Tag: Cover Bands

MORTAL SIN Call It Quits…Again

According to MetalUnderground.com, Mortal Sin have announced that they will be breaking up for the fourth time in their history, following their most recent reformation in 2004. A statement from guitarist Ryan Huthnance reads as follows: “It’s time the rumours were laid to rest. Yes, Mortal Sin is finished. Due to changing personal circumstances, as …

At The Coach House: ROLLING THE STONES August 27th

ROLLING THE STONES Rolling the Stones is so realistic, you won’t believe your eyes and ears! They provide a multi-faceted Stones concert experience with a full-sized choreographed stage show and a must-see-to-believe recreation of the sights, sounds and attitude of the Rolling Stones. As seen in the Martin Scorsese film ‘Shine A Light’, this 9-piece …

STONELAKE Sign with Massacre Records

Guitarist Jan Åkesson and vocalist Peter Grundström met in August 1984 at a gig. Jan was playing in a band called Ravage and Peter was the vocalist of the band Whitelight. Soon Jan joined Peter and the band Whitelight. In 1987 Jan and Whitelight parted ways and Jan focused on playing more guitar-oriented hard rock. …

PAIN Unveils Artwork for Upcoming Album “You Only Live Twice”

Swedish industrial metallers PAIN have revealed the cover artwork for the bands upcoming album You Only Live Twice. Commented mainman & producer Peter Tägtgren: “I really wanted something with a Nightmare Before Christmas meets Alice In Wonderland kind of feeling but with our mascot, the painhead in it. The artist Heile created what I wanted …

SCAR SYMMETRY Comment on New Album, Reveal Cover Artwork

Swedish progressive melodic death metallers SCAR SYMMETRY just revealed the cover artwork for the bands upcoming album „The Unseen Empire“.   Furthermore, drummer Henrik Ohlsson stated the following about the album: ”The Unseen Empire” seeks to expose the hidden hand of the elite that pull the strings of mankind in order to fullfill their agenda …

The Lighter Side of Metal

Black Metal on MLK Day HARLEM–The legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem recently had to pay Norwegian metal titans Dimmu Borgir $10,000 to cancel a previously announced January 15 show at the century old theater. The Apollo Theater goofed in booking the band on the date of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday when they heard …

Rolling the Stones to Perform at The Coach House

Rolling the Stones is so realistic, you won’t believe your eyes and ears!  As seen in the Martin Scorsese film ‘Shine A Light’, this 9-piece concert reenactment show group displays the uncanny sounds & sights that will have you thinking that you’re experiencing the real thing! Rolling the Stones was nominated for “Best Tribute/Cover Band” …

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