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Category Archives: Legacies

Metallica’s ‘Kill ‘Em All’ Was Released 30 Years Ago Today

Posted by on July 25, 2013

On this day in 1983, Metallica released their debut album, Kill ‘Em All. While the band’s style has greatly evolved since its release (for better or worse), the album remains a must have by metal fans for its raw and in-your-face thrash sound. It’s no wonder that fans freaked out when Metallica performed the album […]

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Jeff Hanneman Memorial Celebration Set For May 23

Posted by on May 16, 2013

While the metal community has been paying tribute to the untimely death of Jeff Hanneman in their own way since it was announced that he’d passed away two weeks ago, plans have been announced for an actual gathering to celebrate the legacy of the Slayer guitarist. The Jeff Hanneman Memorial Celebration will take place on […]

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Chino Moreno Says Lost Deftones Album May Be Released

Posted by on May 13, 2013

[youtube]http://youtu.be/2UvDp1oRmjY[/youtube] It’s been exactly one month since Deftones bassist Chi Cheng passed away and about 4 1/2 years after a car accident left him in a coma. And while the band has continued forward, recruiting Quicksand’s Sergio Vega as bassist and releasing two albums, the band decided to scrap Eros, the album they’d been working on […]

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Jeff Hanneman’s Official Cause Of Death Revealed, Slayer Issue Statement

Posted by on May 9, 2013

As the metal world continues to grieve the loss of Jeff Hanneman, an official cause of death has been released. It’s been confirmed that though the guitarist had been sidelined for over two years due to a Necrotizing fasciitis infection cause by a spider bite, Hanneman reportedly died from alcohol related cirrhosis. Some began to […]

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Happy 20th Anniversary To Faith No More’s ‘Angel Dust’

Posted by on June 8, 2012

Ever forget an important birthday? We were about to leave for the weekend, when we saw a post on Stereogum proclaiming that on June 8, 1992, Faith No More’s fourth album, Angel Dust, was released. The album, quite possibly Faith No More’s best, followed up on the massive platinum success of 1989’s The Real Thing […]

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