Slipknot just dropped a new song - Watch "Bone Church" Now

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A message for you from Slipknot - "Bone Church"
"On the road, we have a "jam room" set up backstage at every show, where we play, practice, warm up and sometimes try out new ideas. Bone Church started life in a jam room on the .5: The Gray Chapter tour. We've been bringing it closer and closer to life ever since, and finally, here it is. This one is for the fans - a further vision deeper into Slipknot's history, which is still being written. Enjoy" - clown

Watch the wonderfully eerie video below - Yen: Director's Cut (Bone Church)

The summer's most anticipated festival is back and bigger than ever in 2023! Inkcarceration Music & Tattoo Festival returns July 14-16 and will feature an all-star rock and metal lineup led by headliners Slipknot, Pantera and Limp Bizkit, plus more than 65 tattoo artists and haunted attractions, all held at the historic grounds of the Ohio State Reformatory (made famous by the movie The Shawshank Redemption), located in Mansfield, Ohio.

No More Tours, Ozzy Announces Retirement

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 No more tours. Ozzy says he's done, citing health reasons.

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NEW 'Falling In Reverse' - "Watch The World Burn" (Video)

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Ronnie Radke has unleashed another new one with a mind blowing accompanying video! Radke plays a Super Scary Villain with laser red eyes. 

Falling In Reverse had to postpone some shows last year after it was announced that their laptops had come up missing. You may recall that Radke got into a feud with Sebastian Bach over said laptops. Bach was very opinionated about Falling In Reverse's use of backing tracks for their live shows. With that said, keep a look out for a clip in the video that features a shot of a long-haired blond wannabe rocker who gets hit in the head with a laptop. (I'm sure it's just coincidence) 

See Falling In Reverse at Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival at Historic Crew Stadium on Saturday May 27th.

ROCKZILLA TOUR "The Second Leg"

Tickets are on sale now!

Feb 1 Rochester, NY • Main Street Armory
Feb 2 Hamilton, ON • First Ontario Centre
Feb 4 Chicago, IL • Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
Feb 5 Lexington, KY • Rupp Arena
Feb 7 Huntsville, AL • Von Braun Center Arena
Feb 8 Biloxi, MS • Mississippi Coast Coliseum
Feb 10 Johnstown, PA • 1st Summit Arena
Feb 11 Greensboro, NC • Greensboro Special Events Center [SOLD OUT]
Feb 13 Youngstown, OH • Covelli Centre
Feb 14 Kalamazoo, MI • Wings Event Center
Feb 16 Wichita, KS • Hartman Arena
Feb 18 Irving, TX • The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Feb 19 Houston, TX • 713 Music Hall
Feb 21 Rio Rancho, NM • Rio Rancho Events Center
Feb 22 Colorado Springs, CO • Broadmoor World Arena
Feb 24 Missoula, MT • Adams Center
Feb 27 Edmonton, AB • Edmonton Convention Centre
Feb 28 Calgary, AB • Big Four
Mar 2 Abbotsford, BC • Abbotsford Centre
Mar 3 Portland, OR • Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Mar 5 Seattle, WA • Angel of the Winds Arena

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Avatar enlisted Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale On New Track “Violence No Matter What” (lyric video here)

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"'Violence No Matter What' is about one thing and one thing only. It's ok to debate and fight and to think differently. But there is a limit, and the line must be drawn at authority held with violence, a world view that cannot survive without enemies, a promised return to a fabricated former glory." - Avatar vocalist Johannes Eckerström

"'Violence No Matter What' was such an inspiring piece to be a part of! Thank you so much to the boys for giving me the opportunity to express my angst against the horrors of this world through such a brilliant song!" - Lzzy Hale

Avatar's new album "Dance Devil Dance" will be unleashed on February 17th. Don't miss them at Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival at Historic Crew Stadium on Saturday May 27th.

Ghost is Hinting At Upcoming Project...Meanwhile In Dublin (Ireland)...Hey is that Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott?

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Ghost appears to be hinting at an upcoming project. Eagle-eyed fans noticed that a billboard featuring frontman Tobias Forge recently popped up in Los Angeles. It also contained the phrase "Jesus is coming." It's currently unclear what the band could be hinting at, but it does follow a November 2022 interview with Rolling Stone where Forge discussed the "vibe" of Ghost's next album. Their most recent album was "Impera" released in March 2022. 

"SPILLWAYS" Featuring Joe Elliott of Def Leppard

"Impera was my favourite rock album of 2022 … I found out along the way that Tobias is a bit of a fan of DL, so I guess it was inevitable we'd both find out about each other! Once we'd been introduced to the idea of working together it just snowballed organically & I'm thrilled that I got to sing on what is my favourite song from that album!" - Joe Elliott of Def Leppard

Check out the hilarious teaser video and then the Audio/Video of Ghost's "Impera" single "Spillways", featuring Elliot on guest vocals. 

Ghost are planning to celebrate their fictional late 1960s run with a new exhibition at the Whisky a Go Go in West Hollywood, CA this Wednesday, February 01st. If you're not up to date on the band's canon, a young Papa Nihil fronted Ghost in the 1960s, with their 2019 "Seven Inches Of Satanic Panic" representing that time period.
As fate would have it, the b-side from that release, "Mary On A Cross", would find find viral fame on TikTok, subsequently going gold in the United States late last year. Ghost themselves had recently been teasing that "Jesus is coming", and it would appear that this is may have been the resurrection they were referencing.

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