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Have a Merry Metal Christmas
On Christmas Eve, with all the stores and restaurants closed (except Chinese restaurants, of course) and all the TV channels broadcasting lame holiday specials, what could be more heartwarming than metal? Gorgoroth and Cephalic Carnage are fine, but over the next two days we recommend you check out …
Exodus’ Rob Dukes Is Thrash’s Renaissance Man
Given his extracurricular activities -- cross-country motorcycling, singing for one of thrash's most revered bands and now partnering with Terminal Press for zombie anthology comic called 'Zombie Bomb!' -- it's safe to christen Exodus' Rob Dukes as the thrash scene's mo…
Anthrax Guitarist Scott Ian’s Top 10 Thrash Albums
There's no denying the influence and intensity of Anthrax's 1987 album 'Among the Living,' which is why it has earned a place in the upper reaches of many fans and critics' top thrash album. Since the album has just been released as a double-disc set, and since Anthrax helped shape the face of the m…
Mutiny Within To Open For Machine Head, Arch Enemy
In anticipation of their forthcoming debut album, New Jersey's Mutiny Within -- one of Roadrunner Records' latest metal upstarts -- have some big touring plans in the works. Already underway with a quick run alongside Periphery, the band will open for Machine Head on their only U...
Faith or Fear Bassist Dies Onstage During Show
Faith or Fear bassist Clarence 'C.J.' Jenkins died this Sept. 13 of an apparent heart attack while his band was playing onstage. Jenkins, 50, collapsed just before the Philadelphia-area thrash band finished their set at Millville, N.J.'s Arts, Music and Antiques Festival, New Jersey&a…
Exodus’ Rob Dukes Is Living to Ride
Exodus' Rob Dukes is hitting the road. But relax. He's not leaving the legendary thrash band he fronts. Rather, he's embarking on his third cross-country trip via motorcycle. He exits the New York area on Sunday, Aug. 30 and will be planning to clock 4,500 miles of open road, with the…

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