NECROPHOBIC To Release New Digital Single 'Mirror Black' In July

Following the release of their latest, critically acclaimed album "Mark Of The Necrogram" in 2018, Swedish blackened death metal veterans NECROPHOBIC return with the release of the new single/EP "Mirror Black" on July 17, as start of the campaign for their upcoming new studio album "Dawn Of The Damned". The "Mirror Black" EP features a ...

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TWISTED SISTER Collaborates With PLAY'N GO On Online Game

Swedish firm Play'n GO, one of the most well-known online slot game providers, has released another title into the market, a collaboration with famed American rock band TWISTED SISTER. The band reached worldwide acclaim during the 1980s with their album "Stay Hungry", and the game is a cascading gridslot based around two of the biggest ...

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MUSHROOMHEAD Unveils Music Video For 'The Heresy'

The official music video for "The Heresy", a new song from Cleveland masked metallers MUSHROOMHEAD, can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's eighth album, "A Wonderful Life", which will be released on June 19 via Napalm Records. Hair-raisingly dynamic and socially-inclined, "The Heresy" is a melodic, haunting rally cry featuring the ...

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DEFTONES' European Tour Postponed To 2021

DEFTONES have postponed their 2020 European tour due to the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe. The trek, which was originally set to kick off on June 9 in Lyon, France, will now take place next year. DEFTONES announced the postponement earlier today in a statement via social media. The group wrote: "Our upcoming European tour ...

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BUSH Bassist COREY BRITZ Releases Debut Solo Single, 'Humans'

BUSH bassist Corey Britz has released his debut solo single, "Humans". It marks the first track to be released off his upcoming full-length album, due later this year. "When I wrote 'Humans' last year, the lyrics were intended to be a metaphor comparing an apocalypse to emotional isolationism," said Britz. "In 2020, that metaphor seems ...

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