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Black Label Society Confirmed For Megadeth’s Gigantour, Dates Announced

Posted by on May 3, 2013

If you watched the live stream of the Revolver Golden Gods last night, then you also saw a few commercials teasing this year’s Gigantour. Those commercials pretty much confirmed the final and long rumored addition to Megadeth’s touring festival: Black Label Society. And now we know when exactly the tour will come to a town […]

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Newsted Confirmed For Megadeth’s Gigantour

Posted by on April 30, 2013

And so our top 5 continues to be proven wrong. Megadeth has just confirmed another band that will appear at this year’s Gigantour: Newsted, the new solo project of ex-Metallica bassist Jason Newsted. “Massive news! Metallica fans get ready! Jason Newsted come on down. Newsted is the next contestant on Gigantour 2013. Tear it up!!!, […]

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Hellyeah Confirmed For Megadeth’s Gigantour

Posted by on April 29, 2013

In last week’s top 5, there was one “supergroup” who we forgot as a possible candidate to play Megadeth’s Gigantour this year. That group would be Hellyeah. And as it turns out, they will indeed be onstage with Dave Mustaine as part of the festival tour. Hellyeah revealed this past weekend that they will be […]

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Here’s A List Of Bands To Not Play On A College Metal Radio Station

Posted by on February 7, 2013

We’re big fans of WSOU/South Orange here. First of all, they’re all metal all the time. Secondly, they’re in our listening area, and have served as a launching pad for countless metal bands since they switched to the format in the late ’80s, and more than a handful of its DJs and programmers have gone […]

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Video: Randy Blythe, Max Cavalera, Robb Flynn And More Perform With Suicide Silence At Mitch Lucker Memorial Show

Posted by on December 22, 2012

[youtube]http://youtu.be/9zb_9T5oyTI[/youtube] Last night, the surviving members of Suicide Silence took to the Fox Theater’s stage in Pomona, CA to pay tribute to their fallen singer Mitch Lucker and to raise funds for his daughter Kenadee. And as promised, the group had some well-known friends fill-in on vocals. While singers like Chad Gray of Hellyeah/Mudvayne, Tim […]

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First Round Of Vocalists For Mitch Lucker Tribute Show Announced

Posted by on December 8, 2012

During an appearance at the California Metalfest several weeks ago, the surviving members of Suicide Silence announced plans to perform a memorial show in honor of their late singer Mitch Lucker. The group said that a different singer would join them onstage for each song, it wasn’t known who exactly would be appearing at the show. That […]

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Hellyeah Release New Music Video, While Guitarist Forced To Sit Out Of Upcoming Shows

Posted by on May 23, 2012

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-PCQ0MwKLQ[/youtube] Hellyeah have been keeping pretty busy, having just finished their co-headlining tour with Clutch and with their new album Band Of Brothers coming out on July 17. However, a family emergency has reportedly forced guitarist Greg Tribbett to sit out of their shows from May 22 to May 28. Singer Chad Gray (also Tribbett’s […]

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Hellyeah Release New Single “War In Me”

Posted by on April 5, 2012

Hellyeah will be releasing their first album via new label home Eleven Seven Music on June 5. Earlier this week, though, Vinnie Paul and the gang gave fans their first taste of Band Of Brothers by releasing “War In Me” as a digital single. The song “War In Me” is available for purchase via iTunes […]

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Hellyeah Signs With Eleven Seven Music, Reveal New Album’s Title

Posted by on February 14, 2012

When singer Chad Gray and guitarist Greg Tribbett made it clear that Mudvayne were on hiatus, it also confirmed 2012 was going to be a big year for Hellyeah. So it came no surprise that Vinnie Paul and gang announced plans to release a new album in early June. It did, however, come as a surprise […]

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Mudvayne Officially On Hiatus (In Case You Couldn’t Tell)

Posted by on November 22, 2011

It’s been two years since Mudvayne released their self-titled fifth album. And since then, not much has been heard from the band, as singer Chad Gray and guitarist Greg Tribbett have been keeping busy with Hellyeah. Well now it looks like fans will have to wait at least another two years to hear anything from […]

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