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Heavy Metal Review | HELLYEAH: Unden!able

HEALLYEAH is called a supergroup, not because they are awesome (which they are) but because each member enjoyed success in another band before they joined together. HELLYAH is: Chad Gray on lead vocals previously of Mudvayne which broke up in 2016 Tom Maxwell on...

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Heavy Metal Review | Anthrax: For All Kings

Anthrax is back! After their previous record Worship Music released with Joey Beladonna thankfully back in the band everyone was ready for some serious Thrash. Worship Music delivered the goods, but perhaps with a depth and thoughtfulness normally not seen in the...

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Q and A With Kyllbreth and Band

This week we are lucky to have Kyllbreth, lead singer of the band named above, with us to discuss their new record, “Too Many Guts”. Our readers will ask questions about the provocative title as well as how the group came up with their unique name and art style. Ronin...

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ARCHIVES: ROBOPOP 2001

This article was originally published by http://remixmag.com/ . Ronin Asylum is archiving it in order to preserve what we consider an important work in the genre of techno pop. May 1, 2001 12:00 PM Hermetically sealed within silver and gold robot masks and gloves,...

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Non-Metal Music Found to be Dangerous to Listeners

Medical experts have brought it to the attention of Ronin Asylum that under certain conditions being exposed to non-metal music such as Country, Classical, Techno, House, and most certainly “Oom-pah” could result in injury or death. Or injury and death. You might go straight into a death state without being aware of any injury but you would of course be injured so it would be injury then death.

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Iron Maiden is Still Relevant…AND BAD ASS!

Iron Maiden has been around a while. Considered one of the most successful heavy metal bands in history as of 2010 they have sold over 85 million albums worldwide (they probably moved a few million more since). That’s a lot of records, a lot of fans, and a ton of shows. Formed in 1975 by Bassist Steve Harris they have gone through many lineup changes as well as a sound…

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