Metal News 

GWAR Frontman David “Oderus Urungus” Brockie Dead At 50

After more than 43 billion years of metal and mayhem, GWAR frontman Oderus Urungus has finally found a way to die. The mightiest warrior in the cosmos did not die in an epic battle, however. Urungus was stricken down by the death of the man behind the cuttlefish, David Brockie. He was 50-years old. Brockie’s body was found by a band mate in his Richmond home Sunday, March 24. An official cause of death has yet to be ruled. A full autopsy will be performed to determine a precise cause…

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Alex Gaskarth Full Frontal Announcement

All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth has announced his weekly show with band mate Jack Barakat will not be new tomorrow. Instead, Idobi Radio will be doing a mashup of the best bits from the show so far. Check out a tweet from Gaskarth after the jump. You can buy concert tickets or purchase a CD here.     Please follow and like us:

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Bouncing Souls Drummer Quits Band

Michael McDermott, the rhythm maker of Jersey punk rockers The Bouncing Souls, has quit the band after thirteen and a half years of service.  He made the following statement today via Facebook, taking a cue from noted punk legend R. Kelly: “After 13 1/2 yrs. with The Bouncing Souls I’ve decided to spread my wings and fly.i wanna thank anyone who’s ever worked with the band.and especially my 3 brothers in musical arms.mad love.respect!”  Another full statement from the band itself can be found after the jump. View tour dates and…

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Album Reviews News 

Album Review: The Shouting Matches ‘Grownass Man’

After scoring “Best New Artist” and “Best Alternative Album” last year at the Grammy’s, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon has produced another gem. This time, he’s rekindled a musical relationship with his former band mate Brian Moen and Phil Cook to form a blues rock trio.  His newest project – The Shouting Matches – will surprise everyone. Please follow and like us:

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