Foo Fighters, Mötley Crüe, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit lead Welcome to Rockville’s 2024 lineup

After record-breaking attendance of more than 170,000 music fans over four days in 2023, Welcome to Rockville will return May 9 to 12, 2024, to Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida, to kick off the festival season bigger than ever. The festival is set to add a fifth music stage and 50 more bands, bringing the total music lineup to... Continue Reading →

Metallica to release new album ’72 Seasons’ on April 14, announces 2023-24 tour dates

Metallica will release "72 Seasons," its 12th studio album on April 14, 2023. The band also has premiered the new single and video "Lux Æterna" and announced a world tour starting in April 2023. Produced by Greg Fidelman, along with guitarist/vocalist James Hetfield and drummer Lars Ulrich, "72 Seasons" is available for pre-order now on CD, 2LP 140g black... Continue Reading →

Architects share new single and video ‘Deep Fake’

Architects have shared the second preview off their new album "The Classic Symptoms of a Broken Spirit," which will be out on Oct. 21, 2022, via Epitaph Records. The song "Deep Fake" continues the band's exploration of electronic and industrial elements, pitting gritty synths against wailing guitar leads. Watch the music video below, and pre-order the new album here.... Continue Reading →

Architects to release 10th album ‘The Classic Symptoms of a Broken Spirit’ on Oct. 21

British metalcore band Architects will release "The Classic Symptoms of a Broken Spirit," their 10th studio album, on Oct. 21, 2022, via Epitaph Records. They also have released the new single ”Tear Gas." Watch the video below, and pre-order the new album here. "The Classic Symptoms of a Broken Spirit" is the follow-up to Architects' 2021 album "For Those... Continue Reading →

‘To hell is where I’ll go’ … Live Metal’s best of 2021

By Greg Maki-----After the hellscape of 2020, music surged back in a big way throughout 2021. Concerts—even festivals—returned along with a flood of new releases from artists young and old. Metal and hard rock remain far outside the mainstream, but if you put in the effort to look, I’d argue that there’s more quality music... Continue Reading →

LIVE RECAP: Epicenter – Day Three – 05/12/19

Review and photos by Lizzy Davis-----After a traffic-filled day one and a storm-filled day two, Epicenter Festival needed something relieving to happen on the final day. The weather wasn’t looking promising, though, and right as Demob Happy was about to kick off day three on the Pine Stage, the bottom fell out again. People groaned... Continue Reading →

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