Tag Archives: Tommy Vext

Ivan Moody quits Five Finger Death Punch onstage

Posted by on June 12, 2017

Less than two months ago, Five Finger Death Punch frontman Ivan Moody said he was leaving the band. However, it was the next day when this statement was nullified with Moody claiming he’s not going anywhere,  following guitarist Chris Kael joking about the said rumor. Earlier last month, we saw his return and everything seemed to […]

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Former Divine Heresy members form Westfield Massacre, stream single

Posted by on October 14, 2014

Remember Divine Heresy? The band, which featured Fear Factory’s Dino Cazares, Morbid Angel drummer Tim Yeung and initially Tommy Vext on vocals, released a few albums, and fell off the face of the earth for a few years. That all changed early last month, when Vext posted a picture of him and Yeung on his Instagram […]

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The Divine Heresy saga continues

Posted by on September 8, 2014

Remember last week when we found out that Divine Heresy was reforming with original singer Tommy Vext and without founding guitarist Dino Cazares? Then later in the week when guitarist Dino Cazares said he was doing something with the band as well with Vext’s replacement Travis Neal? So there are going to be two versions of Divine […]

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Get ready for two versions of Divine Heresy

Posted by on September 5, 2014

Divine Heresies? Divine Heresi? Either way, it looks like there’s going to be more than one version of the Divine Heresy. While the band started as the brainchild of Fear Factory guitarist Dino Cazares, on Wednesday, original singer Tommy Vext and drummer Tim Yeung announced via Instagram that they’re back. No mention was made of […]

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Divine Heresy reform with original singer Tommy Vext

Posted by on September 3, 2014

It’s been a few years since we’ve heard anything from Divine Heresy, the band featuring Fear Factory guitarist Dino Cazares, and drummer Tim Yeung. In fact, even though they released a second album, 2009’s Bringer of Plagues, after their pretty excellent 2007 debut Bleed the Fifth, the thing they’re potentially most popular for is when […]

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God Forbid’s Doc Coyle Talks Cover Band ‘Paradise City’

Posted by on July 15, 2013

In between his constant presence at metal shows and bartending shifts at Brookly metal bar Duffs, God Forbid guitarist Doc Coyle is a fixture in and around New York City. Now metal fans in the area will have another opportunity to see him, along with his fellow God Forbid guitarist Matt Wicklund in a new […]

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Dirge Within Recruit Divine Heresy’s Travis Neal As New Vocalist

Posted by on November 1, 2012

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXfKWl0QC0M[/youtube] As you may have heard, Dirge Within recently went through a rather public and less than friendly split with singer  Jeremy “Jerms” Genske. And yesterday, the Chicago based metal group announced that Divine Heresy’s Travis Neal is their new singer. Dirge Within revealed Genske’s replacement via the following statement, along with rehearsal video seen […]

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Vext Streaming New Song At Metal Injection

Posted by on February 23, 2012

Vext (the group featuring Tommy Vext and members of Mutiny Within) have premiered a new song called “In The End” over at Metal Injection.

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Tommy Vext Joins Forces With Members Of Mutiny Within, Release EP Teaser

Posted by on February 21, 2012

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QI1FVblIEWE[/youtube] What do you get when singer Tommy Vext collaborates with two former members of Mutiny Within? You get a new version of the singer’s project Vext. It all started when the former Divine Heresy/ Snot singer started working with Mutiny Within bassist Andrew Jacobs last Summer. The two then brought in Mutiny Within drummer […]

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Howard Jones Speaks Out About Killswitch Engage Exit As Possible Candidate Emerges

Posted by on January 6, 2012

In a statement on Killswitch Engage’s website, the band’s now-former vocalist Howard Jones has explained why he left the band. His answer is humble, and it shows a degree of maturity from both the band and Jones. After all, if it wasn’t amicable, he wouldn’t be posting it from the band’s site. Well, I guess […]

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