Though every Wednesday is 'No Service Fee Wednesday' for Live Nation venues across the U.S., today marks a special promotion. Not only can fans purchase tickets without any additional cost, they will automatically be entered to win an Ultimate Access Pass that will allow them entry into every show at the venue in question in 2010. To further spotlight the opportunity,
For New York City-based 'Big Four' thrashers Anthrax, sometimes music videos were just as much of an exercise in humor as their lyrics were. Take the video for 'Madhouse' -- moshing mental patients and walls of amps with Anthrax rocking out in the middle of it all? Classic! But it wasn't all jokes. Videos like 'Who Cares Wins' captured the band'
One of the first thrash bands to emerge from San Francisco Bay, Testament have amassed many music videos over the course of their nearly 30 year career. From 1989's 'Practice What You Preach' to 2008's
Prosthetic Records has signed Norway's Mantric to the label for a worldwide, multi-album deal. First up for the Norwegian band, formed in 2007 out of the ashes of Extol, will be their as-yet-untitled debut album scheduled for a February release. The album was recorded with Scandinavian studio legend Tue Madsen (Dark Tranquility, the Haunted).
The recently reunited original line-up of Limp Bizkit have run the gamut of summer festivals worldwide in 2009, and are now in the studio recording their fifth album and follow-up to 2003's 'Results May Vary.'
Animals as Leaders, the progressive instrumental project of eight-string guitar virtuoso Tosin Abasi (ex-Reflux, Born of Osiris), is currently preparing for its first ever tour: a three-week run alongside Between the Buried and Me. Set to kick off on Nov. 7 in Kettering, Ohio, Abasi has announced his backing band as Javier Reyes, Chebon Littlefield, and drummer Nave
Ozzy Osbourne will join Metallica for a special Rock and Roll Hall of Fame performance on Oct. 30 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The two-day event features Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, S
Just in time for hockey season -- which kicked off Oct. 16 -- Kenosha, Wisc. thrashers Lazarus A.D. have announced that Central Hockey League's Wichita Thunder will be using their debut crusher 'The Onslaught' as entrance music.
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