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ATREYU - Still Being True To Themselves

No matter how much the world around you changes, you must stay true to yourself. That is essential if you want to have any longevity in life. Regardless if you have to make decisions that some might find questionable, you must know who you are and where you are going. Well for one California band,...
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20 Years Ago: The Foo Fighters Release "There Is Nothing Left To Lose"

It was 1999 and the Foo Fighters were still trying to figure things out in the fifth year of their genesis. Then on November 2nd, 1999, the Foos released the album that examplified their famous soft-loud-soft-loud sound, There Is Nothing Left To Lose . Before recording had gone underway, Dave Grohl...
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Halestorm To Release 10th Anniversary Version of Debut Album

Time flies when you're having fun, and that old saying rings true for the members of Halestorm, whose self-titled debut album turned 10-years-old on April 28th, 2019. Video of Halestorm - I Get Off (Official Video) The band has since announced that they will be releasing a special edition of their...
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30 Years Ago, Nine Inch Nails Drops Their Debut Album 'Pretty Hate Machine'

Trent Reznor certainly has one of the more interesting rock star origin stories when compared to your regular garage band. Reznor moved from Pennsylvania to Cleveland, OH and worked nights as a janitor at Right Track Studio. When he wasn't working, Reznor was making use of his time by recording his...
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25 Years Ago: Korn Drops Their Self-Titled Debut Album

On October 11th, 1994, hard rock and metal took on a darker, heavier and funkier face upon the release of Korn's self-titled debut album. Stemming from Bakersfield, CA, Korn brought with them enough angst and power influenced by bands like The Cure and Ministry, as well as touches of funk and hip-...
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Nirvana Announces 25th Anniversary 'MTV Unplugged' Vinyl Set

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the release of Nirvana's MTV Unplugged In New York , a limited-edition 2LP vinyl set will be available on the band's website on November 1st. Video of Nirvana - Where Did You Sleep Last Night? (Legendado) Included in the set will be recordings from five...
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50 Years Ago, The Beatles Release 'Abbey Road'

On September 26th, 1969, the Beatles released their eleventh studio album, Abbey Road . It was also the final album in which all four members participated in the recording sessions, months before they officially called it quits. While their previous albums Sgt. Pepper's Lonley Hearts Club Band and...
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30 Years Ago: Motley Crüe's "Dr. Feelgood" Hits The Shelves

The age of '80s hair metal was nearing it end. But before the grunge movement of the '90s took over, Motley Crüe released an enormous collection of their trademark hard and sleazy, party rock with Dr. Feelgood on September 1st, 1989. Most of the songs on Dr. Feelgood were penned by bassist Nikki...
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35 Years Ago, Metallica Strikes Twice With 'Ride The Lightning'

After Metallica released Kill 'Em All July 25th, 1983, they set the bar high not only for themselves, but for their colleagues as well. With bands like Slayer , Anthrax and Exodus hot on their tails with new albums of their own, Metallica took the next step forward to stay ahead of the competition...
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Motörhead Celebrates 40th Anniversary of "Overkill" & "Bomber" with Deluxe Reissue Box Set

In celebration of the 40th anniversary for Motörhead's Overkill and Bomber , both released in 1979, the band's estate and BMG music have announced their "Motörhead '79" campaign which includes a deluxe reissue box set of both albums. "We are proud to announce the ultimate Motörhead ‘1979’...
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