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P.O.D. Signs With MASCOT LABEL GROUP

Mascot Label Group has announced the signing of San Diego, California-based rockers P.O.D. (PAYABLE ON DEATH). Over the span of two decades, P.O.D. has released 10 studio albums, including the triple-platinum "Satellite". They have had several hit songs, including "Southtown", "Alive", "Youth Of The Nation" and "Boom", and most recently with their Active Rock singles ...

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Watch Reunited MISFITS Perform At Forum In Los Angeles

Fan-filmed video footage of the classic-era lineup of the horror punk outfit MISFITSGlenn Danzig, Jerry Only and Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein — performing on December 30 at the Forum in Inglewood, California can be seen below. MISFITS enforced a strict no-cellphone policy at its reunion shows in Los Angeles and in Las Vegas ...

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METALLICA, SLAYER, MEGADETH Featured In 'The Rise Of L.A. Thrash Metal': Part One Of Doc Series Due In January

Throughout history, the San Francisco Bay Area has long been deemed as the epicenter for thrash metal, whereas Los Angeles has invariably been considered the stomping ground for glam and hair metal. True, San Francisco has birthed many exceptional thrash bands since the early '80s, but the fact remains — Los Angeles is the rightful ...

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SUICIDAL TENDENCIES Completes Work On New EP

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES has completed work on its new EP for a tentative early 2018 release. The effort was helmed by British producer Paul Northfield, who first worked with the band back in 1992 when he was the engineer for "The Art Of Rebellion" album. He has since collaborated with SUICIDAL TENDENCIES on many other releases, ...

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DEAD CROSS Feat. MIKE PATTON, DAVE LOMBARDO: 'Church Of The Motherf***ers' Video Released

DEAD CROSS, the Southern California outfit featuring drummer Dave Lombardo (ex-SLAYER, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, MISFITS) and singer Mike Patton (FAITH NO MORE), has released a music video for the song "Church Of The Motherfuckers". The clip is described in a press release as "a visual rebuke of organized religion." "We are not capable of understanding aspects ...

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