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28.02 W.A.S.P. - Announce European Tour
After announcing a Scandinavian and a UK tour, W.A.S.P. have new dates to announce in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Poland and Czech Republic. The band will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the release of their iconic fifth album, The Crimson Idol, by releasing a re-recorded version of the the album, along with a 50-minute DVD film of the album's story.Read more
70000 Tons Of Metal 2017 - Day One: Here We Go Again
by D.T. Metal, CROMCarl | 27.02
It was the end of January, and per usual, I made my way down to sunny Florida to soak up the sun before my annual 70000 Tons Of Metal adventure. At this point I would say 'same procedure as every year' but this year I finally made true on my promise and attended the cruise as a fan instead of "working". So, instead of shooting tons and tons of pictures, this year I drank tons and tons of adult beverages… yap - priorities ya'll. :drunk:
A Year In Metal - 2016: Highlights Through The Eyes Of The MS Staff, Elites & Official Contributors
by Darkside Momo | 29.01
Yeah, it's that time of the year, when the Metal Storm Awards are looming closer on the horizon! But before we let you have all the fun...
Dirkschneider - Denver, USA - 16 Jan 2017
by D.T. Metal | 23.01
"Dirkschneider: Back To The Roots - Farewell To Accept" says it all. Udo Dirkschneider hasn't been a part of the German heavy metal titans Accept for eons now, and since his solo band U.D.O. has a rather extensive discography on its own, he decided it was time to finally close this chapter of his musical career.
70000 Tons Of Metal 2016 - Part Two: Why You Should REALLY Go In 2017
by D.T. Metal | 08.01
Yes! It's that time of the year again. In less than a month I shall sip foo-foo drinks on board a cruise ship while listening to some kick-ass metal bands. 70000 Tons Of Metal here I come. :banger2:
High In Heaven, Stoned In Hell: Exploring The Meads Of Asphodel
by Apothecary | 03.01
If you make a list of some of the most ardent rule breakers and innovators within the international metal community, you damn well better have The Meads Of Asphodel on that list. The band is an enigma, and a highly tantalizing one at that. Black metal, folk, neolassical, electronica, punk, or whatever else they feel like, and wrapped in interesting themes of Biblical and Jewish history, the time has come for an in depth exposé of this curious group.