Tag Archives: Slaves

Metal By Numbers 8/19: Deep Purple are truckin’ up the charts

Posted by on August 19, 2020

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   You’d think a band with 21 studio albums would just be old and tired, but Deep Purple has been bringing it to the table the past couple years. Ever since 2013’s Now What?! the group […]

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Slaves drop new video for “Cursed”

Posted by on August 7, 2020



Slaves have dropped a video for the song “Cursed.” The track is taken from their new album, To Better Days, which is out now.


Watch the clip below:

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King Mothership feat. members of Periphery and Slaves announce debut album “The Ritual;” drop video “Cosmic Meltdown”

Posted by on August 7, 2020

  Periphery frontman, Spencer Sotelo and drummer Matt Halpern have teamed up with Slaves’ bassist Tai Wright to form a new project called King Mothership. The band will drop their debut album, The Ritual , on Oct. 2 via Century Media Records and 3DOT Recordings. King Mothership is a project that Sotelo has been working on for […]

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Interview with Slaves on new album ‘To Better Days’

Posted by on July 21, 2020

  California rockers Slaves are gearing up for their new album To Better Days, out August 7th via SBG Records (pre-order here). The record will be their first with frontman Matt McAndrew and last under their current moniker. We caught up with the group to discuss these changes and looking forward to seeing their next […]

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Slaves release “Like I Do” video, band plans to change their name due to its racial connotations

Posted by on June 26, 2020

  August 7th will mark the final chapter for the group Slaves as their upcoming album, To Better Days, will be the last under the moniker. Following the Black Lives Movement, the band has decided to change their name as they feel it neglects to take ownership of its racial connotations. Initially, the group picked […]

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Slaves shall release “To Better Days” in August; drop “Wasting My Youth” video

Posted by on May 29, 2020

    Slaves has announced their new album To Better Days will arrive on August 7th via SBG Records. The band also dropped a new music video for their song “Wasting My Youth” which was directed by Orie Mcginness and Dana Willax. Vocalist Matt McAndrew provided insight about the lyrics for the single: “There is a lyric, ‘The feeling […]

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Metal Inside(r) Home Quarantine: Slaves vocalist Matt McAndrew “it’s important to find a distraction from the news”

Posted by on May 5, 2020

  Metal Inside(r) Home Quarantine is Metal Insider’s new column during this time of isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We asked artists five questions on what’s been keeping them busy ranging from their favorite movies, food they’ve been eating, music they’ve been listening to and more. We caught up with Slaves vocalist Matt McAndrew […]

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Metal By Numbers 1/30: Trust the charts

Posted by on January 30, 2019

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   Papa Roach is the top rock/metal debut this week. On the charts overall, it’s accompanied by other stars of the early 2000’s like Switchfoot, Guster, and Weezer’s covers album (featuring a cover of […]

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CKY and Slaves announces co-headlining tour w/Royal Thunder & Awaken I Am

Posted by on April 12, 2018

CKY have announced a co-headlining trek with the post-hardcore group Slaves. The group will be promoting their latest effort The Phoenix, which was released last year via eOne and Slaves will bring their new album Beautiful Death.  Royal Thunder and Awaken I Am will be joining in as support. CKY drummer Jess Margera expressed his […]

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Metal By Numbers 3/21: Judas Priest display some firepower with their best US debut yet

Posted by on March 21, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. For the past seven years, words like “retirement”, “farewell”, and phrases like “final album” have dogged Judas Priest. There was the Epitaph Tour, K.K. Downing’s retirement, and their studio first album in six years. […]

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