Ministry Concert Review: Spreading Anti-Trump Rhetoric with Inflatable Chickens
Al Jourgensen leaned heavily on the new album, 'AmeriKKKant,' and he made his feelings about President Trump abundantly clear.
30 Years Ago: Iron Maiden’s Progressive Side Shines on ‘Seventh Son of a Seventh Son’
After a series of albums mostly rooted in the straightforward, fist-to-the-sky aesthetics, Iron Maiden took some major liberties with their seventh album.
35 Years Ago: Dave Mustaine Fired From Metallica
The end of Dave Mustaine's stay in Metallica came on April 11, 1983, and it came without warning.
Graveyard Emerge From the Tomb With ‘Please Don’t’ Video
This is a business meeting unlike any we've ever seen.
Tremonti Debut Lyric Video for ‘A Dying Machine’ Title Track
The lyric video depicts closeups of robotic parts, shots of a female cyborg’s face and images of said robot wading in the water.
Manowar Co-Founder Ross the Boss Recaptures Past Glory in ‘By Blood Sworn’ Video
The Manowar co-founder is back with a replenished band, new music and a bloody good new video.
Dream Theater’s James LaBrie Lays Out Timeline for New Album
It may not arrive until 2019, but at least it won't be long into the new year.
Shinedown Plugged in to Technology Overlords in ‘The Human Radio’ Video
Watch the clip which spells out a disturbing modern connection to technology.
25 Years Ago: Tool Pull Fans Into Their ‘Undertow’
Tool released their debut full-length album, 'Undertow,' on April 6, 1993, via the label Zoo Entertainment. Take a look back at the landmark disc here.
Meshuggah Showed the Djent Bands the Meaning of Brutal With ‘obZen’
The album is about human nature. 'I think we’re evil, for sure,' says vocalist Jens Kidman.