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“I’m just a dirty white boy that wants to play his f–king music in whatever sh-tty fashion I can,” says Mike Dirnt.

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Frontman talks future of rock, while Foo Fighters get ranked as No. 1 artist in Billboard Alternative chart history.

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Here are the new heavy metal CD releases for this week.   For the most detailed and up-to-date schedule, check out our complete Heavy Metal CD Release Date calendar.

September 3, 2013
Annihilator - Feast (UDR)
Arabrot - Arabrot (Fysisk Format)
Black Magician - The Pursuivant EP (Svart)
Bl’ast - Blood! (Southern Lord)
Carpe Noctem - In Terra Profugus (Code 666)
Cathexis - Shades Of Apocalypse (Mulligore)
Church Of Void - Dead Rising (Svart)
Crossfaith - Apocalyze (The End)
Deliverance - Hear What I Say! (Roxx)
Eibon La Furies - The Immoral Compass (Code 666)
Emblazoned - The Living Magisterium EP (Deepsend)
Evocation - Excised And Anatomised EP (Century Media)
Ferocity - The Sovereign (Deepsend)
Girl On Fire - Not Broken (Century Media)
Gog - Ironworks (Season Of Mist)
Gorguts - Colored Sands (Season Of Mist)
Heretic Cult Redeemer - Heretic Cult Redeemer (Iron Bonehead)
Ildjarn - Forest Poetry Re-Release (Underground Activists)
Ildjarn - Ildjarn Re-Release (Underground Activists)
Ildjarn - Strength and Anger Re-Release (Underground Activists)
Infected Society/F is for F–k You/Miserable Failure –Miserable F–king Society (Kaotoxin)
Kingshifter - 26 Tons (Pavement)
Kreator - Dying Alive (Nuclear Blast)
Kriadiaz - Kriadiaz (Pavement)
Loss Of Self - 12 Minutes EP (The Flenser)
The Mezmerist - The Innocent, The Forsaken, The Guilty (Shadow Kingdom)
Monsterworks - Earth (Eat Lead and Die)
Nephren-Ka - The Fall Of Omnius (Kaotoxin)
Nhor - Within The Darkness Between The Starlight (Prophecy)
Nomad Son - The Darkening (Metal On Metal)
Nomad Son - First Light Re-Release (Metal On Metal)
Revamp - Wild Card (Nuclear Blast)
Reveler - Iridescence (Infamous Empire)
The Safety Fire - Mouth Of Swords (Inside Out)
Scalpel - Sorrow and Skin (Sevared)
Saint Vitus - C.O.D. Re-Release (Season Of Mist)
Saint Vitus - Die Healing Re-Release (Season Of Mist)
Shreddy Krueger - The Grieving (InVogue)
Stonegriff - Prologus Magicus (Metal On Metal)
Suicidal Tendencies - Collection (Valberg)
Thranenkind - The Elk (Lifeforce)
Triumph, Genus - Všehorovnost je porážkou prevyšujících (Iron Bonehead)
Turisas - Turisas2013 (Century Media)
Various Artists - Metal For Jesus (Doolittle)
Vattnet Viskar - Sky Swallower (Century Media)
Vista Chino - Peace (Napalm)

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Singer hits out at rocker posturing in new interview.

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Bob Zerull of Zoiks! Online recently conducted an interview with former PANTERA and current DOWN frontman Philip Anselmo. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below.

Zoiks! Online: You’re one of the best front men of all time, how do you prepare for a live show and is it difficult coming down from that?

Anselmo: At my age, young son, I love hitting the bag, because it does not hit back — at least not too hard. I’ve got to get my fat ass downstairs in that hot Louisiana fucking weather and sweat off some of this gut I got and get into traveling mode. As far as coming down from that adrenaline rush, normally after these type of shows, there is an adrenaline flow that needs to simmer. It’s strange, you get off stage, you talk to all of your friends that end up at the show that you haven’t seen in months, and the next thing you know, it’s four o clock in the fucking morning, but it does take a little while to simmer.

Zoiks! Online: How different is the guy that I’m talking to now from the guy that’s on stage?

Anselmo: Not so different, man. There is a certain command when you get up on the stage and the microphone is in your hand and you know that this is your fucking show. With my experience, you have to share some dominance up there — no fear, no relent. It’s a privilege to do shows and it’s a privilege to play in front of great audiences. Honestly, anybody that comes out to the show, it doesn’t really matter if there is 10 people 100 people or 1000 people, those people came to see you perform and they deserve your best, to a certain degree, and you’ve got to lay it on them. I’m the same guy for the most part. I’m pretty chill though, but still intense in my own way; [it] just depends on the subject matter.

Zoiks! Online: I think of guys like James Hetfield [METALLICA] or Alice Cooper who have felt like they had to be their on stage personality 24/7. Is that something you’ve ever struggled with, like running into a fan…?

Anselmo: Yeah, everybody wants to… not everybody, but I will say I have met folks who want to see if they can push buttons or test the tough guy or some shit like that. What they really don’t understand is that when you’re on stage, you’re really just trying to be that dominant force up there. Sometimes that can be misread completely. I think I crack enough jokes up on stage just to let people know that I’m a pretty down-to-goddamn-earth motherfucker, man. That’s the fucking truth. Personally, I fucking hate rock stars. I think it’s a miserable bunch of bullshit. I think the more real you can be with people in general, they don’t have to be fans or anything like that, just the more real you can be with people in any walk of life, because, honestly, I can’t say I’m any good at much else than what I’m into, and if music is my fucking specialty, it doesn’t mean I can walk in someone else’s shoes and do their job, because I can’t. That’s how I look at everything, especially between people relations. It’s hard enough living in my own skin; God knows I can’t imagine living for someone else at the same time. I think it’s a two-way street, man, and both of us have the right of way. I prefer to make friends over having this worship or be set up on this pedestal. It’s bullshit, man.

Zoiks! Online: Currently, I feel like the fans of heavy metal music are so passionate about the bands they love that they turn on the other bands in the same genre. Is that something you’ve experienced and how do you handle the negativity?

Anselmo: You know what, man?! I think there is always — in any walk of life that you’re in, especially in the entertainment business and that extends from music to sports to whatever — if you’re in the limelight, you’re going to get your negative pricks out there that scoff at what you do. You’ve got to have that balance in life, because if everybody is loving you and fucking sucking up to you, then something is wrong. I’m the type of dude that doesn’t care about popularity contests or fucking who’s killer or on what top-ten list. I don’t give a shit about any of that stuff, man. Especially with music, there is always going to be a new kid on the block. There’s always going to be new bands that are pushing something that’s different or similar, like you say, and I don’t know. Everybody has their day in the sun; it’s just what you do with that fucking day in the fucking sun after that fucking sunsets. It’s what you do after that what really ends up counting. There’s so many one-hit wonders and fly-by-night fads and fucking trends and shit like that. You’ve got to pick your side of the fence, stay on it, and if you need to, eventually you can plow through that fucking fence too and build you a new one. It’s a big world with a lot of different ideas; everybody’s got their own idea of what’s cool, when it’s cool and how it’s cool. I can’t please everybody all the fucking time, so fuck ’em.

Read the entire interview at Zoiks! Online.

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GENERATION KILL, the band featuring EXODUS frontman Rob Dukes, has inked a deal with Nuclear Blast Records. The group’s sophomore album is tentatively due in November. The CD was produced by Chris “Zeuss” Harris, who has previously worked with SUICIDE SILENCE, ALL THAT REMAINS, SHADOWS FALL and SOULFLY, among others.

Commented Dukes: “I want to thank everyone at Nuclear Blast for having GENERATION KILL become part of the greatest metal family.

GENERATION KILL has finished our new album. We used Zeuss to produce this record. He really helped us bring out things in all of us we didn’t know we had.

“We all reached down and made a good record. We fought, we argued, and in the end each of us rose up to the challenge and wrote good fucking songs.”

Added Zeuss: “This album is not an EXODUS clone. This is an album of music where five guys got together an explored our own roots of music, the records we grew up listening to and wrote songs paying homage to what we love.”

Commented Nuclear Blast A&R manager Jaap Wagemaker: “Nuclear Blast is very amazed to announce the signing of New York thrashers GENERATION KILL!

“Already with the release of their debut, ‘Red White And Blood’, we knew that something special was brewing in New York!

“The band, led by frontbeast Rob Dukes from EXODUS, is playing a different kind of thrash metal, not just straight in your face, but also elements from hardcore and alternative are used, not only in the music, but also in the vocals.

“Where Rob is mostly known for his aggressive vocal style for EXODUS, you will be very surprised to hear a different side from him.

“Two months ago, when we had the chance to see the band play live as support of HEATHEN, we were blown away by the sheer power of this outfit live.

“All members have a lot of experience in playing live in several New York outlets in the past and are longtime friends, really know their music and it shows. Now the guys have finished recording their second album and we at Nuclear Blast are very impressed by the new tracks and we are very pleased to welcome GENERATION KILL as new members to the Nuclear family.

“The new record is set for a November release and the band is looking into some touring opportunities as well to promote the album live.

GENERATION KILL is here to destroy and leave no prisoners behind!”

GENERATION KILL‘s debut album, “Red White And Blood”, was released in September 2011. The CD was recorded at J. Rod Production Studios in New City, New York (where the vocal tracks for EXODUS“Let There Be Blood” and OVERKILL‘s “Ironbound” were previously laid down).


Rob Dukes – Vocals
Rob Moschetti – Bass/Backing Vocals
Jason Trenczer – Lead Guitar
Jason Velez – Lead Guitar
James DeMaria – Drums


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“We’ve really gone balls out, you know,” the drummer reveals while discussing “Accountable Beasts.”

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“Next time we come back here, we’ll have a new f–king album!” said drummer John Dolmayan.

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Singer offers advice in new interview.

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Singer enraged by the magazine’s decision to place Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the front cover. Other rockers also react.

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