Prepare to rock.
Old habits die hard.
“I had my camouflage hat on, so I thought that might help.”
Get ready to Reign In Blood one last time.
He’s definitely not as riled up as Gary Holt.
DO IT, and bring it to Australia.
She’s either riling them up or blissfully unaware.
Putting the ‘death’ back in death metal.
Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo and Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo were also on board.
‘Slayer Bob’ isn’t your typical Christmas lights fanatic.
Iggy Pop, Grace Jones, Henry Rollins, Eagles Of Death Metal’s Josh Homme and Jesse Hughes, Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister, Slayer’s Tom Araya, Slash, Mark Lanegan, Nina Hagen, Justice and Volbeat. No it’s not the slightly ill-advised lineup of Soundwave 2016, it’s the newly-announced cast of Swedish director Björn Tagemose’s new silent film, Gutterdämmerung. Dubbed “the loudest
In a performance that is sure to go down in the annals of rock history as one of the most entertaining ever, Loudwire have gotten Dream Theater‘s drummer Mike Portnoy to play some classic metal and rock n roll covers… on a Hello Kitty drum kit. Portnoy isn’t impressed upon seeing the kit initially, saying
Thrash titans Slayer are back with a brand new slice of their forthcoming 6th studio LP, Repentless. It’s called Cast The First Stone and it is one brutal beast. Released courtesy of Adult Swim, whom you might know as the guys that brought us such metal-themed cartoons as Metalocalpyse, the mid-tempo cut is sporting some
He’s helping sell them too, whether he knows it or not.
Thrash metal kingpins Slayer have let rip their first new tune in close to a year. The single, dubbed When The Stillness Comes, has been released in honour of tomorrow’s Record Store Day. Sliced off the band’s forthcoming album, the new track is not your typical Slayer all-out riff assault, at least not to start
After a successful inaugural year in 2014 Motörhead are taking to the seas again with the second annual Motörhead Motörboat Cruise and they’ve enlisted acts like Slayer, Anthrax, Exodus and more to join them. Motörhead’s floating music festival will set sail on September 28th though to October 2nd 2015, on the Norwegian Sky cruise ship,