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Wille & The Bandits return with new line-up in 2020

Wille & The Bandits return in 2020 with a brand-new line up, further increasing their immense and immersive sound by moving from a trio to a four piece.

The band will now feature screaming Hammond organ and second guitar as well as 3-way vocal harmonies. Wille will be joined by Finn McAuley (drums & percussion), Harry Mackaill (bass, ukulele & vocals) and Matthew Gallagher (keyboards, guitars, percussion & vocals).

Ill Niño releases new single “Sangre” and announces new band members

Latin metal legends Ill Niño are excited to debut their first song in in nearly five years, “Sangre”, and welcome new members - Shattered Sun vocalist Marcos Leal, rhythm guitarist Sal Dominguez, formerly of Upon A Burning Body, and Sons of Texas’ Jess Dehoyos on lead guitar.
 

Creye anounces new singer August Rauer and keyboardist Joel Selsfors

Creye has announced August Rauer as their new lead vocalist and Joel Selsfors as their new keyboard player.

Both Robin Jidhed (vocals) and Joel Rönning (keys) left the band for personal reasons.

Read the band’s full statement below.

The band stated:
As some of you may have noticed, we have had some new, talented people on stage with us for these past few gigs. Well, now it is time to shed some light on what’s going on for you guys.

The Wizards Of Winter announce November & December 2018 North American Tour

Holiday rock ensemble The Wizards Of Winter - featuring former members of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Rainbow, Blue Oyster Cult, Ted Nugent and The Irish Tenors - will begin their annual holiday tour on Friday, November 16, 2018 in Westbury, NY!

The tour will visit cities and towns across North America, coming to an end on December 29 in Derry, NH.
 
See below for a full listing of tour dates. All dates are on sale now, and tickets can be purchased via individual venues.
 

Cattle Decapitation to release rarities collection “Medium Rarities” on November 23rd 2018

On November 23rd, 2018, Cattle Decapitation will release their new rarities collection, “Medium Rarities”, via Metal Blade Records.

Featuring 6 previously unreleased pre-“Human Jerky” (1999) demos with front-man Travis Ryan on guitar (while also handling vocal duties), plus the long-sought-after “To Serve Man” (2002) bonus track, “Rotting Children For Remote Viewing” - in addition to other rarities (including the 6 songs from 2005's split EP with Caninus!) - this compilation spans the band's 22-year long career and is a must-have for any Cattle Decapitation fan.