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Five Finger Death Punch definitely made a name for themselves based on their own merits, but with success comes more opportunities. Nowhere can this be seen more than on the band's upcoming double album, 'The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell,' which has already spawned, 'Lift Me Up,' a duet with Rob Halford. Frontman Ivan Moody tells Metal Shrine that even more guests turn up on the new collection, and he adds that the band's success has created another opportunity for him after this album cycle concludes.
Jane's Addiction are definitely back in stride when it comes to their live show and they let the camera roll on one of their concert extravaganzas back in 2011 to create the stunning new video + audio collection, 'Live in NYC.' This standout offering will be available in a variety of formats, and Noisecreep is partnering with Loudwire to provide you with a chance to win a prize package based around this special release.
Everyone has to start somewhere, which can lead to some pairings that get questioned years after the fact. While Sebastian Bach and Skid Row had a great start in the late '80s, it might be somewhat surprising to find out that they once headlined over future metal icons Pantera...
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Don't look now, but the 2013 Mayhem Festival may have its breakout anthem for this year's run, and it comes courtesy of Five Finger Death Punch. The band just debuted a snippet of their high-energy rocker 'Burn MF' and it can be heard below.
As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis has understandably been sidetracked of late as he's currently out on bail in his murder-for-hire case, but the first piece of musical info since his jailing and release has finally arrived...
Fans are already flocking to Chicago for the 2013 Riot Fest. Now they can also make travel arrangements for Toronto and Denver as well, as organizers have unveiled a majority of the lineup for two other Riot Fest locations this year
My Chemical Romance may be done as a band, but there's a little story left to be told. The group had an interesting video series going during their 'Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys' album support and frontman Gerard Way is keeping the story going via a new series of comics...
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