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1st Trailer For "Brutal Realty, Inc." Released

Brutal Realty, Inc. - a new fifteen-minute short black metal horror comedy - will make its world premiere this Saturday, June 15th at the MusicBox Theatre in Chicago, IL as part of the Cinepocalypse film festival. The following Friday, June 21st it will screen at Brooklyn's 3 Dollar Bill as part of the TromaDance Film Festival.

The movie stars Samhain's London May as the lead character. As the trailer streaming below reveals, Brutal Realty, Inc has been getting excellent reviews.

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1st Teaser For Rob Zombie’s ‘3 From Hell’ Posted

A first teaser clip for Rob Zombie‘s new horror movie ‘3 From Hell‘ is streaming via YouTube below. The horror film furthers the story of the ‘Firefly Family’ from his previous movies ‘House Of 1000 Corpses‘ and ‘The Devil’s Rejects‘. ‘3 From Hell‘ is expected out later this year, allegedly around Halloween.

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Must See: Slayer & Katrina & The Waves Mash Up

Mash up genius Bill McClintock shares another brilliant Slayer mash up. This time round, it's Slayer's "Chemical Warfare" and Katrina & The Waves' 1985 hit "Don't It Feel Good ("Walking on Sunshine)" that got paired. Check out "Chemical Warfare (Don't It Feel Good?)" now below:

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Slayer & Jägermeister Reveal Ltd. Edition Bottle

Slayer and Jägermeister have had a connection for many years and with the thrash metal veterans headed for retirement, the company have decided to send the group off in style. So Jägermeister teamed up with the band for a special Slayer bottle and box in the UK which will be limited to 500 pieces.

You can order the set now HERE.

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Hear New Slipknot & The B-52 Mashup

In Bill McClintock's latest mash-up Slipknot‘s “Before I Forget” and The B-52‘s “Love Shack” have had an unexpected rendezvous. Bill McClintock has a long history of creating some rather adventurous pairings, like mashing-up Slayer/Edwin Starr and Ratt/Marvin Gaye...

Check out his latest pairing below:

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Watch: Hilarious Black Metal Barbie Commercial

Watch Gwenmarie White's hilarious commercial for a black metal version of Barbie, named "Black Metal Barbie ~ or ~ Daughters of Northern Darkness" streaming via Teenbarf's YouTube channel below.

"Black Metal Barbie so fvn and so trve. Black Metal Barbie I love you!"

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Watch: The GoT Theme Played On Sixteen Guitars

Today will see the beginning of the highly-anticipated series finale of Game of Thrones. In celebration of this event, YouTuber Cooper Carter has put together the below cover of the show’s theme, utilizing his own orchestra of sixteen guitars...

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See: Dream Theater's Mangini Play Bucket Drum Solo

Boston's local radio station WAAF decided to put Dream Theater's Mike Mangini's drum skills to the test using a kit made out of buckets, pasta collanders, a trash lid, etc.. Check it out below:

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Listen To New Slayer/Edwin Starr Mash-Up

Listen to Bill McClintock‘s latest mash-up breeding Edwin Starr’s classic 70s anthem “War” with Slayer’s “South of Heaven.” Doesn’t sound so upbeat anymore now, right?

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Metallica Officially Removed From "The Big Four"

Long before the phrase "Big four" was applied to every single sub genre of heavy metal, it was used only to describe the biggest bands in thrash metal; Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax and Slayer. However, over the years, across comment sections, forums, chat rooms and blogs, metal fans and even musicians have questioned who truly belongs in the collective, with even Slayer guitarist Kerry King once claiming that Machine Head should replace Anthrax.

Today, it has been confirmed that Metallica, the most commercially successful American metal band, has had their membership of this prestigious club revoked. The decision has been attributed to a number of reasons, including Metallica's shift away from thrash metal, beginning with the hugely successful "Black Album," in 1991, which led them to experiment more with alternative music, a covers album which included renditions of songs by Nick Cave, Bob Seger and Lynyrd Skynyrd and home video release "S&M" which saw them team up with the San Francisco Symphony orchestra. Other reasons believed to have been a factor in their exclusion include modelling, celebrity appearances, arguably lacklustre new material and "barbecue rock vocals." Thus far Testament, Exodus, Overkill and Death Angel are being considered as their replacements.

While no comments have been made by other bands from the "Big Four", close sources claim that Dave Mustaine plans to use Megadeth's studio time to create an album which will see them "dropped from the Big Four harder and faster than Metallica," while Anthrax are still pretty happy to be there.

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Black Metal and Antifa Sign Peace Treaty

After a tumultuous past couple of years, Antifa and the newly formed black metal coalition group, Standing All Together As Norwegians (S.A.T.A.N.), gathered in Portland, Oregon for peace talks during the past weekend in hopes of reaching a peaceful resolution. Gaahl of Gorgoroth/God Seed/Gaahl’s Wyrd fame, led the talks for S.A.T.A.N. Antifa members remained anonymous and refused to identify themselves essentially covered up head to toe in black hoodies and bandannas.

Gaahl stated that it took several hours convincing Antifa representatives that even though he’s from Norway, and has played in several famous black metal bands, he is NOT a fucking Nazi. Both sides agreed to sign a treaty not to attack each other on social media outlets. They also established a top secret Facebook Messenger group in order to establish dialog before Antifa runs metal blogs to have shows and tours cancelled. S.A.T.A.N. in turn agreed to denounce anything that Vark Vikerness has ever said or done and to refer him by his birth name, Kristian, for now on. More...

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Slayer Cancels Retirement Plans

American thrash metal legends Slayer has decided to cancel plans to retire, according to a source close to the band. The band has been performing a series of tours, with their upcoming European run originally scheduled to be their last, but not it seems that the quartet will no longer be calling it a day. Instead of disbanding, Slayer will decrease their workload, performing one off shows and small tours from time to time in the USA and Canada, with future European, Asian and South American shows unlikely.

The source goes on to claim that the band feels that they need to live up to the name of their box set "Soundtrack to the Apocalypse," as, "In a world which many expect to either end or have a bleak future soon, Slayer really is the only band to write an album for the dead world. As Earth faces an eleven year time limit to stop climate catastrophe, in addition to the rise of political extremism and populism and social division, no one else could sum up the darkest side of humanity and nature."

Whether or not Exodus guitarist Gary Holt takes part in the writing of the album remains to be seen, as Exodus has begun work on a new album and the guitarist had a public disagreement with frontman Tom Araya over the latter's support for President Donald Trump. Drummer Paul Bostaph is still expected to be part of the recording process however.

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See: "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" Trailer

From the dark imaginations of Academy Award®-winner Guillermo del Toro and acclaimed director André Øvredal, based on the iconic book series, comes "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" - out in theaters this summer.

It’s 1968 in America. Change is blowing in the wind... More...

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Viral Clip: Woman Loves ‘Metallic’ Line Of Shirts

Well you have to see it to believe it...

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See: Parents Reacting To Extreme Metal

Below you can watch parents react to some videos from acts like Behemoth, Architects, Arch Enemy, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Animals As Leaders, The Black Satans and Lady Baby. Reactions range from pretty amused to generally hating every second of it. Also amusing the trolls in the comment section...

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See: Donald Trump Singing Slayer's "Raining Blood"

Lars Von Retriever - the same guy who did the "Trump sings System of A Down video", "Trump sings Megadeth video" and the "Metallica laughs videos" some years ago - now shares this latest hilarious video "Trump Singing Slayer's "Raining Blood".

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System Of A Down Sock Puppets Parody Posted

System of a Pound tells the woes of drooling puppies in their single, Sock Chewy. The clip of course spoofs System Of A Down‘s hit single “Chop Suey!“...

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Watch: Eight-Year Old Kid Playing Meshuggah Cover

Watch the amazing 8-year-old, "Momo DeMonster" from the Philippines, performing Meshuggah's "Bleed" on drums in the video streaming below. We think he absolutely nailed it...

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Watch: LMFAO Shuffle Every Day To Meshuggah

Yes LMFAO's "Party Rock" obviously has exactly the same Bpm as Meshuggah's "Rational Gaze". 129 bpm to be exact.

See the hilarious results below:

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New Slayer Mashup w/ Benny Hill Show Theme Posted

Andy Rehfeldt is famous for doing hilarious metal mashups, for example his death metal version of Mary Poppins' death metal version of "Dupercalifragilisticexpialidocious". This time Rehfeldt has found a new victim: Slayer and their all time classic "Angel Of Death" mashed up with "The Benny Hill Show"-theme.

You can now watch "Benny Hill/Slayer Mashup Disaster" below:

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