God is Dead? …Maybe according to the reunited Black Sabbthh. The godfathers of metal have released the first single from their new studio album ’13.’
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This is epic!
Kitty loves treats, naps, and drumming along to the music of his dark lord.
Like the blasts of a hundred cannons, hard rock’s new saviors can’t be ignored. Check out our exclusive interview with Graveyard frontman Joakim Nilsson.
Bob’s feeling something, but it’s more than likely the evil riffs of Slayer rather than love.
Fuse invited metal superstars and interplanetary scum/overlords Gwar to create an informative video instructing how to avoid being eaten by zombies and to comment on the strange intricacies of Zombie life.
The gears of the Internet were in full motion this week, churning out a fresh batch of mutated weirdness that we’ve come to know and love. Check out the tasty goodness that cyber space was dishing out this week. Open wide…
I know what you’re thinking, “there’s no way that Metallica and Herbie Hancock can work together!” Oh, but it does my doubtful friend, it rocks and it rocks hard.
Nothing rips harder than the sounds of birds chirping around a serene woodland lake. Sometimes you’ve just got to stop whatever you’re doing and headbang to the evil sounds of the great outdoors.
Santa brought you an early holiday present, but you’ve clearly been very bad so it’s a big lump of audio coal: the first and hopefully only clip from the Loutallica album, Lulu. For some inexplicable reason Darren Aronofsky directs.
Get some pointers how to make the most of your Halloween festivities from the devil’s right-hand man, Glenn Danzig. What can we say, the man makes an awesome fall centerpiece.
The band Black Tide is going out on a limb and is asking you to dare them to do anything you can think of. Submit your dare here, and they will pick their favorite and film themselves doing it. This could get ugly really quickly…
Epic! This short documentary shows metal fans tailgating in the parking lot outside the Capital Center in Landover, Maryland on May 31, 1986, before a Judas Priest concert.
This Week: Wilco fans will rejoice; Twin Sister trumps all the buzz; Gem Club’s beautiful tragedy; blog-star Youth Lagoon’s much-awaited debut; Mastodon brings heavy riffs and a sense of loss.
In 2006 filmmakers traveled to meet and interview the only heavy metal band in Iraq, Acrassicauda. This is the story of the band; young Iraqis whose lives have been distorted by years of warfare in their homeland. Watch the entire documentary.
Once a little party in upstate NY, Camp Bisco celebrates it’s 10th anniversary with its biggest lineup ever: Cut Copy, Disco Biscuts, Death From Above 1979, Ratatat, Wiz Khalifa, Bassnectar ,Yeasayer, Lotus, Neon Indian, Holy Ghost!, Das Racist, The Hood Internet, Tobaco, The Japanese Popstars and it just keeps going.