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Hear Michael Bohn return to the mic with new band the Villa
Hear Michael Bohn return to the mic with new band the Villa
Former members of Issues, Woe, Is Me, Secrets and Nightmares are joining together to shape a new band called the Villa from the ashes of their past musical venture, WildHeart. Following WildHeart’s disbandment a little over a year after they formed, vocalist Michael Bohn (Issues, Woe, Is Me) along with guitarists Kevin Hanson (Woe, Is Me) and Turner Wood (Nightmares) brought bassist Michael Owens
Top 10 ‘American Horror Story’ plot twists we’re still thinking about
Top 10 ‘American Horror Story’ plot twists we’re still thinking about
American Horror Story doesn’t go easy on its fans. If there’s a way to make your jaw drop to the floor, make you sick to your stomach or make you cry your eyes out, you can bet producer Ryan Murphy and co. have tried it. If isolation’s driving you crazy and you need to relive those head-spinning moments, you’re in luck. We’ve trawled all nine...
‘American Horror Story’ seasons ranked worst to best
‘American Horror Story’ seasons ranked worst to best
No one expected that when American Horror Story premiered in 2011 from the co-creators of the musical hit series Glee, it would turn into an iconic horror anthology. Yet, eight years later, Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have us gripping the edge of our seats in anticipation for the ninth season, 1984, which based on teasers posted has an ’80s slasher film vibe to it. Thin...
PVRIS snake their way through a cult in “Death Of Me” video
PVRIS snake their way through a cult in “Death Of Me” video
PVRIS have finally released their sinister new video for “Death of Me,” the band’s first single from their upcoming album.  Earlier this week, the band announced the video was coming after quite a few teasers.  Read more: Lil Wayne walks off stage, reportedly quits blink-182 tour Back in October, PVRIS vocalist Lynn Gunn mentioned the band were at work on new tunes.  “AWKOHAWNOH touring cy... Read
Group of metalheads mistaken for suicide cult, “rescued” by police
Group of metalheads mistaken for suicide cult, “rescued” by police
A gathering of metal music lovers in Scotland was recently mistaken for a suicide cult and reportedly "rescued" by police after their group was erroneously linked with a possible kidnapping by a passerby, as covered by the NME. Read more: The album cover that's flipping metalheads out A "full-scale rescue operation" was launched by Scottish police to assist the three beer-drin
Bayside release ‘Cult’ webisode #3 with guitarist Jack O’Shea
Bayside release ‘Cult’ webisode #3 with guitarist Jack O’Shea
Bayside have released their third webisode, taking you behind the creative process for their sixth studio album, Cult. This episode focuses on guitarist Jack O’Shea. “It’s a clear progression form our last record,” O’Shea says, “without really straying from the path, in the sense that it sounds like a Bayside record.” Watch the third webisode below, a ...