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Every Time I Die singer Keith Buckley set to rejoin band

Sidelined for three weeks due to health concerns surrounding his wife and newborn daughter, Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley will resume performing with the band this weekend. ETID…

Killswitch Engage announces title of new album

Massachusetts metal veterans Killswitch Engage have chosen Incarnate as the title of their forthcoming, seventh album. Frontman Jesse Leach explained the title to Revolver: “The definition of incarnate is ‘in…

LIKE TORCHES REVEAL NEW TRACK AND MUSIC VIDEO FOR “SWING BY SWING”

NEW ALBUM – “SHELTER” OUT JANUARY 22nd ON RUDE RECORDS LIKE TORCHES are revealing “Swing By Swing”, a new track from their new album “Shelter”, along with a brand-new music video. The…

Killswitch Engage Premiere “Strength Of The Mind”

Killswitch Engage video “Strength Of The Mind” directed by McFarland & Pecci s live over at The Nerdist! Check it out at flyt.it/sotmnerdist! Killswitch Engage NEW ALBUM is set to be released…

Falling Dice: intervista

FALLING DICE I bergamaschi Falling Dice sono un esempio concreto di old school metalcore, con suoni ruvidi e potenza da vendere. Abbiamo incontrato il loro frontman per farci raccontare di…

Bring Me The Horizon’: live “Throne” music video

Bring Me The Horizon have released a video of them performing “Throne” at Webster Hall in New York City. Check out the clip below. “Throne” is taken from the band’s…

BREATHE ME IN – intervista

BREATHE ME IN Da Torino ecco i Breathe Me In, recenti autori di “Inhale Exhale”, disco che potremmo definire modern metalcore. Li abbiamo incontrati per voi. di Alessandro Brambilla Siete…

Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley issues statement

Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley has issued a statement thanking the Every Time I Die fandom for their support amidst the birth of his daughter. As reported last…

THE BIG JAZZ DUO: intervista

THE BIG JAZZ DUO Eccentrici, a iniziare dal nome. Un big jazz duo che poi non sono grandi, non suonano jazz e non sono in due. Insomma stanno facendo di…

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