The annual Monsters of Rock Cruise, the world’s premier hard rock/heavy metal experience at sea, is returning in 2022 to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
 
Departing out of Miami, Florida, promoter On The Blue announced the five-day/five-night full ship charter cruise will set sail February 9-14 aboard Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas, visit two ports in CocoCay, Bahamas and Labadee, Haiti, and features performances from rock icon Alice Cooper, along with performances from over 35 artists.
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VIEW HEAVY DIGIMAG #148 HERE
 
I hope you have set yourself a bit of time aside as you sit to read this because this is the biggest issue yet of the weekly Digimag!
 
Our cover story and interview is with the elusive Serj Tankian who opened up in an honest and informative interview detailing his current EP Elasticity all the way through to the future of System Of A Down.
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earMUSIC is very happy to announce the latest worldwide signing of iconic US Hard-Rock band Skid Row which marks another outstanding artist addition to the label’s roster.
 
The band just started to work on its new studio album with producer Nick Raskulinecz who comes with an impressive track record from his latest works with bands such as Foo Fighters, Rush, Halestorm, Evanescence, Velvet Revolver and Alice in Chains.
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A banner year for the underground and one where metal's biggest album ever was released. Continue reading… …Continue Reading

Also includes Slipknot, Tool, Fear Factory, Black Label Society, and more.
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Baz had yet to join Skid Row, and Wylde was still going by his birth name, Jeffrey Wielandt.
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One of metal’s most prominent gay voices chimes in on the incident.
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