Tag Archives: Fit For An Autopsy

Concert Calendar (12/05-12/10): Some Last Parties – Exodus, Marky Ramone, & more

Posted by on December 5, 2023

  Well, damn. Our hearts are rapidly pacing. We can’t tell if it’s because we’re ready for a new year of adventures, or if it’s because of… …COFFEE. So, what’s the plan, ya’ll? Luckily, Ian has already listed a lot of really solid shows happening as we ride along the holiday rush (see below) so […]

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Fit For An Autopsy & Exodus announce fall tour w/ Darkest Hour & Undeath

Posted by on July 25, 2023

  Fit For An Autopsy and Exodus will be hitting the road this fall for a U.S. tour with support from Darkest Hour and Undeath. The trek is scheduled to kick off on November 15th in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and will run through December 10th in New Kensington, PA.   Tour Dates: 11/15 Ft. Lauderdale, […]

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Metal By Numbers: Metallica leads the charts – 4/28/2023

Posted by on April 28, 2023

  Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Here are the notable debuts and sales from March 31st, April 7th, and 14th. For the April 14th date, it is noteworthy that the Billboard Top 200 chart incorporates streaming figures. However, the […]

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Concert Calendar (3/29-4/1): All You Can Have – Vader, The Acacia Strain, & more

Posted by on March 27, 2023

‘sup, ya’ll?! You have no idea the level of excitement we’re feeling from knowing what’s in store for April. So yeah, you know we listed some grand slams, and Ian’s concert calendar’s objective is to always spot-light the best and energize you for some ultra-heavy gigs coming down the pike throughout April. This is going […]

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Blue Ridge Rock Festival 2023: Megadeth, Fit For An Autopsy & more added to lineup

Posted by on January 6, 2023

  Megadeth, Fit For An Autopsy and Landmvrks have been added to the 2023 edition of Blue Ridge Rock Festival. The festival  will take place in Alton, VA from September 7th – 10th.   Check out the extensive lineup (so far): Pantera Parkway Drive (full Pyrotechnic Performance) Static-X Megadeth Motionless In White Beartooth Coal Chamber […]

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Metal Insider’s Zenae Zukowski’s Top 35 Albums of 2022

Posted by on December 29, 2022

    The pandemic has given artists time to reflect and create, resulting in many artists releasing new records, surprise EPs, reissues, and live recordings. However, did all bands use their time wisely by releasing one of their strongest albums, or fall flat compared to their prior offerings? This year was a hit or miss, […]

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Metal Insider’s Chris Annunziata’s Top 10 Albums of 2022

Posted by on December 29, 2022

  I’m back and this time with a top 10 list of 2022. Is my list predictable? Perhaps, but it doesn’t change the fact that these albums absolutely destroyed 2022. Enjoy!   10) Devin Townsend, Lightwork (InsideOut) What’s there to say? It’s the mighty and prolific Devin Townsend. An easy to listen to 10 track […]

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Lamb Of God’s first-ever ‘Headbangers Boat’ cruise to feature Mastodon, Testament, Hatebreed, GWAR, and more in 2023

Posted by on November 9, 2022

  Lamb Of God have recently announced their first-ever Headbangers Boat. The voyage will begin on October 31st through November 4th, 2023, which starts in Miami, FL, on the Norwegian Pearl and will make its way to Nassau, Bahamas, and back. During the cruise, Lamb of God will perform two headlining sets, including their 2004 […]

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Fit For An Autopsy, Full of Hell and The Acacia Strain announce 2023 co-headlining tour

Posted by on November 2, 2022

  Fit For An Autopsy will be teaming up with Full of Hell and The Acacia Strain for a co-headlining tour with special guests Primitive Man. The trek kicks off on March 8th in Brooklyn, NY and will run through April 1st in Worcester, MA. Tickets go on sale this Friday (4th) at 10am local […]

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Review/Photos: Blue Ridge Rock Festival Day 2 09/09/22 w/ Mudvayne, Gojira, Halestorm, etc.

Posted by on October 17, 2022

  With one day down, it was Friday’s time to shine. Quite literally, too, as the weather called for nothing but sunshine and warm weather. With more people finishing their work weeks, the festival grounds were sure to be packed out early, with fans eager to let loose for the day leading into their weekend. […]

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