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At About.com Heavy Metal we cover the big name releases, but we also support the underground. Each month we bring you unsigned bands with a lot of potential and skill to make it. Dungeonmaster Dan Drago is in an unsigned band himself, and knows the challenges of climbing the music industry ladder. Here are five promising bands. We encourage you to check them out, and discover some excellent metal bands.

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Brian Slagel – the man behind Metal Blade records and the man who helped discover Metallica – is tonight’s special guest on the Metal Hammer Magazine Show on TeamRock Radio!

Plus, there’s music from Rainbow, Trouble, Amon Amarth and In Solitude. Heavy. Tune in from 9pm!

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There are so many metal releases each week it’s nearly impossible to keep track and try to discover new bands. That’s where we can help. We collect a bunch of short reviews in one article, giving you a chance to check out several different new albums in one quick and convenient place. This week, we review the latest from All Pigs Must Die, Armed For Apocalypse, Baroness, Black Tusk, Body Stuff, Counterparts, Dischordia, Grandexit, Karnivool, Lord, Mammoth Grinder, Miazma, Morne, The Pete Flesh Deathtrip, Phinehas, Star & Dagger and True Widow.

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Every week tons of new heavy metal albums are released. Along with our usual full-length reviews, we also collect a bunch of short reviews in one convenient location. It’s great way to discover new bands and maybe rediscover other bands you may have forgotten about. This week, we review the latest releases from Amber, The Amenta, Blowsight, Cauldron, Control Human Delete, Deep Purple, Earthling, F.K.U., Gloomball, Grime, In The Silence, Kingdom Come, Magister Templi, Monarque, Mpire Of Evil, Noein, Psychofagist, Rainbow, Sadgiqacea, Sidious, Starkill, Temple Of Thieves, Tormented, Vicious Rumors and V8 Wankers.

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The Queen singer’s final resting place has been a secret for years, but now a discreet plaque bearing his birth name has been discovered in a quiet London cemetery.

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Finding new music is easier than ever but there are so many ways to do it now. We asked Devin Townsend, and members of Behold The Arctopus, Paradise Lost, Castavet, Krallice, Hivesmasher, Dysrythmia, Paradise Lost, Stolen Babies, The Browning, The Casulaties, Trioscapes, Vattnet Viskar what their technique to finding a new band is.

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Tags: ask the artist devin townsend Behold The Arctopus Paradise Lost Castavet Krallice Hivesmasher Dysrythmia Paradise Lost Stolen Babies The Browning The Casulaties Trioscapes Vattnet Viskar
Date: 2012-10-31



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Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme and fellow former Kyuss member Scott Reeder have filed a lawsuit against singer John Garcia and drummer Brant Bjork – who have been recently performing classic Kyuss material under the banner of Kyuss Lives! – over the ownership of the Kyuss name.

Homme and Reeder released a joint public statement this past weekend stating that they had “made every attempt to help [Garcia, Bjork and Oliveri] continue Kyuss Lives! respectfully. Only to discover while they looked us in the eye, Kyuss Lives! management and  band had filed federal documents in 2011 in an attempt to steal the name Kyuss. This is desperately what we were trying to avoid.”

Reeder has released a new statement via his own Facebook page stating that he and Homme were “forced” to act quickly when they discovered the aforementioned naming issue.

“Maaaaaaan, I’ve been called every foul name in the book [on Saturday], and all I did was make a choice to stand up to defend and retain small rights that I should be able to keep sacred and unhindered for the rest of my life and beyond,” he writes. “I didn’t have much of a choice: lose all of the rights in two weeks, or keep them forever. I didn’t choose to be in this situation at all — I was forced to react very quickly with a looming deadline, and it’s been rough. I saw people bitterly divided [yesterday] over this stupid stuff… crazy. But the overwhelming support from friends and family was very much appreciated and needed. Thank you.”

Man, why can’t we all just get along?

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One in eight music fans will decide not to sleep with you if they discover you like Nickelback, suggests a survey.

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After some remarkable detective work, Coldplay forum members, their next album title may have been confirmed.

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April 18th will see the release of Arkan's sophomore album “Salam.” This new oriental metal album will feature the vocal contribution of Orphand Land's mainman Kobi Farhi. Season of Mist has now posted an interview with the Israeli musician about appearing on the album, which can be read below. SoM: How did you discover ARKAN?

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Orphaned Land's Kobi Farhi To Guest On New Arkan Album "Salam"


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