Monday, May 20th
Irish metal group One Minute Silence have released a new song from their PledgeMusic funded new EP, Fragmented Armageddon, due out June 17 on iTunes.
The song, 'Fruit From The Lie', is the first new material from the band since their 2003 album One Lie Fits All.
Stream the new song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=IDdbw5Dwizw
Thursday, May 2nd
Original Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch has officially rejoined the band to work on their
newest album, set to be release later this summer. It will be the first album Welch has
recorded with the band since their 2003 album Take A Look In The Mirror, before his
departure in 2004. A clip from the new album can be streamed here:
Wednesday, April 3rd
French metal group Eths have announced a new permanent frontwoman after the departure of Candice Clot last year. Until recently, the group had been touring with Virginie Goncalves (of Kells) and Nelly Wood.
Rachel Aspe is known for auditioning for "La France A Un Incroyable Talent", the French equivalent to "Britain/America's Got Talent", by singing a Sybreed song. Her first show will be at the start of their next tour on April 10 in Lyon.
News article: http://www.metalhammer.co.uk/news/eths-pick-talent-show-star-as-new-singer/
Sunday, March 24th
Veteran nu metal band Limp Bizkit have released a new song from their upcoming album Stampede of the Disco Elephants. The owner of their label, Lil Wayne, is featured in the song, titled "Ready To Go." The band is offering it as a free download.
It can be acquired at the link below:
The download is currently unavailable, but a stream of the song can be found here:
Friday, March 22nd
It appears that Limp Bizkit have decided to get rid of their DJ Lethal, as he is to play no part in their up and coming summer tour.
The DJ had already previously been fired from Limp Bizkit after lead singer Fred Durst became unhappy with his 'hardcore partying habits'. However, they eventually forgave him and he rejoined the band last year.
But it now seems the hardcore rap-metal band have had enough, and kicked him off the tour. They even went to the bother of changing the original tour poster so that Lethal's image was removed from it.
Lethal expressed his disappointment with a tweet that read-
“Pretty bummed out. Was looking forward to going back out on the road and rockin out. It wasn’t my decision. I’m open. Imagine twice. Smh.”
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Monday, February 25th
A video has surfaced of what appears to be a demo recording of a new Limp Bizkit song. The snippit is rumoured to be taken off the up and coming album Stampede of the Disco Elephants.
The man seen in the video is producer Ross Robinson, aka “Godfather of Nu-Metal”, who has been called in to work on the album. The hardcore rap-metal outfit is planning to release the new album around Spring or Summer via Cash Money Records.
The clip can be seen here-
Wednesday, January 9th
Christian nu metal band Love and Death have released a new song from their upcoming debut album, "Between Here & Lost", available January 22. The song, entitled "I W8 4 U", features Mattie Montgomery of For Today.
The song can be streamed online via Revolver Magazine:
Saturday, October 27th
Limp Bizkit's new video "Lightz" was leaked, no official report from Cash Money Records came
out posting the video. Also according to new interview with Fred Durst "Lightz" will not be
the single, and they are shooting a video for the song "Ready to Go ft. Lil Wayne"
"Lightz" video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BUrF5-bLIc
"Ready to Go" Bootleg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eh1Q14N6G-g
Friday, October 26th
Christian nu metal band Love and Death, brainchild of ex-Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch, have released a lyric video for their new song "The Abandoning" from their upcoming debut album "Between Here and Lost", out November 20 via Tooth and Nail Records.
Video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTnvX0PNqYU
Wednesday, October 17th
DJ Lethal has returned to hard metal group Limp Bizkit after apologising to frontman Fred Durst. The confrontation began back in April when Durst decided to kick Lethal out the band because he disliked Lethal's hardcore party habits.
However, in a shock turn of events DJ Lethal has come out on twitter saying he has said sorry to Fred, and is now back in the band.
"I had some problems. Be it partying on the road. Talking shit when I was drunk and causing internal conflicts. Today is the day that I can finally be a man and step up and say I'm sorry."
Monday, October 15th
Ill Nino's sixth studio album, entitled "Epidemia", is scheduled to release in October 22 via Victory Records. The preview for all the songs of the album, 30 second each, can be found in the following link:
Wednesday, September 26th
Ill Nino's new song "The Depression" is out now. The song is taken from their upcoming album, "Epidemia", which is scheduled to be released in October 22nd in the US through Victory Records and October 29th in Europe through AFM Records.
Sunday, September 2nd
Latin Metal band Ill Nino have posted a sample of the song "The Depression" from Forthcoming sixth studio album 'Epidemia' which will be released through Victory Records on October 22.
Monday, July 9th
Electronica duo Pink and Yellow announced via twitter that they would be breaking up. After releasing two albums in the past year, the band have decided to take some time off to pursue other projects. The band formed in 2008 and released 3 LPs and 2 EPs.
Gray Disappears, who released many mp3s by the band, made a post about the split.
Monday, June 25th
Wes Borland has tweeted that he will need to start doing push-ups because his bands Limp Bizkit (Cash Money Records) and Black Light Burns (Rocket Science Ventures/THC : Music/RED) will be touring American cities together in the Fall.
Looks like there's going to be a Limp Bizkit / Black Light Burns tour this fall. Guess I better start doing push ups now....
The tour will coincide with BLB's first album in over five years, The Moment You Realize You're Going To Fall (due out August 14). LB is currently writing The Unquestionable Truth (Part 2), which follows-up where the band left off on Part I roughly seven years ago.
check out Sputnik's dk3001 review of Part I here: http://www.sputnikmusic.com/review/6243/Limp-Bizkit-The-Unquestionable-Truth-%5BPart-1%5D/
Thursday, May 31st
Limp Bizkit have parted company with their DJ Lethal. It has been rumoured that singer Fred Durst was unhappy with Lethal's alleged substance abuse problem.
Fred made a comment on twitter related to the news saying -
"Sometimes the right decision is painful, but comes from a loving place. My hope is that good people can make the right decisions. Can you?"
DJ Lethal also took to twitter in a number of short outburst -
"I’m really sorry mostly to the fans because one man is a tyrant control freak. #Napoleon !!"
"…Truth is I stood up to fred. Simple. He’s a tyrant slave driver"
Sunday, May 13th
Nu-Metal act Love and Death have released the video for their song "Chemicals". The song is
the title track from their upcoming EP which will be released on August 24th.
The band was formed by former KoRn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch after he decided to quit
performing under his own name. Their full-length album is expected for an October release.
Friday, May 11th
Fred Durst has told Kerrang that the latest Limp Bizkit album will be called 'Stampede Of The Disco Elephants'.
Aswell as this album, Durst also announced that the band is working on a follow-up to their 2005 EP 'The Unquestionable Truth Part 1'.
"This is some crazy Limp Bizkit shit. We're working on a follow-up EP to 'The Unquestionable Truth Part 1', alongside the album. "
Sunday, May 6th
For the first time in seven years, former lead guitarist of Korn, Brian "Head" Welch, joined the band onstage to play their classic track "Blind" at Korn's May 5th performance at Rockingham Speedway in Rockingham, NC.
Korn fans were served up an added bonus this past weekend (May 5) when they saw the band perform live at the Carolina Rebellion festival held at the famed Rockingham Speedway in Rockingham, N.C.Not only did they get to hear all of the band’s previous hits and some new jams, but they also witnessed the reuniting of
one-time Korn guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch who joined his former bandmates on stage to perform the band’s classic song ‘Blind.’ “For a long ass time, this spot right here has been very lonely – very very lonely,” frontman Jonathan Davis admitted before introducing Welch, saying, “I want to bring out one of my truest and
oldest and most beloved friends to come out and have some fun with this. ...more
Friday, April 6th
Veteran Michigan alt-rockers Taproot have released an official video for their song 'No Surrender'.
The tune is the lead single to be taken from the quartet's forthcoming new album 'The Episodes'; which is scheduled to be released this coming Tuesday the 10th of April.
Tuesday, April 3rd
Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is contemplating sacking two members from the band. It has been reported that Durst is not happy with drummer John Otto and DJ Lethal's party lifestyle.
DJ Lethal has himself tweeted about the events claiming-
"Fred has plans for a 'new' Limp Bizkit which doesn’t include John Otto or I... Fred doesn’t approve of our lifestyle which includes partying and fun... I’ve tried to reach out and make things better. But Fred seems to have made up his mind."
"Thing I’m addicted to is making music. Having a few parties on tour doesn’t mean I’m an addict... If those things were true wouldn’t a friend try to help? How is pushing away going to help anything? If it was me I would help."
Lethal also told gossip website TMZ-
"We've worked together the last 4 years to bring Limp Bizkit back to where it is today ... and to just be thrown out on the street aft ...more
Friday, March 9th
Limp Bizkit have announced that they are at work on a new EP entitled The Unquestionable Truth, Part 2 due for release later this year. Their new single "Ready To Go", which features Lil Wayne, will be available online for free soon.
Fred Durst recently told Billboard that the band is working on what he called "the heaviest, most crazy metal record of all time," "The Unquestionable Truth, Part 2", which Durst says will probably be an EP. "That will service our core and counter balance these big, fat, ginormous hip-rock songs we're going to do. We're gonna give out some mayhem and madness... to those people who really lean that way with us."
The song, which will mark the band's first release through its new deal with Cash Money Records, will likely be given away for free via the Internet. "We want to let everybody know this is just an introduction, just a taste of what throwing these two dudes together for five m ...more
Saturday, March 3rd
Limp Bizkit have been announced to headline the Belgium metal festival Graspop Metal Meeting on Saturday June 23rd. GMM 2012 starts on Friday June 22 with as the main headliner Ozzy & Friends and ends on Sunday June 24 with Gruns N' Roses.
Friday, February 24th
the birdman's boy, lil wayne, just signed finnish black metal act limp bizkit to cash money.
the cobra's gold, bitch.
Tuesday, February 7th
Alt. Metal group Taproot has announced through the band's Facebook a new album titled "The Episodes" to be released on April 12th through Victory Records.
Thursday, December 29th
DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara announced plans to reform Coal Chamber specifically for Soundwave shows in Australia.
Dez says, "Coal Chamber is playing Soundwave Down Under! These reunion shows are for the fans that want to see us again as well as all the people that never got to see Coal Chamber.
"It is and always will be a very special part of my life, so these few shows are for those people and for us. If you're not from Australia, better get a ticket now to come see this event!"
"Australia has never seen us, nor have we seen them," adds guitarist Meegs Rascón. "It will be an extraordinary exchange of energy and adrenaline. Hello Aussies, nice to meet you!"
"This reunion will mark a decade since we last played together, so staring at my brothers on stage face to face will be an emotional rollercoaster for me," says Meegs. "Tears of joy would be an understatement to say the least. You know, all of us have gon ...more
Sunday, December 4th
Former Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch has posted the video for his new single Paralyzed to Youtube. The song is taken from his upcoming yet to be titled sophomore album which he expects out in 2012.
Tuesday, November 29th
Speaking to Billboard ahead of the December release of Korn's crossover album The Path of Totality, lead singer Johnathan Davis appeared only too eager to boldly announce that "We were dubstep before there was dubstep. Tempos at 140 with half-time drums, huge bassed-out riffs. We used to bring out 120 subwoofers and line them across the whole front of the stage, 60 subs per side. We were all about the bass."
He was also quick to praise the band's younger fans for not only accepting the group's new direction but for respecting dubstep as a whole.
“These kids are onto something completely innovative and new,” he said. “It’s pure and awesome and underground and heavy and different, not like stale-ass metal and rock’n'roll. I love them all, but the old-school metalheads are not open to change.”
He added: “It’s really cool to see glow sticks at the show, to see dance music culture infiltrating and becoming one with the m ...more
Drowning Pool have parted ways with vocalist Ryan McCombs.
The band, who has worked with 3 singers in their 10 year career, issued the following statement: “We have always been a band who has gained success despite having multiple singers...maybe we suffer from reverse ‘lead singer’s disease. Changing things up has not always been easy, but the band has become re-energized time and time again. We are looking to find a new singer who will give both us, and most importantly our fans, the new adrenaline shot they deserve. We do still wish Ryan great success in his future endeavors.”
McCombs had been part of the band since 2006, when he replaced then-current singer Jason Jones, who joined Drowning Pool following the tragic passing of Dave Williams.
Thursday, November 17th
KoRn have officially premiered "Sanctuary", the seventh track found on the bands upcoming studio effort entitled "The Path of Totality", which see's Korn venturing into new territory and experimenting with dubstep.
The song can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRGsyuosqJs
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