Category Archives: Metal On The Web

Halloween is upon us so Marilyn Manson is telling ghost stories

Posted by on October 30, 2013

Marilyn Manson may be the epitome of evil on spoken and vocal tracks or in live musical performances, but we’re not so sure about how good he is at telling ghost stories to tweens. The kids in the video below don’t seem too convinced either, at first. Either way, Manson definitely gives horror cred and wit […]

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Ikea product or death metal band?

Posted by on October 11, 2013

Even if you haven’t spent a ton of time trolling around Ikea stores getting your  Fight Club fix on searching for that perfect coffee table that looks like a Yin and Yang, you may still have noticed their product names bearing a striking resemblance to many of your favorite death metal band names. Pittsburgh-based ad agency Gatesman+Dave noticed  and […]

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Ever wonder what Red Fang’s favorite drinking songs are?

Posted by on September 20, 2013

In support of their upcoming studio album, Red Fang recently hung out with our bros at Metal Injection in New York City, when they were asked what their favorite songs are to drink to. While we aren’t going to give away all of the secrets, (you can see for yourself by clicking here) we will […]

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Metal moms give Atilla video thumbs down for too many butt shots

Posted by on September 19, 2013

A group of moms featured in the online YouTube channel, Daily Disruption, are being asked for their opinions on metal for the review group, Moms on Metal. For episode one they gave Atilla’s “About That Life” an honest review, looking at the video for the song with an artistically critical eye. “There were just butt […]

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Metal music can make you happy, according to The Atlantic

Posted by on September 10, 2013

Metal may be finally getting its due allegiance in the highbrow world of non-music website music analysis. In a recent article published online by The Atlantic, the genre is not only getting credit for being a valid emotional release but also for the graciousness of the artists creating the effects. Author Leah Sottile talks to reserach […]

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