Trivium and In Flames have just announced the dates for a lengthy co-headlining trek through North America next year. You can check out all of the tour dates -- which will feature support from Veil of Maya -- below.
Probably because of their shared release date and the competitive history between the bands, a lot of the negative comments on Lulu stories around here featured some variation on the theme, "I'm just going to buy Megadeth's new album instead."
Fresh off teasing U.S. fans with two New York City dates, Radiohead have announced a not-quite-full U.S. tour that will cover 10 cities from late February through mid-March. You can check out the full list of tour dates below.
After months of speculation about a potential Black Sabbath reunion featuring Tony Iommi, Bill Ward, Geezer Butler and Ozzy Osbourne, it looks like one way or another, our questions will be answered next week.
Many are still reeling from the news yesterday that Gwar guitarist Cory Smoot had passed away at the age of 34 while on tour. His bandmates found him dead on the tour bus as they prepared to cross into Canada while on their current tour with Everytime I Die and Ghoul.
On their self-titled debut album, MonstrO -- bassist Kyle Sanders [ex-Bloodsimple], drummer Bevan Davies [ex-Bloodsimple, Danzig], guitarist Juan Montoya [ex-Torche], and vocalist and guitarist Charlie Suarez -- not only manage to combine the heaviness of Sabbath with the weirdness of Pink Floyd, they do it in a way that feels natural, unlike so many of the bands that tend to describe themselves in "We're like (band 1) meets (band 2)!" terms.