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Belgian groove metal outfit Yata has release the new song “A Bullet of Knowledge,” which can be streamed in the player below or downloaded at the band’s Reverbnation page here . Yata will also be releasing a new track in the next few days, and both songs will appear on an upcoming EP due out in October.

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We all some laughs a few days ago when Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn "congratulated" Avenged Sevenfold on the success of their new covers album, Hail to the King. The album is obviously not a covers album but wears it's influences on it's sleeve, so much so that Flynn felt the need to call the band out on …

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Metallica are in full promotional mode for their upcoming 3D movie, Through The Never, having spent the last few days at the Toronto Film Festival. This morning, they released two teaser clips spotlighting the narrative of the movie, and for the first time, I can say, it actually doesn't look too bad… These clips give off …

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A few days ago I wrote about 10 great metal collaborations that worked. In our last episode I was in a good mood. I was listening to great collaboration, having fun looking them up, and in general having a peachy day. Today, on the other hand, I decided to do the opposite. I've spent a …

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With Steph Carter recently leaving the fold, Gallows are in the midst of another rocky period for their already turbulent career.

In a week where we’ve seen Nine Inch Nails perform their most intimate UK date in forever and both Green Day and Skindred make considerable, statement-making downsizes themselves, it’s no short order to suggest that the Watford-founded crew have picked a tough few days to land an intimate gig of their own. Plus there’s the small matter of Reading and Leeds looming.

Luckily, we have every confidence that they’re gonna absolutely smash it. Chances are that the UK’s finest punk band for a generation will be firing on all cylinders to give us a taste of what to expect come this weekend, and with mysterious punk/metal supergroup The Hell set to make their debut live appearance as main support, it’s probably safe to bet that this will be a gig that keeps people talking for quite some time, and with the threat of the Macbeth being closed hanging over the evening, there’s an important message behind the music tonight, too!

Anyway, why are we even trying to convince you of why this is worth your time? It’s fucking Gallows! Get yourself a ticket and go lose your shit. Go on.

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Sacramento-based In The Silence and Oakland’s Secrets of the Sky have collaboratively booked and confirmed an upcoming tour for this October. View the current confirmed itinerary below and stay tuned for the final details to be announced in the next few days

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While trying to coordinate this interview took a few days, it finally happened on a hot Saturday afternoon in Southern California. Currently at home in Hollywood, GEMINI SYNDROME frontman Aaron Nordstrom took time out of his sleep schedule to have the below conversation. Q: You with me there Aaron?

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Craig Hogan of All About The Rock recently conducted an interview with vocalist John Tardy of Florida death metal veterans OBITUARY. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below.

All About The Rock: You guys are currently a few days into the Kickstarter campaign for your new album. The target of $10,000 was smashed early on. How has the band’s reaction to this been? What does this mean to the band? What are the reasons for doing a Kickstarter project?

Tardy: This campaign has been awesome and just confirms again what we already know and that is that we have the greatest fans in the world. We are using Kickstarter to raise enough money to release an album on our own. This is not a bash against record companies, it is just what we want to do. Years ago this would not even be a thought, but today we feel everything is in place for us, for better or worse, give it a shot.

All About The Rock: Can you tell us a bit about the new album? Album title, song titles, inspiration for the songs?

Tardy: No name or songtitles as of yet, but I can tell you that this is every bit of a classic OBITUARY-sounding album as possible. Some fast, some slow, but a lot of the meat and potatos that make up that OBITUARY sound.

All About The Rock: Will the album be released via a record label at a future date?

Tardy: That really depends on how much funding we get in place and that is not just relying on Kickstarter. Kickstarter has giving us a great start, but we still have a ways to go. The initial funding and what we have in place is a great start and it is going to get a master done for us. That will give us a lot of flexibility and control over what happens next.

All About The Rock: What do you think your future relationships (if any) with record labels will be?

Tardy: We started off talking with the guys from Century Media and they are great. OBITUARY fans first and a great label for their bands next. When we first talked with them we told them our idea to do this largely on our own and they were very supportive and offer to help in anyway they could. Very cool of them, and they are first on the list of labels we would be happy to work with.

Read the entire interview at All About The Rock.

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Noa was not at the last taping of the show because she was out on the Summer Slaughter tour for a few days. She's back and has stories to tell. Also, we'll discuss Twitter beefs, drugs and most likely farts. So tune in, tonight starting at 5pm Eastern (2PM Pacific Time, 10pm In London, 7am …

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Noa was not at the last taping of the show because she was out on the Summer Slaughter tour for a few days. She's back and has stories to tell. Also, we'll discuss Twitter beefs, drugs and most likely farts. So tune in, tonight starting at 5pm Eastern (2PM Pacific Time, 10pm In London, 7am …

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