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Black Anvil, ‘Triumvirate’ — New Album
New York black metal band Black Anvil may have been influenced by progenitors of the genre such as Celtic Frost, Bathory and Sodom, but for some reason they've reached out to one of the aesthetic enemies of their forefathers to produce their second album, 'Triumvirate...
Rock n’ America Festival Announced
There's a new festival this summer for fans of '80s metal. Rock n' America seemingly came out of nowhere and pulled together some of the biggest acts of the Sunset Strip heyday. The festival is set for July 23-25 at the Zoo Amphitheatre in Oklahoma City...
Sevendust Ring in the New Year in Alabama
"Is it sounding good tonight?" bellowed Lajon Witherspoon during Sevendust's recent show in Birmingham, Ala. Sevendust played a packed Five Points Music Hall on the first day of 2010. Birmingham natives Lynam provided support.
Five Points Music Hall recently reopened...
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 …
Rocklahoma Festival to Add Modern Bands
Rocklahoma, the popular multi-day '80s hair metal fest, is changing. In a press release, Rocklahoma promoters announced a partnership with AEG Live to revamp the festival for summer 2010. In addition to moving the fest from the second weekend in July to the Memorial Day holiday, organizers will…
Thor Gives a Lesson in Rock Warrior 101
Before there was Manowar, there was Thor. The self-described "rock warrior" started creating a buzz in his native Canada in the bodybuilding world and then through his infectious blend of primitive heavy metal and punk rock. Although he hasn't become a household name, many met…

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