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Slipknot

On paper, hip-hop and metal shouldn’t work together — two polarizing genres with very different intentions and attitudes. However, thanks to a new wave of outfits in the late ‘90s and early 2000s bravely merging the two contrasting flavors at the same time, nü metal was born. Read more: A beginner’s guide to Linkin Park: […]

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Sometimes you need more than one song to tell a story. Continue reading…

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DED

Established six years ago purely as a means of paying homage to their metal forefathers Korn, Slipknot and Pantera, the buzz surrounding DED soon grew way beyond the members’ expectations. Before they knew it, the band were caught up in a whirlwind of intense touring, mounting public attention and the opportunity to record their debut […]

The post DED’s positive message behind their new album ‘School Of Thought’ appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Not for Touching — The Intangible Composition will feature a virtual gallery and new music scored by Tankian For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Reach NYC

Reach NYC have released a new video for their latest single, “Last Surrender (Remix).” The new track also features Alecia “Mixi” Demner of Stitched Up Heart.  Additionally, the band made their triumphant return to the stage this past weekend, appearing at the Welcome To Rockville festival alongside artists such as Spiritbox, A Day To Remember, […]

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Get well soon, Serj. Continue reading…

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Incoming: Reggae Fiesta, Latinx Festival, Long Beach’s First Annual Oktoberfest, AUDACY’S 8th Annual We Can Survive, Chain Fest, A Concert Tribute to Linda Ronstadt, Dark Karnival, Willie Nelson & Family, Lucinda Williams, Jason Bonham, X, Wilco, the Eagles, Erykah Badu, Duran Duran, Coldplay, Phish, Incubus, Candlebox, John Legend, Alejandro Fernández, Björk, Snoop Dogg, Jack White, Common, Questlove, System of a Down, Dead and Company, Bon Iver, Jamie Foxx, Brandi Carlile, Deerhoof, Phoebe Bridgers, Japanese Breakfast, J. Cole, Fantastic Negrito, Sleigh Bells, Kills Birds, Ramonda Hammer, Tinashe, Oingo Boingo Former Members, Rick Springfield, Debbie Gibson, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Martha Davis & the Motels, Ben Williams Band, Grant Lee Phillips, Hail the Sun, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Post Animal, Hot Flash Heat Wave, Together Pangea, Alexander 23, Rodrigo Amarante, Vinyl Williams, CAPYAC, Patrolled By Radar, Peanut Butter Wolf, J Rocc, Near Beer, Creature of Doom, Tolliver, Goon, the Entrance Band, Lael Neale, Starcrawler, Marc Maron, Reggie Watts, Margaret Cho, Fred Armisen, Hovvdy, John Coltrane, Nation of Language, Alec Benjamin, Niia, Emotional Oranges, Junaco, Ruby Haunt, Charlie Hickey, MUNA, Polartropica, Poppy, Golf Alpha Bravo, Jamael Dean and the Afronauts, Simone Istwa, the Gooms, the Mismiths

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Metal act staged first concert in over two years Friday at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena, allowing them to perform their first new songs in 15 years For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

The dates were originally supposed to feature all three bands. Continue reading…

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