Fan Ejected From The Toronto Stop Of Slayer’s Farewell Tour Tried To Swim Back Into The Venue Island

A fan attending the show of Slayer‘s farewell tour at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto, on May 29th, attempted to swim his way back in to the concert after being removed from the venue. It was not disclosed as to why he was ejected.

As you’ll see in the below series of pics posted by Anthrax‘s Scott Ian, he was not successful with authorities apprehending him when he reached the shore and EMT’s tending to him for potential hypothermia.

Slayer are currently out on the first North American leg of their farewell tour with Lamb Of God, Anthrax, Behemoth and Testament as support acts.

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Rob Zombie Posts New Shots From Devil’s Rejects Sequel “Three from Hell” – Sid Haig’s & Danny Trejo’s Participation Confirmed

Rob Zombie has shared some still shots from “Three from Hell”, his forthcoming sequel to “House of 1,000 Corpses” and “The Devil’s Reject”s. They confirm that Sid Haig will return as ‘Captain Spaulding,’ even though he wasn’t part of Zombie’s initial announcement.

The shots also reveal that Three from Hell will reunite Zombie with Westworld‘s Jeff Daniel Phillips, who appeared in both Zombie’s last two movies, 31 and Lords of Salem, and Richard Brake, who was in 31. Furthermore the shots also reveal that actor Danny Trejo is in the movie.

Check out the pics below. “Expect Three from Hell” will be out sometime in 2019.

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Otep Teases New Single “To The Gallows” – Targeting Trump And His Administration

A preview of Otep‘s new song “To The Gallows” has been posted on Instagram and is available for streaming below. The single targets the current U.S. administration and particularly, U.S. President Donald J. Trump. The official lyric video for the song will be out next Friday, May 25th. The band’s new album “Kult 45” will be released on July 27th, featuring also a cover of Rage Against The Machine‘s “Wake Up”.

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Former Forbidden/Nevermore Guitarist Tim Calvert Passes Away

Former Forbidden/Nevermore guitarist Tim Calvert has died after a long battle with ALS. He was only 52-years-old at the time of his death. Calvert was with Forbidden for ~ eight years and later joined Nevermore from 1997 to 2000.

Comment former bandmates and family members of Calvert of his passing:

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Sick Of It All Twelfth Full-Length Album In The Works

Sick Of It All reveal that they are currently working on new songs for their twelfth full-length , sharing the below Instagram post:

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Madball Wrap Up Tracking Sessions For New Album “For The Cause“

Madball have finished recording their new album, “For The Cause“. The sessions took place with Rancid‘s Tim Armstrong behind the boards and saw ex-Madball member Matt Henderson temporarily returning for the guitar tracking. Rapper Sick Jacken recorded a guest part for the album, which will see a release this summer.

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King Diamond Super 7 Action Figure Revealed

Having lately teamed up with Iron Maiden and Misfits for similar styled figures, Super 7 have revealed an early prototype of a forthcoming King Diamond vinyl figure at the New York Toy Fair. You can take a look at it below:

We’re sharing a lot of fun stuff over at #ToyFair18! Via @toyark

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Madball Back In The Studios Working On New Album

Madball have begun the recording sessions for their new full-length effort. Rancid‘s Tim Armstrong is helming the production, which finds ex-Madball member Matt Henderson temporarily returning for guitar tracking. Madball shared the below picture from the sessions via Instagram:

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Watch Mastodon’s GRAMMY Awards Acceptance Speech For “Best Metal Performance”

Footage of Mastodon accepting their GRAMMY at the pre-show awards ceremony can be seen below. The group took home the ‘Best Metal Performance’ For “Sultan’s Curse“, beating out August Burns Red, Body Count, Code Orange and Meshuggah.

So this happened! #mastodon #grammys

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Protest The Hero Are Back In The Studio

Protest The Hero are back in the studio recording new music at Jukasa Studios in Caledonia, Ontario. You can expect a new album out later in the year.

It’s happening again….

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