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Megadeth Cancels Shows After Major Medical Announcement

Nothing but positive vibes and love being sent to Dave Mustaine – longtime headbanger and leader of Megadeth. The singer/guitarist announced today that he is battling throat cancer and as a result – will not be playing any more live shows this year. The announcement from Mustaine: “I’ve been diagnosed with throat cancer. It’s clearly […]

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Album Review – Gloryhammer – Legends From Beyond The Galactic Terrorvortex

“Between the cosmic wake of a thousand solar nightmares, chaos will reign eternal!” Yeah, it’s silly. Let’s get this out right up front. If you are familiar with Gloryhammer, you expect this. You have been looking forward to this. But if, like me, you are new to this experience, it might be a bit jarring […]

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Neal Schon Pays Tribute To Prince – Releases Emotional Instrumetal Version Of ‘Purple Rain’

One of the most powerful ways an artist can pay tribute to another is by using their talent to showcase that artist. Neal Schon – legendary guitarist and founder of Journey has done just that with the track I am about to show you. Coming from his forthcoming release Universe – Schon picked this track […]

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‘Blood Bath And Beyond’ Puts A Metal Spin On Pop Classics – Releases Cover Of Britney Spears ‘Hold It Against Me’

If you have not yet heard of B3 (Blood Bath and Beyond) allow me to have the privilege of introducing you to these Florida based ass kickers. The men have just put out a video for their metal version of the Britney Spears megahit Hold It Against Me – and they have definitely put their […]

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The Soundtrack for MA by Gregory Tripi drops May 24, 2019

Don’t Make Me Drink Alone!Don’t Make Me Drink…Aloooone! Octavia Spencer as the troubled Sue Ann in MA The soundtrack for the upcoming Universal horror feature MA releases May 24, 2019, one week ahead of the feature film hitting theaters nationwide. Composer Gregory Tripi (Drive, Contagion, Rememory, Dark Places, and Hotel Artemis) provides the intense music […]

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In ‘The Still Of The Night’, Whitesnake Invaded Cleveland And Schooled The Crowd In How Classic Rock Is Performed

Although Whitesnake is on tour promoting their new album Flesh And Blood – they have remained true to the classic arena metal sound that helped them define a generation of music. On Wednesday night, David Coverdale brought his band of veteran rockers to the Cleveland Agora and proceeded to wow the capacity crowd with not […]

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Interview Composer Tim Williams – Brightburn

For this special episode of Horror News Radio (in partnership with Gruesome Music), join Christopher G. Moore and Doc Rotten as they discuss the music behind BRIGHTBURN with the film’s composer Tim Williams. In this not to be missed interview, Tim shares the behind the scenes challenges and rewards of composing the music for a […]

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Suldusk’s Lunar Falls Is An Ethereal Dark Trip

Gruesome Music-Where Rock and Horror Meet. That’s the title and tagline of our new venture here at Gruesome Magazine. But what is horror? The word Gruesome denotes bloody, scary, and macabre, but not all horror is gruesome right? What are some of the other types of horror? Creepy, spooky, ethereal? That’s where the band Suldusk […]

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New Years Day Impesses With Their Latest Release – ‘Unbreakable’

New Year’s Day is a female fronted alternative rock/metal band from Anaheim, California. These guys have been around since 2005 and  gained traction of a fan-base via social media in 2006 with their self-titled EP. In 2007 they followed up with their album My Dear, which had more of a pop-punk sound. The metal sound […]