We are counting down the top 26 metal songs of all time this weekend inside Hangar 19. Why 26? Because we have 3 hours to fill and it sounded like a good number. This is the list to put all other “greatest metal songs” lists to shame. Agree with the list or not one thing will not be denied, the greatness of these songs and bands. Crank it loud and proud and enjoy the last Hangar 19 of 2012
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At this point this interview is a couple of months old, but with the recent announcement that Sid has taken the place of J Devil (Jonathan Davis from Korn) as the opening DJ on the Twins of Evil tour featuring Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson, there isn’t a better time for you to check out the latest edition of Hangar 19 Backstage.
Tour dates are listed below the video
10/11 Chicago, IL — Allstate Arena
10/12 Detroit, MI — DTE Energy Music Theatre
10/13 Bloomington, IL — US Cellular Coliseum
10/15 Youngstown, OH — Covelli Center
10/16 Rochester, NY — Armory
10/17 New York, NY – Hammerstein Ballroom
10/19 Camden, NJ — Susquehanna Bank Center
10/20 Uncasville, CT — Mohegan Sun Arena
10/21 Manchester, NH — Verizon Wireless Arena
10/23 Boston, MA — Agganis Arena
10/25 Atlanta, GA — Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood
10/30 Houston, TX — Reliant Arena
10/31 Dallas, TX — Verizon Wireless Theatre
Die your hair black, put on some guy liner and break out the pleather pants as we get gothic this weekend.
The band Paradise Lost has been going at it for almost 30 years as one of the original goth metal bands. They actually started out in London as a doom/death metal band but by the time their 2nd album Gothic was released the songs we’re starting to get the goth influence that is now so prevalent in their music. With a new album out and a now successful tour with Devin Townsend of the states behind them, lead singer Nick Holmes joins me to dive into their history and try to predict their future.
For this week’s Power Set our friends at Loudwire put together a top 10 list of the best Slayer songs. The top 4 from this list get played this weekend.
We have a Then and Now from Iron Maiden’s Steve Harris featuring a song from his new solo album British Lion. Check out the video for “This is my God” here
We are going In the (recent) Vault with Phil Anselmo of Pantera and Down for his rant on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
For our heavy metal move and soundtrack recommendation we prove that Rob Zombie isn’t the only rock and metal star to make horror movies. We take a look at Dee Snider’s 1998 horror movie Strangeland.
3 hours of classic metal each week inside Hangar 19