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Kerrang! Posts 13 Best Metal Shirts of All Time

by David Gagnon
If you know me personally, you’ll know my entire wardrobe is comprised of almost nothing but black metal shirts. I’ve gotten them from all over: shows I’ve been to, finds from thrift shop, and even at a Target one time. The design has to be awesome though. I’ll rep your band for years to come […]

Ozzy Osbourne and Rob Halford Make List of Top Ten Metal Albums

by David Gagnon
Not too long ago, Rolling Stone magazine released their list of ‘The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time’. So, as part of the release, Ozzy Osbourne of Black Sabbath and Rob Halford of Judas Priest both released their own top ten lists of their favorite metal albums. While some of these don’t surprise me, […]

Metal 101: Where to Get Started?

by David Gagnon
New music can be terrifying for those who don’t know where to start. Do you start with newer material that’s come out recently, or do you go back to the older material? Unfortunately, there is no right or wrong answer. If you like something you hear, stick to your guns and see if you can […]

The 2016 Metal Hammer Golden God Awards

by David Gagnon
A few days ago, metal fans from across the world came together in Hammersmith, England to celebrate the accomplishments of the metal community from the past twelve months with the 2016 Metal Hammer Golden God Awards. Hosted by Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta, this night was not just a celebration for the bands, but also for the […]

Top 5 Metal Albums of 2015

by David Gagnon
It’s that time of year, folks. With the end of 2015 in sight, we reflect on the best that came out this past year. A lot of big names like Iron Maiden released their first album in five years, while Motorhead’s 22nd album, Bad Magic, celebrated the band’s 40th anniversary. But despite all the releases, this is […]

Iron Maiden Announces New Album ‘The Book of Souls’

by David Gagnon
Iron Maiden fans have been through a lot. They haven’t had a new album since The Final Frontier was released in 2010, and they were forced to wait even longer when the band delayed the release of their new album when Bruce Dickinson was diagnosed with cancer early this year. Thankfully, Bruce was declared cancer free […]