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Memphis rockers Savage After Midnight have announced their 2019 winter tour with Pop Evil. The band will be joining the tour midway through the run starting on January 25th in Atlanta, GA until February 2nd in Sayreville, NJ.  

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D.J. Kirkbride and Nikos Koutsis’ new series ERRAND BOYS gained critical acclaim upon launch with customers snapping up ERRAND BOYS #1. The series is poised to become a critical darling for those looking to add a high-octane adventure story to their pull-list.  

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Pop Evil has announced a brand new batch of 24 U.S. headline dates for next year in the never-ending support of their self-titled LP, which was released earlier this year. Veteran comedian and former VH1 That Metal Show host Don Jamieson will serve as direct support. THEM EVILS and SAVAGE AFTER MIDNIGHT will open the tour on select dates.  

30 years ago, I wasn’t even a thought to my parents. Having just celebrated my 24th birthday, age is creeping up on me and feeling very much apparent as I’m slowing falling into seniority. To think that for the entirety of my lifetime (and then some) that Paradise Lost has been hustling and exploring the sonic landscape of gothic, doom-laden metal, is astonishing. Yet here I find myself, camera in hand, as the band makes their first New York appearance in six years to celebrate the extensive history of their band.  

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Ferocious American metal pioneers JUNGLE ROT have announced headlining dates for their return to European shores this spring. “Finally, the wheels are in motion and we return to Europe for the first time in five years with the 2019 Send Forth Oblivion Tour Part 1!” exudes JUNGLE ROT warlord Dave Matrise.  

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Following an earth-shattering appearance at this weekend’s Rock Allegiance Festival in the cesspool known as Camden, NJ your Lords and Masters GWAR kicked off the Gore, Core and More Tour last night with co-headliners Hatebreed. Find a complete list of dates below.  

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 As Nothing More continues to amass critical praise for their most recent album, the three-time Grammy-nominated The Stories We Tell Ourselves, including the #1 track at Rock Radio, “Go To War,” the band announces their most personal and meaningful headlining concert tour yet.  Of Mice and Men will Special Guest on all dates, with Badflower and Palisades supporting.*   

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Two seminal New York bands emerged from the heavy music scene together in the early 90s, yet somehow have never shared the same stage until now. Life of Agony and Sick Of It All are excited to announce that they will co-headline two shows together for the first time in their 30 year history. The shows, labeled “Two Sick Nights of Agony” will take place December 14th at The Paramount (Huntington, NY) and December 15th at The Stone Pony (Asbury Park, NJ).  

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DIRTY MACHINE (Zombie Shark Records) will be joining P.O.D., Nonpoint and Islander on select dates for the Full Circle Tour!  

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Beginning October 4th, the road hounds in EYEHATEGOD will deafen South America on a week-long excursion that includes performances in Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, and Peru. From there, the band will take a short breather before teaming up with their comrades in Cro-Mags for a West Coast US tour.  

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Michale Graves, the iconic punk-rocker who once fronted one of the world’s most legendary punk rock bands, The Misfits, continues his Course Of Empire tour across North America for the remainder of 2018. Joining Graves for the North American tour is fellow punk rocker Argyle Goolsby, and horror punk vocalist Nim Vind.  

“It doesn’t get more blasphemous than this,” declares Behemoth mastermind Nergal, about the band’s upcoming album, I Loved You At Your Darkest – due out October 5th via Metal Blade Records (North America) / Nuclear Blast (Europe). While it certainly seems an unlikely title for a black metal band, its origin might surprise fans even more than the words themselves. “It’s a verse from the Bible,” Nergal reveals. “It’s actually a quote from Jesus Christ himself. For Behemoth to use it as the basis of our record, it’s sacrilege to the extreme.” A crushing salvo of black metal majesty replete with hellish riffs, thundering drum cannonades and soaring... 

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