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Bob Kulick

Kiss and W.A.S.P. collaborator, Meat Loaf guitarist Bob Kulick (1950-2020) remembered with Balance and Skull from Blackthorne to Murderer’s Row.

Bob Kulick – older brother of former Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick – produced numerous tribute albums and led the bands Balance, Skull, Blackthorne and Murderer’s Row before releasing his only solo album in 2017. Bob Kulick also recorded with Meat Loaf, Kiss, Paul Stanley, Lou Reed, Mark Farner, W.A.S.P., and many others.

Body Count launch animated video for Carnivore

The originators of Rap Metal are back. ICE-T and his band are as angry as ever, pairing ICE-T’s angry and socio-critical lyrics with thick guitar riffs and nods to metal and hardcore greats like Slayer, Metallica, Pantera, Suicidal Tendencies and Rage Against The Machine.

Opeth - In Cauda Venenum

Ingen sanning är allas but it’s a universal truth that Opeth has launched a new music video

The video was created by Jess Cope and follows a melancholic and bitter man on the brink of self-destruction and insanity as he delves into a sinister alternate world as reality crumbles around him. Cope previously collaborated with Opeth’s Mikael Åkerfeldt on the music video for “Drag Ropes” for his side project Storm Corrosion.

Opeth will return to North America in 2020 for a winter tour with labelmates Graveyard.

Metallica cancel upcoming tour as James Hetfield enters rehab

Metallica have cancelled their forthcoming tour of Australia, which was set to kick off next month. The band have issued a statement, revealing that frontman James Hetfield has entered an addiction treatment program and will need to focus on his recovery rather than complete the tour.

Slipknot - We Are Not Your Kind

“We Are Not Your Kind” claims the “Unsainted” Slipknot!

Slipknot has now announced details of their long-awaited sixth LP, “We Are Not Your Kind”, to be released August 9th through Roadrunner Records. “Unsainted” is the album’s first single. Directed by the band’s own M. Shawn Crahan, the “Unsainted” video, and the track itself, offer a glimpse at the future of one of rock’s most popular, and deeply enigmatic bands.

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