The Metal Tour of the Year would not concede. Fans packed into the PNC Pavillion in Cincinnati, Ohio on a rainy Monday night to witness the fury of heavy metal heavyweights Megadeth and Lamb of God, plus Trivium and Hatebreed.
Hatebreed’s Frank Novinec discusses writing for themselves on their new album ‘Weight of the False Self’ and his hopes for the future.
It’s business as usual as metal behemoths Hatebreed return with their new slab of savagery ‘Weight of the False Self’. Read our review here.
Australian metalcore heavyweights Parkway Drive have announced details of their rescheduled ‘Viva The Underdogs – European Revolution 2020’ European arena tour. Get all the details here.
Metal heavyweights Hatebreed have released a new track, “When The Blade Drops” ahead of their Spring European tour with Parkway Drive.
Metallic bruisers Hatebreed head up the latest round of announcements for Bloodstock Festival. Check out who else will be joining them in August.
Australian metal titans Parkway Drive have announced a suitably heavyweight bill for their 2020 European tour.
Now in its tenth year, the Heavy Montréal festival took place on July 27th and 28th at Parc Jean Drapeau in Montreal. We came, we saw, we head-banged, we noshed. In celebration of a decade, here are ten things we learned at this year’s edition of the festival!
New York hardcore legends Sworn Enemy release their new album Gamechanger on April 5th via M-Audio, so we asked them to tell us who they thought were the “game changers” of the genre.
PureGrainAudio’s Darren Paltrowitz spoke with Crowbar founder Kirk Windstein about the band’s past, present and future including upcoming Canadian tour dates, and a solo record.
Drummer extraordinaire Travis Barker’s MUSINK will return for yet another year! Presented by KROQ, the festival will be taking place at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, California from March 8th to 10th.
Darren Paltrowitz’s Paltrocast has moved to Wednesday and today, in the podcast’s 8th episode, we hear from singer/songwriter Greg Holden, renowned rocker Dee Snider and comedian Greg Behrendt.
Dee Snider’s first metal album is a lot of fun. Thought there are hard-hitting tracks and classic Dee vocals, overall it falls a little short of the mark.