Rumor: Misfits hire drumming machine, ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo

Blabbermouth is currently reporting that the word going around the rumor mill is that the Misfits have recruited ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo to play with them live during their two scheduled reunion shows. Danzig, Jerry Only, and Doyle have announced that the original lineup for the Misfits would feature them playing together again but didn’t mention a drummer. This could be very interesting with the consideration of what Dave Lombardo currently has on his plate. He’s putting the finishing touches on the debut album of his new band, Dead Cross and he has also stepped in for Suicidal Tendencies to record drums for their new album as well. What’s next?

 

A RockHaven News Report by Erik Gibbons

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Korn present ‘Rotting In Vain’ music video and details on new album

And it’s extremely nostalgic. Previously, Korn played Rotting In Vain during their set last Saturday at the Chicago Open Air Festival. Now, there’s a music video to go with it as well as an update on a few details about the forthcoming album. Korn‘s upcoming twelfth studio album will be entitled  The Serenity of Suffering which is slated to hit stores on October 21st. Rotting In Vain should serve as a nice taste as it screams old school Korn. This single is definitely reminiscent of their 1994 self-titled debut. Rotting In Vain can be purchased now and The Serenity of Suffering is also available for pre-order wherever music is sold.

Rotting In Vain (Music Video): https://www.youtube.com/embed/nq9j1qkj2Vc?rel=0

 

A RockHaven News Report by Erik Gibbons

My Chemical Romance isn’t reuniting.

It’s sad to say, but the video that My Chemical Romance recently put on their Facebook page was all but a teaser trailer for a 10th Anniversary re-issue of The Black Parade. You shouldn’t be completely let down as this could mean anything; unreleased tracks, exclusives, and/or anything else. The slated but still yet to be confirmed release date is on September 26th, 2016. We will have more later as details are made available. What a bummer!

 

A RockHaven News Report by Erik Gibbons

Happy 10th Anniversary, Sumerian Records!

It is with great honor that we at RockHaven.Net wish Sumerian Records a Happy 10th Anniversary!

Beginning on October 25h,2016 and lasting all the way until early-December, Asking Alexandria will co-headline a commemorative 10th Anniversary tour with Born Of Osiris, along with support from I See Stars, After The Burial, and Upon A Burning Body, as well as Bad Omens.

Asking Alexandria are currently touring in support of their latest release, The Black. I See Stars recently released their latest album, Tree House, while After The Burial is still working on their upcoming album, Dig Deep. Upon A Burning Body‘s latest release came in 2014 with The Whole World Is My Enemy Now. Bad Omens is also slated to re-issue their Sumerian Records self-titled debut album on August 19th. Please look at all of the tour dates below:

10/25 — Seattle, Wash. — Showbox Sodo
10/27 — Spokane, Wash. — Knitting Factory
10/28 — Boise, Idaho — Knitting Factory
10/29 — Salt Lake City, Utah — The Complex
10/31 — Omaha, Neb. — Slowdown
11/1 — Chicago, Ill. — House of Blues
11/4 — Cleveland, Ohio — Agora Theatre
11/6 — Montreal, Quebec — Metropolis
11/7 — Toronto, Ontario — Phoenix
11/9 — Buffalo, N.Y. — Town Ballroom
11/10 — Philadelphia, Pa. — The Electric Factory
11/11 — Portland, Maine — State Theatre
11/12 — Worcester, Maine — The Palladium
11/14 — New York, N.Y. — Webster Hall
11/15 — Clifton Park, N.Y. — Upstate Concert Hall
11/16 — Baltimore, Md. — Ram’s Head Live
11/18 — Norfolk, Va. — NorVa Theatre
11/19 — Charlotte, N.C. — Amos Southend
11/20 — Orlando, Fla. — The Plaza Live
11/21 — Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. — Revolution Live
11/23 — Tampa, Fla. — The Ritz
11/25 — Houston, Texas — Warehouse Live
11/26 — Corpus Christi, Texas — Concrete Street Amphitheater
11/27 — Dallas, Texas — The Bomb Factory
11/28 — Lubbock, Texas — Lonestar Pavilion
11/29 — Albuquerque, N.M. — El Rey Theater
12/1 — Las Vegas, Nev. — Brooklyn Bowl
12/2 — San Diego, Calif. — SOMA
12/3 — Los Angeles, Calif. — The Wiltern
12/4 — San Francisco, Calif. — The Regency Ballroom
12/6 — Scottsdale, Ariz. — Livewire

A RockHaven News Report by Erik Gibbons

DevilDriver delivers with monstrous ‘My Night Sky’ music video

     DevilDriver just unleashed their music video for My Night Sky which is one of the tracks on their latest album, Trust No One. This is visually one of their best videos to date. The song itself features a very catchy and groovy rhythm while also bearing a chorus that will catch the ear of any listener. Check out the video at the link below and purchase Trust No One wherever music is sold.

 

My Night Sky: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRJQeyoGLg4&feature=youtu.be

 

A RockHaven News Report by Erik Gibbons

My Chemical Romance is teasing us.

If you’ve been on any form of social media within the past day or two and happen to follow My Chemical Romance, then you’ve probably noticed that something is going on. Over at MCR‘s Facebook page, you will notice that they’ve posted a new logo as well as a teaser that features the beginning chord for Welcome To The Black Parade which also features a cryptic date; September 26th, 2016 to be specific. This leads to all sorts of speculation that the band could be getting back together for either a one-off reunion or getting back together for good. A new album is also a possibility. Take this with a grain of salt as this is purely speculation at this point until that date is finally here. We will know more as details unfold.

 

A RockHaven News Report by Erik Gibbons

Korn performs new song ‘Rotting In Vain’ at Chicago Open Air (Video)

Korn played a brand new song called Rotting In Vain on Saturday (July 16th) during their set at Chicago Open Air at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois.

While fan-filmed footage is only available online currently, it was announced that on Friday, Jully 22nd, an official stream of Rotting In Vain will be available. Korn‘s upcoming twelfth studio album is currently slated to be released this Fall. Live footage of the performance of Rotting In Vain can be found in the link below.

Rotting In Vain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvCJhJ0igGg

 

A RockHaven News Report by Erik Gibbons

Megadeth release ‘Post American World’ video

Megadeth have released a music video for the track, Post American World,  that coincides with their latest album, Dystopia. 

As quoted on MetalHammer, Mustaine says: “Post American World was an eerie video shoot right from the beginning. Shot in just one day with only our guitars and drums, I knew that this was going to be amazing.

“There’s something to be said about the simplicity of an artist and only his guitar or drums. This is a less-is-more concept, and director Jake Macpherson nailed it.”

Megadeth also recently confirmed another string of North American tour dates with none other than Amon Amarth, Suicidal Tendencies, Metal Church, and Havok. The tour dates and a link to the music video can be found below:

Sep 20: Casper Events Center, WY
Sep 22: Las Vegas Joint, NV
Sep 24: Devore San Manuel Amphitheater (Ozzfest), CA
Sep 27: Seattle WaMu Theater, WA
Sep 28: Eugene Matthew Knight Arena, OR
Sep 29: San Jose City National Civic, CA
Oct 01: Bloomfield 1st Bank Center, CO
Oct 03: Council Bluffs Mid American Complex, IA
Oct 04: St Pail Roy Wilkins Auditorium, MN
Oct 05: Chicago Sears Centre, IL
Oct 07: Moline iWireless Centre, IL
Oct 08: Milwaukee UWM Panther Arena, WI
Oct 09: Detroit Loe Louis Arena, MI
Oct 11: Bethlehem Sandes Event Center, PA
Oct 12: Worcester DCU Center, MA
Oct 13: Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena, CT
Oct 14: Newark Prudential Center, NJ
Oct 16: Camden BB&T Pavilion, NJ

Post American World: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEkXyEIu3OU

 

A RockHaven News Report by Erik Gibbons

Meshuggah announces 2016 North American Tour with High on Fire

     Meshuggah has announced that they will be touring the U.S. with direct support from High on Fire. It’s worth noting that Meshuggah had previously announced that a Fall release date was slated for their new album, but it’s still unknown at this time whether or not that the album will be out in time to coincide with this tour. High on Fire will be supporting their latest album entitled, Luminiferous, which was released in 2015.

Check out the tour dates below to see if they’re coming to a town near you:

 

10/10 — Lake Buena Vista, Fla. @ House Of Blues*
10/11 — Atlanta, Ga. @ Tabernacle
10/12 — St. Louis, Mo. @ The Pageant
10/13 — Nashville, Tenn. @ Marathon Music Works
10/15 — Toluca, Mexico @ Knotfest Mexico*
10/16 — Houston, Texas @ House Of Blues
10/17 — Dallas, Texas @ House Of Blues
10/19 — Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Novo
10/20 — Las Vegas, Nev. @ Brooklyn Bowl*
10/22 — Elverta, Calif. @ Aftershock Festival*
10/24 — Denver, Colo. @ Ogden Theatre
10/25 — Lawrence, Kan. @ Liberty Hall
10/26 — Minneapolis, Minn. @ Mill City Nights
10/29 — Detroit, Mich. @ The Majestic
10/30 — Toronto, Ontario @ Phoenix Concert Theatre
10/31 — Montreal, Quebec @ Metropolis
11/02 — Boston, Mass. @ House Of Blues
11/03 — New York, N.Y. @ Playstation Theater
11/04 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ The Trocadero Theatre
11/05 — Sayreville, N.J. @ Starland Ballroom
11/05 — Silver Spring, Mo. @ The Fillmore
* no High on Fire

A RockHaven News Report by Erik Gibbons

Corey Taylor will be featured on Korn’s new album

Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman, Corey Taylor, is set to make an appearance on Korn‘s forthcoming 12th studio album. Guitarist, James ‘Munky’ Shaffer, was quoted telling Metal Hammer that Corey is “really loose” on the song that he is featured on and even went on to say that this is one of the heaviest albums that Korn has ever recorded. Since Brian ‘Head’ Welch‘s return to Korn, it is the second album to feature him respectively with the first being 2013’s The Paradigm Shift. This should be very interesting and quite different. More details to come as they unfold.

 

A RockHaven News Report by Erik Gibbons