Tag Archives: Shai Hulud

Vagus Nerve (Doc Coyle’s new band) asks ‘Do You Know Who I Am?’

Posted by on October 28, 2015

Earlier this year Vagus Nerve played their first show in Brooklyn, NY. That’s the band that ex-God Forbid guitarist Doc Coyle has been playing with the past few years. Featuring vocalist Ravi Orr of Phyllotaxis, Aden Oxenreider on bass guitar, Moe Watson from Aliens (and touring with Shai Hulud right now) on drums, and guitarist Mike Gowen of Mother, […]

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Shai Hulud strike it rich with Such Gold tour

Posted by on September 11, 2015

After touring with Ghost Key, Bishop, No Forty Winters, and Lions Lion earlier this year, and finding a new label home with No Sleep Records, Shai Hulud has just announced a co-headlining tour with Such Gold. Shai Hulud also has a new album on the way. The tentative street date was November 13th, 2015, but the No Sleep pre-order page […]

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Shai Hulud bundle up for Colder Than The Cold World

Posted by on July 24, 2015

Late last year Matt Fox of Shai Hulud said the band had, “a little something something” in store for 2015. Today we’ve got a brand new song, and Shai Hulud – after two studio albums with Metal Blade – has a new label home in No Sleep Records. Said Fox in a statement: “Come 2015, this […]

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Shai Hulud reveal plans for new material

Posted by on December 16, 2014

In a recent interview with Metal Injection, Matt Fox of Shai Hulud revealed that the band has “something” planned for 2015. When asked about a new Shai Hulud album, Fox replied: “We do have a little something-something planned for next year, but it’s not a full length, though the tentative goal is to enter the studio for […]

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Devildriver, Shadows Fall, Richard Christy & more detail ‘Spinal Tap’ moments

Posted by on March 2, 2014

Note: On this date in 1984, This is Spinal Tap was released. The mock documentary about a metal band on the downslope of it’s career is required viewing for any band, and still holds up today. November 11th, 2011 was “National Metal Day,” and this is a column we first ran back then. Happy 30th Annicrsary, […]

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This Or The Apocalypse drummer undergoes appendectomy surgery

Posted by on January 6, 2014

If you’re planning on catching This or the Apocalypse on the road with Shai Hulud, Sirens and Sailors and Sworn In (they’ll be on starting 1/11), you might see an unfamiliar face behind the kit. That’s because TOTA drummer Aaron Maloney is sitting out at least some of the run following emergency appendectomy surgery. The […]

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Metal By Numbers 3/14: How To Destroy Album Sales

Posted by on March 14, 2013

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. No, I’m not going to go into some kind of rant about illegal downloading as the title might suggest. It just happened to fit nicely with the top debut and album of the week, […]

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Metal By Numbers 3/6: The Charts Are Ruined

Posted by on March 6, 2013

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Well okay, the charts aren’t actually ruined (except for the fact that the soundtrack to Twilight is on it). There have been various boosts to certain albums this week and we’ve got some debuts from […]

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Metal By Numbers 2/27: You Will Confess

Posted by on February 27, 2013

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. It’s been approximately…never since my last confession. Actually, I don’t think anyone here at Metal Insider has ever made a confession that wasn’t preceded by downing a bottle of whiskey beforehand. Just kidding. We […]

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New & Noteworthy, February 19th – Provoking the Disturbed

Posted by on February 19, 2013

As promised, today we have a battle for supremacy between some mainstream rock acts trying to maintain their fame, and a few extremely heavy metal groups with established followings that could force the public to recognize them with a good sales showing. Let’s not even bother discussing it, because we have a lot to cover. […]

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