Last night Sacha Dunable of Intronaut joined Meshuggah live on stage at Centre Stage in Atlanta, GA. Meshuggah frontman Jens Kidman has the flu and the band have told him he can’t talk when not on stage, so they asked Sacha to help a little bit by singing the final song of their set (“New Millenium Cyanide Christ”) last night.
Earlier this year I was contacted by Scion AV to see if I would be interested in doing an interview for them with a Canadian label. The label in question, Moshpit Tragedy Records, is a Windsor, Ontario based label that works almost entirely on a “pay what you want” business plan.
Here is what became of my day interviewing Rayny Forster down in Windsor, ON
Today, October 12th, is the 25th anniversary of the release of Forward to Termination, the sophomore album by Scarborough ON thrash metal quartet Sacrifice!
On July 13th Sean Palmerston took his nine-year old son to go see Iron Maiden and Alice Cooper in Toronto at the Molson Amphitheatre. Here is what his kid thought of his first major concert experience.
Are you going to be in the greater Vancouver area this Friday night, March 23rd? If so come out and check out this great metal show that Hellbound.ca is presenting
Mark Reale of Riot passed away on January 25th. We will have a review of their January 20th show on Friday on the site,…
Early this morning I got an email from Sal Abruscato, frontman of A Pale Horse Named Death (as well as the drummer for Life Of Agony and the original timekeeper from Type O Negative) offering a full stream of their show yesterday, January 6th, at the Knitting Factory in New York City. So, without further adieu, here is said show for your viewing pleasure.
Canadian thrash metal legends SACRIFICE have some merch left over from their recent Trois Rivieres Metal Fest gig and want to give you a chance to buy it before everything is gone.
Early last week NWOBHM legends Saxon made their first stop in Toronto for a show in over twenty-five years. As astonishing as it seems, the last time the venerable British metal unit made it to Canada’s most populated city was way back in 1986. It was a long time coming, but the band played one hell of a show.
Sean Palmerston in conversation with Saxon founding member and lead singer Biff Byford,
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