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Category Archives: Reissues

Metallica’s James Hetfield unboxes new “Kill ‘Em All” deluxe edition

Posted by on April 5, 2016

A few weeks back, we got word that Metallica will be reissuing their first albums Kill ‘Em All and Ride The Lightning which will be released in deluxe box-sets format containing several CD’s and vinyls along with some other goodies. As the release date of April 15th for both box-set is approaching rapidly, the band decided to […]

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Tony Iommi says Black Sabbath has plans with former singer Tony Martin

Posted by on March 4, 2016

Black Sabbath is on the final stages as a performing band with their current farewell tour, but there are many other things going on behind the band that should get some excited in some sort of level like the announcement of the band working again with former singer of the band Tony Martin. In preparation […]

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Metallica to reissue ‘Kill ’em All’ and ‘Ride the Lightning’ in deluxe box sets

Posted by on February 18, 2016

Metallica have been working on their new album for some time now and until we hear anything resembling completion about it, we won’t have to wait much longer for a Metallica release – even if it isn’t exactly new stuff.. Well over a year ago, the band asked fans to send in any pictures, bootlegs, and […]

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S.O.D.’s ‘Speak English or Die’ being reissued in November

Posted by on October 22, 2015

Want to make your politically correct metalhead friends’ heads explode this holiday season? Thanks to Megaforce and Stormtroopers of Death, you’ll be able to do just that, as S.O.D.’s debut album Speak English or Die is going to be reissued as a 30th anniversary edition. Initially released in 1985, S.O.D. consisted of Anthrax’s Scott Ian and Charlie […]

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Revocation to re-release first album

Posted by on October 13, 2015

Revocation’s reputation and popularity have continued to increase since the release of their first album for Relapse, Existence is Futile. However, that wasn’t their first actual album. That was Empire of the Obscene, released in February of 2008. Haven’t heard it? You’re not alone. While that EP got them enough buzz for Relapse to pick them up, the […]

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