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World War Me Release “That’s So Yesterday” and “War Zone”; Upcoming Debut Album on SharpTone Records

The Chicago native band World War Me will be releasing their debut album later this year via SharpTone Records. The album is being produced by Nick Matthews of Get Sacred. In anticipation of the new album, DreadMusicReview, was provided with two videos singles to share

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THY ART IS MURDER DROP FIERY “THE SON OF MISERY” VIDEO — WATCH DEAR DESOLATION OUT AUGUST 18 BAND TOURING WITH DECAPITATED THIS SUMMER

THY ART IS MURDER DROP FIERY “THE SON OF MISERY” VIDEO — WATCH DEAR DESOLATION OUT AUGUST 18 BAND TOURING WITH DECAPITATED THIS SUMMER THY ART IS MURDER will release their punishing new album Dear Desolation on August 18 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The Australian band has just dropped another sonic thunderbolt

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INTRODUCING… ACROSS THE ATLANTIC SAN ANTONIO BAND SIGNS TO SHARPTONE RECORDS, RELEASES VIDEO FOR “PLAYING FOR KEEPS” DEBUT ALBUM WORKS OF PROGRESS OUT SEPTEMBER 1

INTRODUCING… ACROSS THE ATLANTIC SAN ANTONIO BAND SIGNS TO SHARPTONE RECORDS, RELEASES VIDEO FOR “PLAYING FOR KEEPS” DEBUT ALBUM WORKS OF PROGRESS OUT SEPTEMBER 1 San Antonio, Texas newcomers, ACROSS THE ATLANTIC have signed to SharpTone and have released the official music video for the brand new single “Playing For Keeps.” The song will

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Chicago Open Air: America’s Greatest Metal Experience Unites Fans; 70,000 In Attendance For 3-Day Music Festival July 14-16 At Toyota Park In Bridgeview, IL

  Chicago Open Air: America’s Greatest Metal Experience Unites Fans; 70,000 In Attendance For 3-Day Music Festival July 14-16 At Toyota Park In Bridgeview, IL With Ozzy Osbourne, KISS, Korn, Rob Zombie, Slayer, Godsmack, Megadeth, Stone Sour & Many More The rock and metal community

From The Crowd To The Pit: Chicago Open Air – Day 1

July 14th through July 16th, Bridgeview, IL at Toyota Park, home to the Chicago Fire Soccer Club, became the home to one of the biggest Danny Wimmer Presents festivals called Chicago Open Air. This year 70,000 fans, media, and 40 rock and metal bands descended