Arch Enemy fans won't have to wait much longer as the band is in the process of putting the final touches on their ninth studio album. The disc, titled 'War Eternal,' will be the band's first release since 2011's 'Khaos Legions,' and it's expected to arrive on June 10.
Deftones frontman Chino Moreno may be spending his time in Australia promoting his other band Crosses, but that doesn't mean that Deftones are taking things easy. Despite an earlier report that the band would be taking the year off, it's all systems go in the Deftones camp.
Stryper frontman Michael Sweet is set to unleash his new solo album, 'I'm Not Your Suicide,' this spring, and the vocalist is premiering the video for the title track exclusively with Loudwire and Noisecreep.
It was one of the more emotion-fueled concert experiences of 2012 and many top rockers from the metal community joined the members of Suicide Silence to honor the memory of the band's late frontman Mitch Lucker. That special show has now been unleashed as the 'Ending Is the Beginning' CD/DVD/Blu-Ray release and the band has just served up the performance of 'You Only Live Once' with Lamb of God's Randy Blythe as a new video.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has been wrapped up in legal battles lately. The two separate cases he found himself fighting in have ended at almost the exact same time, one proving successful for the drummer while the other did not end in Rudd's favor.
Ever since the Used released their self-titled debut album in 2002, fans have been rabid to delve into the mind of singer Bert McCracken. The Used connected with their fans with such impact that McCracken unknowingly created a cult of personality around him, forcing the singer into a dimension somewhere between musician and celebrity.
That rumble you just felt came from Canada as organizers of the Heavy Montreal Festival have unveiled a lineup worthy of its name. When you start with Metallica, Slayer, Lamb of God and Anthrax, you know you've got a rocking music weekend on tap.
We'll say it right now: Bring Me the Horizon are one of the most exciting young bands on the planet. Not only is their most recent disc, 'Sempiternal,' an epic album, their live show is phenomenal. We caught the band's second gig of a two-night stand at New York City's Best Buy Theater on Saturday night (March 1), and the UK act mesmerized the crowd with a stellar set.
If you haven't examined the lyrical content of Fuel's 'Soul to Preach To' yet, you're about to get a better understanding of the song in video form. The band just shot a video for the track that shows a deep well of regret amongst the subjects in the clip.
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