIO-LENCE Drummer Says SEAN KILLIAN's Return To Stage Was 'Awe-Inspiring' [post_content] => Mosh Mag conducted an interview with members of San Francisco Bay Area thrashers VIO-LENCE prior to their April 14 show at the Oakland Metro in Oakland, California. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On what the future holds for the band in the wake of their recent comeback shows: Perry Strickland (drums): "I think we really just want to play together. Have fun, go back to some really, really old-school basics. Mr. Rockstar over here [Phil Demmel, guitar] has probably done everything on the face of the earth. I've had my little stints, and I think, for us, it's just a matter of getting back to playing, having fun, a lot less stress, throw the stuff up onstage and try to have some fun because some of us who haven't played in 16 years still make mistakes. [Laughs] Mostly Dean [Dell, bass] and I. It's just about having fun and laughing it off and trying to get back to having a good time, and we seem to be achieving that. We're just going to enjoy that, and what happens just happens." On whether VIO-LENCE would attempt to become a full-time band if their comeback shows continue to do well: Phil: "My feelings on it is we're just taking it as it comes." Dean: "We're going to play one show and see how it goes." Phil: "Then it sold out and we said, 'We're going to do two.' [We've got a show in] Belgium, we're headlining a fest in Illinois. We've got two shows in New York. We're doing a couple of shows with SACRED REICH — one in L.A. and one in Phoenix, their hometown. The L.A. show sold out in a day. Pretty insane. I just enjoy playing with these guys and everybody's telling me, 'Oh my god. You're smiling onstage again.' It's because I wasn't allowed to before. That might be an exaggeration." Perry: "We went through a few stages where it took us a month and a half to feel each other out because we all were treading very lightly with each other to make sure we didn't fall back on to… The 2000 reunion almost felt like a bad drug habit. It's, like, 'Here am I, doing this crap. It's bad for me and I don't like it.' This is definitely not that, because I work 10 hours a day. I'm thinking about practice all day. I'm high on life. I wasn't before. To work 10 hours a day and think about practice all day, yeah, I'm pretty psyched to go jam. That's something I haven't felt in probably 20 years." On the members of VIO-LENCE enjoying themselves onstage: Phil: "The idea of these shows came up, and it's, like, 'Are we going to do them?' I took the reins a little bit. I wanted it to be a Ruthie's [Inn] show. I wanted it to be no fucking attitudes, no fucking egos or, 'You should have done the Warfield.' No. We got 2,000 people on paper; I would say there was 1,200 people here last night. The doors were open backstage and people were just walking — it was fucking Ruthie's Inn 1986 last night. It was my favorite VIO-LENCE show ever. I felt it. I felt that old-school family vibe. All of our friends were here. There was no stress after the afternoon, when our guitar disappeared for a few hours. After that, no stress. Playing with these guys, cords getting tangled and people stage diving and mic stands over here… it was awesome." Perry: "That was just that level. We haven't brought up the Sean Killian factor yet. What Phil just described is what we all felt normally. Then you bring in the Sean Killian factor of this monster. Sean's will to not give up and come back, it was awe-inspiring. There are days where I'm just really tired, but it's, like, 'Yeah, Sean's here. He made it.' What are you going to say? You're not going to say a damn thing. You're going to get up there and give it up your best. To see Sean up there, I was in tears." Dean: "It's been an emotional roller coaster for me as well. I work nights, I work weekends. I said, 'When are we gonna practice? I don't know when I can.' It's been trying, but it's been all worth it in the long run." On the health of Killian, who underwent a successful liver transplant surgery in March 2018: Phil: "He's feeling awesome. He got out. First thing he said to me [was], 'That's pretty fun!'" Perry: "If anything, he was oddly calm. I think we were more excited. He was, like, 'Yeah, that was pretty cool.' That was his coping mechanism to maintain. Me, I was losing my shit." Phil: "He felt his air was good. He coped well up there and through the elements. It was funny. I didn't know the setlist and [it] was so 1986. It was so good." On Killian's recovery from liver transplant surgery: Sean: "It took six months to recover to actually go and walk the dog for a couple of miles. The more we walked, the more distance we walked. The dog was getting tired." On whether Killian was the catalyst for VIO-LENCE's reformation: Sean: "When Phil parted ways with MACHINE HEAD, I sent him a text saying, 'Hey, we should play a show.' I got back this…'VIO-LENCE' in capital letters with 50 million question marks. His first thought was, am I capable of doing it? [And I said] 'We've got four months [until the first show] and I'm feeling good now and I'll feel even better then.'" Dean: "That's the first thing I said to [him]: Are you sure you wanna do this now? We can't wait another two? You wanna take another two? He's, like, 'Fuck that.'" On whether Killian feels like he has a new lease on life: Sean: "You only live once. Trust me. I know." Perry: "The older you get, you know you're getting close. You better take advantage of it. We're not 20 anymore. You can't get high and go take a nap." Sean: "I have a new opportunity." Although current MACHINE HEAD frontman Robb Flynn was part of VIO-LENCE's classic incarnation and played on the band's debut album, "Eternal Nightmare", he wasn't contacted about doing the comeback shows. Demmel landed in MACHINE HEAD in 2003, about a decade after original the breakup of VIO-LENCE. He left MACHINE HEAD at the end of the band's fall 2018 North American tour, explaining in a statement that it was "simply time" for him "to step away and do something else musically."

[post_excerpt] => Mosh Mag conducted an interview with members of San Francisco Bay Area thrashers VIO-LENCE prior to their April 14 show at the Oakland Metro in Oakland, California. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On what the future holds for the band in the wake of their recent comeback shows: Perry Strickland (drums): "I think we really just want to play together. Have fun, go back to some really, really old-school basics. Mr. Rockstar over here [Phil Demmel, guitar] has probably done everything on the face of the earth. I've had my little stints, and I think, for us, it's just a matter of getting back to playing, having fun, a lot less stress, throw the stuff up onstage and try to have some fun because some of us who haven't played in 16 years still make mistakes. [Laughs] Mostly Dean [Dell, bass] and I. It's just about having fun and laughing it off and trying to get back to having a good time, and we seem to be achieving that. We're just going to enjoy that, and what happens just happens." On whether VIO-LENCE would attempt to become a full-time band if their comeback shows continue to do well: Phil: "My feelings on it is we're just taking it as it comes." Dean: "We're going to play one show and see how it goes." Phil: "Then it sold out and we said, 'We're going to do two.' [We've got a show in] Belgium, we're headlining a fest in Illinois. We've got two shows in New York. We're doing a couple of shows with SACRED REICH — one in L.A. and one in Phoenix, their hometown. The L.A. show sold out in a day. Pretty insane. I just enjoy playing with these guys and everybody's telling me, 'Oh my god. You're smiling onstage again.' It's because I wasn't allowed to before. That might be an exaggeration." Perry: "We went through a few stages where it took us a month and a half to feel each other out because we all were treading very lightly with each other to make sure we didn't fall back on to… The 2000 reunion almost felt like a bad drug habit. It's, like, 'Here am I, doing this crap. It's bad for me and I don't like it.' This is definitely not that, because I work 10 hours a day. I'm thinking about practice all day. I'm high on life. I wasn't before. To work 10 hours a day and think about practice all day, yeah, I'm pretty psyched to go jam. That's something I haven't felt in probably 20 years." On the members of VIO-LENCE enjoying themselves onstage: Phil: "The idea of these shows came up, and it's, like, 'Are we going to do them?' I took the reins a little bit. I wanted it to be a Ruthie's [Inn] show. I wanted it to be no fucking attitudes, no fucking egos or, 'You should have done the Warfield.' No. We got 2,000 people on paper; I would say there was 1,200 people here last night. The doors were open backstage and people were just walking — it was fucking Ruthie's Inn 1986 last night. It was my favorite VIO-LENCE show ever. I felt it. I felt that old-school family vibe. All of our friends were here. There was no stress after the afternoon, when our guitar disappeared for a few hours. After that, no stress. Playing with these guys, cords getting tangled and people stage diving and mic stands over here… it was awesome." Perry: "That was just that level. We haven't brought up the Sean Killian factor yet. What Phil just described is what we all felt normally. Then you bring in the Sean Killian factor of this monster. Sean's will to not give up and come back, it was awe-inspiring. There are days where I'm just really tired, but it's, like, 'Yeah, Sean's here. He made it.' What are you going to say? You're not going to say a damn thing. You're going to get up there and give it up your best. To see Sean up there, I was in tears." Dean: "It's been an emotional roller coaster for me as well. I work nights, I work weekends. I said, 'When are we gonna practice? I don't know when I can.' It's been trying, but it's been all worth it in the long run." On the health of Killian, who underwent a successful liver transplant surgery in March 2018: Phil: "He's feeling awesome. He got out. First thing he said to me [was], 'That's pretty fun!'" Perry: "If anything, he was oddly calm. I think we were more excited. He was, like, 'Yeah, that was pretty cool.' That was his coping mechanism to maintain. Me, I was losing my shit." Phil: "He felt his air was good. He coped well up there and through the elements. It was funny. I didn't know the setlist and [it] was so 1986. It was so good." On Killian's recovery from liver transplant surgery: Sean: "It took six months to recover to actually go and walk the dog for a couple of miles. The more we walked, the more distance we walked. The dog was getting tired." On whether Killian was the catalyst for VIO-LENCE's reformation: Sean: "When Phil parted ways with MACHINE HEAD, I sent him a text saying, 'Hey, we should play a show.' I got back this…'VIO-LENCE' in capital letters with 50 million question marks. His first thought was, am I capable of doing it? [And I said] 'We've got four months [until the first show] and I'm feeling good now and I'll feel even better then.'" Dean: "That's the first thing I said to [him]: Are you sure you wanna do this now? We can't wait another two? You wanna take another two? He's, like, 'Fuck that.'" On whether Killian feels like he has a new lease on life: Sean: "You only live once. Trust me. I know." Perry: "The older you get, you know you're getting close. You better take advantage of it. We're not 20 anymore. You can't get high and go take a nap." Sean: "I have a new opportunity." Although current MACHINE HEAD frontman Robb Flynn was part of VIO-LENCE's classic incarnation and played on the band's debut album, "Eternal Nightmare", he wasn't contacted about doing the comeback shows. Demmel landed in MACHINE HEAD in 2003, about a decade after original the breakup of VIO-LENCE. He left MACHINE HEAD at the end of the band's fall 2018 North American tour, explaining in a statement that it was "simply time" for him "to step away and do something else musically."
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Array ( [post_title] => VIO-LENCE Drummer Says SEAN KILLIAN's Return To Stage Was 'Awe-Inspiring' [post_content] => Mosh Mag conducted an interview with members of San Francisco Bay Area thrashers VIO-LENCE prior to their April 14 show at the Oakland Metro in Oakland, California. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On what the future holds for the band in the wake of their recent comeback shows: Perry Strickland (drums): "I think we really just want to play together. Have fun, go back to some really, really old-school basics. Mr. Rockstar over here [Phil Demmel, guitar] has probably done everything on the face of the earth. I've had my little stints, and I think, for us, it's just a matter of getting back to playing, having fun, a lot less stress, throw the stuff up onstage and try to have some fun because some of us who haven't played in 16 years still make mistakes. [Laughs] Mostly Dean [Dell, bass] and I. It's just about having fun and laughing it off and trying to get back to having a good time, and we seem to be achieving that. We're just going to enjoy that, and what happens just happens." On whether VIO-LENCE would attempt to become a full-time band if their comeback shows continue to do well: Phil: "My feelings on it is we're just taking it as it comes." Dean: "We're going to play one show and see how it goes." Phil: "Then it sold out and we said, 'We're going to do two.' [We've got a show in] Belgium, we're headlining a fest in Illinois. We've got two shows in New York. We're doing a couple of shows with SACRED REICH — one in L.A. and one in Phoenix, their hometown. The L.A. show sold out in a day. Pretty insane. I just enjoy playing with these guys and everybody's telling me, 'Oh my god. You're smiling onstage again.' It's because I wasn't allowed to before. That might be an exaggeration." Perry: "We went through a few stages where it took us a month and a half to feel each other out because we all were treading very lightly with each other to make sure we didn't fall back on to… The 2000 reunion almost felt like a bad drug habit. It's, like, 'Here am I, doing this crap. It's bad for me and I don't like it.' This is definitely not that, because I work 10 hours a day. I'm thinking about practice all day. I'm high on life. I wasn't before. To work 10 hours a day and think about practice all day, yeah, I'm pretty psyched to go jam. That's something I haven't felt in probably 20 years." On the members of VIO-LENCE enjoying themselves onstage: Phil: "The idea of these shows came up, and it's, like, 'Are we going to do them?' I took the reins a little bit. I wanted it to be a Ruthie's [Inn] show. I wanted it to be no fucking attitudes, no fucking egos or, 'You should have done the Warfield.' No. We got 2,000 people on paper; I would say there was 1,200 people here last night. The doors were open backstage and people were just walking — it was fucking Ruthie's Inn 1986 last night. It was my favorite VIO-LENCE show ever. I felt it. I felt that old-school family vibe. All of our friends were here. There was no stress after the afternoon, when our guitar disappeared for a few hours. After that, no stress. Playing with these guys, cords getting tangled and people stage diving and mic stands over here… it was awesome." Perry: "That was just that level. We haven't brought up the Sean Killian factor yet. What Phil just described is what we all felt normally. Then you bring in the Sean Killian factor of this monster. Sean's will to not give up and come back, it was awe-inspiring. There are days where I'm just really tired, but it's, like, 'Yeah, Sean's here. He made it.' What are you going to say? You're not going to say a damn thing. You're going to get up there and give it up your best. To see Sean up there, I was in tears." Dean: "It's been an emotional roller coaster for me as well. I work nights, I work weekends. I said, 'When are we gonna practice? I don't know when I can.' It's been trying, but it's been all worth it in the long run." On the health of Killian, who underwent a successful liver transplant surgery in March 2018: Phil: "He's feeling awesome. He got out. First thing he said to me [was], 'That's pretty fun!'" Perry: "If anything, he was oddly calm. I think we were more excited. He was, like, 'Yeah, that was pretty cool.' That was his coping mechanism to maintain. Me, I was losing my shit." Phil: "He felt his air was good. He coped well up there and through the elements. It was funny. I didn't know the setlist and [it] was so 1986. It was so good." On Killian's recovery from liver transplant surgery: Sean: "It took six months to recover to actually go and walk the dog for a couple of miles. The more we walked, the more distance we walked. The dog was getting tired." On whether Killian was the catalyst for VIO-LENCE's reformation: Sean: "When Phil parted ways with MACHINE HEAD, I sent him a text saying, 'Hey, we should play a show.' I got back this…'VIO-LENCE' in capital letters with 50 million question marks. His first thought was, am I capable of doing it? [And I said] 'We've got four months [until the first show] and I'm feeling good now and I'll feel even better then.'" Dean: "That's the first thing I said to [him]: Are you sure you wanna do this now? We can't wait another two? You wanna take another two? He's, like, 'Fuck that.'" On whether Killian feels like he has a new lease on life: Sean: "You only live once. Trust me. I know." Perry: "The older you get, you know you're getting close. You better take advantage of it. We're not 20 anymore. You can't get high and go take a nap." Sean: "I have a new opportunity." Although current MACHINE HEAD frontman Robb Flynn was part of VIO-LENCE's classic incarnation and played on the band's debut album, "Eternal Nightmare", he wasn't contacted about doing the comeback shows. Demmel landed in MACHINE HEAD in 2003, about a decade after original the breakup of VIO-LENCE. He left MACHINE HEAD at the end of the band's fall 2018 North American tour, explaining in a statement that it was "simply time" for him "to step away and do something else musically."

[post_excerpt] => Mosh Mag conducted an interview with members of San Francisco Bay Area thrashers VIO-LENCE prior to their April 14 show at the Oakland Metro in Oakland, California. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On what the future holds for the band in the wake of their recent comeback shows: Perry Strickland (drums): "I think we really just want to play together. Have fun, go back to some really, really old-school basics. Mr. Rockstar over here [Phil Demmel, guitar] has probably done everything on the face of the earth. I've had my little stints, and I think, for us, it's just a matter of getting back to playing, having fun, a lot less stress, throw the stuff up onstage and try to have some fun because some of us who haven't played in 16 years still make mistakes. [Laughs] Mostly Dean [Dell, bass] and I. It's just about having fun and laughing it off and trying to get back to having a good time, and we seem to be achieving that. We're just going to enjoy that, and what happens just happens." On whether VIO-LENCE would attempt to become a full-time band if their comeback shows continue to do well: Phil: "My feelings on it is we're just taking it as it comes." Dean: "We're going to play one show and see how it goes." Phil: "Then it sold out and we said, 'We're going to do two.' [We've got a show in] Belgium, we're headlining a fest in Illinois. We've got two shows in New York. We're doing a couple of shows with SACRED REICH — one in L.A. and one in Phoenix, their hometown. The L.A. show sold out in a day. Pretty insane. I just enjoy playing with these guys and everybody's telling me, 'Oh my god. You're smiling onstage again.' It's because I wasn't allowed to before. That might be an exaggeration." Perry: "We went through a few stages where it took us a month and a half to feel each other out because we all were treading very lightly with each other to make sure we didn't fall back on to… The 2000 reunion almost felt like a bad drug habit. It's, like, 'Here am I, doing this crap. It's bad for me and I don't like it.' This is definitely not that, because I work 10 hours a day. I'm thinking about practice all day. I'm high on life. I wasn't before. To work 10 hours a day and think about practice all day, yeah, I'm pretty psyched to go jam. That's something I haven't felt in probably 20 years." On the members of VIO-LENCE enjoying themselves onstage: Phil: "The idea of these shows came up, and it's, like, 'Are we going to do them?' I took the reins a little bit. I wanted it to be a Ruthie's [Inn] show. I wanted it to be no fucking attitudes, no fucking egos or, 'You should have done the Warfield.' No. We got 2,000 people on paper; I would say there was 1,200 people here last night. The doors were open backstage and people were just walking — it was fucking Ruthie's Inn 1986 last night. It was my favorite VIO-LENCE show ever. I felt it. I felt that old-school family vibe. All of our friends were here. There was no stress after the afternoon, when our guitar disappeared for a few hours. After that, no stress. Playing with these guys, cords getting tangled and people stage diving and mic stands over here… it was awesome." Perry: "That was just that level. We haven't brought up the Sean Killian factor yet. What Phil just described is what we all felt normally. Then you bring in the Sean Killian factor of this monster. Sean's will to not give up and come back, it was awe-inspiring. There are days where I'm just really tired, but it's, like, 'Yeah, Sean's here. He made it.' What are you going to say? You're not going to say a damn thing. You're going to get up there and give it up your best. To see Sean up there, I was in tears." Dean: "It's been an emotional roller coaster for me as well. I work nights, I work weekends. I said, 'When are we gonna practice? I don't know when I can.' It's been trying, but it's been all worth it in the long run." On the health of Killian, who underwent a successful liver transplant surgery in March 2018: Phil: "He's feeling awesome. He got out. First thing he said to me [was], 'That's pretty fun!'" Perry: "If anything, he was oddly calm. I think we were more excited. He was, like, 'Yeah, that was pretty cool.' That was his coping mechanism to maintain. Me, I was losing my shit." Phil: "He felt his air was good. He coped well up there and through the elements. It was funny. I didn't know the setlist and [it] was so 1986. It was so good." On Killian's recovery from liver transplant surgery: Sean: "It took six months to recover to actually go and walk the dog for a couple of miles. The more we walked, the more distance we walked. The dog was getting tired." On whether Killian was the catalyst for VIO-LENCE's reformation: Sean: "When Phil parted ways with MACHINE HEAD, I sent him a text saying, 'Hey, we should play a show.' I got back this…'VIO-LENCE' in capital letters with 50 million question marks. His first thought was, am I capable of doing it? [And I said] 'We've got four months [until the first show] and I'm feeling good now and I'll feel even better then.'" Dean: "That's the first thing I said to [him]: Are you sure you wanna do this now? We can't wait another two? You wanna take another two? He's, like, 'Fuck that.'" On whether Killian feels like he has a new lease on life: Sean: "You only live once. Trust me. I know." Perry: "The older you get, you know you're getting close. You better take advantage of it. We're not 20 anymore. You can't get high and go take a nap." Sean: "I have a new opportunity." Although current MACHINE HEAD frontman Robb Flynn was part of VIO-LENCE's classic incarnation and played on the band's debut album, "Eternal Nightmare", he wasn't contacted about doing the comeback shows. Demmel landed in MACHINE HEAD in 2003, about a decade after original the breakup of VIO-LENCE. He left MACHINE HEAD at the end of the band's fall 2018 North American tour, explaining in a statement that it was "simply time" for him "to step away and do something else musically."
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JINJER Announces North American Headline Tour

Array ( [post_title] => JINJER Announces North American Headline Tour [post_content] => One of the hardest-working bands in the heavy metal landscape at the moment, Ukrainian juggernaut JINJER has announced a fall headline tour of North America. Support on the trek will come from THE BROWNING. The tour starts September 7 in St. Louis. Missouri and runs through November 2 in Portland, Oregon. Before they return stateside, JINJER will lay waste to South Africa, Turkey, and all over Europe. Tickets go on sale for venue pre-sales today and tomorrow. Tickets for the general public will be available starting this Friday, April 24. Says JINJER in a statement: "Our dear North American brothers and sisters, it has been a bit more than a year since we first came to play for you in April 2018. Since that, we had two more runs across the U.S. and Canada and we literally fell in love with your countries. In the past, we couldn't even imagine how supportive and dedicated you are. Now the time has come to come back and show you what JINJER is at a bigger scale and finally play for you with full force as a headliner of a night. Because you deserve more — more new songs, more old songs, more JINJER." THE BROWNING frontman Jonny McBee said about the upcoming tour: "Wowwweeee, I can't wait to tour with JINJER! They are a super-SICK band and I can't wait for their fans to hear our waaaacky mixture of genres! I think we will really turn some heads in this tour!" Watch a video message about the tour from singer Tatiana below. JINJER is touring in support of its critically acclaimed EP "Micro", which came out in January. The band is hard at work on new material and anticipates a late 2019 release for its new album. Tour dates: Sep. 07 - St Louis, MO @ Fubar Sep. 08 - Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective Sep. 11 - San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick Sep. 12 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky Sep. 13 - Mesa, AZ @ Club Red Sep. 15 - Denver, CO @ Oriental Theater Sep. 17 - Albuquerque, NM @ Launch Pad Sep. 19 - Austin, TX @ Come and Take it Live Sep. 20 - Dallas, TX @ GMBQ Sep. 21 - San Antonio, TX @ River City Rockfest* Sep. 24 - Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum Sep. 25 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Respestable Street Sep. 26 - Orlando, FL @ Soundbar Sep. 27 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade Sep. 28 - Greenville, SC @ The Firmament Sep. 29 - Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage Oct. 01 - Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Vounge Oct. 02 - New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater Oct. 04 - New Bedford, MA @ The Vault @ Greasy Luck Oct. 05 - Hampton Beach, NH @ Wally’s Oct. 06 - Montreal, QC @ Astral Oct. 08 - Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck Oct. 09 - Ottawa, ON @ The Brass Monkey Oct. 10 - Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall Oct. 11 - Cleveland, OH @ The Winchester Oct. 12 - Cincinnati, OH Riverfront Theater Oct. 13 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Crafthouse Oct. 15 - Indianapolis, IN @ Black Circle Oct. 16 - Angola, IN @ The Eclectic Room Oct. 18 - Columbus, OH @ Al Rosa Villa Oct. 19 - Flint, MI @ Machine Shop Oct. 20 - Grand Rapids, MI @ The Stache @ Interection Oct. 22 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge Oct. 23 - Belvedere, IL @ Apollo Theater Oct. 24 - Waterloo, IA @ Spicoli’s Oct. 25 - Iowa City, IA @ Wildwood Smokehouse Oct. 26 - Racine, WI @ Route 20 Oct. 29 - Calgary, AB @ Dickens Oct. 30 - Edmonton, AB @ Starlite Oct. 31 - Vancouver, BC @ The Rickshaw Theater Nov. 01 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon Nov. 02 - Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater

[post_excerpt] => One of the hardest-working bands in the heavy metal landscape at the moment, Ukrainian juggernaut JINJER has announced a fall headline tour of North America. Support on the trek will come from THE BROWNING. The tour starts September 7 in St. Louis. Missouri and runs through November 2 in Portland, Oregon. Before they return stateside, JINJER will lay waste to South Africa, Turkey, and all over Europe. Tickets go on sale for venue pre-sales today and tomorrow. Tickets for the general public will be available starting this Friday, April 24. Says JINJER in a statement: "Our dear North American brothers and sisters, it has been a bit more than a year since we first came to play for you in April 2018. Since that, we had two more runs across the U.S. and Canada and we literally fell in love with your countries. In the past, we couldn't even imagine how supportive and dedicated you are. Now the time has come to come back and show you what JINJER is at a bigger scale and finally play for you with full force as a headliner of a night. Because you deserve more — more new songs, more old songs, more JINJER." THE BROWNING frontman Jonny McBee said about the upcoming tour: "Wowwweeee, I can't wait to tour with JINJER! They are a super-SICK band and I can't wait for their fans to hear our waaaacky mixture of genres! I think we will really turn some heads in this tour!" Watch a video message about the tour from singer Tatiana below. JINJER is touring in support of its critically acclaimed EP "Micro", which came out in January. The band is hard at work on new material and anticipates a late 2019 release for its new album. Tour dates: Sep. 07 - St Louis, MO @ Fubar Sep. 08 - Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective Sep. 11 - San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick Sep. 12 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky Sep. 13 - Mesa, AZ @ Club Red Sep. 15 - Denver, CO @ Oriental Theater Sep. 17 - Albuquerque, NM @ Launch Pad Sep. 19 - Austin, TX @ Come and Take it Live Sep. 20 - Dallas, TX @ GMBQ Sep. 21 - San Antonio, TX @ River City Rockfest* Sep. 24 - Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum Sep. 25 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Respestable Street Sep. 26 - Orlando, FL @ Soundbar Sep. 27 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade Sep. 28 - Greenville, SC @ The Firmament Sep. 29 - Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage Oct. 01 - Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Vounge Oct. 02 - New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater Oct. 04 - New Bedford, MA @ The Vault @ Greasy Luck Oct. 05 - Hampton Beach, NH @ Wally’s Oct. 06 - Montreal, QC @ Astral Oct. 08 - Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck Oct. 09 - Ottawa, ON @ The Brass Monkey Oct. 10 - Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall Oct. 11 - Cleveland, OH @ The Winchester Oct. 12 - Cincinnati, OH Riverfront Theater Oct. 13 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Crafthouse Oct. 15 - Indianapolis, IN @ Black Circle Oct. 16 - Angola, IN @ The Eclectic Room Oct. 18 - Columbus, OH @ Al Rosa Villa Oct. 19 - Flint, MI @ Machine Shop Oct. 20 - Grand Rapids, MI @ The Stache @ Interection Oct. 22 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge Oct. 23 - Belvedere, IL @ Apollo Theater Oct. 24 - Waterloo, IA @ Spicoli’s Oct. 25 - Iowa City, IA @ Wildwood Smokehouse Oct. 26 - Racine, WI @ Route 20 Oct. 29 - Calgary, AB @ Dickens Oct. 30 - Edmonton, AB @ Starlite Oct. 31 - Vancouver, BC @ The Rickshaw Theater Nov. 01 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon Nov. 02 - Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
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Replacing images : - ON One of the hardest-working bands in the heavy metal landscape at the moment, Ukrainian juggernaut JINJER has announced a fall headline tour of North America. Support on the trek will come from THE BROWNING. The tour starts September 7 in St. Louis. Missouri and runs through November 2 in Portland, Oregon. Before they return stateside, JINJER will lay waste to South Africa, Turkey, and all over Europe. Tickets go on sale for venue pre-sales today and tomorrow. Tickets for the general public will be available starting this Friday, April 24. Says JINJER in a statement: "Our dear North American brothers and sisters, it has been a bit more than a year since we first came to play for you in April 2018. Since that, we had two more runs across the U.S. and Canada and we literally fell in love with your countries. In the past, we couldn't even imagine how supportive and dedicated you are. Now the time has come to come back and show you what JINJER is at a bigger scale and finally play for you with full force as a headliner of a night. Because you deserve more — more new songs, more old songs, more JINJER." THE BROWNING frontman Jonny McBee said about the upcoming tour: "Wowwweeee, I can't wait to tour with JINJER! They are a super-SICK band and I can't wait for their fans to hear our waaaacky mixture of genres! I think we will really turn some heads in this tour!" Watch a video message about the tour from singer Tatiana below. JINJER is touring in support of its critically acclaimed EP "Micro", which came out in January. The band is hard at work on new material and anticipates a late 2019 release for its new album. Tour dates: Sep. 07 - St Louis, MO @ Fubar Sep. 08 - Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective Sep. 11 - San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick Sep. 12 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky Sep. 13 - Mesa, AZ @ Club Red Sep. 15 - Denver, CO @ Oriental Theater Sep. 17 - Albuquerque, NM @ Launch Pad Sep. 19 - Austin, TX @ Come and Take it Live Sep. 20 - Dallas, TX @ GMBQ Sep. 21 - San Antonio, TX @ River City Rockfest* Sep. 24 - Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum Sep. 25 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Respestable Street Sep. 26 - Orlando, FL @ Soundbar Sep. 27 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade Sep. 28 - Greenville, SC @ The Firmament Sep. 29 - Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage Oct. 01 - Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Vounge Oct. 02 - New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater Oct. 04 - New Bedford, MA @ The Vault @ Greasy Luck Oct. 05 - Hampton Beach, NH @ Wally’s Oct. 06 - Montreal, QC @ Astral Oct. 08 - Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck Oct. 09 - Ottawa, ON @ The Brass Monkey Oct. 10 - Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall Oct. 11 - Cleveland, OH @ The Winchester Oct. 12 - Cincinnati, OH Riverfront Theater Oct. 13 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Crafthouse Oct. 15 - Indianapolis, IN @ Black Circle Oct. 16 - Angola, IN @ The Eclectic Room Oct. 18 - Columbus, OH @ Al Rosa Villa Oct. 19 - Flint, MI @ Machine Shop Oct. 20 - Grand Rapids, MI @ The Stache @ Interection Oct. 22 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge Oct. 23 - Belvedere, IL @ Apollo Theater Oct. 24 - Waterloo, IA @ Spicoli’s Oct. 25 - Iowa City, IA @ Wildwood Smokehouse Oct. 26 - Racine, WI @ Route 20 Oct. 29 - Calgary, AB @ Dickens Oct. 30 - Edmonton, AB @ Starlite Oct. 31 - Vancouver, BC @ The Rickshaw Theater Nov. 01 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon Nov. 02 - Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater

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Array ( [post_title] => JINJER Announces North American Headline Tour [post_content] => One of the hardest-working bands in the heavy metal landscape at the moment, Ukrainian juggernaut JINJER has announced a fall headline tour of North America. Support on the trek will come from THE BROWNING. The tour starts September 7 in St. Louis. Missouri and runs through November 2 in Portland, Oregon. Before they return stateside, JINJER will lay waste to South Africa, Turkey, and all over Europe. Tickets go on sale for venue pre-sales today and tomorrow. Tickets for the general public will be available starting this Friday, April 24. Says JINJER in a statement: "Our dear North American brothers and sisters, it has been a bit more than a year since we first came to play for you in April 2018. Since that, we had two more runs across the U.S. and Canada and we literally fell in love with your countries. In the past, we couldn't even imagine how supportive and dedicated you are. Now the time has come to come back and show you what JINJER is at a bigger scale and finally play for you with full force as a headliner of a night. Because you deserve more — more new songs, more old songs, more JINJER." THE BROWNING frontman Jonny McBee said about the upcoming tour: "Wowwweeee, I can't wait to tour with JINJER! They are a super-SICK band and I can't wait for their fans to hear our waaaacky mixture of genres! I think we will really turn some heads in this tour!" Watch a video message about the tour from singer Tatiana below. JINJER is touring in support of its critically acclaimed EP "Micro", which came out in January. The band is hard at work on new material and anticipates a late 2019 release for its new album. Tour dates: Sep. 07 - St Louis, MO @ Fubar Sep. 08 - Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective Sep. 11 - San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick Sep. 12 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky Sep. 13 - Mesa, AZ @ Club Red Sep. 15 - Denver, CO @ Oriental Theater Sep. 17 - Albuquerque, NM @ Launch Pad Sep. 19 - Austin, TX @ Come and Take it Live Sep. 20 - Dallas, TX @ GMBQ Sep. 21 - San Antonio, TX @ River City Rockfest* Sep. 24 - Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum Sep. 25 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Respestable Street Sep. 26 - Orlando, FL @ Soundbar Sep. 27 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade Sep. 28 - Greenville, SC @ The Firmament Sep. 29 - Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage Oct. 01 - Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Vounge Oct. 02 - New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater Oct. 04 - New Bedford, MA @ The Vault @ Greasy Luck Oct. 05 - Hampton Beach, NH @ Wally’s Oct. 06 - Montreal, QC @ Astral Oct. 08 - Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck Oct. 09 - Ottawa, ON @ The Brass Monkey Oct. 10 - Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall Oct. 11 - Cleveland, OH @ The Winchester Oct. 12 - Cincinnati, OH Riverfront Theater Oct. 13 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Crafthouse Oct. 15 - Indianapolis, IN @ Black Circle Oct. 16 - Angola, IN @ The Eclectic Room Oct. 18 - Columbus, OH @ Al Rosa Villa Oct. 19 - Flint, MI @ Machine Shop Oct. 20 - Grand Rapids, MI @ The Stache @ Interection Oct. 22 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge Oct. 23 - Belvedere, IL @ Apollo Theater Oct. 24 - Waterloo, IA @ Spicoli’s Oct. 25 - Iowa City, IA @ Wildwood Smokehouse Oct. 26 - Racine, WI @ Route 20 Oct. 29 - Calgary, AB @ Dickens Oct. 30 - Edmonton, AB @ Starlite Oct. 31 - Vancouver, BC @ The Rickshaw Theater Nov. 01 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon Nov. 02 - Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater

[post_excerpt] => One of the hardest-working bands in the heavy metal landscape at the moment, Ukrainian juggernaut JINJER has announced a fall headline tour of North America. Support on the trek will come from THE BROWNING. The tour starts September 7 in St. Louis. Missouri and runs through November 2 in Portland, Oregon. Before they return stateside, JINJER will lay waste to South Africa, Turkey, and all over Europe. Tickets go on sale for venue pre-sales today and tomorrow. Tickets for the general public will be available starting this Friday, April 24. Says JINJER in a statement: "Our dear North American brothers and sisters, it has been a bit more than a year since we first came to play for you in April 2018. Since that, we had two more runs across the U.S. and Canada and we literally fell in love with your countries. In the past, we couldn't even imagine how supportive and dedicated you are. Now the time has come to come back and show you what JINJER is at a bigger scale and finally play for you with full force as a headliner of a night. Because you deserve more — more new songs, more old songs, more JINJER." THE BROWNING frontman Jonny McBee said about the upcoming tour: "Wowwweeee, I can't wait to tour with JINJER! They are a super-SICK band and I can't wait for their fans to hear our waaaacky mixture of genres! I think we will really turn some heads in this tour!" Watch a video message about the tour from singer Tatiana below. JINJER is touring in support of its critically acclaimed EP "Micro", which came out in January. The band is hard at work on new material and anticipates a late 2019 release for its new album. Tour dates: Sep. 07 - St Louis, MO @ Fubar Sep. 08 - Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective Sep. 11 - San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick Sep. 12 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky Sep. 13 - Mesa, AZ @ Club Red Sep. 15 - Denver, CO @ Oriental Theater Sep. 17 - Albuquerque, NM @ Launch Pad Sep. 19 - Austin, TX @ Come and Take it Live Sep. 20 - Dallas, TX @ GMBQ Sep. 21 - San Antonio, TX @ River City Rockfest* Sep. 24 - Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum Sep. 25 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Respestable Street Sep. 26 - Orlando, FL @ Soundbar Sep. 27 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade Sep. 28 - Greenville, SC @ The Firmament Sep. 29 - Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage Oct. 01 - Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Vounge Oct. 02 - New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater Oct. 04 - New Bedford, MA @ The Vault @ Greasy Luck Oct. 05 - Hampton Beach, NH @ Wally’s Oct. 06 - Montreal, QC @ Astral Oct. 08 - Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck Oct. 09 - Ottawa, ON @ The Brass Monkey Oct. 10 - Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall Oct. 11 - Cleveland, OH @ The Winchester Oct. 12 - Cincinnati, OH Riverfront Theater Oct. 13 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Crafthouse Oct. 15 - Indianapolis, IN @ Black Circle Oct. 16 - Angola, IN @ The Eclectic Room Oct. 18 - Columbus, OH @ Al Rosa Villa Oct. 19 - Flint, MI @ Machine Shop Oct. 20 - Grand Rapids, MI @ The Stache @ Interection Oct. 22 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge Oct. 23 - Belvedere, IL @ Apollo Theater Oct. 24 - Waterloo, IA @ Spicoli’s Oct. 25 - Iowa City, IA @ Wildwood Smokehouse Oct. 26 - Racine, WI @ Route 20 Oct. 29 - Calgary, AB @ Dickens Oct. 30 - Edmonton, AB @ Starlite Oct. 31 - Vancouver, BC @ The Rickshaw Theater Nov. 01 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon Nov. 02 - Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
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DAVID ELLEFSON Says METAL ALLEGIANCE Writes 'Really Compelling Music'

Array ( [post_title] => DAVID ELLEFSON Says METAL ALLEGIANCE Writes 'Really Compelling Music' [post_content] => MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson says one of the keys to supergroup METAL ALLEGIANCE is writing "really compelling music," which allows him and his bandmates to be more selective when it comes time to determine which guest vocalists will be singing on their songs. Comprised of Ellefson, ex-DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy, TESTAMENT lead guitarist Alex Skolnick and bassist Mark Menghi, METAL ALLEGIANCE has issued two studio albums and one EP thus far and recently celebrated its fifth anniversary with a string of shows on the West Coast. In an interview with Global AZ Media (audio below), Ellefson was asked why METAL ALLEGIANCE doesn't follow the traditional band format and prefers to use guest vocalists instead. He responded: "To just go out and play some cover songs, which we had been doing with METAL MASTERS for a couple of years and the first METAL ALLEGIANCE show, technically that was on the Motörboat cruise, but we're all original artists and we're songwriters and we all have record deals and that's what we've grown up knowing as professionals. I think when Mike Portnoy, we go to his house in Pennsylvania and write an album, we were all down for it, meaning the 'core four.' That's what really defines you as an artist, is to write and create together. The fact we come from these different genres — I'm a thrash/rock guy; Skolnick is a jazz/thrash guy; Portnoy is a prog musician and Mark Menghi, we didn't really know what he was because he was our friend, but he brought in this kind of mid-tempo PANTERA, BLACK SABBATH swagger that really none of the other three of us weren't doing. It was such a collaboration between us and the fact we wrote really compelling music — first we write songs, then we think about who we want to have singing it. I think we're doing it the right way, because it's always about the music and the friendship, then it's about adding the other people to contribute. This isn't something where we sit around and go, 'Wouldn't it be great if we could get all of these famous guys? Oh yeah, then we need to write some songs.' I think we do it the right way and the two albums we put out, the two albums and the EP, have really been based on really writing great music and then, from there, getting the right voice. I'll look at inviting John Bush [ARMORED SAINT] to sing on the song 'Bound By Silence'. You get Max Cavalera [SOULFLY] to collaborate with us on 'Voodoo Of The Godsend'. It's really about having the right pieces of the fabric, not just having someone who is famous." METAL ALLEGIANCE's most recent album, "Volume II: Power Drunk Majesty", was released last year via Nuclear Blast.

[post_excerpt] => MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson says one of the keys to supergroup METAL ALLEGIANCE is writing "really compelling music," which allows him and his bandmates to be more selective when it comes time to determine which guest vocalists will be singing on their songs. Comprised of Ellefson, ex-DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy, TESTAMENT lead guitarist Alex Skolnick and bassist Mark Menghi, METAL ALLEGIANCE has issued two studio albums and one EP thus far and recently celebrated its fifth anniversary with a string of shows on the West Coast. In an interview with Global AZ Media (audio below), Ellefson was asked why METAL ALLEGIANCE doesn't follow the traditional band format and prefers to use guest vocalists instead. He responded: "To just go out and play some cover songs, which we had been doing with METAL MASTERS for a couple of years and the first METAL ALLEGIANCE show, technically that was on the Motörboat cruise, but we're all original artists and we're songwriters and we all have record deals and that's what we've grown up knowing as professionals. I think when Mike Portnoy, we go to his house in Pennsylvania and write an album, we were all down for it, meaning the 'core four.' That's what really defines you as an artist, is to write and create together. The fact we come from these different genres — I'm a thrash/rock guy; Skolnick is a jazz/thrash guy; Portnoy is a prog musician and Mark Menghi, we didn't really know what he was because he was our friend, but he brought in this kind of mid-tempo PANTERA, BLACK SABBATH swagger that really none of the other three of us weren't doing. It was such a collaboration between us and the fact we wrote really compelling music — first we write songs, then we think about who we want to have singing it. I think we're doing it the right way, because it's always about the music and the friendship, then it's about adding the other people to contribute. This isn't something where we sit around and go, 'Wouldn't it be great if we could get all of these famous guys? Oh yeah, then we need to write some songs.' I think we do it the right way and the two albums we put out, the two albums and the EP, have really been based on really writing great music and then, from there, getting the right voice. I'll look at inviting John Bush [ARMORED SAINT] to sing on the song 'Bound By Silence'. You get Max Cavalera [SOULFLY] to collaborate with us on 'Voodoo Of The Godsend'. It's really about having the right pieces of the fabric, not just having someone who is famous." METAL ALLEGIANCE's most recent album, "Volume II: Power Drunk Majesty", was released last year via Nuclear Blast.
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Array ( [post_title] => DAVID ELLEFSON Says METAL ALLEGIANCE Writes 'Really Compelling Music' [post_content] => MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson says one of the keys to supergroup METAL ALLEGIANCE is writing "really compelling music," which allows him and his bandmates to be more selective when it comes time to determine which guest vocalists will be singing on their songs. Comprised of Ellefson, ex-DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy, TESTAMENT lead guitarist Alex Skolnick and bassist Mark Menghi, METAL ALLEGIANCE has issued two studio albums and one EP thus far and recently celebrated its fifth anniversary with a string of shows on the West Coast. In an interview with Global AZ Media (audio below), Ellefson was asked why METAL ALLEGIANCE doesn't follow the traditional band format and prefers to use guest vocalists instead. He responded: "To just go out and play some cover songs, which we had been doing with METAL MASTERS for a couple of years and the first METAL ALLEGIANCE show, technically that was on the Motörboat cruise, but we're all original artists and we're songwriters and we all have record deals and that's what we've grown up knowing as professionals. I think when Mike Portnoy, we go to his house in Pennsylvania and write an album, we were all down for it, meaning the 'core four.' That's what really defines you as an artist, is to write and create together. The fact we come from these different genres — I'm a thrash/rock guy; Skolnick is a jazz/thrash guy; Portnoy is a prog musician and Mark Menghi, we didn't really know what he was because he was our friend, but he brought in this kind of mid-tempo PANTERA, BLACK SABBATH swagger that really none of the other three of us weren't doing. It was such a collaboration between us and the fact we wrote really compelling music — first we write songs, then we think about who we want to have singing it. I think we're doing it the right way, because it's always about the music and the friendship, then it's about adding the other people to contribute. This isn't something where we sit around and go, 'Wouldn't it be great if we could get all of these famous guys? Oh yeah, then we need to write some songs.' I think we do it the right way and the two albums we put out, the two albums and the EP, have really been based on really writing great music and then, from there, getting the right voice. I'll look at inviting John Bush [ARMORED SAINT] to sing on the song 'Bound By Silence'. You get Max Cavalera [SOULFLY] to collaborate with us on 'Voodoo Of The Godsend'. It's really about having the right pieces of the fabric, not just having someone who is famous." METAL ALLEGIANCE's most recent album, "Volume II: Power Drunk Majesty", was released last year via Nuclear Blast.

[post_excerpt] => MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson says one of the keys to supergroup METAL ALLEGIANCE is writing "really compelling music," which allows him and his bandmates to be more selective when it comes time to determine which guest vocalists will be singing on their songs. Comprised of Ellefson, ex-DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy, TESTAMENT lead guitarist Alex Skolnick and bassist Mark Menghi, METAL ALLEGIANCE has issued two studio albums and one EP thus far and recently celebrated its fifth anniversary with a string of shows on the West Coast. In an interview with Global AZ Media (audio below), Ellefson was asked why METAL ALLEGIANCE doesn't follow the traditional band format and prefers to use guest vocalists instead. He responded: "To just go out and play some cover songs, which we had been doing with METAL MASTERS for a couple of years and the first METAL ALLEGIANCE show, technically that was on the Motörboat cruise, but we're all original artists and we're songwriters and we all have record deals and that's what we've grown up knowing as professionals. I think when Mike Portnoy, we go to his house in Pennsylvania and write an album, we were all down for it, meaning the 'core four.' That's what really defines you as an artist, is to write and create together. The fact we come from these different genres — I'm a thrash/rock guy; Skolnick is a jazz/thrash guy; Portnoy is a prog musician and Mark Menghi, we didn't really know what he was because he was our friend, but he brought in this kind of mid-tempo PANTERA, BLACK SABBATH swagger that really none of the other three of us weren't doing. It was such a collaboration between us and the fact we wrote really compelling music — first we write songs, then we think about who we want to have singing it. I think we're doing it the right way, because it's always about the music and the friendship, then it's about adding the other people to contribute. This isn't something where we sit around and go, 'Wouldn't it be great if we could get all of these famous guys? Oh yeah, then we need to write some songs.' I think we do it the right way and the two albums we put out, the two albums and the EP, have really been based on really writing great music and then, from there, getting the right voice. I'll look at inviting John Bush [ARMORED SAINT] to sing on the song 'Bound By Silence'. You get Max Cavalera [SOULFLY] to collaborate with us on 'Voodoo Of The Godsend'. It's really about having the right pieces of the fabric, not just having someone who is famous." METAL ALLEGIANCE's most recent album, "Volume II: Power Drunk Majesty", was released last year via Nuclear Blast.
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JOHN 5: 'I'm Always Happy With A Guitar In My Hand'

Array ( [post_title] => JOHN 5: 'I'm Always Happy With A Guitar In My Hand' [post_content] => Banger TV 's Daniel Dekay recently conducted an interview with guitarist John 5 (MARILYN MANSON, ROB ZOMBIE). You can watch the entire interview below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On jumpstarting his musical career: John: "I drove out with the drummer from MEGADETH, Chuck Behler, he was on the 'So Far…So Good…So What?' album. We drove out together and I didn't know anything. I came from a very secluded, very safe upbringing and I didn't know anything. I got to L.A., slept on the floor and these other guys were around, they stole my money — not Chuck, but friends and stuff, stole my money. I had nothing. I had nothing the first day. I knew one other person and I went and stayed with him and lived in a room, a rehearsal room, no bathroom or anything. I just sat in there and played. I was a valet for celebrity parties. I would park everybody's car and I would take their car because they would be in this party for three hours, so I would be driving Don Henley's car around and pick up my friends." On his backing band in JOHN 5 AND THE CREATURES, which includes bassist Ian Ross and drummer Logan Miles Nix: John: "Those poor guys. I rehearse them like crazy. It's a difficult show. It's a difficult show because there's so much going on. There's all these notes, there's all these things and if someone is going like this [waves hands] at the show and they're trying to get your attention and if someone is pounding on your foot off-beat or something like that, you're, like, 'How distracting is that?' When you're going like this and it's got to be just on time perfect and if someone is off-beat, you're like 'Ah!' I rehearse the band so hard just for those things because those things happen. Last night, I was getting shocked up there. I'm playing: 'Okay, I'm getting shocked, too, but I can't take this hand away and signal anything because I'm playing.' So, it's difficult." On trying to replicate studio albums exactly in the live arena: John: "I guess everything is from when you're a kid. I went to go see a certain band and I was so excited because I knew every lick, I knew every fill and every lyric and all that stuff and I was so excited. When I got there, and they would change the songs around so much and I remember I was disappointed a little bit. Then I would go see another band and it was exact and I really think there is an art of playing something exactly how it was written, I really do. It's just like a piece of music, like Mozart, you're going to change it. You're going to play it just how it is. It kind of bit me in the ass because my instrumental stuff, now I have to play everything exactly and there's a lot of notes to remember over and hour-and-a-half show. There's got to be close to five hundred thousand notes to remember in a perfect sequence, but I really enjoy playing things exactly how they're recorded. And when I'm recording now, I'm, like, 'Am I going to be able to do this live? Am I going to be hitting this pedal and doing this?' I always record my stuff because then when I play live, it sounds just like the record." On whether he considers himself to be a "musical chameleon": John: "I really wanted to be a session guy and I saw this show, this thing on HBO and it was 'Session Man'. I was so little and I was, like, 'That's what I want to do. This guy gets to play on all these records, which he knew all these styles.' That show changed my life. I started at such a young age learning every style of music, the country and the bluegrass and the western swing and the rock — everything. It really helped me when I started working a lot and touring a lot because people would ask for this and that. Like, when I went on an audition for K.D. Lang, it was a lot of open tuning or Nashville tuning and things like that. Luckily, I had some education on that and it helped a lot." On whether being in the studio and onstage satisfies him musically: John: "I'm always happy with a guitar in my hand. Luckily, I get to record, then also play live, so I have the best of both worlds in that sense. Sometimes if you're in the studio for a very long time, you want to get out and play live shows and vice versa. So, it's a wonderful thing. I get to do all this stuff with the guitar and the things I love to do. It's a wonderful life and I couldn't be happier, even when it's cold and rainy, I'm so lucky to be here." JOHN 5 AND THE CREATURES' new full-length album, "Invasion", will be released in July. Just like 2017's "Season Of The Witch", the new disc — produced and mixed by Barry Pointer — is being made available via a series of music videos.

[post_excerpt] => Banger TV 's Daniel Dekay recently conducted an interview with guitarist John 5 (MARILYN MANSON, ROB ZOMBIE). You can watch the entire interview below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On jumpstarting his musical career: John: "I drove out with the drummer from MEGADETH, Chuck Behler, he was on the 'So Far…So Good…So What?' album. We drove out together and I didn't know anything. I came from a very secluded, very safe upbringing and I didn't know anything. I got to L.A., slept on the floor and these other guys were around, they stole my money — not Chuck, but friends and stuff, stole my money. I had nothing. I had nothing the first day. I knew one other person and I went and stayed with him and lived in a room, a rehearsal room, no bathroom or anything. I just sat in there and played. I was a valet for celebrity parties. I would park everybody's car and I would take their car because they would be in this party for three hours, so I would be driving Don Henley's car around and pick up my friends." On his backing band in JOHN 5 AND THE CREATURES, which includes bassist Ian Ross and drummer Logan Miles Nix: John: "Those poor guys. I rehearse them like crazy. It's a difficult show. It's a difficult show because there's so much going on. There's all these notes, there's all these things and if someone is going like this [waves hands] at the show and they're trying to get your attention and if someone is pounding on your foot off-beat or something like that, you're, like, 'How distracting is that?' When you're going like this and it's got to be just on time perfect and if someone is off-beat, you're like 'Ah!' I rehearse the band so hard just for those things because those things happen. Last night, I was getting shocked up there. I'm playing: 'Okay, I'm getting shocked, too, but I can't take this hand away and signal anything because I'm playing.' So, it's difficult." On trying to replicate studio albums exactly in the live arena: John: "I guess everything is from when you're a kid. I went to go see a certain band and I was so excited because I knew every lick, I knew every fill and every lyric and all that stuff and I was so excited. When I got there, and they would change the songs around so much and I remember I was disappointed a little bit. Then I would go see another band and it was exact and I really think there is an art of playing something exactly how it was written, I really do. It's just like a piece of music, like Mozart, you're going to change it. You're going to play it just how it is. It kind of bit me in the ass because my instrumental stuff, now I have to play everything exactly and there's a lot of notes to remember over and hour-and-a-half show. There's got to be close to five hundred thousand notes to remember in a perfect sequence, but I really enjoy playing things exactly how they're recorded. And when I'm recording now, I'm, like, 'Am I going to be able to do this live? Am I going to be hitting this pedal and doing this?' I always record my stuff because then when I play live, it sounds just like the record." On whether he considers himself to be a "musical chameleon": John: "I really wanted to be a session guy and I saw this show, this thing on HBO and it was 'Session Man'. I was so little and I was, like, 'That's what I want to do. This guy gets to play on all these records, which he knew all these styles.' That show changed my life. I started at such a young age learning every style of music, the country and the bluegrass and the western swing and the rock — everything. It really helped me when I started working a lot and touring a lot because people would ask for this and that. Like, when I went on an audition for K.D. Lang, it was a lot of open tuning or Nashville tuning and things like that. Luckily, I had some education on that and it helped a lot." On whether being in the studio and onstage satisfies him musically: John: "I'm always happy with a guitar in my hand. Luckily, I get to record, then also play live, so I have the best of both worlds in that sense. Sometimes if you're in the studio for a very long time, you want to get out and play live shows and vice versa. So, it's a wonderful thing. I get to do all this stuff with the guitar and the things I love to do. It's a wonderful life and I couldn't be happier, even when it's cold and rainy, I'm so lucky to be here." JOHN 5 AND THE CREATURES' new full-length album, "Invasion", will be released in July. Just like 2017's "Season Of The Witch", the new disc — produced and mixed by Barry Pointer — is being made available via a series of music videos.
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Array ( [post_title] => JOHN 5: 'I'm Always Happy With A Guitar In My Hand' [post_content] => Banger TV 's Daniel Dekay recently conducted an interview with guitarist John 5 (MARILYN MANSON, ROB ZOMBIE). You can watch the entire interview below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On jumpstarting his musical career: John: "I drove out with the drummer from MEGADETH, Chuck Behler, he was on the 'So Far…So Good…So What?' album. We drove out together and I didn't know anything. I came from a very secluded, very safe upbringing and I didn't know anything. I got to L.A., slept on the floor and these other guys were around, they stole my money — not Chuck, but friends and stuff, stole my money. I had nothing. I had nothing the first day. I knew one other person and I went and stayed with him and lived in a room, a rehearsal room, no bathroom or anything. I just sat in there and played. I was a valet for celebrity parties. I would park everybody's car and I would take their car because they would be in this party for three hours, so I would be driving Don Henley's car around and pick up my friends." On his backing band in JOHN 5 AND THE CREATURES, which includes bassist Ian Ross and drummer Logan Miles Nix: John: "Those poor guys. I rehearse them like crazy. It's a difficult show. It's a difficult show because there's so much going on. There's all these notes, there's all these things and if someone is going like this [waves hands] at the show and they're trying to get your attention and if someone is pounding on your foot off-beat or something like that, you're, like, 'How distracting is that?' When you're going like this and it's got to be just on time perfect and if someone is off-beat, you're like 'Ah!' I rehearse the band so hard just for those things because those things happen. Last night, I was getting shocked up there. I'm playing: 'Okay, I'm getting shocked, too, but I can't take this hand away and signal anything because I'm playing.' So, it's difficult." On trying to replicate studio albums exactly in the live arena: John: "I guess everything is from when you're a kid. I went to go see a certain band and I was so excited because I knew every lick, I knew every fill and every lyric and all that stuff and I was so excited. When I got there, and they would change the songs around so much and I remember I was disappointed a little bit. Then I would go see another band and it was exact and I really think there is an art of playing something exactly how it was written, I really do. It's just like a piece of music, like Mozart, you're going to change it. You're going to play it just how it is. It kind of bit me in the ass because my instrumental stuff, now I have to play everything exactly and there's a lot of notes to remember over and hour-and-a-half show. There's got to be close to five hundred thousand notes to remember in a perfect sequence, but I really enjoy playing things exactly how they're recorded. And when I'm recording now, I'm, like, 'Am I going to be able to do this live? Am I going to be hitting this pedal and doing this?' I always record my stuff because then when I play live, it sounds just like the record." On whether he considers himself to be a "musical chameleon": John: "I really wanted to be a session guy and I saw this show, this thing on HBO and it was 'Session Man'. I was so little and I was, like, 'That's what I want to do. This guy gets to play on all these records, which he knew all these styles.' That show changed my life. I started at such a young age learning every style of music, the country and the bluegrass and the western swing and the rock — everything. It really helped me when I started working a lot and touring a lot because people would ask for this and that. Like, when I went on an audition for K.D. Lang, it was a lot of open tuning or Nashville tuning and things like that. Luckily, I had some education on that and it helped a lot." On whether being in the studio and onstage satisfies him musically: John: "I'm always happy with a guitar in my hand. Luckily, I get to record, then also play live, so I have the best of both worlds in that sense. Sometimes if you're in the studio for a very long time, you want to get out and play live shows and vice versa. So, it's a wonderful thing. I get to do all this stuff with the guitar and the things I love to do. It's a wonderful life and I couldn't be happier, even when it's cold and rainy, I'm so lucky to be here." JOHN 5 AND THE CREATURES' new full-length album, "Invasion", will be released in July. Just like 2017's "Season Of The Witch", the new disc — produced and mixed by Barry Pointer — is being made available via a series of music videos.

[post_excerpt] => Banger TV 's Daniel Dekay recently conducted an interview with guitarist John 5 (MARILYN MANSON, ROB ZOMBIE). You can watch the entire interview below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On jumpstarting his musical career: John: "I drove out with the drummer from MEGADETH, Chuck Behler, he was on the 'So Far…So Good…So What?' album. We drove out together and I didn't know anything. I came from a very secluded, very safe upbringing and I didn't know anything. I got to L.A., slept on the floor and these other guys were around, they stole my money — not Chuck, but friends and stuff, stole my money. I had nothing. I had nothing the first day. I knew one other person and I went and stayed with him and lived in a room, a rehearsal room, no bathroom or anything. I just sat in there and played. I was a valet for celebrity parties. I would park everybody's car and I would take their car because they would be in this party for three hours, so I would be driving Don Henley's car around and pick up my friends." On his backing band in JOHN 5 AND THE CREATURES, which includes bassist Ian Ross and drummer Logan Miles Nix: John: "Those poor guys. I rehearse them like crazy. It's a difficult show. It's a difficult show because there's so much going on. There's all these notes, there's all these things and if someone is going like this [waves hands] at the show and they're trying to get your attention and if someone is pounding on your foot off-beat or something like that, you're, like, 'How distracting is that?' When you're going like this and it's got to be just on time perfect and if someone is off-beat, you're like 'Ah!' I rehearse the band so hard just for those things because those things happen. Last night, I was getting shocked up there. I'm playing: 'Okay, I'm getting shocked, too, but I can't take this hand away and signal anything because I'm playing.' So, it's difficult." On trying to replicate studio albums exactly in the live arena: John: "I guess everything is from when you're a kid. I went to go see a certain band and I was so excited because I knew every lick, I knew every fill and every lyric and all that stuff and I was so excited. When I got there, and they would change the songs around so much and I remember I was disappointed a little bit. Then I would go see another band and it was exact and I really think there is an art of playing something exactly how it was written, I really do. It's just like a piece of music, like Mozart, you're going to change it. You're going to play it just how it is. It kind of bit me in the ass because my instrumental stuff, now I have to play everything exactly and there's a lot of notes to remember over and hour-and-a-half show. There's got to be close to five hundred thousand notes to remember in a perfect sequence, but I really enjoy playing things exactly how they're recorded. And when I'm recording now, I'm, like, 'Am I going to be able to do this live? Am I going to be hitting this pedal and doing this?' I always record my stuff because then when I play live, it sounds just like the record." On whether he considers himself to be a "musical chameleon": John: "I really wanted to be a session guy and I saw this show, this thing on HBO and it was 'Session Man'. I was so little and I was, like, 'That's what I want to do. This guy gets to play on all these records, which he knew all these styles.' That show changed my life. I started at such a young age learning every style of music, the country and the bluegrass and the western swing and the rock — everything. It really helped me when I started working a lot and touring a lot because people would ask for this and that. Like, when I went on an audition for K.D. Lang, it was a lot of open tuning or Nashville tuning and things like that. Luckily, I had some education on that and it helped a lot." On whether being in the studio and onstage satisfies him musically: John: "I'm always happy with a guitar in my hand. Luckily, I get to record, then also play live, so I have the best of both worlds in that sense. Sometimes if you're in the studio for a very long time, you want to get out and play live shows and vice versa. So, it's a wonderful thing. I get to do all this stuff with the guitar and the things I love to do. It's a wonderful life and I couldn't be happier, even when it's cold and rainy, I'm so lucky to be here." JOHN 5 AND THE CREATURES' new full-length album, "Invasion", will be released in July. Just like 2017's "Season Of The Witch", the new disc — produced and mixed by Barry Pointer — is being made available via a series of music videos.
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TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON Teases 'Promises' Single

Array ( [post_title] => TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON Teases 'Promises' Single [post_content] => TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON will release its new album, "Return To Eden", on June 14 via Frontiers Music Srl. Guests on the disc include Todd Michael Hall (RIOT V), Mariangela Demurtas (TRISTANIA), Zachary Stevens (SAVATAGE), Anneke Van Giersbergen (THE GATHERING) and Eduard Hovinga (ELEGY). A snippet of the album's first single, "Promises", is available below. The full track will be released tomorrow (Tuesday, April 23). Formed in the autumn of 2012, TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON released its debut album, "The Land Of New Hope", in May 2013. A follow-up effort, "Angels Of The Apocalypse", was issued in May 2014. Although AVALON has been described by the media as a metal opera, it really is a vehicle for former STRATOVARIUS guitarist Timo Tolkki to express his music in various formats using high-quality musicians. It doesn't have a permanent lineup except for Tolkki. The project's name comes from the film "The Mists Of Avalon", which tells the story of King Arthur. The film describes Avalon as a place likened to "heaven" that normal mortals cannot see and it is divided by mist. It is one of Tolkki's favorite films. "Return To Eden" track listing: 01. Enlighten 02. Promises (feat. Todd Michael Hall) 03. Return To Eden (feat. Mariangela Demurtas, Zachary Stevens, & Todd Michael Hall) 04. Hear My Call (feat. Anneke Van Giersbergen) 05. Now and Forever (feat. Todd Michael Hall) 06. Miles Away (feat. Zachary Stevens) 07. Limits (feat. Eduard Hovinga) 08. We Are The Ones (feat. Anneke Van Giersbergen) 09. Godsend (feat. Mariangela Demurtas) 10. Give Me Hope (feat. Eduard Hovinga) 11. Wasted Dreams (feat. Zachary Stevens) 12. Guiding Star (feat. Mariangela Demurtas)

[post_excerpt] => TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON will release its new album, "Return To Eden", on June 14 via Frontiers Music Srl. Guests on the disc include Todd Michael Hall (RIOT V), Mariangela Demurtas (TRISTANIA), Zachary Stevens (SAVATAGE), Anneke Van Giersbergen (THE GATHERING) and Eduard Hovinga (ELEGY). A snippet of the album's first single, "Promises", is available below. The full track will be released tomorrow (Tuesday, April 23). Formed in the autumn of 2012, TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON released its debut album, "The Land Of New Hope", in May 2013. A follow-up effort, "Angels Of The Apocalypse", was issued in May 2014. Although AVALON has been described by the media as a metal opera, it really is a vehicle for former STRATOVARIUS guitarist Timo Tolkki to express his music in various formats using high-quality musicians. It doesn't have a permanent lineup except for Tolkki. The project's name comes from the film "The Mists Of Avalon", which tells the story of King Arthur. The film describes Avalon as a place likened to "heaven" that normal mortals cannot see and it is divided by mist. It is one of Tolkki's favorite films. "Return To Eden" track listing: 01. Enlighten 02. Promises (feat. Todd Michael Hall) 03. Return To Eden (feat. Mariangela Demurtas, Zachary Stevens, & Todd Michael Hall) 04. Hear My Call (feat. Anneke Van Giersbergen) 05. Now and Forever (feat. Todd Michael Hall) 06. Miles Away (feat. Zachary Stevens) 07. Limits (feat. Eduard Hovinga) 08. We Are The Ones (feat. Anneke Van Giersbergen) 09. Godsend (feat. Mariangela Demurtas) 10. Give Me Hope (feat. Eduard Hovinga) 11. Wasted Dreams (feat. Zachary Stevens) 12. Guiding Star (feat. Mariangela Demurtas)
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Replacing images : - ON TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON will release its new album, "Return To Eden", on June 14 via Frontiers Music Srl. Guests on the disc include Todd Michael Hall (RIOT V), Mariangela Demurtas (TRISTANIA), Zachary Stevens (SAVATAGE), Anneke Van Giersbergen (THE GATHERING) and Eduard Hovinga (ELEGY). A snippet of the album's first single, "Promises", is available below. The full track will be released tomorrow (Tuesday, April 23). Formed in the autumn of 2012, TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON released its debut album, "The Land Of New Hope", in May 2013. A follow-up effort, "Angels Of The Apocalypse", was issued in May 2014. Although AVALON has been described by the media as a metal opera, it really is a vehicle for former STRATOVARIUS guitarist Timo Tolkki to express his music in various formats using high-quality musicians. It doesn't have a permanent lineup except for Tolkki. The project's name comes from the film "The Mists Of Avalon", which tells the story of King Arthur. The film describes Avalon as a place likened to "heaven" that normal mortals cannot see and it is divided by mist. It is one of Tolkki's favorite films. "Return To Eden" track listing: 01. Enlighten 02. Promises (feat. Todd Michael Hall) 03. Return To Eden (feat. Mariangela Demurtas, Zachary Stevens, & Todd Michael Hall) 04. Hear My Call (feat. Anneke Van Giersbergen) 05. Now and Forever (feat. Todd Michael Hall) 06. Miles Away (feat. Zachary Stevens) 07. Limits (feat. Eduard Hovinga) 08. We Are The Ones (feat. Anneke Van Giersbergen) 09. Godsend (feat. Mariangela Demurtas) 10. Give Me Hope (feat. Eduard Hovinga) 11. Wasted Dreams (feat. Zachary Stevens) 12. Guiding Star (feat. Mariangela Demurtas)

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Array ( [post_title] => TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON Teases 'Promises' Single [post_content] => TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON will release its new album, "Return To Eden", on June 14 via Frontiers Music Srl. Guests on the disc include Todd Michael Hall (RIOT V), Mariangela Demurtas (TRISTANIA), Zachary Stevens (SAVATAGE), Anneke Van Giersbergen (THE GATHERING) and Eduard Hovinga (ELEGY). A snippet of the album's first single, "Promises", is available below. The full track will be released tomorrow (Tuesday, April 23). Formed in the autumn of 2012, TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON released its debut album, "The Land Of New Hope", in May 2013. A follow-up effort, "Angels Of The Apocalypse", was issued in May 2014. Although AVALON has been described by the media as a metal opera, it really is a vehicle for former STRATOVARIUS guitarist Timo Tolkki to express his music in various formats using high-quality musicians. It doesn't have a permanent lineup except for Tolkki. The project's name comes from the film "The Mists Of Avalon", which tells the story of King Arthur. The film describes Avalon as a place likened to "heaven" that normal mortals cannot see and it is divided by mist. It is one of Tolkki's favorite films. "Return To Eden" track listing: 01. Enlighten 02. Promises (feat. Todd Michael Hall) 03. Return To Eden (feat. Mariangela Demurtas, Zachary Stevens, & Todd Michael Hall) 04. Hear My Call (feat. Anneke Van Giersbergen) 05. Now and Forever (feat. Todd Michael Hall) 06. Miles Away (feat. Zachary Stevens) 07. Limits (feat. Eduard Hovinga) 08. We Are The Ones (feat. Anneke Van Giersbergen) 09. Godsend (feat. Mariangela Demurtas) 10. Give Me Hope (feat. Eduard Hovinga) 11. Wasted Dreams (feat. Zachary Stevens) 12. Guiding Star (feat. Mariangela Demurtas)

[post_excerpt] => TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON will release its new album, "Return To Eden", on June 14 via Frontiers Music Srl. Guests on the disc include Todd Michael Hall (RIOT V), Mariangela Demurtas (TRISTANIA), Zachary Stevens (SAVATAGE), Anneke Van Giersbergen (THE GATHERING) and Eduard Hovinga (ELEGY). A snippet of the album's first single, "Promises", is available below. The full track will be released tomorrow (Tuesday, April 23). Formed in the autumn of 2012, TIMO TOLKKI'S AVALON released its debut album, "The Land Of New Hope", in May 2013. A follow-up effort, "Angels Of The Apocalypse", was issued in May 2014. Although AVALON has been described by the media as a metal opera, it really is a vehicle for former STRATOVARIUS guitarist Timo Tolkki to express his music in various formats using high-quality musicians. It doesn't have a permanent lineup except for Tolkki. The project's name comes from the film "The Mists Of Avalon", which tells the story of King Arthur. The film describes Avalon as a place likened to "heaven" that normal mortals cannot see and it is divided by mist. It is one of Tolkki's favorite films. "Return To Eden" track listing: 01. Enlighten 02. Promises (feat. Todd Michael Hall) 03. Return To Eden (feat. Mariangela Demurtas, Zachary Stevens, & Todd Michael Hall) 04. Hear My Call (feat. Anneke Van Giersbergen) 05. Now and Forever (feat. Todd Michael Hall) 06. Miles Away (feat. Zachary Stevens) 07. Limits (feat. Eduard Hovinga) 08. We Are The Ones (feat. Anneke Van Giersbergen) 09. Godsend (feat. Mariangela Demurtas) 10. Give Me Hope (feat. Eduard Hovinga) 11. Wasted Dreams (feat. Zachary Stevens) 12. Guiding Star (feat. Mariangela Demurtas)
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DREAM THEATER's MIKE MANGINI: 'We're Not Selfish, But We're Going To Do What We Want'

Array ( [post_title] => DREAM THEATER's MIKE MANGINI: 'We're Not Selfish, But We're Going To Do What We Want' [post_content] => Mistress Carrie of Boston radio station WAAF recently conducted an interview with drummer Mike Mangini of progressive metal giants DREAM THEATER. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On whether DREAM THEATER fans point out the band's mistakes after a live performance: Mike: "Let me tell you something: I can make a post from a YouTube channel I have. I might get thirty-five thousand hits. Somebody puts up me doing something they don't like or not playing it exactly like it used to, five hundred thousand hits. Five hundred thousand hits. It's amazing." On DREAM THEATER's latest studio album, "Distance Over Time": Mike: "The new album, it's the first time since I've been in the band that all of us got together and wrote it together and showed up with ideas in the cellphone and we went away together and we cooked and we ate food and we laughed a lot. We went to Monticello, New York. There's a studio there — we have a pretty good-sized team. The team of engineers and techs, they work with other companies to get proper equipment to bring to the existing studio because it wasn't up to par to keep up with 409 drums and 97 keyboards and 22,000 guitars. So, we went away and our guitarist John [Petrucci] is our producer. John collected a bunch of ideas and we discussed the kind of record we were going to make and all of those things, to the sound, to the vibe, to the song lengths, everything." On pleasing DREAM THEATER's die-hard fanbase: Mike: "You also have to remember things like being a fan. We remember being fans when our favorite bands released a record and it wasn't what we were used to; it didn't make us too happy. You have to be that fan. We're aware of that, we are. We're not selfish, but we're going to do what we want. It's like, when anyone has done that, it hasn't worked out all the time. We got together, everyone played some of their ideas and John had a pen and a yellow notebook paper — we had 40 or 50, 60 ideas, which didn't even include — I had ten on my computer and we were writing. I got up three hours early, we had 12-hour days, I was there three hours ahead of time, writing a piece of music that might fit something from the day before. They were all doing the same thing or whatever. We together, offered ideas and just went with it." On "Paralyzed", the first song released from "Distance Over Time": Mike: "'Paralyzed' was the song that was written second, actually. It came from a discussion — 'Let's have a hard-hitting, straight-ahead thing that is very palatable and has some cool stuff in it.' It's not because I'm here, but I wrote that music, the initial riff, a version of it. That was mine, written with everyone's parts, it had keyboard, bass, drums, the whole bit and I played that, but because we had written another song the day before or two days before that was more complicated. I'm sorry, less complicated in a spot. I wrote this thing in like a strange time signature. John, he was so polite. Petrucci goes, 'Do you mind if I change a couple of notes?' I'm, like, 'I don't care!' It's the first time I've ever done anything like this. Do what you want.' People had suggestions, so he changed a few notes. Some of the guys: 'Okay, if we did a third time differently…' That stuff happens. It came out. I offered the seed, everyone contributes what they think and then it gets written, then we discuss 'Let's repeat that again. Let's not repeat that again.' It was so heavy and straightforward that it got written again pretty quickly. That's what it was. It was meant to be a song with a lot of air in the groove. I changed my drum set for it. I have a bigger bass drum and less bass drums and less drums to create a little bit more air in the sound." DREAM THEATER's 14th studio album, "Distance Over Time" was released on February 22. The artwork was created by long-time cover collaborator Hugh Syme (RUSH, IRON MAIDEN, STONE SOUR). The disc was produced by Petrucci, mixed by Ben Grosse and mastered by Tom Baker.

[post_excerpt] => Mistress Carrie of Boston radio station WAAF recently conducted an interview with drummer Mike Mangini of progressive metal giants DREAM THEATER. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On whether DREAM THEATER fans point out the band's mistakes after a live performance: Mike: "Let me tell you something: I can make a post from a YouTube channel I have. I might get thirty-five thousand hits. Somebody puts up me doing something they don't like or not playing it exactly like it used to, five hundred thousand hits. Five hundred thousand hits. It's amazing." On DREAM THEATER's latest studio album, "Distance Over Time": Mike: "The new album, it's the first time since I've been in the band that all of us got together and wrote it together and showed up with ideas in the cellphone and we went away together and we cooked and we ate food and we laughed a lot. We went to Monticello, New York. There's a studio there — we have a pretty good-sized team. The team of engineers and techs, they work with other companies to get proper equipment to bring to the existing studio because it wasn't up to par to keep up with 409 drums and 97 keyboards and 22,000 guitars. So, we went away and our guitarist John [Petrucci] is our producer. John collected a bunch of ideas and we discussed the kind of record we were going to make and all of those things, to the sound, to the vibe, to the song lengths, everything." On pleasing DREAM THEATER's die-hard fanbase: Mike: "You also have to remember things like being a fan. We remember being fans when our favorite bands released a record and it wasn't what we were used to; it didn't make us too happy. You have to be that fan. We're aware of that, we are. We're not selfish, but we're going to do what we want. It's like, when anyone has done that, it hasn't worked out all the time. We got together, everyone played some of their ideas and John had a pen and a yellow notebook paper — we had 40 or 50, 60 ideas, which didn't even include — I had ten on my computer and we were writing. I got up three hours early, we had 12-hour days, I was there three hours ahead of time, writing a piece of music that might fit something from the day before. They were all doing the same thing or whatever. We together, offered ideas and just went with it." On "Paralyzed", the first song released from "Distance Over Time": Mike: "'Paralyzed' was the song that was written second, actually. It came from a discussion — 'Let's have a hard-hitting, straight-ahead thing that is very palatable and has some cool stuff in it.' It's not because I'm here, but I wrote that music, the initial riff, a version of it. That was mine, written with everyone's parts, it had keyboard, bass, drums, the whole bit and I played that, but because we had written another song the day before or two days before that was more complicated. I'm sorry, less complicated in a spot. I wrote this thing in like a strange time signature. John, he was so polite. Petrucci goes, 'Do you mind if I change a couple of notes?' I'm, like, 'I don't care!' It's the first time I've ever done anything like this. Do what you want.' People had suggestions, so he changed a few notes. Some of the guys: 'Okay, if we did a third time differently…' That stuff happens. It came out. I offered the seed, everyone contributes what they think and then it gets written, then we discuss 'Let's repeat that again. Let's not repeat that again.' It was so heavy and straightforward that it got written again pretty quickly. That's what it was. It was meant to be a song with a lot of air in the groove. I changed my drum set for it. I have a bigger bass drum and less bass drums and less drums to create a little bit more air in the sound." DREAM THEATER's 14th studio album, "Distance Over Time" was released on February 22. The artwork was created by long-time cover collaborator Hugh Syme (RUSH, IRON MAIDEN, STONE SOUR). The disc was produced by Petrucci, mixed by Ben Grosse and mastered by Tom Baker.
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Array ( [post_title] => DREAM THEATER's MIKE MANGINI: 'We're Not Selfish, But We're Going To Do What We Want' [post_content] => Mistress Carrie of Boston radio station WAAF recently conducted an interview with drummer Mike Mangini of progressive metal giants DREAM THEATER. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On whether DREAM THEATER fans point out the band's mistakes after a live performance: Mike: "Let me tell you something: I can make a post from a YouTube channel I have. I might get thirty-five thousand hits. Somebody puts up me doing something they don't like or not playing it exactly like it used to, five hundred thousand hits. Five hundred thousand hits. It's amazing." On DREAM THEATER's latest studio album, "Distance Over Time": Mike: "The new album, it's the first time since I've been in the band that all of us got together and wrote it together and showed up with ideas in the cellphone and we went away together and we cooked and we ate food and we laughed a lot. We went to Monticello, New York. There's a studio there — we have a pretty good-sized team. The team of engineers and techs, they work with other companies to get proper equipment to bring to the existing studio because it wasn't up to par to keep up with 409 drums and 97 keyboards and 22,000 guitars. So, we went away and our guitarist John [Petrucci] is our producer. John collected a bunch of ideas and we discussed the kind of record we were going to make and all of those things, to the sound, to the vibe, to the song lengths, everything." On pleasing DREAM THEATER's die-hard fanbase: Mike: "You also have to remember things like being a fan. We remember being fans when our favorite bands released a record and it wasn't what we were used to; it didn't make us too happy. You have to be that fan. We're aware of that, we are. We're not selfish, but we're going to do what we want. It's like, when anyone has done that, it hasn't worked out all the time. We got together, everyone played some of their ideas and John had a pen and a yellow notebook paper — we had 40 or 50, 60 ideas, which didn't even include — I had ten on my computer and we were writing. I got up three hours early, we had 12-hour days, I was there three hours ahead of time, writing a piece of music that might fit something from the day before. They were all doing the same thing or whatever. We together, offered ideas and just went with it." On "Paralyzed", the first song released from "Distance Over Time": Mike: "'Paralyzed' was the song that was written second, actually. It came from a discussion — 'Let's have a hard-hitting, straight-ahead thing that is very palatable and has some cool stuff in it.' It's not because I'm here, but I wrote that music, the initial riff, a version of it. That was mine, written with everyone's parts, it had keyboard, bass, drums, the whole bit and I played that, but because we had written another song the day before or two days before that was more complicated. I'm sorry, less complicated in a spot. I wrote this thing in like a strange time signature. John, he was so polite. Petrucci goes, 'Do you mind if I change a couple of notes?' I'm, like, 'I don't care!' It's the first time I've ever done anything like this. Do what you want.' People had suggestions, so he changed a few notes. Some of the guys: 'Okay, if we did a third time differently…' That stuff happens. It came out. I offered the seed, everyone contributes what they think and then it gets written, then we discuss 'Let's repeat that again. Let's not repeat that again.' It was so heavy and straightforward that it got written again pretty quickly. That's what it was. It was meant to be a song with a lot of air in the groove. I changed my drum set for it. I have a bigger bass drum and less bass drums and less drums to create a little bit more air in the sound." DREAM THEATER's 14th studio album, "Distance Over Time" was released on February 22. The artwork was created by long-time cover collaborator Hugh Syme (RUSH, IRON MAIDEN, STONE SOUR). The disc was produced by Petrucci, mixed by Ben Grosse and mastered by Tom Baker.

[post_excerpt] => Mistress Carrie of Boston radio station WAAF recently conducted an interview with drummer Mike Mangini of progressive metal giants DREAM THEATER. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On whether DREAM THEATER fans point out the band's mistakes after a live performance: Mike: "Let me tell you something: I can make a post from a YouTube channel I have. I might get thirty-five thousand hits. Somebody puts up me doing something they don't like or not playing it exactly like it used to, five hundred thousand hits. Five hundred thousand hits. It's amazing." On DREAM THEATER's latest studio album, "Distance Over Time": Mike: "The new album, it's the first time since I've been in the band that all of us got together and wrote it together and showed up with ideas in the cellphone and we went away together and we cooked and we ate food and we laughed a lot. We went to Monticello, New York. There's a studio there — we have a pretty good-sized team. The team of engineers and techs, they work with other companies to get proper equipment to bring to the existing studio because it wasn't up to par to keep up with 409 drums and 97 keyboards and 22,000 guitars. So, we went away and our guitarist John [Petrucci] is our producer. John collected a bunch of ideas and we discussed the kind of record we were going to make and all of those things, to the sound, to the vibe, to the song lengths, everything." On pleasing DREAM THEATER's die-hard fanbase: Mike: "You also have to remember things like being a fan. We remember being fans when our favorite bands released a record and it wasn't what we were used to; it didn't make us too happy. You have to be that fan. We're aware of that, we are. We're not selfish, but we're going to do what we want. It's like, when anyone has done that, it hasn't worked out all the time. We got together, everyone played some of their ideas and John had a pen and a yellow notebook paper — we had 40 or 50, 60 ideas, which didn't even include — I had ten on my computer and we were writing. I got up three hours early, we had 12-hour days, I was there three hours ahead of time, writing a piece of music that might fit something from the day before. They were all doing the same thing or whatever. We together, offered ideas and just went with it." On "Paralyzed", the first song released from "Distance Over Time": Mike: "'Paralyzed' was the song that was written second, actually. It came from a discussion — 'Let's have a hard-hitting, straight-ahead thing that is very palatable and has some cool stuff in it.' It's not because I'm here, but I wrote that music, the initial riff, a version of it. That was mine, written with everyone's parts, it had keyboard, bass, drums, the whole bit and I played that, but because we had written another song the day before or two days before that was more complicated. I'm sorry, less complicated in a spot. I wrote this thing in like a strange time signature. John, he was so polite. Petrucci goes, 'Do you mind if I change a couple of notes?' I'm, like, 'I don't care!' It's the first time I've ever done anything like this. Do what you want.' People had suggestions, so he changed a few notes. Some of the guys: 'Okay, if we did a third time differently…' That stuff happens. It came out. I offered the seed, everyone contributes what they think and then it gets written, then we discuss 'Let's repeat that again. Let's not repeat that again.' It was so heavy and straightforward that it got written again pretty quickly. That's what it was. It was meant to be a song with a lot of air in the groove. I changed my drum set for it. I have a bigger bass drum and less bass drums and less drums to create a little bit more air in the sound." DREAM THEATER's 14th studio album, "Distance Over Time" was released on February 22. The artwork was created by long-time cover collaborator Hugh Syme (RUSH, IRON MAIDEN, STONE SOUR). The disc was produced by Petrucci, mixed by Ben Grosse and mastered by Tom Baker.
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Former MEGADETH, ANTHRAX, LIZZY BORDEN Members To Take Part In 'From Classical To Rock' Benefit Concert

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Replacing images : - ON "From Classical To Rock" has once again joined forces with the non-profit Peninsula Education Foundation (PEF) to present an intimate star-studded concert benefiting local schools. Set to take place on May 11 at the Terranea Resort in Palos Verdes, the event will bring aspiring high school musicians from local high schools, together with rock stars and acclaimed classical musicians, performing together under one roof. "From Classical To Rock" is a of a one-of-a-kind concert, auction, and epic party. Musicians involved with the event contribute their time, energy and talents to support programming funded by PEF, including music, art, physical education, library, STEM programs and much more. Private donations are still critical in maintaining music education in public schools across the country. The Palos Verdes Peninsula public schools in particular, with the PVPUSD schools receive less funding per student than nearly all other districts in Los Angeles County. "From Classical To Rock" was founded in 2016 by the famous Chinese violinist Yutong, rock musician Marten Andersson and acclaimed cellist Stan Sharp to help benefit education. Stan, Marten and Yutong produced the first concert together with bassist Robert DeLeo from the band STONE TEMPLE PILOTS and the late Chester Bennington from LINKIN PARK. The event was a huge hit (it was also the last concert Chester performed with STONE TEMPLE PILOTS) and it raised $50,000 for the PEF. "From Classical To Rock" co-founder/co-producer Yutong states: "We are once again so honored and proud to be back working with the amazing organization PEF to deliver the next level of 'From Classical To Rock' concert together with the amazing music students from the PVPUSD high schools. All while benefiting the Peninsula Education Foundation. This is a concert you don't want to miss." Scheduled concert performers: * Yutong (Pacific Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra) * Marten Andersson (STEELHEART, LIZZY BORDEN, LYNCH MOB) * Chas West (JASON BONHAM, WEST BOUND) * Monte Pittman (MADONNA, PRONG) * Neil Turbin (ANTHRAX, DEATHRIDERS) * Elliott Bark (award winning conductor) * Chris Broderick (ACT OF DEFIANCE, MEGADETH) * Christopher Lennertz (famous music composer) * Jimmy Burkhart (WEST BOUND, session guitarist) * Jane Lee (Sony recording artist) * Trameka and Joi (ESTHER gospel group) * Ben Zelico (drums) * Shane Tassart (BULLETBOYS, WHEEL IN THE SKY) * Jasmine Star (15-year-old guitar prodigy) * Makayla Dixon (14-year-old cellist prodigy) * Xander Marsden (14-year-old guitar prodigy) * Featuring PVPUSD high-schools student orchestra and choir For more information on the Peninsula Education Foundation and tickets, visit www.pvpef.org.

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SEPULTURA Banned From Playing In Lebanon Over 'Devil Worship' Accusations

Array ( [post_title] => SEPULTURA Banned From Playing In Lebanon Over 'Devil Worship' Accusations [post_content] => According to Albawaba, Lebanese authorities have banned SEPULTURA from performing in the country, accusing the Brazilian/American band of "insulting Christianity" and being "devil worshippers." Concert promoters Skull Session announced on Friday (April 19) that authorities refused to process the bandmembers' visas, foring them to cancel a planned SEPULTURA's gig in Beirut's Hamra district on April 28. Skull Session told The New Arab that they had not been allowed to see the group's "ban order" but had been given information by officers who had seen the document. "Basically, what we learned is that they are considered devil worshipers, that they have disrespected Christianity, and that they have performed in Israel," Skull Session said. "All of which are, of course, not true." Although SEPULTURA has not performed in Israel before, the band's classic 1993 video "Territory" was filmed in both Israel and Palestine, and it features shots of the band positioned defiantly around iconic sites like the Dead Sea, woven together with footage evocative of the conflict there. Travelers with Israeli stamps in their passports cannot enter Lebanon. Even if their travel documents currently do not have Israeli stamps or visas, persons seeking entry into the Republic of Lebanon who have previously traveled to Israel may still face arrest and/or detention if this travel is disclosed. SEPULTURA had previously played in the region, having performed in Dubai around two years ago. The band is set to play the city again next month. SEPULTURA made headlines in 2016 when the group's scheduled concert in Cairo was scrapped at the last minute over the same "devil-worshipping" accusations. In the early 2000s, there was strong opposition to heavy metal in Lebanon. People would be arrested in the streets for wearing a heavy metal band T-shirt as many thought it was satanic. Elia Mssawir, who helps to organize the annual Beirut Metal Fest, told CNN last year that the metal scene is largely accepted in Lebanon now and most people understand it to be a form of art. [post_excerpt] => According to Albawaba, Lebanese authorities have banned SEPULTURA from performing in the country, accusing the Brazilian/American band of "insulting Christianity" and being "devil worshippers." Concert promoters Skull Session announced on Friday (Apri... [post_date_gmt] => 2019-04-22 08:34:24 [post_date] => 2019-04-22 04:34:24 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-04-22 08:34:24 [post_modified] => 2019-04-22 04:34:24 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://92b4a6535bbe2319874bd2ad88e32588 [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/sepultura-banned-from-playing-in-lebanon-over-devil-worship-accusations/ [syndication_item_hash] => a625380722b9ca38945fae0167c248b7 ) [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 According to Albawaba, Lebanese authorities have banned SEPULTURA from performing in the country, accusing the Brazilian/American band of "insulting Christianity" and being "devil worshippers." Concert promoters Skull Session announced on Friday (April 19) that authorities refused to process the bandmembers' visas, foring them to cancel a planned SEPULTURA's gig in Beirut's Hamra district on April 28. Skull Session told The New Arab that they had not been allowed to see the group's "ban order" but had been given information by officers who had seen the document. "Basically, what we learned is that they are considered devil worshipers, that they have disrespected Christianity, and that they have performed in Israel," Skull Session said. "All of which are, of course, not true." Although SEPULTURA has not performed in Israel before, the band's classic 1993 video "Territory" was filmed in both Israel and Palestine, and it features shots of the band positioned defiantly around iconic sites like the Dead Sea, woven together with footage evocative of the conflict there. Travelers with Israeli stamps in their passports cannot enter Lebanon. Even if their travel documents currently do not have Israeli stamps or visas, persons seeking entry into the Republic of Lebanon who have previously traveled to Israel may still face arrest and/or detention if this travel is disclosed. SEPULTURA had previously played in the region, having performed in Dubai around two years ago. The band is set to play the city again next month. SEPULTURA made headlines in 2016 when the group's scheduled concert in Cairo was scrapped at the last minute over the same "devil-worshipping" accusations. In the early 2000s, there was strong opposition to heavy metal in Lebanon. People would be arrested in the streets for wearing a heavy metal band T-shirt as many thought it was satanic. Elia Mssawir, who helps to organize the annual Beirut Metal Fest, told CNN last year that the metal scene is largely accepted in Lebanon now and most people understand it to be a form of art.

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Array ( [post_title] => SEPULTURA Banned From Playing In Lebanon Over 'Devil Worship' Accusations [post_content] => According to Albawaba, Lebanese authorities have banned SEPULTURA from performing in the country, accusing the Brazilian/American band of "insulting Christianity" and being "devil worshippers." Concert promoters Skull Session announced on Friday (April 19) that authorities refused to process the bandmembers' visas, foring them to cancel a planned SEPULTURA's gig in Beirut's Hamra district on April 28. Skull Session told The New Arab that they had not been allowed to see the group's "ban order" but had been given information by officers who had seen the document. "Basically, what we learned is that they are considered devil worshipers, that they have disrespected Christianity, and that they have performed in Israel," Skull Session said. "All of which are, of course, not true." Although SEPULTURA has not performed in Israel before, the band's classic 1993 video "Territory" was filmed in both Israel and Palestine, and it features shots of the band positioned defiantly around iconic sites like the Dead Sea, woven together with footage evocative of the conflict there. Travelers with Israeli stamps in their passports cannot enter Lebanon. Even if their travel documents currently do not have Israeli stamps or visas, persons seeking entry into the Republic of Lebanon who have previously traveled to Israel may still face arrest and/or detention if this travel is disclosed. SEPULTURA had previously played in the region, having performed in Dubai around two years ago. The band is set to play the city again next month. SEPULTURA made headlines in 2016 when the group's scheduled concert in Cairo was scrapped at the last minute over the same "devil-worshipping" accusations. In the early 2000s, there was strong opposition to heavy metal in Lebanon. People would be arrested in the streets for wearing a heavy metal band T-shirt as many thought it was satanic. Elia Mssawir, who helps to organize the annual Beirut Metal Fest, told CNN last year that the metal scene is largely accepted in Lebanon now and most people understand it to be a form of art. [post_excerpt] => According to Albawaba, Lebanese authorities have banned SEPULTURA from performing in the country, accusing the Brazilian/American band of "insulting Christianity" and being "devil worshippers." Concert promoters Skull Session announced on Friday (Apri... [post_date_gmt] => 2019-04-22 08:34:24 [post_date] => 2019-04-22 04:34:24 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-04-22 08:34:24 [post_modified] => 2019-04-22 04:34:24 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://92b4a6535bbe2319874bd2ad88e32588 [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/sepultura-banned-from-playing-in-lebanon-over-devil-worship-accusations/ [syndication_item_hash] => a625380722b9ca38945fae0167c248b7 [faf_featured_image] => 99192 [faf_process_image] => 99192 ) [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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