Metal

Today, Alice Cooper may be one of hard rock’s old guard, but we should never forget that once upon a time, his cross-dressing, self-beheading antics were the stuff of parents’ nightmares. Which is why it’s unsurprising, if awesome, that while KISS’ Gene Simmons is worried that “rock is dead,” the Coop is here for the
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Last night, June 18th, occult rockers Ghost took the main stage at France’s Hellfest festival. Unfortunately the band were forced to cut their set short when frontman Tobias Forge lost his voice. As you’ll see in the video below via Metal Hammer, Forge ends the band’s set without performing crowd favorite “Square Hammer,” telling the
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Quiet. Wait. Do you hear that? Ephraim, close the shutters. Elodie, douse that candle. Quickly, my children, quickly. Come here, gather up your rosaries, and pray with me. Hush, child. Stop your crying. Listen, and be afeared. There. The thunder. It is the crashing of his bricks. He comes. Like a broad-shouldered shadow, he falls
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Most of you know Manuel Gagneux as the mind behind Zeal & Ardor, who famously perform harrowing black metal that focuses heavily on the Black experience. The band’s 2017 debut Devil Is Fine combined metal’s shadowiest subgenre with slave spirituals, while 2020’s Wake of a Nation confronted the racial strife gripping America in the fallout
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Tonight saw Mötley Crüe kick off their long-awaited and twice-rescheduled Stadium Tour in Atlanta, Georgia, marking the band’s reunion after their recent farewell tour. Unfortunately, according to fan-shot video below, drummer Tommy Lee had to be replaced five songs into the band’s set, while Vince Neil had significant issues singing. According fan videos via Blabbermouth,
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Ask your average hardcore Christian fundamentalist, and they’ll tell you that satanism is a cabal of murderers and rapists that has secretly operated behind the scenes of society for centuries (not most Christians, who are reasonable people that see the Bible has a series of informative parables and don’t cast God as some bloodthirsty drama
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King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp and his wife, the actress and singer Toyah Willcox, are back with the latest entry in their ongoing “Sunday Lunch” series of cover videos. This Sunday, Fripp and Toyah cover “Killing In The Name” by rap-rock legends Rage Against The Machine. It’s not the duo’s usual flavor of cover, but definitely leans into
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