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Chuck Mosley Talks New Primitive Race Album ‘Soul Pretender’

UPDATED 11/10/2017: I have just been informed that Chuck Mosley has died. As far as I know, this may be the last interview he participated in. I truly enjoyed chatting with him, and found him to be a gentle, kind soul who seemed to have turned a corner in his career. I’m deeply saddened to […]

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Prong ‘Zero Days’ Review

Prong ‘Zero Days’ Review: Tommy Victor and co. continue their workaholic output on angst ridden new release.  Prong have been on a prolific streak in the 2010’s. In the past 6 years, the metal veterans have released no less than four albums (including last year’s superb effort X (No Absolutes).  And now the group, led […]

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J. Yuenger Talks 25th Anniversary of White Zombie’s ‘La Sexorcisto:Devil Music Volume.1’

J. Yuenger Talks 25th Anniversary of White Zombie’s ‘La Sexorcisto:Devil Music Volume.1’: guitarist recalls recording and touring behind band’s breakout album.  March 31st marked the 25th anniversary of White Zombie’s La Sexorcisto:Devil Music Volume.1. It was the album that broke them into the mainstream–a combination of groove metal, industrial and alternative rock saturated with B-movie film quotes and […]

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Prong Announce Release Details For New Album ‘Zero Days’

Prong Announce Release Details For New Album ‘Zero Days’: pioneering metal band’s latest album due next month.  Veteran metallers Prong have been on a prolific tear of creativity the past few years, between 2012’s Carved in Stone, 2014’s Ruining Lives, the 2015 covers album Songs From The Black Hole and last year’s X-No Absolutes–one of […]

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Danzig ‘Black Laden Crown’ Review

Danzig ‘Black Laden Crown’ Review: Danzig returns with his first album of original material since 2010’s ‘Deth Red Sabaoth.’ Its been awhile since we’ve heard new music from Danzig: while his covers album Skeletons came out in 2015, he hasn’t released any original music since 2010’s Deth Red Sabaoath. But that’s about to change with the […]

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Prong ‘X – No Absolutes’ Review

Prong ‘X – No Absolutes’ Review: genre-bending metal act produce their most diverse album yet.  Between 2012’s Carved in Stone, 2014’s Ruining Lives and last year’s eclectic covers album Songs From The Black Hole, Prong have been on an inspired creative path as of late. And now the trio (led by founding vocalist/guitarist Tommy Victor) return with X – No Absolutes, […]

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Prong’s Tommy Victor Talks New Album ‘X – No Absolutes’

Prong’s Tommy Victor Talks New Album ‘X – No Absolutes’: band’s frontman gives the scoop behind the metal act’s 12th studio album in our exclusive interview.  Following on the heels of 2014’s Songs From The Black Hole, veteran metallers Prong return with their latest album X – No Absolutes (due out February 5th via Steamhammer/SPV). Click here […]

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Danzig ‘Skeletons’ Review

Danzig ‘Skeletons’ Review: Some diamonds in the rough amidst a few misfires.  Punk/Metal icon Glenn Danzig has been teasing the release of his covers album Skeletons for years, and now it’s finally here. It’s a curious album: many tracks show songs which obviously influenced the frontman’s formative years (Black Sabbath’s N.I.B, Elvis Presley’s Let Yourself Go), while others […]

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Danzig ‘Blackest of The Black’ Austin, TX Concert Review

Danzig ‘Blackest of The Black’ Austin, TX Concert Review: Devilish Metal was alive and well at Stubbs’ Waller Creek Amphitheater. Even in a city as hipster-centric as Austin, a week bookended by two ACL Festival installments is pushing it. So thank God (I mean Satan) for Danzig’s Blackest of the Black Festival, which added a much-needed […]

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Teenage Time Killers ‘Greatest Hits Vol. 1’ Review

Teenage Time Killers ‘Greatest Hits Vol. 1’ Review: punk-metal supergroup vent infectious anger on long-awaited début.  Supergroup albums always come with massive expectations, but Teenage Time Killers long in the works Greatest Hits Vol. 1 (Rise Records) has built up a huge groundswell of anticipation. The group’s creative nucleus, Corrosion of Conformity drummer Reed Mullin and My Ruin guitarist Mick Murphy have […]

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