Ingested shares video for ‘All I’ve Lost’ featuring Trivium’s Matt Heafy

U.K. death metal band Ingested has released its new album, "Ashes Lie Still," via Metal Blade Records (order here) and has shared a video for "All I've Lost." The song and video feature Matthew K. Heafy of Trivium. "We are very happy to unleash upon you our next single 'All I've Lost,' featuring the mighty Matt... Continue Reading →

Trivium announces fall 2022 North American headline tour

This fall, Trivium will embark on the "Deadmen and Dragons Tour," a headline run of North America produced by Live Nation, with support from Between the Buried and Me, Whitechapel and Khemmis.  Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time Friday, July 22, 2022. "Between the Buried and Me are the pioneers of mixing genres well... Continue Reading →

Matt Heafy’s Ibaraki releases ‘Rashomon’ album, shares ‘Kagutsuchi’ video

Trivium singer and guitarist Matthew Kiichi Heafy has released "Rashomon," the long-awaited and much-anticipated album from his Ibaraki project today, May 6, 2022, via Nuclear Blast Records.  Get "Rashomon" on CD, vinyl, cassette, and T-Shirt and CD bundle here. Listen to the album on all streaming platforms here. Ibaraki also has shared the "Kagutsuchi" video. The song is a very important one in the project's history. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qi-G8XEmK9U... Continue Reading →

Lamb of God, Megadeth team up for new version of ‘Wake Up Dead’

Lamb of God joined forces with Dave Mustaine and the current members of Megadeth for a new version of "Wake Up Dead," the lead single from Megadeth's multiplatinum 1986 album "Peace Sells ... But Who's Buying?" Lamb of God vocalist D. Randall Blythe, guitarists Mark Morton and Willie Adler, bassist John Campbell and drummer Art Cruz recorded the song remotely and recruited the Megadeth frontman himself to feature guitar and... Continue Reading →

Matt Heafy’s Ibaraki releases ‘Ronin’ featuring Gerard Way and Ihsahn

Trivium singer and guitarist Matthew Kiichi Heafy has shared another song from "Rashomon," the debut album from his black metal-influenced Ibaraki project. "Rōnin" features My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way and Ihsahn. "'A rōnin is a masterless warrior," Heafy said. "The final two full compositions on 'Rashōmon' see a significant shift musically. The album as a whole—with the exception of the... Continue Reading →

Matt Heafy’s Ibaraki to release debut album ‘Rashomon’ on May 6

Trivium singer and guitarist Matthew Kiichi Heafy's Ibaraki project will release its debut album, "Rashomon," on May 6, 2022, via Nuclear Blast Records. The band also has shared the video for "Akumu" (Feat. Nergal). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLDpQ8EnglM "'Akumu' translates to 'nightmare' — and with this piece, I encourage the listener to work to find their interpretations of what they feel... Continue Reading →

Trivium’s Matt Heafy releases first single from Ibaraki project, featuring Ihsahn of Emperor

Trivium singer/guitarist Matthew Kiichi Heafy has released the first single from his Ibaraki project. "Tamashii No Houkai" features special guest Ihsahn of Emperor. Watch the video below. "'Tamashii No Houkai' means 'the breaking of the soul' or 'soul collapse," Heafy said. "It's a Japanese term that didn't exist before, but one we forged to reflect the song's meaning." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLbzLG5p9Vs Kiichi, who... Continue Reading →

Megadeth, Lamb of God announce ‘Metal Tour of the Year’ 2022 leg

Following the success of their 2021 co-headline U.S. tour, Megadeth and Lamb of God have announced the 2022 run of the "Metal Tour of the Year," with special guests Trivium and In Flames. Tickets for the tour, produced by Live Nation, will go on general sale at 10 a.m. local time on Friday, Jan. 14, at MetalTourOfTheYear.com. The... 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 →

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