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Slaughterday – 6 Month Awards of 2013

Yes, in case nobody notices, we’re already halfway through another exciting year in the world of metal. Outside of metal, I hear tell the year is also halfway done, but I cannot confirm or deny those reports. Since plenty has transpired already, I think the time is ripe for some awards from the Slaughterday Selection […]

Press Release Roundup: June 3, 2013

Music journalists like myself get hit with a steady helping of press releases every day. For the music fan without that kind of sensory overload, a lot of music news can pass by without being seen. Every Monday, I will compile a list of some of the most intriguing things to come across my virtual […]

Slaughterday – So Much Old-School Win!

I can barely contain my excitement. This year is looking like a nostalgia lover’s dream come true. Of course, all of it is dwarfed by the return of the originators of the metal, the fathers of the heavy, the trailblazers of terror…

New Musical from Gorillaz Creators

  Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett of Gorillaz fame are bringing their show, Monkey: Journey to the West, a music-theater collaboration with renowned opera and film director Chen Shi-Zheng, to New York City’s Lincoln Center for the first time this July. The show is a stage adaptation of the Chinese novel Journey to the West, which dates back […]

Artist Update: Nine Inch Nails

According to NIN’s tumblr, it appears Reznor and company have been working dilligently on their follow-up to their 2008 release, The Slip.

On The Verge: The Green

Emerging artist The Green has released two new singles off their new album that is expected to be released August 20. Four extraordinary talents, one scene-shaking reggae band. Why the name “The Green?” More about the band* As JP explains, “We wanted a name that didn’t really point you in any direction. It’s just a […]

Slaughterday Weekend: Oh, good, Korn is still kicking.

Yeah, I used to love me some Korn. I still remember peeling the cellophane off of my fresh copy of Follow The Leader as a young man, not even a teenager, and becoming enthralled with Johnathan Davis’ angst and the band’s aggression. They were a sort of gateway drug into my love of metal, and […]

Let the Music Festival Season Begin!

With Victoria Day having past and summer unofficially starting in Canada, it’s time for the music festival season to kick into high gear. Southern Ontario in particular will be getting louder over the next little while – On Saturday, May 25th, it’s the inaugural Festival, taking place at Echo Beach, Toronto’s sand-covered concert setting […]

Watch Queens of the Stone Age Live Tonight!

Queens of the Stone Age are playing an intimate show tonight (May 23rd) at Los Angeles’ Wiltern Theatre before they head off to Europe, where they’ll run the overseas festival gamut until mid-July. To make this concert extra-special for their home state fans, the band intends to play their new album …Like Clockwork in its […]

Riot Fest Coming to Toronto, Chicago and Denver

In case you missed the big news, the Chicago-based Riot Fest (And carnival!) announced its first wave of bands recently. An absolutely massive punk, rock, and alternative lineup will descend upon Humboldt Park the weekend of September 13-15. Blink-182 and Fall Out Boy are headlining, along with what can only be described as a smorgasbord […]

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