Metallica Cover Deep Purple, All That Remains Singer Has Ticket to ‘Gun’ Show + More News
On Sept. 25, Eagle Rock Entertainment will be releasing Re-Machined: A Tribute to Deep Purple's Machine Head. The compilation will feature artists such as Iron Maiden, Black Label Society, Chickenfoot, Steve Vai and others, rocking covers of each song on Machine Head, Deep Purple's landmark 1972 album.
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My Dying Bride will drop A Map of All Our Failures on Oct. 16, but pre-orders are open for business as of right now! Fans can pre-order the special edition CD/DVD and double vinyl versions, as well as multiple bundle packages. There are options, people. Go here to pick your poison. A Map of All Our Failures is a further voyage into the darkest depths of humanity, religion, folklore, love and death. It was described by guitarist Andrew Craighan "a controlled demolition of all your hopes." Sounds like a beautiful slab of doom to us! [Via Press Release]
Cradle of Filth will release their tenth studio album The Manticore & Other Horrors on Oct. 30. It's perfect timing for the black metal band, since the Halloween season fits their aesthetic. The always nefarious frontman Dani Filth said, "This is our tenth commandment in metal. We have diversified and kept alive the spirit of this band and breathed it into something that I can proudly say, slays like an absolute motherfucker. The Manticore is coming... Long live the Filth!" Cradle of Filth will spread its darkness upon European lands with a tour throughout November and December. Mwuhahaha. [Via Press Release]
Those forward-thinkers in Between the Buried and Me are about to drop The Parallax II: Future Sequence this fall, and it's a complicated concept. Guitarist Paul Waggoner broke down the album, talked about touring with Cannibal Corpse and shared his personal guitar heroes during a recent video chat. Find out who he reveres and more. [Loudwire]
All That Remains singer Phil Labonte will appear on NBC Sports Network's 3-Gun Nation. As a gun enthusiast, which is a controversial stance in the wake of Batman: The Dark Knight Rises shootings in Colorado and the Sikh Temple shootings in Wisconsin this summer, Labonte is joining 3-GN host Mark Willis, also a singer himself, for a season-long, head-to-head challenge. It features the two lead singers receiving instructional sessions from pro 3-Gunners while comparing their individual progress throughout the experience.
Labonte said, "I love my music, but when I'm not on tour, I spend a lot of my time shooting. I have a lot of friends in the firearm industry, and I enjoy promoting the Second Amendment however I can. I'm pretty new to 3-Gun so I'm on a major learning curve; however I can honestly say I'm pretty much addicted to it now." Music featured in the show will include songs from the forthcoming new studio album from All That Remains, A War You Cannot Win. The band's seventh studio album will be released this fall via Razor & Tie /Prosthetic.
The show airs Sunday mornings in August on NBC Sports Network. [Via Press Release]