It's not a good year for fans of Indiana Christian metalcore bands. Less than a month after Gwen Stacy broke up, Haste the Day have announced their plans to disband in 2011. "We mainly feel as though we have created the best music we can and believe it is now
After coming out on top of the first 'Great Food Truck Race' (named after the Food Network show of the same name), what's a winning truck to do? If you're Los Angeles-area metal-themed burger truck Grill 'Em All, it's
Whether through TV shows like 'Cheers' and 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' or beer-fueled bonding sessions with friends, nearly everyone's dreamed about owning a bar. A trio of New York music industry veterans has just made that dream a reality by opening Idle Hands, a speakeasy-them
If your forthcoming album is titled 'Audio Secrecy,' there's probably a clause in your record contract stating you have to play a secret show to promote it. That's exactly what Stone Sour did on Sept. 30, taking
It's overstating things a bit to say you've 'arrived' once you play Ozzfest, but playing the (mostly) annual show is one of the most high-profile tours a metal band can get. So when Oakland's Saviours play the six U.S.
Makh Daniels, vocalist of San Francisco metal band Early Graves, was killed In a tragic van accident in the early hours of Aug. 2 in southern Oregon. Daniels was one of nine people in the van, which overturned on Inter
What do you get when you take half of Fall Out Boy, add the guitar players of Anthrax, and top it off with Every Time I Die singer Keith Buckley? You get the Damned Things, who started off June by playing their first-ever show to an enthusiastic crowd
While New York City's Central Park has played host to the likes of Simon and Garfunkel, the Dave Matthews Band and Bon Jovi, it recently played host to one of the heavier shows to ever play there, as the Coheed and Cambria, Circa Survive and Torche tour stopped there to kick off the unofficial start of the summer con
How do you know when you're at a Hellyeah show? There are a few giveaways: If the band takes the stage to 'East Bound and Down' -- Jerry Reed's theme song to the 1977 comedy 'Smokey and the Bandit' -- you might be at one. If there's a mass shout-out to Dimebag Darrell, former Pantera shredder and brothe
When In This Moment's third album, 'The Star Crossed Wasteland,' is released on July 13, it will be the closest the band has come to a concept album. "It's not quite a concept album, but it's a themed album," frontwoman Maria
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