Archive for July 19th, 2012

Fear Factory Announce 2012 U.S. Summer Tour

We recently reported that the Shockwave tour featuring Fear Factory had been canceled, but the band has now announced some dates for a headlining summer tour in August. In a press release, guitarist Dino Cazares says, “We are really looking forward to getting back on tour to play classic Fear Factory songs and new songs from The Industrialist!” The forthcoming tour will mark Fear Factory’s first trek in support of their new

New Trailer for Dave Grohl’s ‘Sound City’ Documentary Unveiled

Ever since word got out that Dave Grohl has been working on a documentary on the legendary ‘Sound City’ studio, there’s been an air of mystery surrounding it. Grohl continues to throw fans bones here and there whether it’s in the form of a hand written note, a fan hotline or most recently a new one minute long trailer for the film. From what’s been revealed so far, the documentary

Zakk Wylde Talks New Baby, Fantasy Football, Black Label Society + Randy Blythe

Zakk Wylde on New Baby + Black Label Society

Extreme Metal Olympics – U.S. Trials

We at Loudwire are extremely excited about the 2012 Olympic Games … but not the athletic event taking place in London this summer. We’re talking about Loudwire’s very own Extreme Metal Olympics! In our Extreme Metal Olympics, we’ll have 32 of the world’s most brutal and legendary bands from 18 countries all competing for the gold! One week from today, on July 26, fans will be able to vote on

10 Most Epic Stage Dives – Video Mashup

In October 2011, we put together a list of the 10 Most Epic Stage Dives Ever. Thanks to our readers, it became one of our most successful posts. Now, we’ve turned the article into a new video feature with each of the 10 stage dive videos put together in one action-packed YouTube compilation. From Eddie Vedder‘s dive from a camera mast, to Slipknot‘s Sid Wilson dropping into a sea of

Evans Blue, ‘Halo’ – Exclusive Video Premiere

In April of this year, Evans Blue released their latest album, ‘Graveyard of Empires.’ One of the disc’s singles is the hauntingly empowering track ‘Halo.’ Loudwire has the exclusive premiere of the new video for the song, featuring a live performance from an Evans Blue concert at the Machine Shop in Flint, Mich. Frontman Dan Chandler talked to Loudwire about the whole experience, saying, “The making of the video was

Baroness, ‘Yellow & Green’ – Album Review

With the release of their third studio record, ‘Yellow & Green,’ Baroness have proven once again that they are capable of doing anything except stay complacent. Three albums and three EPs into their career, this band has continued to not allow itself to be defined by any specific genre; instead, they let the music speak for itself. While some long-time fans may not initially grasp ‘Yellow & Green’ – aptly

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