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Las Rageous announces 2018 lineup (A Perfect Circle, Judas Priest, Ghost & more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The hard rock and metal-centered fest will take place from April 20-21 at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.

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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2018 nominees: Radiohead, Rage Against the Machine, Kate Bush, Judas Priest, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Talking about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame earlier this year, Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien said: “But if you ask me what I’d rather be doing that night, I’d rather be sitting at home in front of the fire or going to a gig.”

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Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Last year, Rolling Stone published a list of the 40 greatest punk albums of all time, and today, they ranked the 100 greatest metal albums of all time. The list is all over the metal spectrum, from black and death to hair and nu…

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Judas Priest: Turbo 30

Source: Short and Sweet NYC » Music

Judas Priest: Turbo 30Judas Priest
Turbo 30
(Sony Legacy)

Judas Priest: Turbo 30

Judas Priest: Turbo 30

Released in 1986, and delivering a wealth of heavy metal revelry at the time, Judas Priest’s 1oth studio album gets an update and add-ons here in this Turbo 30 release. On top of all the wonderful tunes from the nine-song studio album remastered here (the title track, “Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days” and “Parental Guidance” come immediately to mind), what we get extra are two discs from a live Kansas City show Judas Priest did way back on the tour to support Turbo.

This live stuff presents Priest in their glory; Rob ...

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Judas Priest: Turbo 30

Source: Short and Sweet NYC » Music

Judas Priest: Turbo 30Judas Priest
Turbo 30
(Sony Legacy)

Judas Priest: Turbo 30

Judas Priest: Turbo 30

Released in 1986, and delivering a wealth of heavy metal revelry at the time, Judas Priest’s 1oth studio album gets an update and add-ons here in this Turbo 30 release. On top of all the wonderful tunes from the nine-song studio album remastered here (the title track, “Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days” and “Parental Guidance” come immediately to mind), what we get extra are two discs from a live Kansas City show Judas Priest did way back on the tour to support Turbo.

This live stuff presents Priest in their glory; Rob ...

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Judas Priest: Turbo 30

Source: Short and Sweet NYC » Music

Judas Priest: Turbo 30Judas Priest
Turbo 30
(Sony Legacy)

Judas Priest: Turbo 30

Judas Priest: Turbo 30

Released in 1986, and delivering a wealth of heavy metal revelry at the time, Judas Priest’s 1oth studio album gets an update and add-ons here in this Turbo 30 release. On top of all the wonderful tunes from the nine-song studio album remastered here (the title track, “Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days” and “Parental Guidance” come immediately to mind), what we get extra are two discs from a live Kansas City show Judas Priest did way back on the tour to support Turbo.

This live stuff presents Priest in their glory; Rob ...

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Deep Purple & Blue Oyster Cult: the quiet legacies of two loud bands

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Deep Purple and Blue Oyster Cult are two of heavy metal’s most legendary, influential bands, but does anybody realize it?

In 2016, they’re often reduced to the “the band with the song every beginner guitarist can play” and “the band with the cowbell song.” Here’s a look at their often-silenced legacies.

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The Blackfires Go Over the Edge and Back at Slake

Source: New York Music Daily

By the time the Blackfires took the stage at their most recent New York show, almost two hours past the advertised start time at Slake – the recently expanded space a few blocks south of Madison Square Garden that for many years housed Downtime and then Albion – the overworked smoke machine had pretty much cleared out what was left of the crowd. And then in a second it was as if a flashmob had just arrived. With members from Russia, Spain, Uruguay, England and the US, the world’s arguably most multicultural metal band treated the audience to a volcanic, ...

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