Conjurer & Palm Reader Announce New Split Covers Release

Conjurer and Palm Reader have announced that they will be releasing a split covers EP on December 13. Here’s the track listing:

01. Conjurer – “Blood And Thunder” (Mastodon cover)
02. Conjurer – “Vermilion” (Slipknot cover)
03. Palm Reader – “Tire Me” (Rage Against The Machine cover)
04. Palm Reader – “Circles” (Thrice cover)


Integrity & Bleach Everything Announce New Split Release

Integrity and Bleach Everything have announced that they will be releasing a new split 12″, titled “SDK x RFTCC,” on Halloween (October 31). The effort serves as a tribute to Septic Death and Rocket From The Crypt’s 1992 2×7″ split, with Integrity taking on Septic Death’s parts and Bleach Everything taking on Rocket From The Crypt’s parts. The first single is Bleach Everything‘s cover of Rocket From The Crypt’s “On A Rope” and it can be heard over at Alternative Press. That particular track features Riley Gale (Power Trip) and Mike Kennerty (The All-American Rejects).

“SDK x RFTCC” Track Listing:

01. Integrity – “Sweat Of A Nightmare” (feat. Darkest Prince)
02. Integrity – “Change”
03. Integrity – “Dream Silent”
04. Integrity – “Poison Mask”
05. Integrity – “Thaw (Cold World)”
06. Bleach Everything – “Middle”
07. Bleach Everything – “On a Rope” (feat. Riley Gale & Mike Kennerty)
08. Bleach Everything – “Sturdy Wrists”
09. Bleach Everything – “Vital Signs”
10. Bleach Everything – “I’m Not Invisible” (feat. Christopher Royal King)

A Pale Horse Named Death Cover Three Dog Night & The Cure For New 7″

A Pale Horse Named Death will be releasing a new 7″ titled “Uncovered” on October 11. The effort will be limited to 300 copies and it will feature covers of Three Dog Night‘s “One” and The Cure‘s “Prayers For Rain.“ Pre-orders can be found HERE. Sal Abruscato commented:

“It was a band decision when we were on tour in Europe and we met up with our awesome label and they suggested a 7” release. Eric Morgan suggested The Cure‘s ‘Prayers For Rain‘ and Johnny Kelly suggested Three Dog Night‘s ‘One‘ I thought they were great choices, a nice contrast of style and we nailed it in the recording process.”

Watch Metallica, Ex-Queens Of The Stone Age, Ugly Kid Joe, Etc. Members Perform As “The Wedding Band”

On July 26, Kirk Hammett (Metallica), Robert Trujillo (Metallica), Whitfield Crane (Ugly Kid Joe, etc.), Joey Castillo (ex-Queens Of The Stone Age, etc.), and Doc Coyle (Bad Wolves) played a special covers set as “The Wedding Band.” The show was held at the Cosmopolitan Music Hall in Richmond Hill, ON and some fan-filmed footage from it can be seen below. In other news, The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto is currently hosting “It’s Alive! Classic Horror And Sci-Fi Art From The Kirk Hammett Collection.”

High On Fire Digitally Release “Bat Salad” EP

High On Fire have officially released their “Bat Salad” EP in digital outlets. The effort was previously only available on 12” vinyl as part of this year’s Record Store Day. In addition to the title track, the EP also includes covers of Celtic Frost‘s “Into The Crypts of Rays” and Bad Brains‘ “Don’t Bother Me.“

Employed To Serve, Conjurer, Etc. Cover Slipknot For New Metal Hammer Compilation

Employed To Serve, Conjurer, Hacktivist, and more have covered various Slipknot songs for a new “March Of The Maggots” compilation. The CD will be included with the new issue of Metal Hammer and it will feature nine covers as well as six bonus songs inspired by the band.

“March Of The Maggots” Track Listing:

01. Employed To Serve – “Purity”
02. Conjurer – “Vermillion”
03. Blood Youth – “(sic)”
04. MSRY – “Left Behind”
05. Hacktivist – “Duality”
06. From Sorrow To Serenity – “The Blister Exists”
07. Cursed Earth – “People=Shit”
08. Void Of Vision – “Psychosocial” (feat. Marcus Bridge of Northlane, Sean Harmanis of Make Them Suffer, & Ryan Siew of Polaris)
09. Subtraction – “Surfacing”
10. Jonestown – “Burn Victim”
11. Borders – “Bad Blood”
12. MTXS – “Liberation”
13. Terraborn – “Call To War”
14. Break Fifty – “Gods”
15. Bornbroken – “Live Or Die”

Watch Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl Perform Motörhead & Thin Lizzy Covers At 2019 “Ride For Ronnie” Concert

During this year’s Ride For Ronnie concert in Glendale, CA, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl joined Ricky Warwick (Black Star Riders, Thin Lizzy), Keith Nelson (ex-Buckcherry), and Robbie Crane (Black Star Riders) onstage for some covers of Motörhead‘s “Bomber” and Thin Lizzy‘s “Jailbreak.“ You can see footage of that below: