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Inaugural Sick New World festival to see the return of Coal Chamber and Lacey Strum in Flyleaf in Las Vegas 2023

Posted by on November 8, 2022

  Fresh off the most successful debut of Las Vegas’s When We Were Young festival, it seems it’s time for metal fans to get the same treatment. While October’s festival focused mainly on mid-2000s emo-centric bands coming together in a star-studded affair, May 13th, 2023, will give rise to what has been dubbed as Sick […]

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Metal albums with milestone anniversaries in 2022

Posted by on June 23, 2022

  You know that an album has staying power when it’s still being talked about decades down the line. Whether that’s for its success with critics, how well it sells, or the life its fans give it, These albums are the ones that defined the metal genre and continue to inspire after more than 30 […]

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Nine Inch Nails, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Slipknot and Kiss to headline largest Louder Than Life EVER!

Posted by on March 10, 2022

  With Louder Than Life being one of the few festivals to return in 2021 amidst two years of uncertainty, over 160,000 fans converged on the city of Louisville, Kentucky. Being one of those fans, engulfed by the sounds and smells that I missed so dearly, I could only wonder how the minds at Danny […]

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Body Count recording new album ‘Merciless’

Posted by on February 22, 2022

  Ice-T led act, Body Count, have started the process of recording the next in line album, after it’s highly successful Carnivore (2020). The band has decided on the title Merciless for, their eighth studio effort. Founder and the band’s frontman, Ice-T, recently had this to say via Twitter: “☠️BODY COUNT NEWS☠️ I’m proud to […]

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Body Count unveils second fan contest video for “The Hate is Real”

Posted by on July 1, 2021

  Body Count’s fan contest rolls on as the band has released the second video entry for “The Hate is Real.” Created by German filmmaker Joerg Harms of Black Vision Films. The contest centers around the track “The Hate is Real” and invites fans to submit a music video for the song. This is the […]

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Body Count announce new record in the works

Posted by on June 23, 2021

  Legendary rapper Ice-T has created his share of controversy in his long, storied career. By forming Body Count in 1990 along with guitarist Ernie C, Ice created another branch of his creativity and since then has conquered acting, writing, hardcore heavy metal, directing, and producing. Body count socials put out this message yesterday (22nd): […]

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Body Count unveil fan created video for “The Hate Is Real”

Posted by on March 23, 2021

  Grammy Award Winners Body Count recently launched a contest for fans to create and submit a video for the song “The Hate Is Real,” taken from their latest effort, Carnivore. The band has chosen their favorite, which was created by 25-year-old Brooklyn NY-based filmmaker, Seby Martinez.    Watch the clip below:

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Body Count win ‘Best Metal Performance’ at 63rd annual Grammy Awards

Posted by on March 15, 2021

  While metal continues to be snubbed during the Grammy Awards’ televised ceremony, the pre-telecast celebration tends to leave room for a single nod. Body Count won the Grammy for Best Metal Performance for their song, “Bum-Rush,” taken from their latest effort, 2020’s Carnivore. The group virtually-received their award during the pre-telecast ceremony last night […]

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Power Trip, Body Count, Code Orange, among 2021 Grammy Nominees

Posted by on November 24, 2020

  The nominations for the 2021 Grammy Awards are being announced right now, as they already revealed the Metal nominees along with the Rock and Alternative Rock categories. Considering the Award Ceremony’s long-history with snubbing Metal, the section remains slim. The 63rd Grammy Awards will take place on January 31st at 8:00PM ET / 5:00 […]

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Aftershock 2021: Metallica, My Chemical Romance to headline expanded 4 day festival

Posted by on October 22, 2020

  In what was looking to be an amazing year for festivals, 2020 came to a screeching halt when COVID-19 hit the masses. One after another, shows and festivals alike, first rebooked dates, and then finally threw in the towel all together on what was looking to be a dismal year for the industry and […]

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