A message to all the hot, babushka mamas hangin' out on the South Side of Pittsburgh - save the heavy perfume and hair spray for another day, ladies.
Apologies to you all, but the <b>Jim Beam Road To The Rackhouse Tour</b>, featuring <b>Nickelback</b>
<i>the following Misfits update was taken verbatim from <a href="http://www.blabbermouth.net/" target="_blank">www.blabbermouth.net</a></i>
<b>GRAVES, the new band of former MISFITS vocalist Michale Graves, drummer Dr. Chud, guitarist Tom Logan, and ex-</b>
We previously wrote, <b>Confirmed for June 6th in Scranton, PA, Sinch will be playing with Alien Ant Farm for a one night showing. info forthcoming...</b>
Well, here is the forthcoming info, though not what we originally planned - due to the bus crash
Earlier today, a cd containing three audio mixes was delivered straight from London...those three audio mixes being "Liberate", "People=Shit", and "Left Behind/Eeyore", as recorded live from <b>Slipknot's</b> show at the London Arena in early February - th
Yesterday (05/21) <b>Killswitch Engage's</b> Roadrunner debut <u>Alive Or Just Breathing</u> hit the streets. KsE, however, was already on the streets - currently trolling the tour circuit with Hypocrisy and Soilwork. KsE guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz took a
Previously we made mention of the side project in which <strong>Slipknot</strong> vocalist Corey Taylor is immersing himself, and now we have another side project to tell - Joey Jordison in the band we shall all know as <strong>Murderdolls</strong>. What'
As this is being written, <b>Coal Chamber</b> and company are working on setting up a headlining tour run of the U.S. which will start sometime come mid-June.
As of now, both <b>American Head Charge</b> and <b>Medication</b> are confirmed to the bill,
Apologies, <b>Killswitch Engage</b> will not be performing tonight (05/22) in Springfield, VA. Vocalist Jesse Leach had to go back home for a day.
Band will resume tour as scheduled tomorrow.
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So, what do you know about metal? Kerrang! magazine, ever stingy with their 5K reviews, honored <b>Killswitch Engage</b> with just that...saying <b>"Most striking of all is the fact that Killswitch Engage, a comparatively young band, seem to have inwardly</b>