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3 INCHES OF BLOOD To Release Fire Up The Blades On Vinyl For The First Time Ever

3 Inches Of Blood will release their 2007 record Fire Up The Blades on vinyl for the first time ever this August. The pressing comes


You Can’t Just Shove It In There, It Needs To Work

Despite being hailed as a genius, Rick Rubin has often found himself at the center of controversy. Esteemed musicians like Black Sabbath‘s Geezer Butler and


(HED)P.E. Announces A Handful Of Summer Tour Dates

(hed)p.e. is hitting the road this August for a handful of dates across the US, largely featuring Smile Empty Soul as the openers alongside sporadic



The Dillinger Escape Plan played this past Friday (June 21st) in New York City – the first one of three consecutive shows, an occasion that


P.O.D. Vocalist SONNY SANDOVAL Has A Whole Reggae Album Ready To Go

P.O.D‘s new album Veritas is out now, but that’s hardly all vocalist Sonny Sandoval has up his sleeve. Sandoval recently revealed to Anne Erickson of Audio Ink Radio


DAVE ELLEFSON Says Metal Fans “Could Be Crucified And Shot Execution-Style” If They Admitted To Liking NIRVANA In The Early 90s

In a recent discussion on the X5 Podcast, former Megadeth bassist David Ellefson shared his insights on the seismic shift in the music industry during


Starliner astronauts’ return trip has been pushed back even further

Astronauts Butch Wilmore and Suni Williams, who flew on the much-delayed first crewed flight of Boeing’s Starliner craft, won’t be coming home from the International


GHOST’s Rite Here Rite Now

Rite Here Rite Now is an extremely well-produced directed and concert film that features everyone’s favorite clergyman, Cardinal Copia aka Papa Emeritus IV, as he


Where ‘ghost gear’ haunts the seas, divers unite to clean up

For nearly two decades, Edgardo Ochoa has picked away at a problem. A net here, some fishing line there — Conservation International’s marine and diving


Green Energy Is Getting a Boost from Iceland’s Melting Ice

Iceland’s Ice Is Melting So Fast That It’s Boosting Hydropower Melting glaciers are creating a green energy windfall in Iceland—but for how long? By Francisco