A number of legendary acts are set to return with new albums as a new decade begins.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
The annual tribute concert for the late Pantera guitarist takes place on January 16th in Santa Ana.
The new LP will mark Lamb of God’s first proper studio album since 2015’s VII: Sturm und Drang.
The five-song EP arrives January 10th via Rise Records.
The three-day festival takes place May 8th-10th at its new home, Daytona International Speedway.
Fans in Minneapolis and Chicago were treated to extra special performances by the industrial supergroup.
The singer will stay on the road for the remainder of the band’s first tour in 14 years.
The drummer insinuates that parting ways with the band wasn’t his decision, but reveals creative differences.
The Aftershock 2019 festival took place over three days in Sacramento, California.
The vocalists for Lamb of God and Hatebreed reveal that the Metallica frontman helped them on their journey toward sobriety.
Stefanie Stuber unleashed a convincingly heavy rendition of “Ghost Walking” to the approval of the judges.
The three metal bands are teaming up for a monthlong spring tour set to launch in late March.