Should We Care If The Grammy Awards Don’t Appreciate Rock And Metal?

A marked lack of representation from rock and metal acts at the most recent Grammy Awards has left many once again asking whether rock is dead, when in reality it. Continue reading

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How A Single Video Can Change Everything

In an oversaturated market like the music business, even innovative and incredibly talented bands can often work for years without getting any kind of traction, until that special something clicks.. Continue reading

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Gimme Radio: Building A Fan Driven Music Streaming Service

In this piece, Gimme Radio's Tyler Lenane outlines why they felt compelled to start another streaming service in an already crowded sector and how Gimme Radio differentiates themselves from other. Continue reading

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Sick Of Being ‘Pushed Around By Older Bands’ Bad Omens Exits Senses Fail Tour

Bad Omens has dropped off the Senses Fail / Amity Affliction tour, but the young band is claiming it is not about the size of its name on poster artwork,. Continue reading

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Q&A With Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine

Recent news that Slayer will be packing it in after this year's tour has metal fans getting nostalgic. In an effort to get a feel for where other pioneers of. Continue reading

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43 Years In, Judas Priest Storms The Charts

More than 43 years after the band’s inception, Judas Priest is riding an unprecedented wave of chart success with its 18th studio album, Fire Power. The album is their first Top. Continue reading

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Metal Blade Records CEO Brian Slagel On Social Media, How To Get Signed

This week Michael Brandvold and Jay  Gilbert are joined on the Music Biz Weekly podcast by Brian Slagel, CEO of Metal Blade Records. He shares his thoughts on the importance. Continue reading

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