See also "Today Is the Day's Steve Austin on Living in the F#$Ū-Up South and Being 100-Percent Real." Today Is the Day With Maruta, Shitstorm, Orbweaver, Ironside, Cardiel Churchill's Pub, Miami Saturday, September 8 Better Than: Not seeing Today Is the Day because South Florida is long and farawa ... More >>
METALLICA @ OUTSIDE LANDS FESTIVAL | 8/11/12 The following is a dispatch from Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco, from our sister paper, SF Weekly. Metallica, headlining Saturday night of the Outside Lands festival in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, proved just about as huge and satisfying ... More >>
After four decades of "Breaking the Law," "Burnin' Up," and persuading impressionable teens to dress like S/M slaves to rock 'n' roll, metal legends Judas Priest have decided to take a little time off from doing the Devil's dirty work. Last December, it was officially confirmed that "JUDAS P ... More >>
Photo by Michael MarkosJohnny Ramone wilds out in '77.‚ÄčToday we celebrate the birthday of two Ramones: Johnny and CJ Ramone. Yes, CJ (who turns 45 today) is viewed as a ringer or a hired gun. He isn't anyone's favorite Ramone, but he did a fine job filling Dee Dee's Chucks and leather jacket John ... More >>
Hang with Slayer this Sunday!‚ÄčAre you a massive fan of extreme brutality? And what, you don't even have paid passes to the J√§germeister Music Tour, AKA Black Sunday, AKA the Slayer-Anthrax-Megadeth triple bill at Bayfront? Dude, that's wrong. You obviously aren't living by the code of thrash. No ... More >>
The Fillmore Miami Beach has been absolutely slaying with its indie-type bookings lately, but here's a new announcement from the venue to make a thinking-man's metal fan weep tears of joy. Sacramento legends Deftones will headline the venue on August 25, the band's first show in South Florida in a ... More >>
via Flickr user Lorri37‚ÄčRemember Coal Chamber? Yeah, didn't think so, but they were a Nu Metal band in the mid 90s that disbanded due to "creative differences." Frontman Dez Fafara decided he wanted to do a little less Nu Metal and a bit more death metal so he started Devildriver. Their first coup ... More >>
image via Miami New Times Archives week of August 3 - 9, 1988‚ÄčAccording to Hart Baur from SKUM, Grove Cinema "was the only theatre in Miami that had a liquor license," which means that if you were old enough to have a drink in 1988 you could have done so while watching The Decline of Western Civil ... More >>
In a year worthy of your rage, metal delivered in spades.
The South Florida band is a long way from Kendall.
My iPhone says Buckcherry is worthy of rocking with the Crüe.
obZen (Nuclear Blast)
Once pop culture's most notorious scapegoat, Slayer's Tom Araya talks spirituality, farming, and Paul Simon
Glenn Danzig brings a double-album's worth of lost material back from the dead
After years of playing heavy metal heroes, the members of Torche aim to blaze a new trail
And now for something completely different
This is the pure original metal we're talking about the Top 10 heavy-metal albums of 2006
Gigantour DVD (Image Entertainment)
Will Pelican's experimental noise free rock music of rock vocals?
Blessed Black Wings Relapse
This year, blood-soaked extreme metal took its rightful place in the world of heavy music.
Between hard rock and a safe place, Metallica finds itself
Miss Machine Relapse
Metallica returns with its fiercest record yet. A first look at the most anticipated metal album in ages.
With its forthcoming album, South Florida hard rock quartet Endo grows out of the tried-and-tired
Everything I Touch Falls to Pieces (Victory Records)
This land is pa'ti, pa'mi
Heavy-metal monster Yngwie Malmsteen, prosperous Miami homeowner, likes his music dark and his domestic life bright
Behold the awesome power of Danzig
Actually, an autopsy of the nastiest band in death metal
The music biz mixes and matches to line its coffers
These devil's advocates give the hard rockers their due
Reality from the ground up, brutal and rocking