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Rob Zombie Wraps ‘Dead City Radio’ Video Shoot



In a Facebook update this morning, Rob Zombie announced that shooting is now complete on the music video for “Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Supertown,” the first single off his upcoming album Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor. Rob didn’t divulge the visuals yet, but declared it to be “pretty fucking cool,” and added “For all of you hoping for an old school weirdo style Zombie video… well, you are gonna get it. Big time!” The editing process is about to begin, and Rob said the video should premiere soon.
Rob also recently revealed in an interview with Revolver magazine that Venomous Rat was originally conceived as a concept album, and may become a movie itself. “I was getting obsessed watching things like Tommy, The Wall [and] Quadrophenia, where you have a movie to go with the album and it’s a whole big concept. So I thought I’d write this album with that in mind: That maybe one day – it could be a year, it could be ten years – I could turn the concept of this record into a movie. That being said, nothing about the concept of the record will make any sense to anyone until it’s a movie. The band doesn’t even know the storyline. No one does, except me. But I won’t discuss it, because it’ll all make sense someday. Or it won’t.”
Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor is slated for release on April 23, just a breath after the 4/19 premiere of Rob’s long-awaited The Lords of Salem (FEARnet recently reviewed the film; check out that article here). While you wait, and to get you primed for the video, give “Dead City Radio” a spin!


Lost Society’s video KILL(Those Who Oppose Me) Thrashes it up!!!! And have a Great Weekend and Check these guys out!

The music video for KILL (Those Who Oppose Me) has got well over 40K views, that’s pretty damn awesome! A huge thanks goes to all of you, hope you’ve enjoyed it! Remember to share it and tell others about LOST SOCIETY! Have a thrashing weekend and blast out some Lost Society!

Music Review: Mortillery CD: Origin of Extinction

Music Review: Mortillery

CD: Origin of Extinction

Label: Napalm Records


Release Dates:
22.02.2013 G/A/S
27.02.2013 ESP/FIN/SWE/NOR
01.03.2013 Benelux
04.03.2013 Rest of Europe
12.03.2013 USA/CAN


Damn Canada what is in the water up there?   Seems like a lot of Thrash/NWOBHM bands are coming out from under the Maple Leaf flag here of late…and good ones at that.  Mortillery is no doubt one of the front runners as being one the best I’ve had the pleasure of hearing, along with Skullfist.

Make no mistake “Origin of Extinction” is a classic Thrash Metal album that any fan of the genre should at least appreciate if not become an instant fan of the band.  You have the riffs, the raw aggression and the classic crunch sound of the music.  Continue reading Music Review: Mortillery CD: Origin of Extinction

AVANTASIA To Be Joined On Tour By HEAVENS GATE Vocalist

On March 30th, the new AVANTASIA album, The Mystery Of Time, will hit stores. In April, Avantasia will set off on their European leg of the Mystery World Tour and another vocalist has been confirmed…

He hasn’t been on stage for years, but he has shown his abilities as one of Germany‘s finest vocalists in the backing choirs on countless album productions. Now he will hit the road with Avantasia. Many of you may remember the legendary German band HEAVENS GATE. No less a singer than Heavens Gate vocalist Thomas Rettke will join the flying opera on the road.

Avantasia’s complete live itinerary can be viewed at this location.

The cover artwork for The Mystery Of Time, hand-painted by world famous British fantasy painter Rodney Matthews, and the tracklisting can be seen below:

‘The Watchmakers’ Dream’
‘Black Orchid’
‘Where Clock Hands Freeze’
‘Savior In The Clockwork’
‘Invoke The Machine’
‘What’s Left Of Me’
‘Dweller In A Dream’
‘The Great Mystery’

The Mystery Of Time features a plethora of guest stars including: Biff Byford (SAXON), Michael Kiske (UNISONIC, ex-HELLOWEEN), Joe Lynn Turner (ex-RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE), Eric Martin (MR. BIG), Ronnie Atkins (PRETTY MAIDS), Bruce Kulick (ex-KISS), Arjen Lucassen (AYREON), Russell Gilbrook (URIAH HEEP), Bob Catley (MAGNUM) and more.