If you don’t generally recognize the bestial bellows and beautiful baritone of former Killswitch Engage vocalist Howard Jones, you may not be a true metalcore fan.
Here’s some bad news for Mr. Lee Malia, Matt Kean, Matt Nicholis, and Jordan Fish: you may be out of work soon.
When asked in a 2006 interview with Popworld whether heavy metal band Bullet for My Valentine would go more commercial, the band’s frontman Matt Tuck replied, “We would never do [that] ... We’re more interested in what our music sounds like than what our f---ing hair looks like.” Since then, the band has lost its catchy sound and dropped their iconic screaming for radio-friendly vibes. Nevertheless “Venom,” BFMV’s fifth album, has stopped the band’s spiral into mediocrity.
An anthology is the salad bowl of literature — in fact, this is what “4: An Anthology of Fourth-Year Writing” strives to be.
The Apr. 12 premiere of the fifth season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” has triggered a heartwarming reconciliation between the genres of hip-hop and metal.
Wit, not action, dictates the plot of Aphra Behn’s “The Rover,” a Restoration comedy performed at the American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, Virginia during the Actors’ Renaissance Season, which will last until April 5.
Falling in Reverse’s newest album has fans giddy with anticipation.