Australian metalcore band I Killed the Prom Queen will release their third studio album, 'Beloved,' on Feb. 18, 2014 via Epitaph Records, marking their first disc since 2008's 'Sleepless Nights and City Lights.' Listen to the new song 'To the Wolves' above.
Welcome to your worst nightmare. Seriously, High on Fire will creep you into the fetal position with their new clip for 'Slave the Hive.' If you have a phobia of being surgically transformed into a half-animal, half-human creature, you may want to skip this one.
Jim Root fans, we've got some bad news and some amazing news. Of course, we'll start with the bad news. Stone Sour have announced that Root will not be touring with the band on their upcoming winter tour. However, Root's absence is for good reason, as he's chosen to spend the time writing with Slipknot for the band's next album!
For the past two years, Metallica's Orion Music + More festival has hosted an eclectic mix of artists, first in Atlantic City, N.J. and this year in Detroit. However, fans looking forward to the the next fest will have to wait until at least 2015.
Adrenaline Mob announced earlier this year that drummer Mike Portnoy would be exiting the band, but that didn't mean the demise of the group. The group has just announced details of their new album and has named Twisted Sister's A.J. Pero as Portnoy's replacement.
For fans of progressive and avant-garde metal, this is a tour you simply cannot miss. Between the Buried and Me are set to invade North America in early 2014 with support from Deafheaven, Intronaut and The Kindred!
Maynard James Keenan's 50th birthday isn't until May of next year, but the multitalented rocker has already got the day planned. On May 10, 2014, Keenan will celebrate his half-century on Earth by performing with both A Perfect Circle and Puscifer in Los Angeles. Adding to the excitement, L.A. alternative rock band Failure, who recently announced plans to reunite, will also play the celebration.
Back in July, it was announced that Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe would write a memoir of his Czech manslaughter case. In a new catalog from Da Capo Press, the publishers of Blythe's 'Dark Days: My Tribulation and Trials,' the memoir will be released in summer 2014.
Pearl Jam concerts are an event for most fans, but one fan in particular got a night he'll never forget during a show in Spokane, Wash. This past Saturday (Nov. 30), Eddie Vedder noticed a fan in the audience holding up a sign saying that he would let the band shave his dreadlocks if they played his request.
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