Category Archives: Kiddie Metal

A Disney power metal album is a thing that exists

Posted by on April 3, 2017

We first heard about this on April Fool’s Day, but we weren’t going to write about it because we didn’t think anyone would believe us. Disney, who we wrote about last week for once again banning a metal band from playing at one of their venues, has embraced the genre via an album of power […]

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Evanescence singer Amy Lee making kids music now

Posted by on August 17, 2016

Although there may be some that argue that goth metallers Evanescence have always been kids music, the band’s vocalst Amy Lee is going all out and making a children’s album. Dream Too Much will be released as an Amazon Music exclusive on September 30th, and is actually a collaboration with much of her family. Her father […]

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Today In Satan: Moms outraged over pentagram brake lights on school bus

Posted by on January 23, 2015

According to local reports, a Tennessee mom spotted brake lights on a school bus that appear to form the shape of a pentagram. “Anyone who fears a God, if not God and Jesus Christ, should be outraged,” says the Cordova parent – who chose to remain anonymous due the backlash she received for her outrage online […]

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Kids Play The Darndest Things: Check Out Unlocking The Truth

Posted by on May 10, 2013

[youtube]http://youtu.be/F2Q1qBNrlXo[/youtube] Have you heard of Unlocking The Truth yet? Sure, they’ve been written about on the internet before but this clip of the three-piece metal band playing Times Square is going viral, having been viewed 550,000 times since being uploaded a few weeks ago. And with good reason – The Brooklyn trio aren’t old enough […]

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Monster Ballads Gets The Kidz Bop Treatment It Deserves

Posted by on April 18, 2011

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CErzt7ngFs[/youtube]Record label Razor & Tie, which counts All That Remains and Norma Jean among the artists on its roster, has made their money the old-fashioned – by direct to consumer marketing via cable TV ads. Their Monster Ballads and Buzz Ballads series have gotten people temporarily re-interested in the likes of Mr. Big and Vertical […]

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