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Former Coal Chamber Bassist Nadja Peulen Resurfaces with Vera Mesmer
Former Coal Chamber bassist Nadja Peulen has resurfaced with a new project dubbed Vera Mesmer. The band is a departure from her previous work, that's for sure. The band consists of the bassist, who goes by Nadja Mesmer in this project, as well as vocalist/guitarist/pianist Christopher Mesmer (formerly of Reveille) and drummer Bones Elias (Julien K, formerly of Dead by Sunrise)...
Linkin Park Preps Rarities Set for Fans
At this very moment, Linkin Park are working hard on the follow-up to 2007's 'Minutes to Midnight,' which should be out sometime next year. In the meantime, to tide fans over, Linkin Park will be releasing a rarities set. Unfortunately, you're going to have to be a member of the band's fan club, the Linkin Park Underground, to get it...
Cam Pipes and Shane Clark of 3 Inches of Blood Interview — ”Creep Show’
Although we didn't schedule 3 Inches of Blood on ''Creep Show' with the expectation that they would be especially relevant to the week's news, the powers that be made their appearance as timely as today's headlines. During the show, vocalist Cam Pipes and guitarist Shane Clark made some of their most heartfelt and poignant comments to date about the recent death of former bassist Brian Redman, who
Baroness, Skeletonwitch, Dead By Sunrise, Living Hell, The Destro — New Releases
In a second astounding week for music this past week many big names in metal took the cake this past week on the charts. With some notable debuts compiled by the Metal Insider team, the long time act Alice in Chains came in with a 5 debut on the charts , the most brutal toons in Metalocalypse's Dethklok came in with a recorded 45,000 sold in its first week, and the self -titled release for Hatebre
Dead by Sunrise, ‘Let Down’ — Song Premiere
'Powerful' and 'Beautifully delivered.' Those are two ways that Dead by Sunrise listener Cheryl Cavanagh of London, describes the band's latest single, 'Let Down,' in a review she wrote about their debut album, 'Out of Ashes.' "As we continue to listen we get to a song that I have heard many times live, a song I was reluctant to listen to again, 'Let Down,' only now it sounds finished, and i
New Metal And Rock Releases — October 2009
Any remnants of summer have come to pass as fall is in the air and the cold sets in. Nevertheless, the metal still forges on. This month, tons of new releases are coming in from familiar favorites such as Lita Ford, Powerman 5000 and Pearl Jam...
Tool, Linkin Park, Alice In Chains Rock Epicenter
Proving all things to rock fans -- save for those who prefer the old school stuff -- the Southern California's inaugural Epicenter festival offered something to rock you no matter what your tastes. New metal? Check, with Hollywood Undead and Atreyu...

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