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Slayer Play Their Last European Concert

The legendary thrash metal band Slayer performed their last European concert of their long career on Saturday, August 3rd, taking the stage for the final show of the European leg of their farewell tour. The band performed at Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle in Stuttgart, Germany and featured Anthrax as support. . ...Read Full Story

Metallica’s ‘S&M2′ Concert To Screen In Theaters

Metallica’s upcoming “S&M2” anniversary concerts in San Francisco, celebrating 1999’s symphonic S&M live album, are sold out. But now the group has announced that their commemorative performance will air on October 9 at some 3,000 movie theaters across the world. The list of participating theaters hasn’t yet been confirmed, but tickets are reportedly set to go on sale August 7.  Metallica has set up a website for more information.. ...Read Full Story

Motorhead Announce ‘Overkill’ And ‘Bomber’ Box Set And Reissues

Motörhead have announced a new reissue series spanning the course of their career. The first entries are their two 1979 releases, Overkill and Bomber, which will be available in deluxe editions as 2xCD and 3xLP vinyl sets featuring new remasters, additional live material, and a hardbound book with interviews, photos, and memorabilia. Both albums will also be compiled in the 1979 box set, featuring both albums on vinyl along with B-sides, outtakes, and rare tracks.  The box also comes with sheet music, badges, and their Bomber tour programme. . ...Read Full Story

The Ramones Stream Unreleased Recording From Upcoming “It’s Alive” Reissue

The Ramones will release an expanded deluxe 40th anniversary edition of their classic 1979 live album, “It’s Alive”, on September 20 containing the band’s New Year’s Eve 1977 show at the Rainbow Theatre in London alongside three unreleased concerts from the same week of the UK tour, including a December 28 gig at Top Rank in Birmingham, a December 29 performance at Victoria Hall in Stoke-On-Trent, and a December 30 stop at Friars in Aylesbury.. ...Read Full Story

Lamb Of God Drummer And Co-Founder Chris Adler Parts Ways With Band

Lamb of God have parted ways with drummer and co-founder Chris Adler, according to an official statement put out by the band. Lamb of God posted to their social media pages about Adler’s departure; the news comes after Adler suffered injuries in a 2018 motorcycle accident which led to him having to sit out of the band’s live shows for an extended period of time with injuries that needed to be addressed with a rigorous schedule of physical and occupational therapy.. ...Read Full Story