Here’s What Various Rock/Metal Musicians Wore For Halloween This Year

Halloween is officially over and a number of rock/metal artists have taken to social media to share pictures of the costumes they wore this year. You can check out a bunch of those below (courtesy of The PRP):

Metallica’s Kirk Hammett & Robert Trujillo:

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Happy Halloween

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Alice In Chains & Jerry Cantrell:

A Day To Remember:

Adam Jones (Tool):

Heidi Shepherd (Butcher Babies):

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If you're 555

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Carla Harvey (Butcher Babies) & Charlie Benante (Anthrax):

Atreyu:

Incubus:

Brent Hinds (Mastodon):

Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine, etc.):

Baroness:

Nergal (Behemoth):

Chelsea Grin:

Chris Jericho (Fozzy);

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Any questions….? #ChrisSPumpkins

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The Acacia Strain & Vincent Bennett:

Chris Fronzak (Attila):

The Word Alive:

Korn’s Head & Fieldy:

John 5 (Rob Zombie, etc.):

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Happy Halloween to everyone @scott_blake3

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Pete Loeffler (Chevelle):

Beartooth:

Alan Ashby (Of Mice & Men):

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🎃 Happy Halloween! 🎃

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The Ghost Inside’s Andrew Tkaczyk & Zach Johnson:

Jason Richardson (All That Remains):

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🎃 👻 ⭐️ 🧱 🐢 🏎 @alyssamarielom @nintendo

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Battlecross:

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Joliet! We’re ready to get spooky tonight!

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Ice-T (Body Count):

P.O.D.:

Freddy Cricien (Madball):

Stick To Your Guns:

Jeff Friedl (A Perfect Circle, etc.):

Metal Allegiance:

Sleeping With Sirens:

Pierce The Veil’s Vic Fuentes & Jaime Preciado:

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AHOY bitches! ⚓️🍦

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Redrum!!!!!

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Shavo Odadjian (System Of A Down):

Sara Taylor (Youth Code, Heavens Blade):

Skyler Acord (Issues):

Blink-182:

The Wonder Years:

Halsey (not rock/metal but still cool):

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resident goths. @marilynmanson

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Baroness Share Acoustic Performance Video For “Tourniquet”

Baroness have shared an acoustic performance video for “Tourniquet.” The clip was filmed at Darkside Records in Poughkeepsie, NY back in June. The song appears on the band’s latest album “Gold & Grey.“

Baroness Share Acoustic Performance Video For “Cocainium”

Baroness have shared an acoustic performance video for “Cocainium.” The clip was filmed at Darkside Records in Poughkeepsie, NY back in June. The song appears on the band’s 2012 album “Yellow & Green.“

Baroness Announce Headlining European Dates

Baroness have booked some headlining shows around their European/UK tour with Volbeat and Danko Jones. Here’s the dates:

10/16 Zagreb, CRO – Vintage Industrial Bar
10/19 Athens, GRE – Gagarin 205
10/22 Vienna, AUT – Arena
10/24 Rotterdam, NET – Maassilo
10/25 Saarbrucken, GER – Garage
10/26 Munster, GER – Sputnikhalle
10/28 Krakow, POL – Kwadrat

Baroness Announce New In-Store Acoustic Performances

Baroness have booked some new in-store acoustic shows around their summer tour. Here’s the dates:

07/22 Indianapolis, IN – Indy CD & Vinyl
07/27 Lawrence, KS – Vinyl Renaissance
07/30 Nashville, TN – Grimey’s
08/08 Orlando, FL – Park Ave CDs
08/11 Charleston, SC – Monster Music

Baroness Stream New Album “Gold & Grey”

Baroness are streaming their new album “Gold & Grey” in full via NPR. You can check that out HERE. The effort will officially be released on Friday (June 14). John Dyer Baizley said the following about the record:

“This is the most clear representation of the artistic vision I have for the band that we’ve ever done. Where ‘Purple‘ was me lyrically trying to work out how to adjust to a new normal, I think ‘Gold & Grey‘ is a more grown-up and more subtle collection of words that reflect how I am trying to deal with the longer term effects of having experienced so many terrible things. I choose to use the band as a place where I can take all of this stress, pain, anxiety, all these realities, and make them something good.”