Other than lines such as “All I wanted was to be warm and noticed”, The Rogue To Nowhere contains little about Jason’s music; this is all about the drugs, girls and addiction. A stand-out memoir from a musician who has spent much of his career in the background.
It always seemed right for Helmet and Prong to go out on tour, right? Well it’s finally happening this summer as the bands have announced a co-headlining tour!
For a four day Festival, time seems to fly. You don’t want the last day of Brutal Assault to end, no matter how muddy and tired you are.
Tommy Victor is one of the hardest working dudes in the business. In this interview, we get the detailed scoop on the new Prong album Zero Days and future touring plans.
If you want to know what’s going on with Zero Days… well, it’s a definitive Prong album out on Steamhammer and there are ample reasons to hear it.
Prong frontman Tommy Victor plays a fun round of “Metal of Not?” and dishes to say about Donald Trump, Voodoo, the Ballet, and The New World Order.
Testament and Sepultura are currently touring the U.S. along with Prong. They recently stopped at Tampa Bay’s The Ritz on April 12th, to deliver one of the most punishing shows witnessed by a local audience in 2017.
Songs From The Black Hole is the first covers album from Prong and, if you love great tunes, you should buy this album!
As a long time fan of Prong, ever since their formation in the late ’80s, it was with great anticipation that I sat down to delve into their newest effort, Ruining Lives. I loved the 2012 release, Carved In Stone, and I had assumed it would be hard to follow up on it… man was I wrong. Bottom line, the masters of groove-infused industrial metal have created what I think is easily one of their best records to date.
I was really looking forward to seeing this show as it sounded like an absolutely killer line-up. I had never heard of Stolen Babies prior to this show, but all of the rest of the bands are fantastic, so I was excited to head to downtown Vancouver to see what was one of the best line-ups I have ever had the opportunity of seeing live (Stolen Babies, Paradise Lost, and co-headliners Katatonia and Devin Townsend).
Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to see metal band Prong on a few different occasions and I’ve always enjoyed them immensely. It had been a while since I saw them last though, and as such it was on this night that I set out to catch them in action once again. As expected, I was not disappointed at all. From the first note of the opening song, “For Dear Life”, font man Tommy Victor and the rest of the trio owned the stage, treating the nearly sold out crowd to a high energy show that had them singing along and pumping their fists in the air.