Tag Archives: Metal

Live Review: Eyehategod Headline Rowdy Night of Punk and Metal in Brooklyn (5/12)

Setting the Stage: The cold rain didn’t deter New York City’s punk and metal underground from catching the second of two sold-out headlining shows by Eyehategod at The Kingsland on Sunday night (May 12th). A pizza joint/dive with a crusty concert space in the back, the venue was an ideal spot for the loaded bill

Live Review: Eyehategod Headline Rowdy Night of Punk and Metal in Brooklyn (5/12)

Setting the Stage: The cold rain didn’t deter New York City’s punk and metal underground from catching the second of two sold-out headlining shows by Eyehategod at The Kingsland on Sunday night (May 12th). A pizza joint/dive with a crusty concert space in the back, the venue was an ideal spot for the loaded bill

Live Review: Eyehategod Headline Rowdy Night of Punk and Metal in Brooklyn (5/12)

Setting the Stage: The cold rain didn’t deter New York City’s punk and metal underground from catching the second of two sold-out headlining shows by Eyehategod at The Kingsland on Sunday night (May 12th). A pizza joint/dive with a crusty concert space in the back, the venue was an ideal spot for the loaded bill

Born of Osiris’ Lee McKinney on the Dangers of Technology, the State of Metal, and More

Progressive metalcore act Born of Osiris have remained a consistent force in heavy music, thanks to the group’s penchant for marrying impressive technical instrumentation with undeniable melody. The Illinois outfit recently released its new studio album, The Simulation, which centers around a theme that’s a hot topic right now: the dangers of technology. “We choose to

Police: “Elderly” men never attended Wacken metal festival

Bummer alert! That awesome story about two elderly men escaping a German nursing home to attend the massive Wacken Open Air metal festival over the weekend wasn’t all that it was cracked up to be. It turns out the two men never set foot inside the festival and were not exactly “elderly.” The German news

25 Years Ago: Grunge, Metal and Rock Blend on 'Last Action Hero' Soundtrack

Last Action Hero was a box office bomb when it landed in theaters in late June 1993, another failed parody film in the vein of Top Secret! and Loaded Weapon 1. Taking aim at action movies, with one of the biggest names of the genre, Arnold Schwarzenegger, as its lead actor, the send-up failed to

The 25 Greatest Debut Metal Albums of All Time

This article is powered by our good friends at Welcome to Rockville. Check out the incredible lineup here. There’s nothing more important than making a good first impression. This holds especially true in the metal world, where the songs are often über-technical, the fans are more demanding, and the margins for creative and commercial success are