Ever since lead singer Kevin DuBrow's tragic death six years ago, longtime Quiet Riot drummer Frankie Banali has worked tirelessly to keep a version of the band on the road that can play true to the spirit of being heavy metal's first group to have a No. 1 album. Along with his musical soulmate DuBrow, Banali has helped guide the band since their famed album 'Metal Health' erupted on the scene back in 1983.
Dethklok's Brendon Small was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. Small recently released, 'Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem A Klok Opera,' and he opened up about the ambitious project. If you missed Jackie’s show, here’s her full interview with Dethklok's Brendon Small.
Metal may not get the wealth of recognition that other genres receive, but the big category that every metalhead music fan should be paying attention to is the Best Metal Performance category. The nominees for the 2014 Grammy Awards were just announced and there's a diverse group of acts populating the category.
ShipRocked 2014 have added a few late additions to the lineup for their upcoming cruise and organizers have announced that all of the cabins for this year's voyage have sold out.
The life and times of Static-X frontman Wayne Static have been bizarre lately. That may not surprise too many people who are familiar with the 'Dragonball Z'-haired nu-metaller, but between his feud with former Static-X bassist Tony Campos, being pressed with felony drug charges, hernia surgery, suicidal thoughts and much more, Static's life has been turbulent in all the wrong ways.
Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn just released the most recent edition of 'The General Journals: Diary of a Frontman… And Other Ramblings.' The musician's blog posts are always entertaining, but this particular update has to do with creating Machine Head's next album, which has unfortunately been pushed back.
Inquisition are one of black metal's most uncompromising acts, consisting of the duo of mainman Dagon and drummer Incubus. They recently released their fifth studio album, 'Obscure Verses for the Multiverse,' which is another all-out riffing assault on the senses. The music is only half of the splendor here, with