"First of all, I never expected to play in the same band for 20 years. But being signed to an established label like Metal Blade for almost 14 years helped a lot to just focus on the music and the band," God Dethroned's Henri Satt
New Haven, Conn. is the home to both Hatebreed and John Mayer. And that alone sums up southern Conneticut's youth demographic -- a blend of preppies and hardcore lifers. So it makes sense that in the ce
On Nov. 21, one of the biggest death metal tours of the year made it's way to Washington, D.C.'s Rock and Roll Hotel. Cannibal Corpse, Dying Fetus, Vital Remains and Devourment brought the brutal, and their fans brought the mosh.
"That was a good, ugly pit. I love that s--- man!" Devourment frontman Mike Majewski said to the nearly-sold-out venu
On Nov. 12 the Decibel Defiance Tour passed through Springfield, Va., bringing Suffocation, the Faceless, Through the Eyes of the Dead, Decrepit Birth, Fleshgod Apocalypse and ten local bands to Jaxx. Even minus all the people in bands, the club was packed and ready to mosh.
Decrepit Birth frontman Bill Robinson credited metal's begin
"I want to take the time to say how great it is to explore history with you guys," Ex Deo frontman Maurizio Iacono told the crowd at Sonar in Baltimore. Iacono, who is better known for his vocal duties in Canadian death metal band Kataklysm, believes you have to understand the past to be prepared to the future. Ex Deo like to revisit the Roman
On Oct. 16, heavy metal bands from around the country met at a small club in Baltimore to prove that the dust has not been bitten just yet. While the bustling club scene had lines around the corner with half-dressed women, metal fans and musicians alike joined each other at Sonar to "defend the old faith and bash some posers" (as predicted on the fest's MySpace page)
"This song goes out to all the ladies. Because all women are serial c--- suckers," Devourment frontman Mike Masewski said. Second to last on a seven band bill, Devourment must have downed a lot of coffee before their set on Oct. 15 at Baltimore's Sonar.
In support of Behemoth frontman Adam "Nergal" Darski -- who recently announced he's been diagnosed with luekemia -- 1,000 Knives, MetalSucks and MetalInjection haved teamed up with an event. A Life Once Lost, Car Bomb, This or the Apocalypse, Baptized in Blood and Last Chance to Re
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