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Tool Announce 2019 Tour

Tool Announce 2019 Tour
  • Tool Announce 2019 Tour FWC: Tool Announce 2019 Tour

    The band plot dates across Europe next summer

  • Robert Englund, aka Freddy Krueger, on returning to Elm Street: “I might have one left in me” FWC: Robert Englund, aka Freddy Krueger, on returning to Elm Street: “I might have one left in me”

    On Wednesday, Robert Englund returns to everyone’s dreams as Freddy Krueger when he makes a cameo on The Goldbergs. As previously reported, this marks the first time he’ll don the red and green sweater since 2003’s Freddy Vs. Jason. Although he’s long since retired the role, having sworn off any future installments to A Nightmare on Elm Street (arguing he’s “too…

  • Album Review: MONUMENTS Phronesis FWC: Album Review: MONUMENTS Phronesis

    While to some the djent scene feels still like a blooming subgenre, there have been many developments and offshoots born… The post Album Review: MONUMENTS Phronesis appeared first on Metal Injection.

  • In praise of the intelligent, indestructible L.A. coyote FWC: In praise of the intelligent, indestructible L.A. coyote

    To the editor: As a veterinarian who has practiced for 42 years and has lived in the canyon areas, I agree with the editorial board that efforts to trap and relocate urban coyotes are futile. I have extensive experience treating wounded coyotes, observing them in their environment and studying…

  • Mike Krol announces new album, Power Chords, shares “Little Drama”: Stream FWC: Mike Krol announces new album, Power Chords, shares “Little Drama”: Stream

    Los Angeles-based garage rocker Mike Krol has announced plans to release a new album. Dubbed Power Chords, it’s due for arrival January 25th through Merge Records. Spanning 11 tracks, the effort follows his well-received 2015 album, Turkey, but finds Krol in a much, much different stage of his career. After suffering something of an existential crisis post-Turkey, he was brought…

  • Off the heavily-trafficked Strip, Las Vegas has 1,000-plus miles of bike lanes and trails FWC: Off the heavily-trafficked Strip, Las Vegas has 1,000-plus miles of bike lanes and trails

    With triple-digit temperatures having left until next spring, now is the perfect time to hop on a bicycle to view the sights of Southern Nevada. There are more than 1,000 miles of bike lanes, paved paths and shared roadways to explore — and you don’t have to bring your own wheels. Bike shares and…

  • Slipknot unveil dates for 2019 European tour FWC: Slipknot unveil dates for 2019 European tour

    Slipknot are promising a new album and new masks in 2019, and now they’re touring itinerary is beginning to take shape. The masked marauders have just announced dates for a 2019 tour of Europe. The band’s early summer European trek is mostly made up of festival appearances, with a few headlining gigs mixed in. The jaunt begins at Rockfest in Finland…

  • FWC: Kyle Shutt Says THE SWORD’s Hiatus Is The Result of “Half As Many People At The Clubs”

    “Fuck this shit, let’s just put it away for a while and come back to it when people wake the fuck up.” The post Kyle Shutt Says THE SWORD’s Hiatus Is The Result of “Half As Many People At The Clubs” appeared first on Metal Injection.

  • Speaking up for ALOUD at the Central Library FWC: Speaking up for ALOUD at the Central Library

    This month marks the 25th anniversary of the reopening of the Los Angeles Central Library after a cataclysmic fire and phoenix-like rebirth. It is also the 25th anniversary of ALOUD, the library’s landmark program of conversations and performances that has played a crucial role in reviving the…

  • Janis Joplin-led Big Brother & The Holding Company share unreleased outtake “Piece of My Heart (Take 4)”: Stream FWC: Janis Joplin-led Big Brother & The Holding Company share unreleased outtake “Piece of My Heart (Take 4)”: Stream

    Origins is a new music feature in which an artist reflects on the background of their latest song release. On November 30th, Columbia/Legacy will release the restored and retitled version of Big Brother and The Holding Company’s major label debut, Sex, Dope and Cheap Thrills. Called Cheap Thrills upon its initial release in 1968, the album was the major breakthrough for the band and their…

  • Tour marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall FWC: Tour marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall

    Immerse yourself in modern European history on a 10-day tour offered by Peregrine Adventures that marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The 10-day tour begins in Berlin, where participants will visit the Checkpoint Charlie Museum and the Wall Memorial and take part in official…

  • Fit for a King’s Ryan Kirby on Dark Skies, Politics, Christianity, and the Future of Metalcore FWC: Fit for a King’s Ryan Kirby on Dark Skies, Politics, Christianity, and the Future of Metalcore

    Fit for a King have always churned out fiery, brutally heavy metalcore, and they still do, but something is musically different on their latest album. Listening to Dark Skies, which dropped last month, it’s obvious that big, sing-along choruses have taken on a new importance to Fit for a King, and vocalist Ryan Kirby agrees. “I think when you hear…