Heavy metal fans have a lot to watch in the coming weeks as bands take to streaming platforms during the pandemic.
The Boston hardcore band has redubbed itself Vein.FM.
The first single from a series of EPs to be released in the coming months.
The Heavy Consequence staff picks the best metal albums in the first half of 2020.
The metalcore singer admits to acting like a jerk, but denies committing any violations against women.
Two new singles are being packaged as the 2-song digital release “Civil Unrest”.
It is alleged that Alternative Press buried a story that would have outed Carlile as a serial offender.
Bassist Jim Riley apparently used a derogatory term aimed at the band’s bus driver in 2015.
The concert streams will start Friday, May 29th, at 6 p.m. ET, and be paired with an exclusive merch drop.
The two record labels are giving their bands a platform to perform for their fans during the pandemic.
The collection contains six songs that didn’t make the cut for Killswitch Engage’s 2019 album Atonement.
The brutes in the pit make way for the rookie mosher and show her the ropes during a Killswitch Engage set.