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This week's mixtape focuses on the Metal Injection Livecast touch of death which focuses on all of our celebrity guests who have had bad luck after appearing on our show. This mixtape features interviews with Tim Lambesis of As I Lay Dying, Mitch Lucker and Mark Heylum of Suicide Silence, Seth Putnam of Anal Cunt, …

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Former SUFFOKATE frontmn Ricky Hoover has shot down rumors that he has joined SUICIDE SILENCE as the replacement for their late vocalist Mitch Lucker.

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ALL HAIL SABBATH! Black Sabbath and the magickal return of Occult Rock take over Metal Hammer, as we guide you through the resurrection of one of the darkest and most enthralling metal movements of all time, including the likes of Ghost, King Diamond, Pentagram, Blood Ceremony, Electric Wizard and many more.
Also in the new issue, which includes a FREE CD and FREE MASTODON AND CLUTCH posters, we talk to Emmure about being controvesy’s new favourite sons, find out what possessed Bullet For My Valentine to make some radical changes in the recording of new album Temper Temper, celebrate the return of Jason Newsted and look back over the amazing career of Rush.
Plus, Motionless In White, Saxon, Audrey Horne, Buckcherry, The Algorithm, Wednesday 13, the amazing Mitch Lucker tribute show and much, much more. Stay tuned for more details of our free posters, too!

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Robb Flynn of Machine Head used to write diaries on the band’s website pretty regularly, but life got in the way, or as he puts it: “between touring and all the demands of Machine Head, as well as being a husband, and full-time Dad to two young boys when I’m not on tour, I just haven’t had the time. On top of that, my diaries had snowballed into epic endeavors that seemed to demand more and more with every installment and that just started to overwhelm the whole process.”

Robb has now finally posted a new diary entry, which includes his thoughts on Stone Sour’s “House of Gold & Bones Part 1″ and performing at the memorial service for Suicide Silence frontman Mitch Lucker, who died in a motorcycle accident in December.

Check out a clip below of Robb singing Black Sabbath’s “Die Young” and talking about his friendship with Mitch. You can also read the full new blog entry from Robb at this location.

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Guitarist/vocalist Robb Flynn of San Francisco Bay Area metallers MACHINE HEAD has posted the following update on the band’s official web site:

“Over the last two years, I have spoken with many people who have asked why I don’t write my diaries as regularly as I used to.

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Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn has kicked his awesome blog Diary Of A Frontman back into gear, with musings on new Stone Sour album House Of Gold & Bones Part 1, the Mitch Lucker memorial show and a whole load more.

Have a look at some excerpts below…


How good is this record? Seriously, how good is this record? I can’t stop listening to it. I’m a few months late to the SS party because, truth be told, up until now I haven’t been that big of a fan. I’ve liked a few songs over the years, primarily their ballads. “Bother” was freaking amazing and a great video. “Silly World” was great (and also a cool video), “Through Glass”, ditto. But their hard stuff just came across as, I dunno… “Slipknot-lite” to me. This new stuff is freakin’ ridiculously good! The production is massive, freakin’ MASSIVE! Jay Ruston did a fantastic job on the mix. Great arrangements, great lyrics. “Absolute Zero” is a stone cold monster rock tune.


The world has gone streaming, it’s just too easy now. I am FULLY on board. LOVE Spotify on my iPhone. My wife just gave me Apple TV for Xmas and I picked up an Apple AirPort Extreme (which is crazy fast WiFi)… duuuuuuuuuude… MIND BLOWN! Netflix-ing everything, I can play Spotify on my laptop and sync it with my TV, it’s crazy. Streaming music, TV and movies just went next-level!


What a great night with so many amazing performances. Such an incredible vibe in the place, emotionally charged and intense. I laughed, I cried, I was blown away. I met and re-connected with people on what seemed like a deeper level. I felt fucking alive. We did five tours with those guys. A lot of the 30-minute Behind The Music-style intro video killed me, very powerful.”

Read Robb Flynn’s blog in full here

Machine Head recently released their new live album Machine Fucking Head Live, which is out now via Roadrunner.

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After a busy year, culminating with shoots for MEGADETH, COHEED AND CAMBRIA, MOTIONLESS IN WHITE, MISFITS, GWAR, ARSIS and EPICA, spreads in Alternative Press, Revolver and Outburn magazines, as well as time well spent raising over $1,500 for late SUICIDE SILENCE singer Mitch Lucker’s daughter Kenadee with a legacy print series (all proceeds went to Kenadee’s education fund), Jeremy Saffer can now

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Suicide Silence front man Mitch Lucker passed away earlier this Fall due to a motorcycle accident. Prior to the accident, the band was interviewed on Mitch’s 28th birthday in relation to the charity work the group had done surrounding the previous year’s holiday season. This would end up being Mitch’s final interview, and it can now be viewed below.

The band also commented: “Mitch’s final video interview (focused around Christmas) is now online. Merry Christmas everyone & a big thank you to anyone who has donated or helped Mitch’s family in any way this holiday season.”

You can also watch a video clip taken from the candelight vigil held after Mitch’s passing at this location.

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California deathcore masters SUICIDE SILENCE were interviewed on frontman Mitch Lucker’s 28th birthday (October 20) about the charity work they had done during the previous year’s holiday season.

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Randy Blythe (LAMB OF GOD), Robb Flynn (MACHINE HEAD) and Max Cavalera (SOULFLY, CAVALERA CONSPIRACY, SEPULTURA) are among the “surprise” guests who performed with with the surviving members of SUICIDE SILENCE at a special show last night (Friday, December 21) at the Fox theater in Pomona, California as a tribute to their late frontman, Mitch Lucker, who died November 1, after sustaining injuries

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