Roots of Metal and Orchestral Collaborations | on SiriusXM

Are orchestral collaborations overindulgent, or the ultimate expression of metal majesty?

Mark Evans Recounts His Classic AC/DC Days in Sweden Rock

Dirty Deeds author Mark Evans is probably the only known core ex-member of a giant musical entity ever to be invited and then (after...

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Sound of the Beast: Ian Christe on the Danko Jones Podcast…Twice!

Ian Christe has guested twice on Danko’s robust and engaging show, and here's a roundup of appearances

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Ian Christe sticks his well-traveled spade into the freshly-tossed earth of graves worldwide

Roots Farewell to Slayer, Part I: The Early Years on SiriusXM

As the band starts its final tour, we launch headfirst into a series of episodes examining each phase of Slayer's 35-year reign.

Incinerator: Hot Hot Heat

Global warming and 100-degree weather in the city this summer doesn't seem so bad compared to being incinerated and cremated for an eternity in...

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New arrival today at Bazillion Points HQ, as the printer sent us the first dripping wet samples of Touch and Go: The Complete Hardcore Punk Zine '79-'83.

HELLBENT for COOKING Release Party: Montreal, Dec. 5

Are you in Montreal this weekend? Are you near Canada? Are you even half-alive? "Morbid Chef" and hellfire commando DJ Annick Giroux is throwing...
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