Blackguard

Nevermore Abruptly Drop Off Symphony X Tour
Uh oh. Trouble is brewing in the Nevermore camp. The Seattle band has abruptly dropped off the upcoming Symphony X / Powerglove / Blackguard tour, which is set to explode all across North America at the end of the month. The tour, one of the must-see metal bills of the year, has already been fraught with troubles...
Blackguard ‘Mixing Things Up a Bit’ on Upcoming Victory Debut
Montreal's Blackguard, who once had a violinist in their ranks, are planning to release their Victory debut this spring with a tentative March or April release date on the horizon. After their name change -- they went by the much more fantastical Profugus Mortis -- a stint with Sumerian and Nuclear Blast, then contracting their ranks to a five-piece, the band is happily moving forward...
Hypocrisy, Ex Deo Tour Hindered by U.S. Immigration Snags
On Nov. 6 in Springfield, Va., Hypocrisy and Ex Deo are scheduled to hit the road with Ensiferum for a brief U.S. tour. Only Ex Deo and Hypocrisy can't get into the country because immigration won't grant them visas. First, Ex Deo revealed on Monday that they'd be forced to drop off the tour, which also features Blackguard and Swashbuckle...
White Noise: News on Alice In Chains, Poison The Well, Municipal Waste, Dethklok and More
Illegal downloading has hobbled the music industry over the last decade, and try as they might, labels and musicians have been unable to quell online leaks and file sharing. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em, right? Late last night, the publicists for Smashing Pumpkins issued a press release announcing that Billy Corgan, the band's sole remaining founding member, would be releasing a new album call
White Noise: News on Godsmack, Kiss, Converge, Spinal Tap and More
Man, what a gorgeous weekend we had here in New York, despite what every single meteorologist told us heading into the holiday. What an awesome job that must be, huh? You can be wrong all the time, and still, no one fires you. Must be nice. Anyways, we've been away for three days now, which means we've got three days of metal news to catch you up on...