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March 30, 2020

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Fractures – DAKESIS

It’s easy to be blown away by the bombastic, big-budget efforts of bands like NIGHTWISH and BLIND GUARDIAN, but there is an equal amount of magic and joy to be found in records like this. DAKESIS are much-loved stalwarts of the UK heavy metal underground and one of the few bands from the country that

AS I LAY DYING Releases 'Destruction Or Strength' Song To Benefit Crew Members And Local Charity

Californian metallers AS I LAY DYING have issued a previously unreleased song called “Destruction Or Strength”. The track, which was recorded during the sessions for 2019’s “Shaped By Fire” album, is available on all streaming platforms and digital retailers, including Bandcamp as a “pay-what-you-want” download. AS I LAY DYING will also be selling a t-shirt

METAL ALLEGIANCE's 'Thrashing From The House Of Blues Anaheim' To Raise Funds For LOONEY TUNES Record Store

Two previously unreleased live songs from METAL ALLEGIANCE have been made available for digital download, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to pay the salaries of the long-running West Babylon, New York record store Looney Tunes during the coronavirus outbreak. “Pledge Of Allegiance” and “Can’t Kill The Devil” were recorded on January 25, 2018

Of Truth And Sacrifice – Heaven Shall Burn

When you consider how resolutely HEAVEN SHALL BURN have stuck to their brutal metalcore guns over the years, approaching the German band’s extravagant, double-album return could easily fill you with a sense of trepidation. As much as veteran bands have earned the right to be as indulgent and adventurous as they see fit, facing 100

HALESTORM's LZZY HALE On Coronavirus Pandemic: 'Stay Home, And We'll Get Through This The Way Our Species Has For Billions Of Years'

HALESTORM frontwoman Lzzy Hale has penned an open letter to fellow musicians and concertgoers, urging them to stay home and avoid public gatherings. A number of artists seen their concert dates drop off as they’re either canceled or postponed in the wake of the global spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus.

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