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Gone Is Gone, Featuring Mastodon, QOTSA Members, Release Debut Song

Gone Is Gone, Featuring Mastodon, QOTSA Members, Release Debut Song

Gone Is Gone, a new supergroup featuring Mastodon’s Troy Sanders, At the Drive-In’s Tony Hajjar, Queens of the Stone Age’s Troy Van Leeuwen and guitarist-keyboardist Mike Zarin, have premiered a new song, “Violescent.” The band has plans to issue an EP later in the year. Said Sanders in an interview with RollingSTone.com: “The vibe from […]

List: 10 Great Metal Performances on Late-Night Talk Shows

List: 10 Great Metal Performances on Late-Night Talk Shows

1. Mastodon – “Curl of the Burl” (The Late Show With David Letterman, 2011) This Letterman appearance wasn’t Mastodon’s first. But as the host said in his introduction, “They’ve been on the program before…the response was so tremendous we said, ‘By god, we’re gonna have them back.’ ” 2. Slayer – “Seasons in the Abyss” […]

Black Sabbath Were Reportedly Set to Headline Coachella

Black Sabbath Were Reportedly Set to Headline Coachella

According to Billboard.com, Black Sabbath had been lined up as headliners for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival before guitarist Tony Iommi was diagnosed with lymphoma. The lineup for the annual festival was revealed yesterday, with the Black Keys, Radiohead, and Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg named as headliners. There is no indication as […]

At the Drive-In Announce Reunion

At the Drive-In Announce Reunion

At the Drive-In are reuniting 11 years after going on an “Indefinite hiatus.” The band just posted the following message to their Twitter account, as well as a newly launched website: “¡ ATTENTION ! To whom it may concern: AT THE DRIVE-IN will be breaking their 11 year silence THIS STATION IS …NOW…OPERATIONAL” Following the […]

Review: Hyro Da Hero - Birth School Work Death

Review: Hyro Da Hero – Birth School Work Death

Rap rock is easily one of the most maligned forms of heavy music ever. And deservedly so: For every Rage Against the Machine, there seems to be a thousand shitty Limp Bizkit-wigger-wannabes or crunkcore Biebers-gone-bad. Part of the reason why most rap rock sucks so much is probably because it always seems to be the […]