Listen To A New Carcass Track — Now!

You know you want it

Carcass have released a lyric video for a new track you’ve never heard before. The video for “Livestock Marketplace” follows at the end of this post. The tune comes from the band’s Surgical Remission/Surplus Steel EP, which will be out November 11. I have it. The thing rules. How these songs were left off the […]

Family Book Tour Dates


What’s that? You forgot about that band Family? To be honest, so did I with all the new releases that have been hitting recently, and because, well, the Brooklyn band has not been up to too much lately. But that’s about to change. Family — who have undergone some lineup changes they’ve yet to disclose […]

Brujeria Are Back


Holy fucking shit! Brujeria — boasting members of Carcass and Napalm Death — are returning, folks. The band has signed a new deal with Nuclear Blast Entertainment. They have a new album all set for release in 2015, too. This is the best news I’ve heard since she said told me her period came. The […]

BTB&M’s Tommy Rogers Streaming Solo Tune

Thomas Giles

Between The Buried And Me frontman Tommy Rogers is streaming a new song from his forthcoming second Thomas Giles record. The song at the end of this post is called “I Appear Disappear” and comes from Modern Noise. The track includes a guest solo from Between The Buried And Me bandmate Paul Waggoner. Rogers said […]

Suicidal Tendencies Book Shows

Suicidal Tendencies

That’s right, people. Suicidal Tendencies have announced a handful of final headlining shows for 2014. No dates are currently booked for the new year, as far as I can tell. Suicidal Tendencies cam be seen at the following venues on the following dates: 12/8: Denver, CO @ Summit 12/9: Salt Lake City, UT @ The […]

Attila Guitarist Quits


Sure, that band Attila is unlistenable tripe. But whenever someone makes a move to better themselves, I like to highlight that. Attila guitarist Nate Salameh has left the band, because he’s trying to dry up. He writes online: “It was apparent to the people who are close to me (including the guys in the band) […]

Slayer’s King Hypes Next LP

Kerry King

He could tell me the album is the greatest thing to happen since Kate Upton’s massive rack, and I still wouldn’t sit down with the impending Slayer record for a listen. Slayer’s last few albums have been identical — they’ve all sucked. So don’t think it strange I’m not buying into Slayer guitarist Kerry King’s […]

Slipknot’s Root Talks Paul Gray’s Addiction


The late Paul Gray’s widow has suggested that at the height of her husband’s addiction, the guys in Slipknot basically blew off the bassist and wouldn’t help get him the treatment that could have saved his life. Now, Slipknot guitarist Jim Root is claiming the band’s members did everything they could to get Gray help, […]

Vice Slam Traitors For Bailing On Tour


This is just kind of funny to me, only because I can’t imagine a better life than living on the road, going from city to city, playing music for people who love what I do. Then again, I have never toured. So maybe I shouldn’t be so hard on Traitors, who apparently bolted from their […]

ShipRocked Cruise Taps Lacuna Coil, Limp Bizkit

I'd rather drown

I guess this is what Lacuna Coil wants — to be lumped in with the cock rock acts of yesterday and today. Because Lacuna Coil are playing the ShipRocked Cruise in February. ShipRocked — billed as “the ultimate rock music cruise vacation” — will sail roundtrip between the Port Of Miami and Great Stirrup Cay […]