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UKRAINIAN METAL MACHINE, JINJER SET TO TOUR SOUTH AFRICA

Performing two exclusive club shows in May 2019, Jinjer is set to blow South African audiences away in Cape Town and Gauteng with special guests, UK progressive rock act, SÜMER.

Netflix To Create Exclusive Slate Of Original Animated Event Series From The Iconic Roald Dahl Story Universe

Netflix Will Reimagine and Extend Some of the World’s Most Beloved Stories: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, The BFG, The Twits, and More

AVERSIONS CROWN – announce European co-headline tour with PSYCROPTIC!

Australian metal destroyers AVERSIONS CROWN are pleased to announce a co-headline run across Europe with their fellow countrymen in PSYCROPTIC for February 2019 today

Red Dead Redemption 2 Online Beta Out Now

Now that everyone has had a chance over the past month to experience the story of Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang in Red Dead Redemption 2, it is almost time to begin the beta period for Red Dead Online. Early access to the Red Dead Online Beta Out today, working up to full public access on Friday, November 30.

MILLENCOLIN ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM SOS OUT FEBRUARY 15TH

Seminal Swedish skate-punk band Millencolin have announced the release of their ninth studio album SOS, out February 15th, 2019

Windrunner – Mai Album Review

Windrunner, a melodic/progressive metalcore band based in Vietnam, fronted by a Female vocalist who does both clean and unclean vocals and sings in perfect English. Let that sink in for a moment.

Zombies Ate My Girlfriend Unleash Video for new single “The Worst Is Yet to Come”

After the release of the phenomenal new album Shun the Reptile on the 2nd November, an album that Angry Metal Guy called, “an exciting listen from a band that no doubt has a bright future ahead”, Zombies Ate My Girlfriend release the video for opening track The Worst Is Yet to Come

Nita Strauss shares video for her explosive new track Mariana Trench

Nita Strauss launches promo for her track Mariana Trench - taken from the guitarist’s new album Controlled Chaos

THRICE ANNOUNCE TOUR DATES WITH BRING ME THE HORIZON, PREMIERE VIDEO FOR “ONLY US”

Thrice announce that in early 2019 they will support Bring Me The Horizon on their recently announced First Love Tour. Kicking off January 23 in Nashville and wrapping up on February 16 in Las Vegas, the 17-date tour also includes Fever 333 as support.