Caution: If you're an old lady looking for a relaxing weekend of easy listening on an ocean liner, you may as well kill yourself. The Mayhem Cruise 2012 is pure brutality. This inaugural Atlantic-bound metal fest will crush, punish, destroy, and burn down every other music cruise's lineup. And when ... More >>
Joel Grind will toss you in the mosh.Joel Grind is Toxic Holocaust, a one-man metal militia that unabashedly indulges every single thrash cliche, from the speed-shred of '80s standards like Slayer and Motörhead to lyrics almost exclusively about annihilation, nuclear or otherwise. However, Grin ... More >>
Marta Xochilt Perez Anthrax's Joey Belladonna salutes Satan.See the full Anthrax, Megadeth, and Slayer slideshow. The Jagermeister Music Tour With Anthrax, Megadeth, and Slayer Sunday, October 3, 2010 Bayfront Park Amphitheater, Miami Better Than: Watching the admittedly great current Su ... More >>
Anthrax's Scott Ian rocks the goat beard.Thrash kings Anthrax, anchored by famously outspoken guitarist Scott Ian, land in Miami this Sunday as special guests on a tour with Slayer and Megadeth. Or at least, that's the plan. If we learned anything from this week's Miami New Times print music feat ... More >>
photo by Andy BuchananAnthrax's current lineup, with Scott Ian second from leftThis past May, thrash metal's "Big Four" -- Anthrax, Slayer, Megadeth, and Metallica -- appeared together onstage for the first time in years. For whatever scheduling reasons, the show took place in the semi-unlikely l ... More >>
via their MySpace pageUnfortunately Metallica won't be joining Anthrax, Megadeth, and Slayer for their October 3 performance at Bayfront Park. But they're still a band that always comes to mind when thinking of classic metal. And what's more "metal" than a band putting together an EP filled with ... More >>
Photo by Ben ThackerTom Araya of Slayer last played South Florida at the Mayhem Festival in 2009. The band returns in October, this time to Miami's Bayfront Park Amphitheater.Last year was especially good for classic metal in South Florida, as all of the big four -- Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Meg ... More >>
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