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IRON MAIDEN's STEVE HARRIS On Possible Retirement: 'If We Feel We're Not Cutting It Anymore, Then We'll Discuss It'

During an appearance on today's (Tuesday, July 23) edition of SiriusXM's "Trunk Nation", IRON MAIDEN bassist Steve Harris reflected on the fact that it's been 19 years since the band released "Brave New World". MAIDEN's first studio LP since the return of longtime lead singer Bruce Dickinson and guitarist Adrian Smith was also the band's ...

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JOE BONAMASSA Announces Spring 2020 U.S. Tour Dates

Two-time Grammy-nominated blues-rock sensation Joe Bonamassa has announced U.S. tour dates for spring 2020, as he gears up for his summer tour embarking on major venues across the East Coast and Midwest in North America. For the newly announced dates next year, Bonamassa leaves no fans behind, making stops through the South and Midwest with ...

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BREAKING BENJAMIN's Acoustic Album To Feature Guest Appearances By RED, UNDEROATH, Ex-FLYLEAF, THREE DAYS GRACE Members

BREAKING BENJAMIN frontman Benjamin Burnley spoke to HardDrive Radio about the band's upcoming acoustic album. The effort, which is tentatively due before the end of the year, will feature mostly reworked versions of the band's notable hits, including a couple from last year's "Ember" LP, plus one new song. "They all have orchestration on 'em ...

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DAVE 'SNAKE' SABO Reveals What SKID ROW Learned From DEF LEPPARD

In conjunction with a recent Metal Hammer retrospective on SKID ROW's self-titled 1989 debut, guitarist Dave "Snake" Sabo spoke at length about the making of the album with writer Clay Marshall. Some select "outtakes" from the interview appear below (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On why "Skid Row" was recorded in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin: Snake: "The ...

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SORCERER Begins Recording New Album

Swedish epic doom metallers SORCERER have entered the studio to begin recording their new album. This will be the band's third LP for Metal Blade and follow-up to the critically acclaimed "The Crowning Of The Fireking", which came out in 2017. A spring 2020 release is expected. Drums were recorded last week at SolnaSound Recording, ...

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MOTÖRHEAD Is Celebrating 40th Anniversary Of 'Overkill' And 'Bomber' Albums With Newly Launched Web Site

MOTÖRHEAD's official social media pages have been updated with a teaser video promoting the Motorhead79.com web site. The clip, featuring footage of important political and pop-culture events from 1979, as well as brief glimpses of MOTÖRHEAD performing, includes the tagline: "We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming for the following important news update..." 2019 ...

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Watch SLIPKNOT's Music Video For New Song 'Solway Firth'

SLIPKNOT has shared "Solway Firth", the second new song to be released off the band's widely anticipated sixth LP, "We Are Not Your Kind", which will arrive August 9 on Roadrunner Records. "Solway Firth" is available now at all DSPs along with an official music video directed by the band's own M. Shawn Crahan. Created ...

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TOOL Teases New Album

TOOL has released a short teaser for the band's long-awaited new album. The clip, which can be seen below, gives the first glimpse of what is appears to be the new TOOL logo. TOOL's follow-up to 2006's "10,000 Days" is due on August 30. The disc is expected to include the songs "Descending" and "Invincible", ...

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ALICE IN CHAINS Vocalist/Guitarist WILLIAM DUVALL To Release 'One Alone' Solo Album In October

ALICE IN CHAINS vocalist/guitarist William DuVall will release his debut solo album, "One Alone", on October 4 via DVL Recordings. The disc is a smoldering, all-acoustic affair. In contrast to the multi-layered sonic assault comprising most of his discography, "One Alone" is as sparse and intimate as it gets — part late-night confessional, part living ...

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SCOTT STAPP: Getting Sober 'Really Changed My Life'

"Robb's Metalworks" conducted an interview with CREED frontman Scott Stapp prior to his July 10 concert at Aztec Theater in San Antonio, Texas. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On why he waited six years to release the follow up to "Proof Of Life" with "The Space ...

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NICKO MCBRAIN On Joining IRON MAIDEN In 1982: 'I Was In The Right Place At The Right Time'

Tapped to replace Clive Burr in 1982 after touring activities for "Number Of The Beast" concluded, drummer Nicko McBrain brought a degree of finesse and technicality that was largely missing from IRON MAIDEN's early output. Whereas Burr was often lauded for his heavy-handed, punk-oriented style, McBrain was largely the opposite, playing with a degree of ...

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BAD WOLVES Drummer: 'We Decided Pretty Early On That We Weren't Going To Be Some 'Purist' Metal Band'

Holland's FaceCulture recently conducted an interview with BAD WOLVES bassist Kyle Konkiel and drummer John Boecklin. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On whether Boecklin envisioned BAD WOLVES being able to tour Europe so early into their career: John: "Sure, but it really wasn't like ...

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