Muse Cover Deftones Again, Anvil Are Going to ‘Hell’ + More News
While performing in France on Monday night (Oct. 22), Muse covered the Deftones stomper "Headup." There's video footage of about 50 seconds of the British band ripping through one of the best songs on the Deftones' 1997 Around the Fur album below.
In an interview earlier this year, Muse drummer Dom Howard compared dubstep to heavy metal: "We went to see Skrillex and we went, 'Fuck, it's so heavy!' It was like a full metal gig – they had circles of death. People were moshing. I hadn't seen a reaction like that to electronic music before."
Check out Muse covering the Deftones below.
Watch Muse Perform 'Headup'
Cue the Tom Perry song! Sweden's Free Fall have signed to Nuclear Blast. What's their deal? They're all about what they call "Freedom Rock." In a statement, the band said, "We believe that the deal Free Fall makes today with Nuclear Blast will be a significant step towards our quest to liberate people through Freedom Rock. World Domination through Power and Volume!" The band's debut, Power & Volume, is due out in 2013. Check out the song "Power and Volume," in live format, here. [Via Press Release]
Suicide Silence, also newly signed to Nuclear Blast, are sponsoring a guitar contest now through Nov. 15. Fans can enter to win Mark Heylmun's signature LTD MKJ-7 guitars. Like the axeman's official Facebook page, enter your details and you'll be placed into a drawing. It's that easy. All you gotta do is throw Heylmun a Facebook like, which he is well worth. [Via Press Release]
Anvil will follow up 2011's Juggernaut of Justice with Hope in Hell, which is due to land in the spring of 2013. The Canadian thrash legends have a new bassist named Sal Italiano, who replaced Glenn "G5" Gyorffy earlier this year. The album is Italiano's recorded debut. [Vh1 Classic Radio]