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Megadeth & Lamb of God brought the Metal Tour of the Year to NJ’s PNC Arts Center – 9/16/2021

Posted by on September 20, 2021

  The self-declared Metal Tour of the Year rolled into New Jersey’s PNC Arts Center on Thursday night (Sept 16), and holy f*cking hell, did it live up to its billing. With a beastly lineup built on Hatebreed’s hardcore, Trivium’s thrash fusion, Lamb of God’s monstrous power grooves, and Megadeth’s timeless metal classics, there was […]

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‘Sermons of the Sinner’ by KK’s Priest Exceeds Expectations

Posted by on September 20, 2021

  You’ve read all the stories and comments online and you’ve likely heard the first few songs released from the debut from KK’s Priest, the new band formed by longtime Judas Priest guitarist KK Downing. And you might be wondering about the rest of the new record that’s releasing mere days from now. So if […]

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Ministry’s new LP ‘Moral Hygiene’ is one of their best

Posted by on September 20, 2021

  Moral Hygiene has quickly become one of my favorite records of 2021 and I’m rather surprised at the reason why. Perhaps it’s the rather upbeat sonics, or maybe the lyrics that take a slightly less abrasive and more optimistic tone than much the band’s previous record. But really, what I think it comes down […]

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The Bouncing Souls made fans “Sing Along Forever” in Asbury Park on 9/5/2021 w/ The Menzingers, Sick of It All, etc.

Posted by on September 14, 2021

  The Bouncing Souls hold an annual hometown show at the Stone Pony Summer Stage in Asbury Park, New Jersey. For the most part, this year was no different as the event kicked off on September 5th, 2021. Metal Insider contributing photographer Melinda Oswandel was there to capture the experience. With nearly eighteen months have […]

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Hurricane Ida didn’t stop Soulfly from dominating NYC’s Gramercy Theatre on 9/1/2021

Posted by on September 13, 2021

  On September 1st, as the entire Tri-State area braced itself for the remnants of Hurricane Ida, Soulfly fans braved their way to New York City’s Gramercy Theatre. Unfortunately, Mother Nature got her show started early, with heavy rainfall coming before doors opening. Luckily the building next to Gramercy Theatre, where the line forms, was […]

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