Enslaved, Hatebreed, Nervosa, Crypta, Beast In Black and Bay Area thrash veterans Forbidden have also been added to the bill
As this video from 2018 shows, it turns out Vera Farmiga isn't the only Conjuring star who knows how to rock
Could there ever be a 'Nirvanavatar' virtual performance experience? “I’ll say, No way," admits bassist Krist Novoselic, "then it’s like, How much?? When do we start?!"
Some rock star royalty were present for the premiere of the Black Sabbath ballet, and the man who inspired the whole thing even appeared on stage
Megadeth legend Dave Mustaine saw firsthand just how wild live shows got during the early days of thrash
Devin Townsend will release a remastered and expanded reissue of third solo album Infinity in November
There aren't many measures of success the Chilis will take second place to Uncle Kracker over, but this is one of them
A metalhead recently brought their golden retriever dog to a Motionless In White show, for reasons we're not totally sure of
Creeper return with the Depeche Mode-inspired Black Heaven, lifted from their forthcoming album Sanguivore
“There was a lot of stuff that either wouldn’t have been written without me, or that I wrote and other people gave themselves credit for,” Corey Taylor says of Slipknot
Judas Priest, Opeth and Napalm Death have all had monumental success – and none of their founding members have stuck around to relish it
Lapland show at minus 20 degrees presented unique problems - and they weren’t even sure anyone would be there to watch
British post-hardcore heroes Svalbard say new album The Weight Of The Mask is all about facing inner demons
“When Iron Maiden are so haggard that we’d never put our pictures on an album cover, we can still make decent music – just put Eddie on the front!”
From Roxette and David Bowie to Iron Maiden and Slipknot, these are the records that made Lord Of The Lost frontman Chris Harms
Changing your sound is a bold step, but Slayer, Mötley Crüe and Kiss absolutely fumbled it
Avenged Sevenfold, Helmet and Chelsea Wolfe are among the best new metal songs this week. Plus, vote for your favourite!
Released on September 22, 1998, Queens Of The Stone Age's debut album was Josh Homme's post-Kyuss declaration of independence, and the start of a wild new adventure for the 'Ginger Elvis'
Within Temptation's new album Bleed Out is their most fired up to date, proving there's much more to them than just being "the symphonic band"
From the Anthrax guitarist who is now a master watchmaker to the death metal bassist who hung out with "sweary Muppets", these are the most unique post-music career paths of metal musicians
Georgian glam rockers Starbenders' third album Take Back The Night fails badly to deliver on the promise of sex, drugs and romantic turmoil
Tesseract took five years to release the follow-up to Sonder. It was more than worth the wait.
Corey Taylor's second solo album CMF2 explores everything from glam and rap metal to country and punk
Already endorsed by Napalm Death and Converge, Escuela Grind are grindcore revolutionaries that put on one hell of a gig
Though not every wild swing on Endling quite lands, it's hard not to get swept up in Kvelertak's brilliant chaos
The industrial metalcore upstarts’ latest London gig was a showcase in precision, savagery and countless butt-clenching riffs
Trap metal pioneer Backxwash shows that metal has never been more diverse with her UK live debut at Supersonic Festival 2023
As they start their “last tour for a long time”, modern metal heroes Trivium honour classics and deep cuts alike with an impassioned performance
Fans of Gojira and Parkway Drive take note: you do not want to be sleeping on Orbit Culture