This past weekend's HeavyTO was the inaugural Toronto counterpart to the aptly named Montreal metal fest Heavy MTL. Situated in Downsview Park (ironically, also the location for the 2002 Pope-squat, the controversial two-week long Catholic convention that hosted Pope John Paul II and brought shame to the park due to massive septic flooding), the two-day fest boasted a who's who of the metal world.
As if it wasn't enough being a platinum-selling rock star, Rob Zombie went ahead and became one of film's most celebrated horror directors. The Massachusetts-born artist has managed to make it all look as easy as strumming an open E chord.
Rob Zombie's resume reads like a teenage metal fan's dream come true. The 46-year-old jack-of-all-trades first rose to prominence while fronting New York City's White Zombie, which he followed with a platinum-plated solo career. In between his hectic
Slayer and Rob Zombie are teaming up on the road for the first time since they were both a part of OZZfest back in 1999. The two acts will spread their demonic seeds all over Canada and the northern US via a co-headlining summer tour. The day of reckoning comes
Who doesn't want to kill zombies on a daily basis? And who hasn't wanted to do it with a guitar? Well, the 'Rock of the Dead' video game from Conspiracy Entertainment brings those devilish desires to your living room -- and features character voices from Neil Patrick Harris, Felicia Day and Rob Zombie. One lucky hunter of the living dead can win not only the Playstation 3 versio
This was a year of metal dreams come true. Things headbangers thought would never happened ... actually happened in 2010. Metalheads dreamt big and were rewarded for it this year. Several of these metal dreams come true revolve around the Big Four (Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax), because they are the most essential bands in our beloved genre
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