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Wednesday, October 23, 2019
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Bloodstock Festival announces first headliner and more bands for 2020

Bloodstock HQ is a hive of activity as a slew of bands confirm slots for the 2020 event. 2020 also sees the festival celebrating 20 years of Bloodstock, so expect some special treats to celebrate at Catton Park next August. [...]

September 30, 2019 Tours/Live Dates

RIP Richard Brunelle (Morbid Angel) 1964 – 2019

Probably best-known, and deservedly so, for his rampaging leads on Altars of Madness, guitarist Richard Brunelle has passed away at the age of only 55. The news was broken on Instagram by former bandmate Pete Sandoval. As always, our thoughts [...]

September 28, 2019 News

Slam Dunk Festival announces first bands for 2020

Set to return after the festival’s biggest year yet, Slam Dunk Festival have announced the first wave of bands for 2020, welcoming UK rock titans Don Broco as the first headliner revealed for next year’s highly anticipated alternative instalment. With [...]

September 25, 2019 Tours/Live Dates

Headliners and more announced for Download 2020

Download Festival, the world’s biggest rock event, has announced Iron Maiden, KISS and System of a Down, KISS and System of a Down as its 2020 headliners, plus Deftones, Korn, The Offspring, Disturbed and more of the world’s most exciting [...]

September 23, 2019 Tours/Live Dates

Saxon – upcoming gigs rescheduled

This news arrived this evening. If you’re planning on seeing Saxon later this year, please be advised that the dates are being rescheduled: It is with regret that we have to announce the rescheduling of the remaining Saxon shows in [...]

September 20, 2019 Tours/Live Dates

Sail Stream New Song “Starve”

UK progressive sludge metal band Sail are pleased to reveal their new song “Starve” which is now streaming via Heavy Blog Is Heavy. The single is set to be released on all streaming platforms this Friday. Listen to the song [...]

September 20, 2019 News