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Metal Insider’s Top 7 concert moments we didn’t even realize we missed

Posted by on June 14, 2021

  Slipknot. Megadeth. Guns n’ Roses. The… Eagles? If there’s one thing these bands all have in common, it’s rescheduled tour dates that are hitting arenas and amphitheaters just in time for summer. After a staggering 15 months off the road, bands & fans alike are frothing at the mouth for a taste of live […]

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Five things Domkraft learned recording ‘Seeds’ during COVID-19 pandemic

Posted by on April 23, 2021

    Swedish psychedelic doom trio Domkraft are gearing up for their new album, Seeds, out April 30th via Magnetic Eye Records (pre-order here). We asked vocalist/bassist Martin Wegeland to list five things he learned recording the record during the COVID-19 pandemic.    TIME TO FOCUS With restrictions narrowing down the other possible distractions, we […]

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Five things Koningsor learned recording their self-titled EP during COVID-19 pandemic

Posted by on April 22, 2021

  Austin melodic math metal outfit Koningsor are gearing up for the release of their self-titled EP, out digitally on April 30th via Silent Pendulum Records (order here). We asked drummer Andy Sadler to list five things he learned about creating the EP during the COVID-19 pandemic.     01) Practice patience: Recording is already a […]

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Hideous Divinity’s Enrico S reveals his Top 5 ‘Alien’ movies

Posted by on April 14, 2021

    Italian death metal outfit Hideous Divinity are gearing up to release their new EP, LV-426, on April 23rd via Century Media Records (pre-order here). What sets this EP apart from the rest is Aliens. By this, we mean the Alien franchise series, which started with 1979 Alien, directed by Ridley Scott, following 1986’s […]

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Five things LGND’s Chad Ruhlig learned from recording new music during COVID-19 pandemic

Posted by on March 24, 2021

  LGND, the collaborative project led by vocalist Chad Ruhlig’s (For The Fallen Dreams), has been releasing new songs via Rise Records, which is part of a collection of different musicians and producers. The artist recently unveiled the song “Spite Me,” featuring Andrew Tkacyk of The Ghost Inside. We asked Ruhlig to share five things […]

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