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Monday, November 23, 2015

Randy Blythe Talks Canceled Tour, Churchgoers Dance to Death Metal, Act of Defiance Photos, and More!

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Randy Blythe Posts Lengthy Explanation for Lamb of God's Canceled Euro Tour Dates in Wake of Paris Attacks
Randy Blythe has posted an explanation for Lamb of God's recent decision to pull out of the remainder of their European tour dates with Children of Bodom and Sylosis in the wake of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
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Viral Video: Watch Churchgoers Dance to Death Metal
There's Christian metal, and then there's…well, whatever this is.
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Photos: Revolver Issue Release Party Featuring Act of Defiance
Check out some pics from Revolver's issue release party featuring Act of Defiance, InAeona and Allegaeon.
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Revolver December 2015 - Iron Maiden
In the Dec issue of Revolver we feature Iron Maiden! Frontman Bruce Dickinson opens up about his battle with cancer.
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In the December issue of Revolver we feature Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson. With less than a month of work left to do on The Book of Souls, Iron Maiden's sixteenth studio album, a life-threatening illness was pretty much the last thing Bruce wanted to think about. But not even a serious health scare for Bruce Dickinson will make the frontman think it's Iron Maiden's final frontier.

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