HATE: 'Sea Of Rubble' Lyric Video

The official lyric video for “Sea Of Rubble”, a brand new song from Polish extreme black/death metallers HATE, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band’s latest album, “Tremendum”, which was released on May 5 via Napalm Records. The cover artwork was created by Daniel Rusilowicz and can be seen below. The title “Tremendum” (eeriness and the fear of the holy) refers to an archaic notion of holiness, which is both good and evil. And you will have absolutely no doubt which part of it this band represents. You will rediscover the band and on a new … Continue reading

Listen To RITCHIE BLACKMORE's First New RAINBOW Song In 22 Years

The revamped version of RAINBOW has released its first new music in more than two decades. Two tracks have been made available on iTunes: an instrumental song called “Land Of Hope And Glory”, which is is a reworking of the 1902 British patriotic song of the same name from Edward Elgar‘s “Pomp And Circumstance March No. 1”, and a re-recording of the RAINBOW classic “I Surrender”, which was written by Russ Ballard and was first released by RAINBOW in 1981. The latter song features vocals recorded by current RAINBOW singer Ronnie Romero. Guitarist Ritchie Blackmore stepped away from his Renaissance-inspired … Continue reading

PAPA ROACH's Follow-Up To 'Crooked Teeth' Will Include 'Some Next-Level, Nutty S**t'

According to The Pulse Of Radio, PAPA ROACH has just released its ninth studio album, “Crooked Teeth”, but the band was so inspired by its producers this time out — newcomers Nicholas “Ras” Furlong and Colin Brittain — that the group is already cooking up more new music. Singer Jacoby Shaddix told Metal Hammer: “We hit a rhythm with this squad. We just made this really cool bond with these producers and it feels like making records back in 1998 in Sacramento. They’re younger blood, and I think it added a fun new dynamic to what we do.” Shaddix added: … Continue reading

GLENN DANZIG Seemingly Defends TRUMP's Travel Ban, Says Planned Parenthood Shouldn't Be 'Selling Baby Parts'

Glenn Danzig has seemingly defended President Trump‘s efforts to limit travel to the United States from six predominantly Muslim nations, saying that it’s “really not a travel ban.” Trump‘s revised executive order, which was signed in March but never got off the ground because federal courts blocked it just hours before it was set to go into effect, would have banned people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen from entering the U.S. for ninety days and all refugees for one hundred and twenty days. Speaking to the Los Angeles Times, Danzig stated about Trump‘s travel ban: “It’s really … Continue reading

TOOL Singer Calls Out 'Entitled Snowflakes' In Concert Rant

TOOL frontman Maynard James Keenan had some choice, if unusual, words for the crowd at the Boston Calling festival on Sunday night (May 28), when the band headlined the final night of the event. According to The Pulse Of Radio, Keenan said: “As artists, we interpret and report, that’s our job. We are merchants of emotion. We have the privilege to do that because of active and former law enforcement and military defending our right to do so.” He continued: “Those of you who are law enforcement and military, your job is to defend our right to act like whining, … Continue reading

W.A.S.P. Cancels Summer Festival Appearances

W.A.S.P. has canceled its previously announced four festival appearances in June — including the Graspop Metal Meeting in Belgium and Hellfest in France — in order to complete work on its upcoming 25th-anniversary release, “Re-Idolized”. Says W.A.S.P. in a statement: “The recording of the new album ‘Re-Idolized’ and the accompanying film for ‘The Crimson Idol’ has developed unexpected delays. This will make it necessary for W.A.S.P. to withdraw from the four upcoming festivals that were scheduled for this summer. This was essential for the band to complete the album and film, to make the scheduled release in September, and the … Continue reading

FOO FIGHTERS Keep Playing After Festival Pulls Plug

According to The Pulse Of Radio, FOO FIGHTERS had the plug pulled on them during the band’s headlining set at the BottleRock festival in Napa Valley, California on Sunday night (May 28). The group kept playing, however, finishing their final encore of “Everlong” even without power. The Dave Grohl-led act headlined the third and final evening of the event, following previous nights’ headliners Tom Petty and MAROON 5. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that promoters “promptly shut down the speakers and video screens” halfway through “Everlong” because the band had played past a strict 10:00 p.m. curfew. The festival began … Continue reading

KRYPTONITE Feat. KING DIAMOND, THE POODLES Members: 'Chasing Fire' Video

“Chasing Fire”, the new video from Sweden’s KRYPTONITE, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band’s self-titled debut album, self-titled album, which will be released on August 4 via Frontiers Music Srl. Sometimes musicians are put together who only know each other from afar via their respective recordings, but something clicks and triggers a magical moment. That’s exactly what happened when Jakob Samuel from THE POODLES met up with producer Alessandro Del Vecchio on the heels of a concept created by Frontiers president Serafino Perugino. Together, they set off to work on a new band that could … Continue reading

VIVIAN CAMPBELL Explains DEF LEPPARD's Reluctance To Make Straight-Ahead Rock Album

DEF LEPPARD guitarist Vivian Campbell has admitted many long-term fans of the band want them to record a straight-ahead rock album like “High ‘N’ Dry” from 1981. But he told the “White Line Fever” podcast: “That’s never gonna happen.” Speaking on the most recent episode of the show, Campbell said: “DEF LEPPARD is a band that has evolved over the years, over the decades. DEF LEPPARD covers a lot of different genres of music, particularly on the last album. In fact, there’s some styles on that record that we’ve never done before. The album closer is a psychedelic track. We’ve … Continue reading

Wait Hell in Pain reveal the tracklist and premiere of the debut album “Wrong Desire”

The Rock/metal band Wait Hell in Pain reveal the tracklist and premiere of the debut album “Wrong Desire” http://player.believe.fr/v2/3614975683440 out via Revalve records on September 22nd. The first video “Behind the Mask” will be available on June22rd. “Wrong Desire” deals with a very common theme: the violence and abuse against women. The 9 tracks (plus a cover) making up the album, are snapshots that portray the important moments of a metaphorical journey of May, the fictional protagonist, to its rebirth. May endured for a long time physical and psychological harassment by a male figure close to her. Exhausted by the situation, she decides to show up its … Continue reading