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KITTIE has posted their first behind the scenes look into life on the road with the Insane Clown Posse. Only days into the tour and the band has dealt with van breakdowns, a show cancelation and braving the KFC double down chicken sandwich. KITTIE is currently out on tour this spring supporting INSANE CLOWN POSSE, KOTTONMOUTH KINGS and COOLIO.  

Nu-Metal legends Korn showed New York they can still kick it old school during their stop at the Roseland Ballroom this past Monday (May 10th).  

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Feel The Pain was formed in June of 2006 with the intention of creating an aggressive and dark sound inspired by hatred and anger. The band’s intense and driving music comes from the desire to express the inner violence that exists in each member’s soul.  

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It’s clobberin’ time as the legendary NYC hardcore pioneers, SICK OF IT ALL, have returned with an absolutely crushing new full-length album that is going to once again redefine the genre they helped create. The vicious new offering, Based On A True Story, is now available everywhere.  

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Dirty Little Rabbits’s first single, “Professional Hit” is available today at all digital retailers. The b-side features another track,”I Love You,” from the Johnston, Iowa-based group’s full length self-titled debut (out July 6 on The End Records). Fans can catch the Rabbits live this summer when they appear on the Van’s Warped Tour (see current dates below).  

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If you’ve not heard Bearer of the Darkest Plagues (Baars Records) from Philadelphia bruisers BLASPHEMOUS, then you’ve done yourself a serious disservice. This is memorable U.S. black metal with a death metal punch and easily one of the best examples of the style you’ll hear in 2010.  

Glenn Danzig, at the forefront of the hardcore/dark metal movement for nearly three decades, announces a special nine-city concert trek that will kick off in Norfolk, VA on June 15. The dates, played to usher in the release of Deth Red Sabaoth (evilive/The End Records), Danzig’s first new studio album in six years, will feature long-time Danzig cohort, guitarist Tommy Victor (Prong, Ministry), drummer Johnny Kelly (Type O Negative) and former Samhaim bandmate, bassist Steve Zing.  

May 5 2010 Comic Book Review This week I went out to my local comic book shop – Blue Beetle Comics here in Barrie, Ontario – and I asked them to recommend me some comics that I normally don’t get.  I have been hooked on Green Lantern series of books from the “flagship” title to Corps, and Blackest night (now Brightest day).  

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Assume the fetal position; WARVICTIMS’ Domedagen is about to pay you a decidedly unfriendly visit. On offer are fourteen new tracks from Sweden’s masters of D-beat, Käng and Rå-punk. This is pure raging D-beat raw punk in the true Scandinavian tradition. No doubt about it; Domedagen contains WARVICTIMS’ best material yet. Click “download album” on your Haulix page and take cover!  

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  The Oracle, Godsmack’s brand new album, can now be heard for free right here!  Head to and for one tweet, you can listen to the entire album.  Not only is Godsmack streaming the entire album FREE for just one tweet, but when you tweet you are automatically entered to win an autographed guitar! Check out the contest details here.  

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With rumors swirling since Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante and bassist Frank Bello were seen together with former Anthrax vocalist Joey Belladonna late last month in New York, the band – Benante, Bello, and guitarists Scott Ian and Rob Caggiano – is elated to announce that Belladonna has officially rejoined the band.  

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White Knight Chronicles: A review by Mike Fairservice This just has to be said, I LOVE THIS GAME, I have been a rpg player for going on 20+ years now, I have never understood the fascination behind the pointing a gun and blasting stuff away, the mind-numbing repetition of most first person shooters just bores the hell out of me.   

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