Tag Archives: hard rock

Stabbing Westward Frontman adds insight into the band’s 2002 breakup

Stabbing Westward is back with chasing ghosts, their brand new album, which is out today (March 18), and is their first since 2001. To commemorate the release of the album, frontman Christopher Hall joined Loudwire Nights host Toni Gonzalez to chat, and he explained why the band initially broke up …

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FIRST SIGNAL Featuring Former HAREM SCAREM Vocalist HARRY HESS Releases “Show Me The Way” Lyric Video

First cuea musical union between canadian singer Harry Hesse (Harem Scarem) and Swedish drummer/producer Daniel Flores (The murder of my sweet, Find me), recently announced the upcoming release of their new album, “Closer to the Edge” on April 8, 2022. The new disc, their fourth overall, offers another outstanding collection …

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FIRST SIGNAL With Ex-Harem Scarem Vocalist HARRY HESS Releases “Show Me The Way” Lyric Video

First Signal, a musical union between Canadian singer Harry Hess (Harem Scarem) and Swedish drummer/producer Daniel Flores (The Murder Of My Sweet, Find Me), recently announced the upcoming release of their new album, Closer To The Edge. , in April 8. The new record, their fourth overall, offers another outstanding …

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How Swedish band Ghost conquered heavy metal and the charts

On stage at Honda Center Arena in Anaheim, Tobias Forge is not himself. Instead, he’s Papa Emeritus IV, frontman of Swedish metal band Ghost, singing behind a latex mask and corpse paint, dressed in nun garb or bat wings. His character is the demonic pope of Ghost, preaching war and …

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Songs of the week: new songs from Ghost, Church Of The Cosmic Skull and more

This week, we’ll start by congratulating exuberant blues duo When Rivers Meet, whose latest single It will drive you crazy won our latest Tracks Of The Week contest with convincing if not consummate ease. It will drive you crazy beat Stone Broken black sunrise and Deepshade eat my dust in …

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Your first listen: 15 songs to discover this week

It’s time for your first listen, where we show you the songs you need to check out this week! Each week we feature five standout songs you need to hear on Your First Listen on air. In case you miss them on air, you can catch up on the weekly …

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Singer Ratt’s brother Stephen Pearcy has died

Bill Wayne Pearcy, brother of singer Ratt Stephen Pearcy, has died. The founder and singer revealed the news in a social media post with a heartfelt tribute which can be read below. Pearcy lost his brother nearly eight years after his sister’s death, according to Blabbermouth. Her brother died on …

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The Best Heavy Metal Songs: 16 Undeniable Classics

The best heavy metal songs of all time? It’s impossible to make a definitive list, but the following picks can at least give you some direction for further exploration. The origins of heavy metal as a genre are, like any good genre, somewhat disputed. What most fans can agree on, …

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FIRST SIGNAL featuring ex-Harem Scarem vocalist HARRY HESS will release the album Closer To The Edge in April; Release of the music video “Don’t Let It End”

First Signal, a musical union between Canadian singer Harry Hess (Harem Scarem) and Swedish drummer/producer Daniel Flores (The Murder Of My Sweet, Find Me), has announced the upcoming release of their new album, Closer To The Edge, in April 8. The new record, their fourth overall, offers another outstanding collection …

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James Blake, Bloc Party, Disclosure, Ella Mai and more

So many artists, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We update a weekly …

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Rockers React to the Death of ‘Bat Out of Hell’ Singer Meat Loaf

Following the death of rock singer Meat Loaf on Thursday (January 20th), other musicians shared tributes, condolences and memories surrounding the entertainer. Best known as the mighty singer behind theatrical hard rock efforts such as his 1977 debut, Bat out of hell, Meat Loaf was also an actor who appeared …

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Burke Shelley, frontman of 1970s Welsh rock band Budgie, has died aged 71

Burke Shelley, frontman of 1970s Welsh rock band Budgie, dies aged 71 a year after refusing surgery for aneurysm Burke Shelley co-founded Budgie in 1967 with Tony Bourge and Ray Phillips The Welsh rock band released 10 studio albums between 1971 and 1982 They stopped touring in 1987 before reforming …

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Ghost and Volbeat Commemorate Headlining Tour with Single Featuring Metallica Covers

PHANTOM and VOLBEAT will co-headline across the United States starting Jan. 25, and to commemorate the monumental tour, the groups have partnered with Blacked out records to release a limited edition seven-inch double-sided single featuring each band’s contributions to “The Metallica Blacklist” charity album: PHANTOMthe cover of “Enter Sandman” on …

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Budgie singer and bassist Burke Shelley has died at 71

Burke Shelley, lead singer and bassist of the Welsh hard rock band Budgie, died at the age of 71. “It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of my father, John Burke Shelley. He passed away in his sleep tonight at Heath Hospital in Cardiff, his hometown. He …

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Budgie singer and bassist Burke Shelley has died aged 71

“Please respect the family during this time. With love, his four children: Ela, Osian, Dimitri and Nathaniel. Born in Canton, Cardiff in 1950, Shelley co-founded Budgie in 1967 with Tony Bourge (guitar / vocals) and Ray Phillips (drums). The group released 10 studio albums between 1971 and 1982. Budgie quit …

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Budgie singer and bassist Burke Shelley dies aged 71

“Please respect the family during this time. With love, his four children: Ela, Osian, Dimitri and Nathaniel. Born in Canton, Cardiff in 1950, Shelley co-founded Budgie in 1967 with Tony Bourge (guitar/vocals) and Ray Phillips (drums). The group released 10 studio albums between 1971 and 1982. Budgie stopped touring in …

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Stryper Singer – Unlike Slayer, We Practice What We Preach

Over the years, Michael Sweet has firmly maintained his belief that Stryper is not a Christian band, but rather a band made up of Christians. However, he claims that they have stuck with their identity and unlike groups like Slayer, they practice what they preach. “I have recently, over the …

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The 10 most suitable metal songs for ABBA (which are not Ghost or Night Flight Orchestra)

When it comes to metal, Sweden is generally known for their extraordinary contributions to the field of death metal, with bands like Entombed, Morbid and Nihilist helping to characterize the trendy sounds that emerged from the country in the late 1980s and in the early ’90s, inspiring countless bands to …

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Meshuggah postpones US tour to 2022 due to group health issue

Swedish extreme metal veterans Meshuggah have postponed their US tour from early winter 2022 to fall due to a health issue affecting one of the band members. As a result of the new route, the Converge Direct Support Act will no longer be showing, but the Torch Openers will remain …

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Meshuggah postpones 2022 US tour due to band health issue

The post Meshuggah Reschedule 2022 US Tour Due to Health Issue Within Band appeared first on Consequence. Swedish extreme metal veterans Meshuggah have postponed their US tour from early winter 2022 to fall due to a health issue affecting one of the band members. As a result of the new …

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Masked Singer Surprise: the jewel bets on the queen of hearts

Sister speaks Led by Canadian-born Sherri Anne, Sister Speak combines alternative rock and world music. “The idea was a collaboration of musicians supporting the expression of a woman’s voice through music,” says spokesperson for local Taylor Guitars, which has been supported by the same players for about five years. “Drummer …

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Beloved Hometown Boy Band 98 Degrees Heats Up Cincinnati’s Hard Rock Casino in December

Click to enlarge Photo: YouTube screenshot Still from 98 Degrees “Where Do You Wanna Go” Music Video Things will heat up at the Hard Rock Casino in December when his favorite hometown boy band, 98 Degrees, take the stage. The group – brothers Nick and Drew Lachey, Justin Jeffre and …

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Here’s how Metallica became “the greatest band in the world”

Metallica was hardly an overnight sensation. Formed in 1981, the band struggled for years in relative obscurity, going through lineup changes, money troubles and enduring tragedy with the death of bassist and Castro Valley native Cliff Burton in a tour bus crash. . A decade later, having released four acclaimed …

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Dave ‘Snake’ Sabo pays tribute to Skid Row singer Johnny Solinger

Guitarist Dave “Snake” Sabo paid tribute to his Skid Row colleague Johnny Solinger, who passed away in June. Sabo spoke about his bandmate’s sweet soul and the need to talk about him more often during a conversation with SiriusXM host Eddie Trunk. Former Skid Row frontman Johnny Solinger was the …

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German hard rock singer Rammstein to perform in Israel

The lead singer of German hard rock band Rammstein is set to perform in Israel early next year, it was announced on Sunday. Till Lindemann will perform at Toto Hall in Holon on January 1, 2022, as part of a European tour he is about to embark on with his …

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YouTuber Seth Everman covers Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit”

If you’ve ever wondered what Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” would sound like as background music for a video game’s water level, you’ve come to the right place. This is one of twelve niche musical styles that Swedish YouTuber Seth Everman transformed the song into for the video below. As …

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Five Finger Death Punch’s Ivan Moody shares music from the band’s ninth studio album

FIVE-FINGER DEATH PUNCH singer Ivan moody shared a sample of the music from the group’s ninth studio album. Earlier today, in a bad mood taken to his Instagram to publish a short video filmed at Hidden recording studio, the Las Vegas, Nevada facility owned and operated by Kevin churko, the …

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Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin 2021 ‘Hanukkah Sessions’ Covers: Listen – Billboard

Editor’s Note: Check back all week for new additions to this year’s Hanukkah Sessions covers. Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and producer Greg Kurstin rebooted their “Hanukkah Sessions” project on Sunday night (November 28) – the first night of the Festival of Lights – with a jaw-dropping black metal version …

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Rammstein guitarist doesn’t think of Ghost as a “stage” band

The era of stadium rock may be coming to an end, at least in the mind of Rammstein guitarist and Emigrate frontman Richard Kruspe. In a recent interview with Summa Inferno (shared via Louder Sound) in which the musician first lamented the lack of rebellion in rock and metal these …

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Bob Rock Says Metallica Was The Most “Intense” Band He Has Worked With

Few people are more associated with the world of Metallica than Bob Rock, who produced several of their albums, but who mainly worked with them on their iconic eponymous record of 1991. The producer once again provided an update on the experience. , noting that the group was “suspicious” of …

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Rammstein Pyrotech Reveals How Much Fuel Band Uses Per Show

Rammstein is not only known for his explicit songs, he also has a reputation for having one of the most spectacular concerts in the metal world. Nikolai Sabottka works on pyrotechnics for the band, and he revealed how much fuel the band uses per show. During an interview with Ultimate …

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Fan Poll: Top 5 Ghost Songs

For Ghost fans, we have merchandise, action figures, vinyl – including their new 7-inch “Hunter’s Moon” – and more available in our store. As we lovingly dubbed them earlier this week, Ghost is one of the most polarizing bands in metal history. Swedish occultist-rockers led by the inimitable Tobias Forge, …

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Dave Grohl Reveals He Ever Considered Joining GWAR, Band Responds

UPDATE: Former GWAR bassist and current vocalist Mike Bishop confirmed Grohl’s story, telling Rolling Stone: “Our guitarist Dewey [a.k.a. Flattus Maximus] was doing gigs in Richmond at the time, and we had all seen Dave play with his bands Dain Bramage and later Scream. He was already one of the …

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Rock band Aerosmith and Universal Music Group sign alliance deal

PARIS, Aug. 23 (Reuters) – Hard rock band Aerosmith and Universal Music Group (UMG) have announced the signing of a global strategic alliance agreement, whereby the entire Aerosmith catalog of recorded music is upgraded to UMG before the 50th anniversary of the group and the IPO of UMG. next month. …

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11 of the weirdest Kidz Bop covers of all time

When it comes to kid-friendly pop music covers, Kidz Bop has been at the top of the food chain (and the charts) for 20 years. But sanitizing all kinds of inappropriate content across all genres isn’t easy, and the edited versions range from totally absurd to still vaguely inappropriate. In …

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HARD ROCK PSYCHEDELIC TAPE, GAUPA, SIGN WITH NUCLEAR BLAST

Today, NUCLEAR EXPLOSION RECORDS are pleased to announce the signing of exciting young psychedelic hard rock band GAUPA from Falun, Sweden. With surreal lyrics, an energetic and very unique singer, and an addicting sound that combines progressive stoner rock with doom, folk and psychedelic rock influences, GAUPA released their self-titled …

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Mike Howe, former Metal Church singer dies at 55 – Billboard

Hard rock singer Mike Howe, who served twice in the Seattle Thrashers Metal Church in the late 1980s and again in the 2000s, has died at the age of 55. The longtime band broke the news in a tribute on Facebook, writing: Our deepest regrets that we have to announce …

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Swedish KISS Tribute Band REGGAE KISS performs a live show this Thursday; Trailer available

Swedish KISS Tribute Band REGGAE KISS performs a live show this Thursday; Trailer available April 13, 2021, 10 months ago news to kiss reggae kiss Hard Rock Swedish KISS tribute band Reggae Kiss – who themselves have received online support from KISS in the past – have announced a live …

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Prins Svart Feat. Former Candlemass singer Mats Levén: new single ‘Vargtimmen’ is out now

swedish rock band PRINS SVART just released the lyric video of “Vargtimmen” (English translation: “Wolf’s Hour”), the second single from his upcoming album “Sanning Och Makt” (“Truth and power”). The LP marks the group’s first recorded release with their new singer, Levén carpet, a veteran of the Swedish hard rock …

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Swedish singer-songwriter Josefine explores falling in love in “Dreamin ‘”

The Stockholm-acclaimed singer-songwriter explores the euphoria accompanying the first pangs of love in her new track. Endless literature, music, and cinema have been devoted to exploring that first spark of all-consuming madness, known universally as falling in love. We just can’t get enough. And one artist who adds to the …

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