Can't we all just get along? Punks and metalheads are notorious for not getting along, despite grindcore existing as a crossroad we can all meet at and thrash borrowing heavily from punk. Luckily, one person understands that we aren't all that different and does some riffing to show us!
The nominees for the 56th annual Grammy Awards were revealed late Friday night and the good news is that the metal acts no longer have to share a category with their hard rock brethren. There are five new nominees for the Best Metal Performance category, each representative of various types of metal.
In our new anniversary feature, we'll flashback to some of the big album releases in the history or rock and metal as well as major events that had an impact on the music world. Looking back on the week of Dec. 3-9, the biggest event came 10 years ago when Ozzy Osbourne was seriously injured in a quad bike accident.
Those lovable Muppets bring back warm memories from childhood. Whether it was the 'Muppet Christmas Carol' or 'Muppet Treasure Island,' all of these faces are more than familiar. Instead of reliving your childhood, why not combine the Muppets with some death metal like this clever person did?
Pantera went on hiatus in 2001 after completing the promotion of their 'Reinventing the Steel' album and officially split in 2003, but all hopes of a reunion were dashed with the death of Dimebag Darrell onstage on Dec. 8, 2004 when a deranged fan went on a shooting rampage. As we reflect on Pantera's career, there's no denying their importance in the history of metal and this Readers Poll asks which of their songs is your favorite.
Hard rock and metal fans had plenty to be happy about in 2013, as there was something great for just about everyone. Whether it be metal pioneers Black Sabbath making their return, grunge vets Alice in Chains and Pearl Jam keeping things rolling or a bands like Bring Me the Horizon and Pop Evil being appreciated for taking their music to new heights, 2013 will be a memorable period for metal and hard rock lovers.
Tom Keifer is putting together some impressive numbers for 'Solid Ground' and Motorhead's 'Heartbreaker' made a push toward the top of the countdown this week, but Stryper remain kings of the Battle Royale Video Countdown, as 'No More Hell to Pay' sits at No. 1 for the fifth consecutive week. The clip earned 36 percent of the final tally, besting 'Solid Ground' and 'Heartbreaker' that settled for second and third respectively.
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