Between the Buried and Me have officially announced the release of a new DVD. Instead of going with the classic method of performing live at a prestigious venue or festival, BTBAM are aiming to create an intimate experience, playing 'The Parallax II: Future Sequence' from front to back in a small studio space.
It's that time again! Another month, another batch of new records ready to hit your eardrums. Let's take a look at the albums that will impact March 2014.
From the twisted mind of the one and only Devin Townsend, the follow-up to 'Ziltoid the Omniscient' is coming soon. Fans have been begging for the return of their favorite coffee-drinking extraterrestrial, and finally, Townsend will begin dedicating his time to 'Z2' as he enters the studio in May.
Hellyeah will have a different look the next time you see them as two of the band's members have exited the group. Blabbermouth reports that guitarist Greg Tribbett and bassist Bob "Zilla" Kakaha have parted ways with the band, with Bloodsimple's Kyle Sanders being selected to take over for Kakaha on bass.
One of the most mysterious and potentially eclectic projects set to launch soon is Teenage Time Killer. Corrosion of Conformity members Mike Dean and Reed Mullin revealed last year that Lamb of God's Randy Blythe and Foo Fighters legend Dave Grohl would be a part of the musical gathering, but in a new update, a baffling amount of talented people have been recruited to add their talents to Teenage Time Killer.
Cynic will release their highly anticipated third full-length album, 'Kindly Bent to Free Us,' on Feb. 18. Any hardcore fan of the progressive pioneers will want to analyze every section written by frontman Paul Masvidal, drummer Sean Reinert and Sean Malone, so we interviewed Masvidal for a deeper look into the album and Cynic itself.
The new Mastodon album is on its way! In fact, if the timeline drummer Brann Dailor gave us during this exclusive interview remains correct, Mastodon have officially finished recording their sixth studio album. Along with that bit of news, Dailor went deep into what fans can expect from the highly anticipated full-length and offered a lot more insight on both the band and himself.