"We wanted to write something where the idea of a playing a 20 minute slot for a whole summer just wouldn’t make sense. "
Between the Buried and Me's massive 2007 record took the metal scene by storm. Ten years later, the album is still one of the most wildly entertaining metal gauntlets in the genre's history.
While the US crowd was surely jealous that Tool and Soulfly only performed on the two UK dates, Ozzfest 2001…
After four successful years, Ozzfest entered the millennium stronger than ever. Ozzfest 2000 featured a mix of iconic and burgeoning…
Doom metal has seen coverage in some major mainstream publications in recent years and is getting widespread critical acclaim – here's what the artists, publicisits and writers involved in the genre have to say about it.
Slipknot wasn't the only band on the second stage of Ozzfest 1999. A Puerto Rican band mixed metal and Latin music, a rockstar's son fronted his own group, and an underground group grew their popularity. But are any of them still around today?
Ozzfest 1998 was a show full of awesome bands. While groups like Tool and Soulfly became mainstays through today, we take a look further down the card to see which bands are still rocking and which have disappeared.
Now's not the time for bad jokes.
Ozzfest 1997 saw the return of Black Sabbath and became a full fledged US tour. We check in with four of the second stage bands to see where their paths led after Ozzfest.
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Trevor from THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's 25 Explosions Of Deathly Sonic Proportions Sure To Maim this May
Really excited about the line up here, an eclectic mix from all walks of the extreme for your neighbors second-hand listening displeasure!
For over 45 years, heavy metal has been considered "outsider music for outsiders” and its influence has always been vigorously debated. Deena…
Trevor of BLACK DAHLIA MURDER Offers 22 Reasons To Punch A Hole In Your Wall This Spring... Death Metal Style!
The Obituarist back again with another potent dose of sick underground metal to wreck your neck just in time for spring!
Trevor from BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's 19 Shards Of Extreme Metal Shrapnel To Lodge Into Your Beer Gut This February
Howdy, zombies! Trevor from The Black Dahlia Murder here with another raging edition of The Obituarist, chock full of extreme…
Find out who you're missing out on featuring Demonic Resurrection, Skyharbor, Undying Inc, Zygnema, Systemhouse33, Inner Sanctum, Albatross, Kryptos, Goddess Gagged, Noiseware, Eccentric Pendulum, What Escapes Me, Dymbur, Mute the Saint, and The Cosmic Truth…
Crank up some great metal to celebrate the 31st birthday of Trivium's Matt Heafy.