Avatar are well known for their music videos. The visually stunning works of art have made the rounds over the last number of years surrounding their last two releases. From the vintage look of “Hail The Apocalypse” to their biggest single “Bloody Angel,” the new effort is no different. The band will also be making a return to the states this spring supporting Five Finger Death Punch. Dates will be announced soon. Click here for all tour dates. Watch “Vultures Fly” inside! Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Avatar, Hail the Apocalypse, Official video, Vultures Fly
Slipknot to headline ‘Summer’s Last Stand’ tour with Lamb of God, Bullet for My Valentine, Motionless in WhitePosted: January 28, 2015 by Greg Maki in News, Tour Dates
Tags: Bullet for My Valentine, Hatebreed, Lamb of God, Motionless in White, Prepare for Hell tour, Slipknot, Summer's Last Stand tour, Tour Dates
Slipknot has announced details of a summer headline run deemed the “Summer’s Last Stand” tour. The coast-to-coast trek will see the group joined by Lamb of God, Bullet fFor My Valentine and Motionless in White. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Gil Sharone, Marilyn Manson, Reviews, The Pale Emperor, Tyler Bates
Review by Greg Maki
After 20-plus years of fame and even more infamy, Marilyn Manson has arrived at perhaps the most interesting point of his career yet. “That P.T. Barnum aspect of Marilyn Manson has sort of evaporated,” he told Rolling Stone in a recent interview. So what does that leave?
It is a question with which Manson seemingly has been struggling for several years now (bottoming out with 2009’s The High End of Low), his apparent boredom with being Marilyn Manson mirroring the vast majority of the public’s disinterest in his music and his latest antics. Born Villain (2012) saw him rekindle some of his past self—artistically, though it made barely a ripple in the pop culture consciousness.
So now, at 46, on his ninth studio album, The Pale Emperor, Manson at long last has started to reveal that beneath the makeup, and years of controversy and outrageous rumors, there is a man—a man who still has some strong opinions (particularly when it comes to America’s gun culture) and a wicked sense of humor, but also one who has started to chip away at the walls he’s built around himself. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: American Red Cross, Blood drive, Blood for Blood, Blood for Blood National Blood Drive, Devour the Day, HellYeah, Like a Storm, Tour Dates
Recently, heavy metal supergroup Hellyeah announced its “Blood for Blood” 2015 U.S. tour, featuring support from special guests Devour the Day and Like a Storm. The tour kicks off Friday, Feb. 6, in Las Vegas, Nevada, and will hit 23 markets through early March.
See below for a full listing of tour dates and go to http://www.hellyeahband.com/tour today for tickets, VIP packages and further information.
January is National Blood Donor Month. To raise awareness about the cause, Hellyeah invites you to give blood through the “Blood for Blood” National Blood Drive. Fans who pledge to give at this location (or make a financial donation) will receive a signed poster from Hellyeah and be entered to win tickets, Meet + Greet package, signed merch and more.
Here’s how to enter: Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: A Gift a Curse, deathcore, Emmure, Eternal Enemies, Frankie Palmeri, Official video, Suicide Silence, Tour Dates, Victory Records
Predictable? Never. Menacing? Always. Emmure have delivered “A Gift A Curse”, the fourth video from the album Eternal Enemies, available now. Aside from its technical mastery, the futuristic and mind-bending sequences propose the death of art. From the crumbling of the David Statue and the always enraged lyrics of Emmure, “A Gift A Curse” moves along like an ballistic missile, leaving little time to interpretation. Watch “A Gift A Curse” inside. Read the rest of this entry »