DAVE LOMBARDO Says Returning To Cuba For First Time In More Than Five Decades Was 'Magical'

Ex-SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo, who was born in Havana, Cuba but emigrated to Southern California with his parents when he was a toddler, finally got a chance to perform in his former homeland earlier this year when SUICIDAL TENDENCIES played two shows in Cuba. The May 7 concert at Centro Cultural Club Bariay in Holguin and the May 11 gig at Salon Rosado De La Tropical in Havana marked the first time Dave has ever performed in the Caribbean nation. Asked by Graspop Metal Meeting what it was like for him to return to Cuba for the first time in … Continue reading

Track Premiere: Infernal Execrator – ‘Supreme Barbarous Ordo’

“Supreme Barbarous Ordo,” the sixth track from Singaporean black metal unit Infernal Execrator‘s new album Obsolete Ordinance is a savage beast. Taking cues from death metal in addition to its blackened base, Infernal Execrator play ripping, fast music that doesn’t let up from the second the sample ends. The production on Obsolete Ordinance is raw and cold, each note inspiring thoughts of frozen northern darkness instead of the humid, tropical climate of Singapore. Without further ado, hear “Supreme Barbarous Ordo” below.Obsolete Ordinance by Infernal ExecratorPre-orders are live via Pulverised Records. The post Track Premiere: Infernal Execrator – ‘Supreme Barbarous Ordo’ appeared first on … Continue reading

Judge Denies Meek Mill's Appeal for New Trial

Meek Mill's appeal for a new trial has been denied. On Monday, Judge Genece Brinkley's order stated the rapper had "failed to meet his burden of proof," as Pitchfork reports. Meek Mill's attorneys had This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Judge Denies Meek Mill’s Appeal for New Trial Judge Denies Meek Mill's Appeal for New Trial Judge Denies Meek Mill's Appeal for New Trial rollingstone Continue reading

Lil Yachty Can’t Keep Up With Valee on 'Wombo,' but it Sounds Like He’s Having Fun Trying

Late last night, Lil Yachty and Valee dropped off their first collaboration to date, the curiously titled " This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Lil Yachty Can’t Keep Up With Valee on ‘Wombo,’ but it Sounds Like He’s Having Fun Trying Lil Yachty Can’t Keep Up With Valee on 'Wombo,' but it Sounds Like He’s Having Fun Trying Lil Yachty Can’t Keep Up With Valee on 'Wombo,' but it Sounds Like He’s Having Fun Trying rollingstone Continue reading

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's JESSE LEACH Is 'Singing' And 'Screaming' Better After Vocal Cord Surgery

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE singer Jesse Leach spoke to Martin TheSwedishLad about the progress of the writing and recording sessions for the band’s next album, tentatively due in early 2019. He said: “We’ve got 21 songs. I got into about seven before I had to stop and get checked out. And that’s when I figured out I had to go have [vocal cord] surgery to cut off nodules. But that was a total blessing in disguise, because sitting with a [vocal] teacher, going through rehab and re-learning how to use my voice again, I know how to do it properly. Finally, after … Continue reading

‘It: Chapter Two’ is rounding out cast, adds two more actors

All tickets for the trip to Derry, Maine, have been booked and we’re beyond excited for IT sequel! Read more: John Carpenter started scoring the new ‘Halloween’ Yesterday (June 25) it was announced that Teach Grant and Jess Weixler would be joining the cast of the IT sequel. Grant is set to play Henry Bowers, who was portrayed by Nicholas Hamilton in the first film, and Weixler will play Bill’s wife. The two will be joining recently announced Xavier Dolan (The Death And Life Of John F. Donovan director,) who will be playing the role of Adrian Mellon and Will Beinbrink (Manhattan Night,) who is set to portray Tom Rogan. … Continue reading

Facebook could predict when you will die

Facebook not only has the ability to gather information about your day-to-day life, but the social media application might also be able to predict when you will die. Read more:  Android users can now text from their computers—here’s how The New York Times examined some of the patent applications Facebook has made since the social media website went public in 2012. One of those patent applications was for Facebook to predict a user’s future by using their posts, messages, credit card transactions and location. This information could allow the social media website to predict major life events such as a … Continue reading

Full Album Stream: Tunjum – “Deidades del Inframundo”

Tunjum was formed in 2007 by drummer/vocalist Clara “Kultarr” Herrera. Since then Tunjum’s released a handful of demos and EPs, participated in a 4-way split with other Lima acts, and underwent several lineup changes. Now, in the year 2018, the trio are poised finally to unleash their debut full length on the unsuspecting world. Like some kind of pagan mythological beast conjured forth by sacrificial blood, Tunjum’s debut album, Deidades del Inframundo rises up from murky depths full of ancestral rage and dogged barbarism. Since their inception 11 years ago, Tunjum have centered their themes and lyrics around the ancient … Continue reading

Review: Death Grips' 'Year of the Snitch' Is a Cyber-Noise-Punk-Rap Disruption

The sixth album from noise-punk-rap cyber-transgressives Death Grips is one of their least aggressive offerings to date, but still quite disruptive. Special guest DJ Swamp, the enfant terrible of the Nineties turntablism boom, is almost like a fourth member of the band, squiggling and squarking all over Year of the Snitch. A glitch in the system, Swamp furiously cuts up old Death Grips This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Death Grips’ ‘Year of the Snitch’ Is a Cyber-Noise-Punk-Rap Disruption Review: Death Grips' 'Year of the Snitch' Is a Cyber-Noise-Punk-Rap Disruption Review: Death Grips' 'Year of the Snitch' Is a … Continue reading

Paramore announce show, drop colorful music video for “Caught In The Middle”

It’s a good day to be a Paramore fan. The band announced a special concert in their hometown of Nashville, TN and dropped a trippy new music video for “Caught In The Middle.” Read more: Saxl Rose jammed with Paramore onstage for “Ain’t It Fun” Paramore Art + Friends, set for Friday, Sept. 7 at Nashville Municipal Auditorium, is set to be a one night only show that celebrates Nashville’s music and arts community. Joining the band at the special show will be COIN, Bully, Canon Blue, Liza Anne, and Nightingail. Of the show, the band’s vocalist Hayley Williams shared: “We want to celebrate our … Continue reading