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
Nothing -- not even the Smithsonian -- can deny the power of heavy metal and its value to popular culture. The Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indians exhibition is recognizing Testament singer and Nativ
American Carnage isn't just another metal tour featuring legends Megadeth and Slayer sharing the stage and being flanked by Bay Area thrash lords Testament. Testament are offering exclusive VIP packages. The VIPs
It's time to rejoice, since Nuclear Blast Records is launching its 'Rock Band' Network for all 'Rock Band' XBox 360 network users -- aka gaming nerds -- that love metal, and there is no shame in that. Musi
The wheels for the seven 'Big Four' Sonisphere tour dates went into motion slowly but surely. First, Slayer signed on to do some shows with Megadeth in Australia and Japan. Then, the bands booked the North Ameri
Holy Grail, the Los Angeles metal scene's latest screamers for vengeance, are repressing their debut seven-inch, 'Improper Burial,' on white vinyl. The repressing is extremely limited to only 500 copies, which are bound
"Paul Gray was always super-fun to be around," Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian told Noisecreep the day after the Slipknot bassist's body was found in a hotel in Urbandale, Iowa. "He was always smiling and he was always all about the music."
Six days after the death of one of metal's greatest legends, Ronnie James Dio, tributes were still flooding onto Internet sites, bootleg videos were being posted on YouTube and fans were recalling their favorite albums, songs and bands that Dio was a part of.
Blatant Disarray make no bones about their love for late '80s metal. The North Carolina combo just released 'Everyone Dies Alone,' their debut album for Tribunal Records, and it recalls the heyday of Bay Area thrash. But that doesn't mean they are mere revivalists. The songs on 'Everyone Dies Alone' show t
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