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DevilDriver to release new studio album “Dealing With Demons I” on October 9th 2020

DevilDriver have spent almost the last two decades pursuing a course of uncompromising artistry and dedication to the road. Led by the prolific Dez Fafara, the Californian crew have earned their reputation as one of the hardest working bands on the planet, while delivering a steady succession of brutal, yet distinctive albums along the way.  

Gojira to debut stream of Live At Red Rocks concert on May 20th 2020 for 24 hours only

For the first time ever, twice Grammy®-nominated band Gojira will host an official stream of their previously unreleased Live At Red Rocks concert on May 20th, 2020. The show broadcasts exclusively from the band’s official site for 24 hours only, beginning at 9pm BST (4pm ET) May 20 until 9pm BST (4pm ET) May 21st.

Fans can check out a teaser trailer from the legendary performance below.

Suicide Silence announces Virtual World Tour with unique sets, exclusive merchandise & custom experiences

Suicide Silence announces Virtual World Tour with unique sets exclusive merchandise & custom experiences in each market. Each show will feature a professionally filmed multi-camera live set along with an extensive post-performance Q&A. Every market will have it’s ticket purchase geo-gated within a reasonable radius so that only those in that general area can view it’s particular stream. Fans will be able to participate in a live chat with each other & the band throughout the experience.

Trivium reveal new song “Bleed Into Me” and announce series of album release week events

Grammy-nominated band Trivium - Matt Heafy (vocals, guitar), Corey Beaulieu (guitar), Paolo Gregoletto (bass), and Alex Bent (drums) - will release their ninth full length, “What The Dead Men Say”, through Roadrunner Records this Friday, April 24th.

The album, which was produced by Trivium and Josh Wilbur, is available for pre-order here.

From Hell to release new studio album “Rats & Ravens” on May 22nd 2020

Metal horror band From Hell returns in 2020 with a new album called “Rats & Ravens”. Staying true to the vision that each release is a concept album, Aleister Sinn (the live persona of George Anderson, creator / writer of From Hell), releases an album both dark and sinister.

Mid 13th Century… somewhere in Eastern Europe: