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SPIN.com is honoring the life of Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman with a gallery of early photographs by D.R.I. bassist Harald Oimoen from his book MURDER IN THE FRONT ROW.
"If this dish doesn't get you laid," boasts chef Balsac, "your girlfriend or boyfriend is either a prude or a vegan!"
Today, Donald Trump gets no ink and is crying. In her venerable Page Six gossip column in the New York Post, Cindy Adams, born 1930, jettisons the mogul in favor of "the sweet read" Murder in the Front Row:...
Month In Review
- Author Interviews
- Bazillion Points Books
- Black Women in Metal
- Choosing Death
- City Baby: GBH
- DEATH/BLACK METAL
- DEMO ARCHIVE
- Experiencing Nirvana
- HEAVY METAL
- Heavy Metal Movies
- Hellbent for Cooking
- Ian Christe
- Mean Deviation: Prog Metal
- Mellodrama Mellotron Movie
- Metal Current Events
- Metal Photography
- Metalion Slayer Mag Diaries
- Murder in the Front Row
- Only Death Is Real
- Punk Rock
- SDM Band of the Week
- Sheriff Andy McCoy
- SiriusXM Bloody Roots Show Playlists
- Sub Pop USA
- Swedish Death Metal
- Touch and Go Book
- Van Halen Book
- We Got Power
Hot Stuff Coming
WE GOT POWER! essay writers Keith Morris, Dez Cadena, and Chuck Dukowski have formed FLAG, and will reignite Black Flag's songs for more than a dozen North American dates in 2013
Our comrades at Jackpot Records in Portland have seen fit to prepare Green River's dirty, caustic 1984 demos for vinyl release to indie record...
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Dave Mustaine's highly original early fury with a track-by-track rundown of the album featuring demo versions, live cuts, covers, and more surprises
Exhumed and the vast infectious network of related bands Impaled, Ghoul, Dekapitator, Gruesome, Pounder, Intronaut, Cretin, Mortuous, Expulsion, Gravehill, and more...
Highlights include Angel Witch, Carcass, Atheist, Autopsy, At the Gates, Sleep, Eyehategod, Arch/Matheos, and Black Sabbath.
Voivod, Fates Warning, and Napalm Death forge progressive and extreme paths, and even Iron Maiden learns new tricks.
As the band starts its final tour, we launch headfirst into a series of episodes examining each phase of Slayer's 35-year reign.
We blow apart the stars, shake the squares, kick out the jams with heavy originals plus versions by Pentagram, Ufomammut, Redd Kross, Attitude, Mudhoney, Fireball Ministry, and more.
Iron Maiden fully unfurled its progressive, imaginative beast with the release of the band's influential and abstract seventh album.
This week we mourn and mark a place in metal history for death metal pioneer Frank "Killjoy" Pucci of Necrophagia.
His fast, expressive, melodic lead guitar playing in UFO, Scorpions, MSG, and elsewhere elevated metal songwriting and guitar playing and inspired multiple generations of players.
The brief window between 1991 and 1996 when, anxious to get a grip on the next Metallica or even Nirvana, major corporate record labels signed or aided and abetted the extremes.
Showcasing otherworldly vocals, precise harmonized guitars, and unprecedented speed, we honor Rob Halford, KK Downing, Ian Hill, Les Binks, and especially Glenn Tipton
As Castro Valley, California, honors its native major bass rager with an official Cliff Burton Day on his birthdate, February 10, Roots unravels an hour of cassette tape trader treasures.
Whether you wear an X on your hand or an XXX on your moonshine jug, come out and support and enjoy almost four decades of DIY rebellion.