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VINNIE PAUL Slams REX BROWN’s Book As ‘A Bunch Of Mythology’, Once Again Rules Out Possibility Of PANTERA Reunion

Vinnie Paul Abbott has slammed Rex Brown's memoir as "a bunch of mythology" and has once again ruled out the possibility of any kind of reunion of surviving PANTERA members. The former PANTERA and current HELLYEAH drummer made his comments Wednesday (July 12) during an in-studio appearance on the "Rover's Morning Glory" syndicated radio show hosted by Shane "Rover" French. Asked about the way he was depicted in Brown's 2013 book, "Official Truth, 101 Proof: The Inside Story Of Pantera", in which the former PANTERA bassist referred to Vinnie as "a strange person" who "was always all about the 'party, party, party'" but "only got laid maybe one out of ten times," the drummer said: "All I can say is that… I'll refer to Philip's [Anselmo, former PANTERA singer] comment about Rex's book. A bunch of mythology, man. We don't know where he came up with all this. More power to him, man." Vinnie was also asked about his relationship with Anselmo, with whom he has not spoken since PANTERA split in 2003. Pressed about whether it's true that he indirectly blamed Philip for the death of PANTERA guitarist — and Vinnie's brother — "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, suggesting that some remarks the vocalist had made about Dimebag in print just weeks earlier might have incited the guitarist's killer, the drummer said: "I'm just gonna say I have no comment on any of that, man. I'm beyond PANTERA. I've done so many other things with my life since then. And I always believe if you live in the past, you have no future. So, man, I'm happy doing what I do with HELLYEAH, and I'm gonna leave it at that." French, at that point, asked Vinnie if we can safely assume that that there are no circumstances under which all the surviving members of PANTERA would ever get back together. Vinnie responded: "That's a pretty damn good assumption. Yeah, man. [Laughs]" In a 2013 interview with MetalSucks, Anselmo was asked for his opinion of "Official Truth, 101 Proof: The Inside Story Of Pantera". He said: "Honestly, [Rex's] assessment of me [in the book] — I don't care. Egotistical, self-centered, everything is always about me. Y'know what? I'm a lead singer and he's a bass player. That's his perception. So I'm fine with it. I don't hold any fucking grudges. But I think he did take some angry swipes and I don't need to be specific. There is a great deal of mythology when it comes to his 'quitting' DOWN. That particular chapter is a little disturbing." Anselmo also commented on the fact that Vinnie Paul was at times painted in a very negative light in Rex's book. "I'm not sure that type of beating [on Vince] was necessary," Anselmo said. "Vince is a difficult guy and was always a different type of guy. But did he deserve that type of beating? I don't think so. It's a shame." He continued: "Rex has many faults, just like anyone else. But it sure seems like he wants to put fault on other people to take away from his humanity. We're all full of faults. Maybe it's easier for some of us to admit." Brown defended his comments about Vinnie Paul during a 2013 interview with the "Energize With Lonn Friend" podcast. After revealing that he sent his book to Anselmo and Vinnie Paul, the bassist said: "Apparently, Vinnie isn't very flattered by it. Vinnie, then, he can write his own fucking book, you know. With Philip, I haven't heard any rebuttals, but I didn't say anything in the book that wasn't already out there, you know what I'm saying?!" He added: "I think the reason they haven't talked to me is 'cause it is the fucking truth. And sometimes you don't wanna tell the truth. And I didn't go out of my way to maliciously hurt any individual. But at the same time, if you're gonna tell the truth, by God, you'd better be on the skinny. And I think Mark Eglinton [Rex's co-author], that did this thing with me, he really just kind of…. He put me down… You know how you have your dreams that you had in high school when you're just… you're in your underwear. That's the way I felt with this book. If [you're] not [being completely truthful in your memoir], I think it's all a bunch of charade… And why would you wanna do that?" On page 172 of "Official Truth, 101 Proof: The Inside Story Of Pantera", Brown had the following to say about Vinnie Paul: "You need to understand that Vinnie is just a strange person — that's all there is to it — and it's either his way or the highway. I think he got most of that asshole-ishness from his old man, because in many ways they are very much alike. Vinnie was always all about the 'party, party, party!' and 'eat that pussy!' type of shit — to the extent that he thought he was fucking David Lee Roth. And him a drummer, can you imagine? But the truth is that he only got laid maybe one out of ten times and that's if he was lucky. Being in a platinum-selling band is meant to be a head start when you're trying to score with chicks, but he negated that by having no idea whatsoever how to treat or approach a woman. He'd just walk up and immediately start groping them, so it was no surprise that his strike rate was so pitiful. He acted like meeting him was a sexual audition and that just turned them off straightaway." He continued: "And as if that wasn't bad enough, when he didn't get laid (ninety percent of the time, I'd estimate) he was the most miserable fucking guy on the planet. I just couldn't live with him. He'd walk in the room in the morning and I'd just know. He'd be all snappy and pissed off with everyone and there was nothing anyone could do to change his mood. That became really boring." Dimebag was shot and killed by a crazed gunman while performing with DAMAGEPLAN at a Columbus, Ohio rock club in December 2004. Several weeks before Dimebag's death, Anselmo gave an interview to English magazine Metal Hammer in which he called the guitarist "a shallow, stupid man," and added, "he deserves to be beaten severely."

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METALLICA’s LARS ULRICH On Creative Process: ‘You Have To Be Prepared To Go Wherever It Takes You’

Dickerman and LT of the WJRR radio station conducted an interview with METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich before the band's July 5 concert at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. You can now listen to the chat below. Speaking about the reasons for the overwhelmingly positive response to METALLICA's latest album, "Hardwired… To Self-Destruct", Ulrich said: "I would say that, sitting, talking about it afterwards, most of it is… It's like the luck of the dice. We never sit down to try to have a [discussion about], 'The record's gotta be this way, and it's gotta sound like this and it's gonna have this kind of reaction.' I mean, there's never that kind of a mission statement, because you've gotta… Any kind of creative endeavor, any kind of a creative journey, there has to be a degree of flexibility, because if the creative elements have to be authentic and pure and not contrived and not overly thought out, you have to be prepared to go wherever it takes you. And so almost all the time with records and creative... whether it's some of the movies we've done or the videos we make, or whatever we do, it just sort of has a life of its own." He continued: "I think a significant reason for this record's being received the way… and maybe people don't intellectualize it and overanalyze it, but James [Hetfield, METALLICA frontman] and I were talking about it an hour ago when we were sitting back there eating lunch, is Greg Fidelman, who engineered this record, who co-produced it with James and I, who was responsible for all the sonics and the mixing and all that. He's been with METALLICA now for over ten years. He knows us, and he knows how to make us sound the way we should sound and maximize kind of our thing. And I think that he's a significant reason for all the goodwill that's coming back our way in the last six months since this record came out." METALLICA has just resumed its first North American tour in more than seven years. "Hardwired... To Self-Destruct" came out last November, eight years after "Death Magnetic".

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Video Premiere: AMON AMARTH’s ‘The Way Of Vikings’

"The Way Of Vikings", the new video from Swedish death metallers AMON AMARTH, can be seen below. The clip, which features the full band as "Peaky Blinders"-inspired characters at a brutal underground gambling hall and boxing match, was once again direc...

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ADRENALINE MOB Announces Second Leg Of ‘We The People’ North American Tour

ADRENALINE MOB — the band featuring Russell Allen (vocals; also of SYMPHONY X) and Mike Orlando (guitar) — has announced dates for the second leg of its "We The People" North American tour. Sponsored by Rock'd Bourbon Whiskey, the trek will commence in Dayton, Ohio on August 18 and reach its final stop on September 23 in Providence, Rhode Island. Direct support will be provided by RIGHTEOUS VENDETTA along with additional support from DARK SKY CHOIR. Tour dates: Aug. 18 - Dayton, OH - Oddbody’s Aug. 19 - Louisville, KY - Trixies Aug. 20 - Clarksville, TN - The Warehouse Aug. 22 - Des Moines, IA - Vaudeville Mews Aug. 23 - Omaha, NE - Bourbon Saloon Aug. 25 - Bloomington, IL - The Castle Theater Aug. 26 - Janesville, WI - The Black Bar Aug. 27 - Ringle, WI - Q and Z Expo Center Aug. 29 - Ft. Wayne, IN - The Rusty Spur Aug. 30 - Westland, MI - Token Lounge Aug. 31 - Akron, OH - Empire Concert Club Sep. 02 - Ottawa, ON - The Brass Monkey Sep. 03 - Toronto, ON - Rockpile West Sep. 06 - Stanhope, NJ - Stanhope House Sep. 07 - Patchogue, NY - 89 North Sep. 08 - [to be announced] Sep. 09 - Fayetteville, NC - The Drunk Horse Pub Sep. 10 - Charlotte, NC - Neighborhood Theater Sep. 12 - New Orleans, LA - Southport Music Hall Sep. 13 - Houston, TX - Walters Sep. 15 - Oklahoma City, OK - Thunder Alley Sep. 16 - Tulsa, OK - The Shrine Sep. 17 - [to be announced] Sep. 19 - Erie, PA - Sherlocks Sep. 20 - Waterford, NY - Chrome Sep. 21 - Philadelphia, PA - Voltage Lounge Sep. 22 - Rochester, NY - California Brew Haus Sep. 23 - Providence, RI - Firehouse 13 Tickets go on sale on Friday, July 14. ADRENALINE MOB's third studio album, "We The People", was released on June 2 via Century Media. The follow-up to 2014's "Men Of Honor" is the first ADRENALINE MOB release to feature the band's new drummer Jordan Cannata and bassist David Zablidowsky (of TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA). Since ADRENALINE MOB's formation in 2011, the band's undergone several lineup changes, including the departures of bassist John Moyer (DISTURBED) and drummer Mike Portnoy (FLYING COLORS, THE WINERY DOGS, DREAM THEATER, AVENGED SEVENFOLD). In addition, the band was dealt a heavy blow with the passing of drummer A.J. Pero (TWISTED SISTER) in March 2015 of a heart attack. In a recent interview with I'm Music Magazine, Orlando stated about ADRENALINE MOB's personnel shuffles: "We've had a few member changes and, unfortunately, the passing of A.J., but we had no choice but to get someone else behind the kit. We've been very fortunate and we have someone really incredible in Jordan Cannata with us now. I think of it as turning the page and starting something better; write a better paragraph than the page before. To me, it's always moving forward and trying to do something better. The sound of the band has always been myself and Russell Allen; we're the writing team and it's been that way since day one. We've changed members on drums and bass, but that doesn't affect the writing, because it stays between Russ and I."

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BLOODCLOT Feat. CRO-MAGS, Ex-DANZIG Members: Listen To ‘Slow Kill Genocide’ Song

BLOODCLOT, the project featuring John Joseph of the CRO-MAGS, plus former members of QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE (Joey Castillo, drums; Nick Oliveri, bass), and DANZIG (Todd Youth, guitar), will release its new album, "Up In Arms", on July 14 via Metal Blade Records. The cover artwork for the disc can be seen below. The song "Slow Kill Genocide", taken from "Up In Arms", can be streamed below. BLOODCLOT has confirmed a near-three-week U.S. tour with NEGATIVE APPROACH. ] In addition to being the leader of one of the most influential hardcore bands of all time — the CRO-MAGSJoseph is an author, an outspoken advocate of plant-based nutrition, and a competitive Ironman tri-athlete. Youth — who played in AGNOSTIC FRONT at the age of 12 — has played guitar with a myriad of artists, including DANZIG, Glen Campbell, MOTÖRHEAD, Ace Frehley, and many more. Additionally, Nick Oliveri has played bass in QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, alongside one of the most sought-after drummers in the scene, Joey Castillo — who has also sat behind the kit for DANZIG and EAGLES OF DEATH METAL. These four renowned musicians came together when CRO-MAGS guitarist AJ Novello was unable to play a show, and John Joseph called Todd Youth to fill in for him. The two rekindled their friendship and enjoyed playing together so much that a decision was made to reform BLOODCLOT (whose origins date back to a 1981 BAD BRAINS tour). Todd began the songwriting process, and soon after, Joey Castillo and Nick Oliveri were recruited to join the band. With the new lineup in place, and songs to record, Metal Blade Records CEO Brian Slagel offered BLOODCLOT a worldwide deal. BLOODCLOT is: John Joseph (CRO-MAGS) - Vocals Todd Youth (ex-DANZIG) - Guitars Nick Oliveri (ex-QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE) - Bass Joey Castillo (ex-QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, ex-DANZIG) - Drums Photo credit: Wass Photography, Dustin Jack Photography, Lloyd Nickell, Tony Virgadamo

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DEF LEPPARD: Trailer For ‘Step Inside: Hysteria At 30’ Mini-Documentary

A trailer for the forthcoming DEF LEPPARD mini-documentary "Step Inside: Hysteria At 30" can be seen below. DEF LEPPARD will celebrate the 30th anniversary of its seminal album "Hysteria", one of the best-selling and most influential releases in music history, with the release of "Hysteria (Remastered 2017)". Set to debut on August 4, the remastered anniversary edition will be released in various formats via Bludgeon Riffola/Mercury/Ume — Super Deluxe Edition, Deluxe Version, 1 CD Vanilla Version, 2-LP Black Vinyl Version, and limited-edition 2-LP Colored Vinyl Version. The reissue boasts B-sides and live tracks, plus the audio for "In The Round In Your Face (Live)" on CD for the first time. Frontman Joe Elliott says: "It's hard to believe that it’s been thirty years since the release of 'Hysteria'. In some respects, it really does seem like only yesterday. So, to mark this milestone, we wanted to do something very special for our fans and give them the definitive version of the album, one that incorporates all of the memories and milestones that we caught on tape and some of the madness that we got up to on the road. We hope it means as much to you as it does to us." Adds guitarist Phil Collen: "I look back at the whole 'Hysteria' experience with excitement along with fond and tragic memories. It was our commercial zenith, thanks to Mutt Lange's insistence that we create an artistic hybrid between hard rock and pop Top 40 music using every genre available as an inspiration. It was a rock album that would garner seven hit singles. Mission accomplished." Essential listening for fans across the board, "Hysteria" indisputably ranks as one of the most decorated and revered rock albums of all time. As the group's second consecutive RIAA Diamond-certified record (10 million sales in the U.S.), it would go on to sell over 30 million copies worldwide and 12 million in the U.S. Moreover, the record staked a spot in the U.S. Top 40 for 96 weeks matched only by "Born In The U.S.A." Rolling Stone touted it on the prestigious "500 Greatest Albums of All Time" list, and a poll in Q placed it among the "100 Greatest Albums of All Time". Dominating multiple charts, it captured No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 and U.K. album charts, bolstered by immortal Top-5 anthems such as "Pour Some Sugar On Me", "Animal", "Love Bites", "Hysteria", "Rocket" and "Armageddon It". "Hysteria" left an indelible mark on rock 'n' roll. Powered by stadium-filling drums, rapturous guitars, and unshakable choruses, the record saw DEF LEPPARD rightfully claim their place among rock's divinities forever. As a result, its influence now reverberates through three generations of artists to follow. It also historically marked their third straight collaboration with producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange. Among the new versions, the Super Deluxe Edition boasts 5-CD/2-DVDs including four books — "Story Of"; a Ross Halfin photo book; Discography; Hysteria Tour Program and Tour Poster. The Deluxe Version features 3 CDs, the Vanilla Version is 1-CD, and the Vinyl Version is 2 Black LPs. In addition, there will be a limited-edition, 2-LP Colored Vinyl available via D2C channels for the first time. "Hysteria 30th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition" track listing: CD One (Remastered "Hysteria") 01. Women 02. Rocket 03. Animal 04. Love Bites 05. Pour Some Sugar On Me 06. Armageddon It 07. Gods Of War 08. Don't Shoot Shotgun 09. Run Riot 10. Hysteria 11. Excitable 12. Love And Affection CD Two 01. Tear It Down (B-side) 02. I Wanna Be Your Hero (Retro Active) 03. Ride Into The Sun (Retro Active) 04. Ring Of Fire (B-Side) 05. Women (Radio Edit) 06. Rocket (Lunar Mix) (Radio Edit) 07. Love Bites (Radio Edit) 08. Hysteria (Radio Edit) 09. Pour Some Sugar on Me (Radio Edit) 10. Armageddon It (Radio Edit) 11. Release Me (Stumpus Maximus) 12. Classic Album – Hysteria (BBC Radio Documentary) CD Three 01. Rocket (The Lunar Mix - Extended Version) (B-Side) 02. Armageddon It (The Nuclear Mix) (12" Single) 03. Animal (Extended Version) 04. Pour Some Sugar On Me (Extended Version) 05. Excitable (The Orgasmic Mix) (B-Side) 06. Rocket (Lunar Mix) (B-Side) 07. Rock Of Ages (Live) (B-Side) 08. Love And Affection (Live) (B-Side) 09. Billy's Got A Gun (Live) (B-Side) CD Four: "In The Round, In Your Face" (Live) 01. Stagefright 02. Rock! Rock! (Till You Drop) 03. Women 04. Too Late For Love 05. Hysteria 06. Gods Of War 07. Die Hard The Hunter CD Five: "In The Round, In Your Face" (Live) 01. Bringin' On The Heartbreak 02. Foolin' 03. Armageddon It 04. Animal 05. Pour Some Sugar On Me 06. Phil Solo 07. Rock Of Ages 08. Photograph DVD One 01. Rocket (Top Of The Pops) 02. Pour Some Sugar On Me (Top Of The Pops) 03. Animal (Top Of The Pops) 04. Pour Some Sugar On Me (Brit Awards) 05. Women (Promo Video) 06. Animal (Promo Video) 07. Pour Some Sugar On Me (Promo Video) 08. Pour Some Sugar On Me (U.S. Version Live) 09. Hysteria (Promo Video) 10. Love Bites (Promo Video) 11. Rocket (Promo Video) 12. Armageddon It (Live) (Promo Video) DVD Two ("Classic Albums") 01. Introduction 02. Animal 03. Hysteria 04. Rocket 05. Love Bites 06. Pour Some Sugar On Me Bonus Material 07. Initial Recordings Of Animal 08. Rick Gets Hysterical 09. Hysteria (Acoustic Performance) 10. Drumming - Return To The Status Quo 11. The Album According To Joe 12. Sugar Stripped Down 13. Pour Some Sugar On Me (Acoustic Performance) 14. Guitars, Guitars, Guitars 15. Windmill II And The Gods Of War 16. Mutt's Vocals In The Mix 17. The Album Is Finally Released

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METAL CHURCH Guitarist Looks Back On ‘Horrible’ Reunion Of Band’s Classic Lineup

In a brand new interview with EonMusic, METAL CHURCH guitarist Kurdt Vanderhoof spoke about the ill-fated reunion of the band's classic lineup for the 1999 "Masterpeace" album. He said: "'Masterpeace', which I like to call 'Disasterpeace'. The whole thing was a great idea, but when we tried to put together, it just didn't work. We got forced into doing some stuff, and, I swear, when we played Wacken [Open Air festival in Germany] with [classic METAL CHURCH vocalist] David Wayne, the whole thing fell apart with having all the original members. They literally forced us into doing that, and I was telling the management and record company, 'Look, this is a bad, bad idea.' We played, and we sucked — I mean, it was horrible. I was, like, 'Fuck you. I told you, and I warned you that this is bad.'" Asked why the reunion failed, Kurdt said: "Well, David Wayne couldn't sing anymore — he was fucked up on drugs; prescription drugs, because that's 'different.' It was fun to play with [fellow guitarist] John Marshall, but Kirk [Arrington, drums] couldn't do it because of his health, and that's when I had to cut ties with Kirk. He didn't play, and he barely played on the record, and it took forever to get that done. It just didn't work. It was a horrible feeling. We did a tour and it was awful. We're still recovering from that now." The guitarist added: "Literally, 'Masterpeace', that era was when I decided I am never, never doing that again." Wayne died in May 2005 from complications following a car crash. He was 47 years old. Wayne sang on METAL CHURCH's first two classic offerings (1984's "Metal Church" and 1986's "The Dark") before leaving the group and being replaced by Mike Howe. Wayne subsequently teamed up with members of HERETIC members to form REVEREND, with whom he released two full-length albums and a couple of EPs. He eventually rejoined METAL CHURCH in time for "Masterpeace". A "solo" album (under the WAYNE banner), titled "Metal Church" followed in 2001. Howe, who fronted METAL CHURCH from 1988 until 1994, officially rejoined the band in April 2015.

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PARADISE LOST: First Trailer For ‘Medusa’ Album

The first trailer for "Medusa", the new album from cult U.K. metallers PARADISE LOST, can be seen below. The disc will be released on September 1 via Nuclear Blast. You can pre-order "Medusa" in several formats: standard jewelcase CD digibook including two bonus tracks; various colored 180-gram LP (black, clear, copper, gray+red bi-colored, gold and NB anniversary green); collector's box including the digibook, gatefold picture disc, the seven-inch single of "Blood & Chaos", a candle, poster, band photo card and poster flag; mailorder edition collector's box, including the digibook, gatefold picture disc, a seven-inch single featuring the tracks "Shrines" and "Symbolic Virtue", a candle, poster, band photo card, poster flag and exclusive cover artwork. Pre-order the physical editions of the new album, including special merchandise, at this location. "Medusa" track listing: 01. Fearless Sky (8:30) 02. Gods Of Ancient (5:50) 03. From The Gallows (3:42) 04. The Longest Winter (4:31) 05. Medusa (6:20) 06. No Passage For The Dead (4:16) 07. Blood & Chaos (3:51) 08. Until The Grave (5:41) Bonus tracks: 09. Frozen Illusion (5:45) 10. Shrines (3:59) 11. Symbolic Virtue (4:38) The artwork was created by Branca Studio and shows the infamous Gorgone Medusa from Greek mythology, carrying venomous snakes as hair and turning anyone into stone who would dare to look into her eyes. PARADISE LOST guitarist Greg Mackintosh states about the artwork: "Whilst we were writing 'Medusa' and realizing what the new songs were becoming, we had to find an artist to reflect this direction. After searching around for a while, I found Branca Studios. They have a keen eye for design and their modern take on retro artwork really fit the bill. What they have come up with is a blending of colorful-yet-retro styling, whilst maintaining the classic PARADISE LOST feel." About the choice to make her the figurehead of this new album, singer Nick Holmes adds: "I was intrigued about a greater meaning and thinking more along the lines of what Medusa represents metaphorically. 'Medusa' as a title works in many ways. From a nihilist perspective, when I read the description of 'Medusa' on the Wikipedia page: 'Attempts to avoid looking into Medusa's eyes represents avoiding the ostensibly depressing reality that the universe is meaningless.' The title was pretty much in the bag!" PARADISE LOST has announced a very special release show that will take place in Stuttgart at the iconic LKA Longhorn. Only on this night of September 1, PARADISE LOST will perform its entire new album. A short time later, PARADISE LOST will embark for an extensive European journey and bring their label mates and U.S. doomsters PALLBEARER, as well as SINISTRO from Portugal. Regarding the sound of "Medusa", Nick told Italy's Linea Rock: "I would say if you've ever heard every album by PARADISE LOST, it's closest to the 'Shades Of God' album, our third album. It's an album carrying on from that, but hopefully it's a lot more sophisticated and it's better produced and better played than that album." Gregor added: "Style-wise, it's more between 'Gothic' and 'Shades Of God' era, with modern touches to it as well."

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