Alestorm to set sail for spring 2023 U.S. tour with Gloryhammer

Pirate metal band Alestorm, with labelmate Gloryhammer as direct support and Canadian band Lutharo opening, will set sail for the United States in spring 2023. The tour kicks off May 5 in Charlotte, North Carolina, and will wrap up May 28 in Silver Spring, Maryland. Tickets go on sale Friday, Jan. 27. "Hi American friends!... Continue Reading →

Obituary sets spring 2023 North American headline tour

Veteran Florida death metal band Obituary has announced a spring 2023 North American headline tour with support from Immolation, Blood Incantation and Ingrown. Obituary is touring in support of its new album "Dying of Everything," out now and available here via Relapse Records. Tickets, which will be available here, go on sale at 10 a.m. local time Friday,... Continue Reading →

Candlemass to headline Hell in the Harbor pre-party in Baltimore

Swedish doom metal band Candlemass will headline the pre-party for the inaugural Hell in the Harbor festival on Friday, May 26, 2023, in Baltimore, Maryland. The lineup for the event at Baltimore Soundstage also includes Warhorse, Devil Master, Kontusion, Withered, BastardCröss and Total Maniac. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3Mv0m4yiZM Tickets for the pre-party are on sale here. Tickets for... Continue Reading →

Pantera announces 2023 North American tour with Lamb of God

Pantera--reformed with Zakk Wylde (guitar) and Charlie Benante (drums) joining classic members Philip Anselmo (vocals) and Rex Brown (bass)--will tour North America in summer 2023 with special guest Lamb of God. The new version of Pantera kicked off its highly anticipated return in December 2022 in Mexico City to incredible reviews. The tour is being... Continue Reading →

U.K. metal unit As Everything Unfolds shares new single and video ‘Ultraviolet’

British metal act As Everything Unfolds has shared a music video for "Ultraviolet," the title track from its upcoming sophomore album, due out April 21, 2023, via Long Branch Records. "This song is about taking back control and that internal power you feel in taking back the control," singer Charlie Rolfe said. "Using the overarching... Continue Reading →

The Black Dahlia Murder announces first tour since passing of frontman Trevor Strnad

The Black Dahlia Murder will return to the stage in spring 2023 on the Verminous Remnant Tour. The band's first trek following the death of frontman Trevor Strnad will mark the close of the "Verminous" touring cycle and introduce a reformed lineup consisting of remaining and returning members of the band. The journey will commence on April... Continue Reading →

Wage War announces spring 2023 headline tour

Florida hard rock quintet Wage War will embark on a spring 2023 U.S. headline tour, with support from nothing,nowhere. and Spite. The tour kicks off on April 11 in the band's native Florida and runs through May 20 in Atlanta, Georgia. Tickets are available here. Last year, Wage War delivered "The Stripped Sessions," an acoustic release that showed off... Continue Reading →

Periphery to release ‘Periphery V: Djent Is Not a Genre’ on March 10, two singles available now

Periphery, the Washington, D.C.-born band that's been twice nominated for Grammy Awards, will release its first album in four years, "Periphery V: Djent Is Not a Genre," on March 10, 2023, via its own 3DOT Recordings. “We spent more time on 'Periphery V' than any other release in our history,” guitarist Mark Holcomb said. “We challenged and pushed... Continue Reading →

Kamelot to return with ‘The Awakening,’ first album in five years, on March 17

Symphonic metal band Kamelot will release "The Awakening," its first full-length in five years, on March 17, 2023, via Napalm Records. Pre-orders are available here. The band also has released the album's first single, "One More Flag in the Ground." Watch the music video below. "The main focus on this video and song was to... Continue Reading →

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