PODCAST: KISS – The End of The Road Debate – Legendary Farewell or Controversial Exit

Ghost Cult Keefy was joined by a cavalcade of metal personalities for a debate surrounding the final shows ever from KISS! In this video, we’ll be debating whether or not we think the KISS farewell tour was a successful, or a controversial exit. Was it a perfect ending to an iconic band, or did they go too far? We will also discuss the bands’ place in Classic Rock lore, the best and worst moments in the band’s history, and what their legacy is. Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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Korn and Adidas Finally Announce Their Sneaker and Clothing Collab

After much teasing on stage and social media, Korn and Adidas will finally release a collaborative sneaker and clothing line this Fall. Korn arrived in 1994 with their debut album and were heavily repping Adidas wear as part of their ground breaking Nu-Metal music and aesthetic, drawing inspiration from Hip-Hop. The line arrives on October 27th from and can be ordered at the links below. Korn would go on to have a legit hit-single and MTV TRL smash with their song “A.D.I.D.A.S” from the album Life Is Peachy, an inspiration for the merch line. Watch a trailer for the the announcement from the band and some revels of the merch.

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Clutch Shares Three New Singles from Their New Sunrise On Slaughter Beach 7″ Box Set


Clutch has just shared 3 new singles – “Arts & Crafts”, “Boogeyman Blues”, and “Railroad Daises” – streaming now on all DSPs. The taqcks come from the newly released their new Sunrise On Slaughter Beach 7″ box set, out today via the band’s own Weathermaker Music. Jam out to these new killer tracks and purchase the box set now!
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Metallica Adds New Content to Their “Black Box” Archives Project

Metallica has added a ton of new content to their ongoing celebratory archival project, “The Black Box.” The band is touting 53 new “artifacts,” 6 new videos, and 11 new audio enhancements. The Black Box is an online repository the band will focus on for their legacy audio/visul and merch drops, and curated collections from each band member, which you can read all about here.

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Triple B Records to Host a Sale Tomorrow in Massachusetts

Triple B (BBB) Records has a cool stable of artists we dig, such as Fuming Mouth, Fury, Nudie Mag, C4 and more! They will hold a sale for merch, rare vinyl and more tomorrow, Saturday, 7/10/2021 at the excellent Wanna Hear It Records of Watertown, MA. Check out the flyer and show some support!

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GIVEAWAY: Win a Merch Bundle from Ghost Cult, Season of Mist, and 20 Watt Tombstone

Ghost Cult is back with a new contest! We are going to give some fans a chance to win a Metal Head Start pack of merch including shirts from bands on Season of Mist, music from badasses in 20 Watt Tombstone, and two fist fulls of other metal essentials such as metal and enamel band pins, buttons, stickers, CD’s, viny;l, koozies, and other rad things worth $50 USD. Just fill out our 1-minute questionnaire to enter! The deadline to enter is April Sunday, April 18th at 11:59 PM PST, and the full rules are below!

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Ozzy Osbourne Releases Limited Edition “Bat-Themed” Coronavirus Merch

Never let it be said that Ozzy Osbourne doesn’t have a good sense of humor, or irony. Ozzy has just released an anti-coronavirus themed mask and shirt wit ha bat on it. For just 72 hours you can get your own Ozzy “Fuck Coronavirus” mask and shirt with artwork of a bat wearing a surgical mask. Consumption of bats in wet markets in china we’re theorized to have been part of the origin of COVID-19, since the World Health Organization announced that its research has found that the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19, likely originated in bats. For 72 hours only, the face mask will come free with the purchase of the T-shirt, which sells for $40 at Ozzy’s webstore. Orders will ship in mid-May. A description of the face mask cautions: “These masks are not medical grade and are not meant to take the place of the N95 masks.” Ozzy infamous used to bite the head off a bat in his early 1980s concerts. On January 20, 1982, Ozzy bit the head off a live bat during a concert at Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines, Iowa. He later claimed he thought it was a toy thrown to him by an audience member. Naturally, the show ended and Ozzy was rushed to the hospital for rabies shots. While Ozzy has said he did not want to be remembered by this in both articles and other interviews, Ozzy did sell plush bat dolls with removable heads last year as part of his boxed set.Continue reading