It's not often that two legendary metal bassists come together to create a new project, but Anthrax's Frank Bello and Megadeth's David Ellefson have done just that with Altitudes & Attitude. We recently caught up with the duo to discuss the new band and its debut EP.
When GWAR come to town, metal fans trade their black t-shirts for white ones in hopes to be drenched in the bloodbath that is a GWAR show. The Scum Dogs themselves took New York City by storm over the weekend at Irving Plaza. Battlecross and Iron Reagan served as stellar support to kick off the night of pure mayhem.
The Devil Wears Prada have been trekking around in promotion of their latest album ‘8:18’ and Tuesday night they made a stop at New York City’s Best Buy Theater. Support included performances by the Ghost Inside, Volumes and Texas In July.
Monster Magnet recently wrapped up their first U.S. tour in about a decade, unfortunately having to nix the last four shows due to frontman Dave Wyndorf suffering from the flu. However, we were able to catch the band early on in the trek, and looking back, I'm pretty sure Monster Magnet actually took control of my brain at some point during their Nov. 15 show at Saint Andrew's Hall in Detroit -- and I'm a much better person as a result.
Welcome back, Jake E. Lee! That was the general consensus as the guitar great made a triumphant return to the stage Thursday night (Dec. 12) in Los Angeles, painting the walls of the historic Whisky-a-Go-Go with wicked guitar licks as he unveiled his new band Red Dragon Cartel.
Emilie Autumn recently wowed Los Angeles fans at Rob Zombie's Great American Nightmare and she took her stage theatrics back to Tinsel Town Monday night (Dec. 9) at the Troubadour. The world-class violinist's stage show has evolved into a full-on theatrical production, based around the adventures of a wayward Victorian girl and her cohorts as they deal with life as inmates in an asylum.
With 30 years of experience and 14 studio albums under their belts, Megadeth are undeniable thrash legends. So, when they came to Long Island, N.Y., on Tuesday night (Dec. 3), fans packed The Paramount Theater to see their metal heroes.
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