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A short year after embarking on what would be one of the most innovative journies in the history of metal, Death retooled, added a new face or two and struck again with the seminal Leprosy .
Sadly, you've got to be getting up to at least 60 years old to recall how rock and roll was really starting to tear things up in the summer of 1965.
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, MOISTBOYZ Josh Homme took an extended break from his rock machine Queens of the Stone Age before firing it back up last year with ...Like Clockwork .
Only two weeks are left until the Amon Amarth concert, taking take place at Arenele Romane, Bucharest and organized by Promusic Events and Maximum Rock Magazin .
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Two men suspected of links with the ultra-nationalist group Golden Dawn have been jailed for life in Greece over the fatal stabbing of a Pakistani immigrant last year.
Viable new musicals don't come along every day. Dreamsong isn't perfect, but this satire on the far-right Christian lobby has more hits than misses.
Daniel Rossen, William Tyler @ Music Hall of Williamsburg Grizzly Bear/Department of Eagles singer/guitarist Daniel Rossen put out his solo EP Silent Hour/Golden Mile back in 2012, and he's now on his first-ever solo tour which ends tonight in his hometown.
Satyricon frontman Satyr recently discussed metal fans' behavior, describing it in essence very similar to the way "mainstream people" act.
Al Kooper doesn't really need to listen to the latest songs by garage bands comprised of 20-year-olds.
The world of cartooning and the creative life of career cartoonists will be highlighted as noted cartoonists Mike Lynch, of Rochester, and Stephanie Piro, of Farmington, take center stage in “Drawn and Quartered, the Art of Cartooning: An evening with Mike Lynch and Stephanie Piro”, presented by the New Hampshire Creative Club.
This month marks the 75th anniversary of the publication of The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck's classic novel about the poverty-stricken Joad family.
Cats might be more badass than you think, especially if we're talking about metal cats.