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EYE OF THE DESTROYER RELEASE COVER OF ‘BREED’

New Jersey death metal band Eye Of The Destroyer have just released a surprise cover version of Nirvana’s classic song ‘Breed’.  The band commented: ‘We were talking about doing a cover and wanted to do something out of the box and  unexpected. We all really love Nirvana and we are super …

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Blood Feast – Chopped, Sliced And Diced

Blood Feast are a five-piece thrash unit from New Jersey, USA. ‘Chopped, Sliced And Diced is their 8th release since (incredibly) 1987. They have released three full length albums in their 31 year career, and this will be their second EP release. The band split up originally in 1991. They …

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Overkill Announces New Drummer Jason Bittner

Announce New Drummer JASON BITTNER! Legendary New Jersey thrashers, OVERKILL, have kept the machine running strong in 2017 with the release of their highly-acclaimed eighteenth album, ‘The Grinding Wheel’,  as well as adding another US tour under their belts. Today, the band welcomes another addition to OVERKILL’s history with their new drummer, Jason ‘Sticks’ Bittner (Shadows …

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Overkill Release Music Video For ‘Shine On’

Release Music Video For ‘Shine On’ With only three months into 2017, legendary New Jersey thrashers OVERKILL have already released their highly anticipated album ‘The Grinding Wheel’ followed by a lengthy US trek that ended one week ago. The band has released the music video for new track ‘Shine On’ – check it …

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The Atomic Bitchwax Premiere New Music Video “No Way Man”

Psych-Rock Trio The Atomic Bitchwax Premiere New Music Video “No Way Man”  New Jersey stoner-rock trio The Atomic Bitchwax, now featuring drummer Bob Pantella and bassist/vocalist Chris Kosnik of fellow NJ rock legends Monster Magnet, have just unleashed their brand new, psychedelic-style music video for the track “No Way Man”, cut …

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Sleepy Hollow – Skull 13 (c.d)

  When you hear the name Sleepy Hollow everyUSMetal-maniac will go nuts. The band only released one demo (“A Legend Retold“) in 1989 and the self-titled album in 1991. But unfortunately, after that they got buried and forgotten. Now, 20 years later, they return with their second full length-album “Skull …

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