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‘Batmetal’ Comes Roaring Back With First New Episode Since 2015
‘Batmetal Forever’ tells the story of Batmetal’s crew aiming to reanimate the Joker while playing brutal music for masses of fans.
Zeal & Ardor Announce ‘Stranger Fruit’ Album, Unveil Bluesy ‘Gravedigger’s Chant’ Music Vi…
Zeal & Ardor’s mix of black metal, blues and traditional slave chant is one of the most ambitious concoctions of the past decade.
Mashup: Glenn Danzig’s ‘Last Caress’ Vocals Perfectly Destroy John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’
Picture replacing 'Nothing to kill or die for' with 'I killed a baby today.'
Vinyl to the Rescue: Physical Albums Outsell Digital Sales in 2017
For the first time since 2011, physical albums outsold digital downloads, with CDs and vinyl moving $200 million more in sales than downloads.
Decapitated on Dropped Rape Charges: We Are Innocent, We Are Free, We Are Ready to Return
The band members spent 96 days in jail after being charged with kidnapping and rape.
Lamb of God Reunite as Burn the Priest for ‘Legion: XX’ Covers Album
Burn the Priest moved away from the metal world for 'Legion: XX,' instead tackling punk, hardcore, crossover and sludge tracks.
Ex-The Faceless Guitarist Cites Michael Keene ‘Heroin Addiction’ for Band Members Quitting
Former guitarist Justin McKinney blames Keene’s alleged heroin addiction and theft from bandmates for three band members quitting.
Varg Vikernes Claims He Turned Down $425,000 for Burzum Shows: I’d Rather Go to Prison
Vikernes says he’d rather spend a month in prison than spend a month rehearsing with musicians.
Kids Actually Love System of a Down, Are Indeed the Future
You’ve seen Elders React to System of a Down, now the kids get their turn.
Babymetal Parodied in Hilarious Japanese Hot Chocolate Commercials
Babymetal's breakout track from their debut album was the unapologetically catchy 'Gimme Chocolate!!'