Japanese metal band, Babymetal formed ten years ago and since then they’ve become a global phenomenon.
With hundreds of millions of audio streams, almost a billion YouTube views, playing back to back nights at the massive Tokyo Dome to 110,000 people, Late Night TV performances, magazine covers among so many other accomplishments Babymetal are an anomaly.
To celebrate the success and anniversary, today they’ve released 10 Babymetal Years, the first ultimate collection of highlights taken from the band’s three studio albums Babymetal (2014), Metal Resistance (2016), and Metal Galaxy (2019).
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The Faction, Australia’s premier 24/7 heavy music streaming radio station and heavy music community are today announcing that voting is open in The Faction’s Hardest 100 Countdown of 2020!
This year the event is brought to heavy music fans by The Faction, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, TEG/MJR Presents, Rise Records, Grog Lords and…Continue Reading

Legendary film composer and recent solo artist John Carpenter does not need anyone to vouch for him. John Carpenter is simply John Carpenter. However, in an interview with Kerrang!, Carpenter reveals he’s a big Babymetal fan and would love for them to endorse his work. Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.Continue Reading

Most people know John Carpenter as the master of horror behind such classic films as Halloween, The Thing, The Fog, Escape from New York, and They Live. Some probably also recognize him as a prolific synthwave artist whose […]
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Bring Me the Horizon recently collaborated with Babymetal on a song called “Kingslayer” off their recent EP Post Human: Survival Horror. The band has now released a mini-documentary on the song, showcasing everything from how they met Babymetal to sharing the stage with the band. Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.Continue Reading