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  1. Guess who's better than 5SOS?Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    BRISBANE band Sheppard scorched a hot field, which included 5 Seconds of Summer and Violent Soho, to win the best group category at last night's ARIA Awards in Sydney. The band, featuring siblings George, Amy and Emma Sheppard, had a breakthrough year after their song Geronimo topped the Australian charts and their debut album Bombs Away went to No.2. What the actual?!!!! We are thrilled to have won an #ARIA for Best Group! Thank you for your support.


  2. Market Report: Buyers lining up for Sinclair sale as shares rise 12% to three-year highRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    No less than ten interested parties are believed to have shown an interest in Sinclair IS Pharma, which has put itself up for sale. Shares of the aesthetics and skincare company rose 4p or 12 per cent to a three-year high of 36.5p after it was revealed it has appointed Rothschild to explore means of realising shareholder value.


  3. Peter Wolf and J. Geils Band have special place in their hearts for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Cleveland.com

    Peter Wolf, frontman for the J. Geils Band, which opens for Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band at Quicken Loans Arena on Thursday, Dec. 4, said he and his bandmates have a special place in their hearts for Cleveland and late Plain Dealer rock writer Jane Scott. When: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4. Where: Quicken Loans Arena.


  4. Metalhead Writes Open Letter To Katy Perry, Demands She Switches To Extreme Metal [News]Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Ultimate-guitar.com

    Metal aficionado Chris Krovatin recently penned an open letter to pop superstar Katy Perry , demanding she takes a sharp detour with her musical career and focus purely on extreme metal. "Ms. Perry, I hope this open letter finds you well," the piece kicks off.


  5. Life on both sides of the protest line settles into routineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Every morning Sut-Lut, an early childhood educator from the Squamish nation, climbs out of an RCMP police vehicle behind the protesters gathered at the yellow tape across Centennial Way that marks the court-ordered work zone for Kinder Morgan survey crews. An officer gently hooks her arm in his and escorts her through the throng and past the tape.


  6. November 30: The Jam Spot welcomes Hemlock and guestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Examiner.com

    Formed around 1993, Nevada's Hemlock play groove metal. The band is known for orchestrating a "wall of death" during its shows.


  7. Pixacao, or why Sao Paulo looks like a death metal album coverRead the original story

    Monday | My heart's in Accra

    One of the first things I noticed about Sao Paulo was the graffiti. It's everywhere, and it's stylistically very striking - angular, highly stylized letters on walls, buildings, overpasses.


  8. Rollers Of The Realm Review: Skill ShotRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Cinema Blend News

    When you play a classic fantasy-based RPG, there are certain things you can usually rely on: Multiple classes with their own strengths and weaknesses, a tale of a tyrant being overthrown by a rag-tag band of reluctant heroes, loot, treasure, boss fights and interesting environments to explore. Rollers of the Realm --recently released for the PlayStation 4, Vita and PC--offers all of the above.


  9. Paul Di'Anno: 'Oh God, I'm Going To Be Stuck Playing Maiden Songs For The Rest Of My Life!' [News]Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Ultimate-guitar.com

    Former Iron Maiden vocalist Paul Di'Anno recently touched on the matter of performing the band's early classics for so many years, branding it an occasionally dreary affair. Asked by Songfacts on whether he still enjoys playing the tunes, Di'Anno replied: "Yeah, I do.


  10. A Review of the Weekend: Poor People Drink Bad Beer, Charlie Megira, and Chop 'Starbucks' SueyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | The Stranger

    I personally miss No Touching Ground's remembrance of John T. Williams in that exact spot . I also miss the poster wall that used to be there, but that is gone-daddy-gone, never-ever to return.


  11. #10: 20th Century Masters:The Best of Scorpions Millennium CollectionRead the original story

    Monday Nov 24 | WHTQ-FM Orlando

    "While we were working on our album these past few months, we could literally feel how powerful and creative our work wasand how much fun we were still having, in the process," says SCORPIONS lead singer KLAUS MEINE about the band's new album STING IN THE TAIL. "We want to end the SCORPIONS' extraordinary career on a high note.


  12. Listen: Nylon Maiden's "Run to the Hills"Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | WGMZ-FM Gadsden

    Dutch classical guitarist Thomas Zwijsen has released his second album of Iron Maiden covers. Here he is doing "Run to the Hills"


  13. INTERVIEW: Biff Byford from SaxonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Daily Echo

    PIONEERS of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal Saxon are undertaking their 35th anniversary tour and roll into Bournemouth 02 Academy next week. The 'Warriors of the Road' tour is to heavily feature tracks from what is called their Holy Trinity of albums; Wheels of Steel and Strong Arm of the Law from 1980 and Denim and Leather from 1981.


  14. Nickelback Write Song Inspired By Ferguson UnrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | City Pages

    At long last, the musical and political luminaries that comprise Nickelback have written a song inspired by the protests and unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. We waited with bated breath as events unfolded in the St. Louis suburb, lacking direction in a world seemingly gone mad.


  15. Show Review: Judas Priest and Steel Panther @ Tacoma DomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Northwest Music Scene

    When it comes to heavy metal music, there are few bands from what many consider to be its "Golden Age" that have endured for as long and with as much effortless power as British metal legends Judas Priest . As founding vocalist Rob Halford was quick to remind the audience at the Tacoma Dome on November 22nd, Judas Priest is currently riding their 40th year of shredding, and throughout lineup change after lineup change, shifts in musical style, and several lawsuits concerning their music driving kids my age to off themselves, the band has endured for this long as one of the most prolific and well-loved bands in history.


  16. Beauty and the Priest: Judas Priest, Steel Panther scorch Boise Friday nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Examiner.com

    This weekend, Judas Priest closed out its 2014 U.S. tour in the Pacific Northwest with shows in Idaho and Washington. A decade has passed since the last time the mighty Judas Priest has graced Idaho, as part of 2004's Ozzfest Tour .


  17. November 29: Willie Roy's Warehouse in Gallup hosts SpeckfestRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Examiner.com

    Prepare yourself for the oncoming onslaught that is Speckfest Twenty Fourteen. On November 29, the following bands will perform at Willie Roy's Warehouse in Gallup, New Mexico: Hemlock , Bloodline, Sleep Tastes Pretty, Mutilated Tyrant, A Malicious Plague, Torture Victim, Testify, War Motor, Unsheathe, Wolves in Wolves' Clothing, Rei-Gurren, Fatal Corruption, Morbid Justice, Synchronicity, Suspended , Blinddryve, Cast in Your Shadow, Killing the Kreator, Livid, Shadow Remain, In the Trenches, Death Mantra, and Calling Out Damnation.


  18. Mom was at 1930s weddingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Black Country Bugle

    THIS picture of a happy wedding party was posted to our Facebook page by Alison Scott and we first printed it in our paper on November 6. The picture was spotted by Joyce Mann ne Arter, of West Bromwich, and she writes, "What a wonderful surprise to see a photograph of my mom and members of her family in the Bugle. "My mom Matilda is in the white dress third along, front row.


  19. The new face of street artRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | The Globe and Mail

    Artist Shalak Attack's artwork at King and Sumach Streets is one example of Toronto's StART underpass mural project, part of a series of murals to be unveiled over the next few weeks. The project lead calls the murals the 'cherry on top' of efforts to make underpasses more inviting.


  20. Metalhead, Hermitage Revealed open in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Globe and Mail

    Iceland is dark, even without the Megadeth and Judas Priest soundtrack. From the director Ragnar Bragason comes a subtitled rural family drama about an outcast teenage girl who answers her heavy grief with heavy metal and hell-raising tractor rides.