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Blue Ridge Rock Fest: Static-X, Dope, Pantera, Vince Neil, and more added to 2023 lineup

Posted by on January 5, 2023

  The 2023 edition of Blue Ridge Rock Festival will take place in Alton, VA from September 7th – 10th. While Metal Insider enjoyed the 2022 run, the 2023 lineup could be the best year yet as Static-X, Pantera, Vince Neil, and many more have been added to the lineup.   Check out the extensive […]

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The Amity Affliction drop “Show Me Your God” video

Posted by on November 29, 2022

  Australian metalcore giants The Amity Affliction have shared a video for their new single, “Show Me Your God.”    Vocalist Joel Birch comments: “Show Me Your God is the first song of our first self-produced record. The song is the first in a series of explorations and internal meditations on how our past shapes […]

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Daily lineup for 2022 Blue Ridge Rock Festival revealed; more TBA

Posted by on June 13, 2022

  Virginia’s Blue Ridge Rock Festival’s journey this year has been exciting. The festival revealed its change in management after last year’s show. Soon after came the announcement of an upgrade in the venue, moving to the Virginia International Raceway, which are very familiar with dealing with the high volume of fans expected for a […]

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Concert Calendar (4/4-4/10) | Metal’s Comeback 2022, No Stopping Now. Judas Priest, Animals as Leaders, & more

Posted by on April 4, 2022

  Hope everyone enjoyed a happy first weekend of April! I’ve just about recovered from Overkill’s glorious Palladium performance (my vocal chords got fried) and am very happy to store away my winter gear. Anybody getting into any madness over this lively season? So yes, no more messing around. I’m here to list some live […]

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Shadows Fall, Down, Texas In July, Sevendust, Darkest Hour, and more announced for ‘Blue Ridge Rock Festival’ 2022

Posted by on March 10, 2022

  Shadows Fall have been added to the Blue Ridge Rock Festival! ‘Furnace Fest’ in Birmingham, AL for this fall. After going to go on an indefinite hiatus in 2014, the band returned to the stage, again as a unit, in December 2021 in the city of their origin, Massachusetts. As more acts are announced, […]

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The Amity Affliction unveil third single, ‘Death Is All Around’

Posted by on December 15, 2021

  Australian metalcore’s, The Amity Affliction have announced a limited-edition seven-inch EP Somewhere Beyond The Blue and have unveiled the third single, “Death Is All Around”. The title Somewhere Beyond The Blue is an extrapolation from a message one of singer Ahren Stringer’s close friends sent him before he took his own life, “I’ll be […]

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The Amity Affliction have released “Give up your Ghost”

Posted by on November 18, 2021

  The Amity Affliction has released a new single in “Give up your Ghost.” The band is made up of Joel Birch on vocals, Ahren Stringer on bass, Dan Brown on lead guitar and Jon Longobardi on the drums. This is what they had to say about the new track, “It turns out everything is […]

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The Amity Affliction dedicate new song to late I Killed the Prom Queen bassist Sean Kennedy

Posted by on September 15, 2021

  Australia’s, The Amity Affliction, have released a new song called “Like Love.” The track is dedicated to the late Sean Kennedy, bassist for I Killed the Prom Queen and Deez Nuts, who passed away tragically at the age of 35 earlier this year. You can watch the video down below.    

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The Amity Affliction share two b-sides from ‘Everyone Loves You…Once You Leave Them’

Posted by on October 20, 2020

    The Amity Affliction have shared two b-side tracks from their latest album, Everyone Loves You…Once You Leave Them, which was released this past February via Pure Noise. The two songs are “Midnight Train” and “Don’t Wade in the Water,” and hold a significant meaning as frontman Joel Birch explains: “‘Midnight Train’ came about […]

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Metal By Numbers 4/1: Welcome to the new and improved Metal By Numbers

Posted by on April 1, 2020

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   I’ve been writing the Metal By Numbers column for about 7 1/2 years now, and I think it’s about time for change. Something’s been missing from this column and for years I haven’t […]

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