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Those stung by the recent cancellation of HIM‘s U.S. tour can lick their wounds while watching the below debut of the music video for the bands latest single, “All Lips Go Blue“. Director Eugene Riecansky helmed the clip, with the track appearing on the groups newly-released album, “Tears On Tape”

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Studio sessions for new material from Orgy have commenced. A newly-posted update on the bands Facebook reads: “UPDATE!! the guys in ORGY recorded the drums last night at Entourage Recording Studio in North Hollywood, CA. and from all accounts Bobby Amaro killed the tracks… they are moving along quite nicely…

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Melvins have shed some light on their participation in a coming series of singles from Amphetamine Reptile Records. The first installment will see them joined by Mark Arm of Mudhoney to pay tribute to Australian punkers The Scientists. The band said of the release: “We’re kicking off a singles series…

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Sonic Syndicate have returned to the studio to demo new material for their next full-length. The band said of their recent activities: “The response has been over-whelming from everyone – Thank you! YES, we are back and we have started writing a new album! We always said we would return…

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Injury has forced Kvelertak drummer Kjetil Gjermundrød to sit out the remainder of the bands ongoing North American tour. In his place the band have tapped Jay Weinberg, offering the following statement: “Our drummer Kjetil has been having trouble with his arm and was unfortunately unable to continue our ongoing…

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Emmure frontman Frankie Palmeri went on a rant today that was targeted at his peers whom he feels aren’t genuine with their craft. Speaking through his Twitter he posted the following series of tweets: “I’m sick and tired of watching dudes,step on stage scream about shit they don’t feel. You’re…

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Device (Disturbed) brought Halestorm‘s Lzzy Hale onstage for a performance of their Lita Ford & Ozzy Osbourne cover, “Close My Eyes Forever“, yesterday, May 04th, at the ‘Carolina Rebellion‘ festival. The pairing marked their first-ever live performance of the track together. Fan-filmed footage of that can be found below: