That’s in addition to the reunited Mudvayne, of course.
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With yesterday's news of the Mudvayne reunion made official, today the first fest they are headlining have announced their full lineup. Inkcarceration Music & Tattoo Festival is set for September 10th-12th at the Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, OH. In addition to Mudvayne, Slipknot and Rob Zombie are the other two nights' headliners. Here are […]
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Rob Zombie's legendary debut solo album Hellbilly Deluxe came out 23 years ago, and today Twitter user @fart decided to blow everybody's minds with a very interesting story about the lead single, "Dragula." In case you've somehow never seen the video, the hook is of course "Dig through the ditches and burn through the witches […]
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Lamb Of God vocalist Randy Blythe always seems very thoughtful and well-spoken in his reactions to the goings on of the day. In a new interview with Loudwire, Blythe said he feels like people are usually too quick to comment on current events. Blythe added that especially with the recent election and the ensuing chaos, […]
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LED ZEPPELIN’s Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones, THE WHO’s Roger Daltrey, and KING CRIMSON legend Robert Fripp are among more than 150 British musicians who are calling on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to update U.K. copyright law to increase revenues from streaming to creators. In an open letter, from the Musicians’ Union in association with the Ivors Academy and the #BrokenRecord campaign, the signatories say that the law around streaming revenues and royalty payments “has not kept up with the pace of technological change” in the music industry. The campaign arrives as the U.K. government is examining the economic impact that music streaming is having on artists, record labels and the wider music industry as part of the “Economics Of Music Streaming” inquiry. “Streaming is replacing radio so musicians should get the same protection when their work is played on streaming platforms as they get when it’s played on radio,” Horace Trubridge, general secretary of the Musicians’ Union, says. “As the whole world has moved online during the pandemic, musicians who write, record and perform for a living have been let down by a law that simply hasn’t kept up with the pace of technological change.” The letter…Continue Reading

Metal Blade’s 15th installment — and first since 2016 — of their legendary Metal Massacre compilation series features new and exclusive recordings from Midnight, Ripped to Shreds, Many Suffer and more.
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Inkcarceration Music & Tattoo Festival returns for a third year this fall with a massive lineup featuring some of the biggest names and brightest new stars in rock, metal, and more converging in Mansfield, Ohio on September 10, 11 and 12 at the historic grounds of the Ohio State Reformatory (made famous by the movie “The Shawshank Redemption”). Headliners for Inkcarceration include SLIPKNOT, ROB ZOMBIE and MUDVAYNE — marking the first show in 12 years for the band, who recently announced their long-anticipated reunion in 2021. The talent-packed lineup also includes A DAY TO REMEMBER, MASTODON, HALESTORM, CHEVELLE, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, BEARTOOTH, MOTIONLESS IN WHITE, ASKING ALEXANDRIA, STEEL PANTHER, FEVER 333, THE HU, POP EVIL and many more. Single-day and weekend passes for Inkcarceration 2021 are on sale now at, starting at $75 plus fees. Clown from SLIPKNOT said: “After 20+ years on the road, it’s always wonderful to experience new things. We are excited to be a part of Inkcarceration Music & Tattoo Festival. It will be great to get back out there and be with our family again. Stay safe and see you soon.” Adds Danny Wimmer, founder of Danny Wimmer Presents, which recently announced a new partnership with…Continue Reading