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Hamilton, ON’s metalcore act Deathpoint has announced upcoming Ontario and Quebec dates with support from new touring drummer Joey Muha of Threat Signal. “The band is super stoked to have acquired the services of Joey Muha for our upcoming tour. We spoke to Threat Signal and asked Jon if he we could have Joey play with us for these shows and Jon loved the idea of Joey playing with us

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Every Friday I turn the blog over to Dan Marsicano for his Retro Recommendation, giving you a chance to learn about underrated and overlooked gems from metal’s past. This week, Meathook Seed are in the spotlight. The side project with members of Obituary and Napalm Death released two albums. Their 1993 debut Embedded is this week’s Retro Recommendation.

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It's been a few weeks since Eyehategod drummer Joey LaCaze passed and the metal community is still mourning the loss. However, metal blog The Sludgelord are looking to turn a negative into a positive. So The Sludgelord are running an eBay auction that will raise money for the LaCaze family, or a charity of their choice. …

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Every Friday I turn the blog over to Dan Marsicano for his Retro Recommendation, giving you a chance to learn about underrated and overlooked gems from metal’s past. This week, Crimson Glory are in the spotlight. The Florida power/prog metal band is still active today, though they haven’t released a new studio album since 1999. Their 1986 self-titled debut is this week’s Retro Recommendation.

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Every Friday I turn the blog over to Dan Marsicano for his Retro Recommendation, giving you a chance to learn about underrated and overlooked gems from metal’s past. This week, Disembowelment are in the spotlight. The Australian death/doom band only released one full-length before disbanding. That album, 1993′s Transcendence Into The Peripheral, is this week’s Retro Recommendation.

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Every Friday I turn the blog over to Dan Marsicano for his Retro Recommendation, giving you a chance to learn about underrated and overlooked gems from metal’s past. This week, Massacre are in the spotlight.  The Florida death metal band released a couple full-lengths before disbanding in the mid ’90s. They have reformed, and released an EP last year. Their 1991 debut From Beyond is this week’s Retro Recommendation.

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Cloudkicker has been known to give little notice when releasing an album, if any at all. Subsume is another one of those times. Cloudkicker, the Internet's instru-metal sweetheart, has announced Subsume will come out on September 14 according to a post on his blog. He also clears some things up about the record's release, pre-orders, …

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Rob headed down to Richmond, VA to Hadad's Lake waterpark for the fourth annual GWARBQ. It was quite the event, with grilling, chillin, bands playing and a friggen GWEDDING! Here is our video report. Also check out Rob's recap blog and an epic photo gallery of the people of GWARBQ.

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Former NIGHTWISH singer Anette Olzon has praised the new solo effort from her NIGHTWISH predecessor, Tarja Turunen, calling it “[Tarja‘s] best album so far.”

In an August 24 posting on her official blog, Anette wrote: “I am sitting listening to a great album together with my morning coffee and the album is Tarja‘s new album, ‘Colours In The Dark’. I can say that if you like Tarja, go and get this album on August 30th. It’s really her best album so far, even if I like them all, but she has definitely found her own style and this album is really great! I especially like the beautiful choirs and her voice is just perfect in all the songs and the guitar sound is great!”

Turunen was fired from NIGHTWISH at the end of the band’s 2005 tour by being presented with an open letter which was published on the NIGHTWISH web site at the same time. In the letter, the other members of NIGHTWISH wrote: “To you, unfortunately, business, money, and things that have nothing to do with emotions have become much more important.”

When a female fan commented on Anette‘s blog posting by saying that she was proud of Olzon for writing about Tarja “so beautifully considering [the] circumstances [under which Anette] became NIGHTWISH‘s new vocalist,” Anette repied, “I have never ever had anything against Tarja and have her albums at home. What the men in NIGHTWISH do and did has never been supported by me.”

Olzon abruptly left NIGHTWISH last September in the middle of the band’s North American tour. She has since been replaced on the road by former AFTER FOREVER and current REVAMP singer Floor Jansen.

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Every Friday I turn the blog over to Dan Marsicano for his Retro Recommendation, giving you a chance to learn about underrated and overlooked gems from metal’s past. This week, Mysticum are in the spotlight. Even though they are still together, the Norwegian black metal band has only released one studio album. That effort, 1996′s In The Streams Of Inferno, is this week’s Retro Recommendation.

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