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10 All-Time Greatest Metal Live Albums
Is a live album really ever live? Most are manipulated in some way, either in the mixing stage or the overdubbing of guitar leads or vocal passages. The greatest of them all, KISS seminal Alive!, comes with legendarily conflicting reports of how much it was doctored. But who cares? It rocks harder than any other album in existence, KISS or otherwise.
Heavy Metal Grammy Awards: Who Has Won, Who Should Have Won
"I don't know what this means. I don't think it means anything" -- Eddie Vedder, accepting a Grammy for Pearl Jam's 'Spin the Black Circle,' 1996 I tend to take the Pearl Jam Attitude toward the Grammys, but it's still fun to sit back and watch people who know nothing about metal try and hand out awards for "Best Performance" every year...
Type O Negative Drummer Returns With A Pale Horse Named Death
When Type O Negative's frontman/bassist Peter Steele passed away earlier this year, the metal community reeled in pain. A few months have passed since Steele exited this earthly plane, so it's only natural for fans and metalheads to be curious about the next moves that remaining and former members of Type O would make...
Rocklahoma 2010: New Format, Larger Audience
"We usually get a circle going. I'm not sure how we're going to do this," said Sevendust voalist Lajon Witherspoon while performing at the fourth annual Rocklahoma festival. The festival is held in Pryor, Okla. Rocklahoma is no longer just for the hair metal set...
Constants, ‘Love You to Death’ — New Song
It still seems surreal, did it really happen? Did we all just wake up to the knowledge that the brooding Peter Steele of Type O Negative died? Sadly it's all real. But out of grief, a light shines on how many Steele truly inspired over the years -- including ones you would have never expected -- like Constants, a band known for their heavy stargazing sonics...
Tribute to Peter Steele, Discussion With John Bush — ”Creep Show’
Last week was a somber one at ''Creep Show' central. It started well enough with the booking of one of our favorite metal vocalists, Armored Saint and Anthrax vocalist John Bush, but it spiraled into the abyss on April 15 when we learned that iconoclastic metal frontman Peter Steele of Type O Negative had died from heart failure at age 48...
Type O Negative’s Peter Steele Dead at 48
Word spread just before midnight last night, and now, it has been confirmed. Peter Steele, the bassist and frontman for Brooklyn heavy metallers Type O Negative who also spent time in Carnivore and Fallout, passed away Wednesday at the age of 48...

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