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Metal Alliance Tour To Return

A new image posted online seems to indicate the Metal Alliance Tour will be back for another run in 2015. There is no word yet on who’ll be playing this year’s installment of the popular tour. Last year, Behemoth, Goatwhore, 1349, and…

New England Metal And Hardcore Fest Lineup Grows

More bands have been added to the lineup for this year’s New England Metal and Hardcore Festival. Most notably, the organizers have enlisted the reunited Red Chord to play the Palladium this coming April. The fest is set for April 17…

Scars Of Tomorrow Set Date For New Record’s Release

July is when the new album from the reunited Scars Of Tomorrow will drop. Not June 24, as previously revealed. Yes, Failed Transmissions has been bumped. It happens to a lot of records, really. Look for it on July 8, and look for it to be…

Bloggers Stir Up Fake Controversy Over Emmure Shirt

Yesterday, two blogs of some renown and zero humor posted fake news stories about a “controversial” shirt that worthless fucking band Emmure started selling online, but pulled from their merch site hours later. The same shirt was on sale…

Aborted’s New Album: Hear It In Full

Head to the end of this post. There, you will find the new Aborted album, streaming in its glorious entirety. Called The Necrotic Manifesto, it drops in stores tomorrow. Also head here to listen to our recent podcast with Aborted’s frontman…

Nile Working On New Material

Last night was the final night of the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, and I came away from the entire experience exhausted and with my penis smelling like it normally does, and not like it was in a body cavity. Nile were one of the…

Scars Of Tomorrow Back In Action

That is correct, oh wise one. Scars of Tomorrow are back in business, baby. I will get to see the reformed band perform this week, in fact, as I will be at the New England Hardcore and Metal Festival. Or is it Metal and Hardcore? I always…

Broken Hope Announce Dates With Oceano

Man, what a boring headline that is, right? I mean, Broken Hope are decent. They’d be worth going to see. But Oceano? That band’s popularity confounds me, and I’m not alone (obviously). I think I’d rather eat my own hand than sit through…