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PEACEMAKER debut ‘Concrete & Terror’ to be released Sept.25th (available for pre-order)

July 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

NOTE: The contents of this post are dictated by the RSS settings of the originating site. We do not cut and paste and we strongly advise you to start your reading here: https://ift.tt/2CC8k17 The Peacemaker album cover introduces you to Zombie Sheriff J.P. Diggs who embodies the heart and soul of the All-Star heavy metal band, PEACEMAKER! The message of Sheriff Diggs and Peacemaker is clear….”Make your peace….with Peacemaker!” The album artwork steps far beyond typical knuckle-dragging genre defining metal nerdness, as much it intensifies and sears the senses with mind-melting music. Make no mistake, Peacemaker delivers a [read on]

Tim “Ripper” Owens (ex-Judas Priest), Simon Wright (ex-AC/DC) confirmed for the Let There Be Rock – Orchestrated tour in tribute to AC/DC

July 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

NOTE: The contents of this post are dictated by the RSS settings of the originating site. We do not cut and paste and we strongly advise you to start your reading here: https://ift.tt/2CC8k17 Tim "Ripper" Owens (ex-Judas Priest), Simon Wright (ex-AC/DC), Steve Balbi (Noiseworks, Mi-Sex), Joel Mcdonald (Gilby Clarke, Bruce Kulick), James Morley (The Angels), Paul Christie (Mondo Rock), and Cynthia Gallie are confirmed for the Let There Be Rock – Orchestrated tour in tribute to AC/DC. Without question, AC/DC are one of the greatest rock bands in history. Their mammoth power chord roar became one of the most influential hard [read on]

These are the Top 100 Highest-Grossing Worldwide Tours of 2018 So Far

July 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

Pollstar just released their annual list revealing the top grossing tours of 2018 mid-way through the year, and some notable metal and metal-adjacent acts make an appearance in the top 100. As with the weekly Boxscore reports we feature, these figures only include gross ticket sales and do not show the whole picture of an artist’s actualized earnings. Most importantly, each artist still has to pay a ton of expenses off the top; management, booking agent, promoter, venue, travel, equipment (sound/lights/staging), band members, crew, hotels, tours busses, etc. On the other hand, these figures don’t include ancillary income streams [read on]