Ozzy Osbourne: Three Songs Written For Next Solo LP

Ozzy Osbourne

With his latest career retrospective in stores, some fans are wondering when Ozzy Osbourne will actually release another new solo album. After all, it’s been a little bit now since that last one, which was pretty piss poor, by all accounts I’d heard. But Ozzy says he’s ready to return to the studio to record […]

“Project Rogue — Titans” Tries Again

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The first crowd-funding campaign for “Project Rogue — Titans” fell significantly short of its $70,000 goal, netting less than $10,000. So, Randy Herrera’s giving it a second try. Now, there is a new Pledgemusic campaign going…but the goal’s unspecified at this time.
 The relaunchhed effort features some new named, as you will see from the […]

Capture The Crown Get New Members

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Not that anyone really gives a fuck, but Capture The Crown have now commented on the exits of guitarist Jye Menzies, guitarist and bassist Kris Sheehan and drummer Tyler March. In fact, they have even found some replacements. “Word is starting to get around that there have been changes made to Capture the Crown‘s lineup. […]

At The Gates, Converge To Tour Next Year

At The Gates

The lineup for next year’s annual Decibel Magazine Tour was announced during last night’s Amon Amarth concert in New York. I was there for most of the gig. Before having to head to the Skeletonwitch show in Brooklyn. Set to join the North American tour are At The Gates, Converge and Vallenfyre. More bands will […]

Skeletonwitch Frontman Leaves Band’s Tour

Skeletonwitch without Chance at St. Vitus

Last night, Skeletonwitch played a set in Brooklyn without their frontman, Chance Garnette. Chance’s brother, guitarist Nate Garnette, explained at the show’s outset that the singer had to return to Ohio “to take care of some personal” matters. There’s no word yet on what this personal issue is, or when Chance will be back with […]

Exodus Frontman Talks About “Big Four”

Exodus

Should Exodus be in the “Big Four?” That’s a question that likely comes up in every interview any of the band’s members commit to. Argentinian radio station Rock & Pop 95.9 FM recently spoke with Exodus vocalist Steve “Zetro” Souza and was asked for his opinion. “Personally, I don’t pay attention to that necessarily,” he […]

Black Dahlia Murder Frontman Guests On Disentomb Track

Misery

Head to the end of this post. There, you will find a track from Disentomb. The cut boasts a guest appearance by the Black Dahlia Murder’s frontman Trevor Strnad. Check out the song, called “Forced Adornment Of The Funerary Crown,” and tell us what you think. The song appears on the band’s new LP Misery. […]

Watch An Interview With Drunk Phil Anselmo

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Philip Anselmo — known for his work with Pantera, Down, and Superjoint Ritual — was shithoused back in August when he was interviewed by EMP Rock Invasion at the Summer Breeze festival in Dinkelsbühl, Germany. For some reason, it took all this fucking time for the video to surface. The video is only mildly embarrassing […]

The Sword Selling BMX Bike

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First, they sold their fans The Sword-branded beer. Next came a hot sauce. Now, The Sword have teamed up with BMX company Subrosa to make a custom bike. It’s called The Stormwitch, and video of it in action follows at the end of this post. The bike boasts art from J.H. Williams III, who is […]

Structures Announce Impending Hiatus

Structures

A band I could never get into is getting out of the music business. Toronto-based Structures has announced plans to go on hiatus at the end of the year. Before they call it a day, they will play a handful of Canadian shows with Obey The Brave, Exalt, and Villains. Says the band: “We are […]