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Here are the tour dates:

10/22    Toronto, ON | Kool Haus – Tickets
10/23    Quebec City, QC | Pavillon de la Jeunesse – Tickets
10/24    Montreal, QC  | Metropolis – Tickets
10/25    New York, NY | Roseland Ballroom – Tickets
10/26    Wallingford, CT | Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre – Tickets
10/28    Columbus, OH | LC Pavilion – Tickets
10/29    Detroit, MI | The Fillmore Detroit – Tickets
10/30    Chicago, IL | Congress Theater – Tickets
11/01    Kansas City, MO | The Midland by AMC – Tickets
11/02    Grand Prairie, TX | Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie – Tickets
11/03    Socorro, TX | Socorro Entertainment Center – Free Show
11/05    Denver, CO | The Fillmore Auditorium – Tickets
11/07    Tempe, AZ | Marquee Theater – Tickets
11/08    Los Angeles, CA | Hollywood Palladium * – Tickets
11/09    Oakland, CA | Fox Theater – Tickets
11/11    Kent, WA | ShoWare Center – Tickets
11/12    Vancouver, BC | Queen Elizabeth Theatre – Tickets
11/14    Edmonton, AB | Shaw Conference Centre – Tickets
11/15    Calgary, AB | Big Four – Tickets
11/16    Saskatoon, SK | Saskatoon Prairieland Park – Tickets
11/18    St. Paul, MN | Myth – Tickets
11/19    Milwaukee, WI | Eagles Ballroom – Tickets
11/20    Grand Rapids, MI | Orbit Room – Tickets
11/22    Sayreville, NJ | Starland Ballroom – Tickets
11/23    Boston, MA | House of Blues – Tickets
11/24    Philadelphia, PA | Electric Factory – Tickets
11/25    Pittsburgh, PA | Stage AE – Tickets
11/26    Silver Spring, MD | The Fillmore Silver Spring – Tickets


chuck-billy-1Testament’s new double disc live album and the DVD Dark Roots of Thrash recorded during their Dark Roots of Earth tour in February of this year. The record comes out this Tuesday (October 29th) and the voice of Testament Chuck Billy is in the Hangar to debut a bunch of tracks and talk all things Testament and thrash metal.


We will be going In The Vault this week with Testament’s upcoming touring partners Lamb of God. (Tour dates will be posted later this weekend)

slayer1The Testament to Slayer connection runs deep as Chuck will explain during this week’s Power Set featuring four select Slayer anthems.

Motorhead-Aftershock1Also Motorhead has returned with their 21st studio album entitled Aftershock. Lemmy proves his godly powers of metal with this week’s Then & Now with the classic “Ace of Spades” and the new tune “Heartbreaker.”

Then this week’s Heavy Metal Movie and Soundtrack Recommendation is from the height of Seattle grunge scene. This movie featured cameos from Soundgarden and Alice in Chains and Pearl Jam as the backing band for the main character. Don’t let that scare you this soundtrack features a couple metal gems, the movie is the only romantic comedy metal fans can relate to. The movie is Singles.

All this plus 3 hours of classic metal inside Hangar 19.



freed_randyThe trial of the Lamb of God frontman is no joking matter though and we can’t forget that someone did lose their life way too early.

In 2010 Daniel Nosek jumped on stage at a Lamb of God concert in Prague. Where it had been accused that Randy threw him off the stage. Please remember this is a metal show where people crowd surf and stage dive all the time. When Daniel hit the floor he suffered a head injury, one that later took his life. After some investigation the powers that be decided Randy was the one responsible for the head injury and therefore had commited murder. As riduclous as that sounds it’s what really happened. After 5 weeks in a Prague jail Randy came back home and was very optimistic about the entire situation and saying he would stand and fight to clear his name. Just before court started on what ended up being the final day he posted this via his instagram account:

“It’s a beautiful morning in Prague, & time for me to go to what is (hopefully) my final day in court here- supposedly judgement will be passed today & I will move on with my life in one direction or the other. Which direction that is, I do not know. I could walk free, or conversely go to prison for up to ten years. Such is my life right now, & I must stay in this moment until its resolution. Whatever happens to me, do not feel sorry for me, for I am at peace & refuse to feel sorry for myself. Life happens. Deal with it. Some people cannot understand why I have returned, saying I should not come back here. KNOW THIS, & mark my words well- it would be absolutely intolerable for me to hide from this situation. I am an innocent man, but a family suffers the loss of a son, a fan of my band. That is what this whole thing is truly about, not prison, not money, not politics, not ME- it is about a young man who lost his life at just 19 years of age. He will never come back, & it breaks my heart. I would not be able to sleep at night knowing that I did not behave honorably & try to give his family some answers. That would be disgraceful, and I do not wish to dishonor myself or my family by acting in such a cowardly manner. I was raised to face my problems head on. For me, this is BEING A MAN. I categorically refuse to live in a constant state of guilt & fear. I would rather die. My morality & convictions are not dependent upon unforeseeable circumstance, nor malleable when difficulty arises. So I walk this morning to court with my head held high, no matter what others opinions of me may be. I have to face myself in the mirror, & tomorrow morning, where ever I may wake up, I will be able to do that without regret. This is THE ONLY path to true freedom for me- peace within myself. This is the manner in which I choose to try my best to live my life, & I hope you all do the same- do your best to do what is right, no matter how difficult it may be. I promise you, this will bring you peace. I thank you all for your support, I wish you all a good day, & to quote one of my favorite movies: STRENGTH AND HONOR.”

After the verdict he then posted this comment along with this picutre:

Randy-Free1“I have been found not guilty & acquitted of all charges against me. I am a free man. This photo was taken by my friend @aceyslade- it says it all. Please remember the family of Daniel Nosek in your thoughts & prayers in this difficult time. I only wish for them peace. Thank you for your support- Randy”

Now the music communtiy has reacted

Pantera: “Congrats to our friend Randy Blythe! He was acquitted on all charges today.”

Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed: “So happy for Randy!!! z”

Duff McKagen of Guns n’ Roses/Velvet Revolver/Loaded: “So happy to hear about my bro @Lambofgodband Randy Blythe. The circumstances are brutal, but you were as stand up as could be possible. 

Machine Head: “The entire Machine Head family would like to congratulate Randy Blythe from Lamb of God on being found “not guilty” today. Incredible news! As with any band, all of our fans are important, and the tragedy that involved Daniel Nosek, who sadly died way too soon, will not be soon forgotten by anyone in the metal community. To his family who are still mourning Daniel’s loss, we offer our deepest sympathies, and these words…“this shall pass, be still and know”. Randy is a hell of a man. It took balls to do what he did. He could have hid, he could have just never left the U.S again, he could have went off the grid, he didn’t. He faced it head on. That speaks louder than a Marshall stack. Massive respect to him for his actions. The Czech Republic is an amazing place, incredible sites to see, and unbelievable metal fans, hopefully now the misdirected anger towards their country can end, because justice has been served.”

Overkill: “So glad to hear the verdict that our brother Randy Blythe has been acquiited of the manslaughter charges.”

Oderus Urungus of Gwar: “Glad to hear Randy Blythe has escaped the clutches of the infamous Czech justice system. Now he can get back where he belongs, blowing me.”

As for me, I couldn’t be happier for a true good guy in the world of metal Randy Blythe. Like the Machine Head statement said, he could have ran, he could have never left the states again, but it took it like a man, he stood up for what he believed in, and knew that in the end the right decsion would be made. Now time to cranks some Lamb of God, because “this is a mother f***** invitation and it’s the only one you’ll ever need.”


Heavy metal television 24/7. It sounds too good to be true, right?

But as we write this, “Give Me Your Soul” by the almighty King Diamond is streaming at, the world’s first 24/7 live streaming heavy metal television network.

From Lamb of God to Motley Crue and from Behemoth to Shinedown, Heavy Metal Television will bring both current and classic hard rock and heavy metal videos to your desktop, laptop or net ready flatscreen TV. Presented by young, talented VJs across the planet, no matter what your taste in hard music might lean toward, give the station a span of five videos and you’ll find a band that you love.

The site is 100% free, with no login necessary, no passwords to remember, no registration, subscription fees. None of that – you just point your browser to and start watching. It’s really as simple as that. Why complicate matters, right? And this metal show runs 24/7/365 with International Heavy Metal Week celebrated 52 weeks out of the year.

The music runs virtually nonstop with VJ interludes and limited minute long commercial breaks consisting of four or five 20 second music related ad clips. Saturday nights (PST) will feature a live concert and additional specialty programming is also being developed.

But hey, stop reading and start banging your head right now.

(And visit their Facebook page for the latest updates!)


Join Cutter inside Hangar 19 this weekend as we preview the most bad ass music festival to come to the U.S. It’s straight from the minds of Slipknot. Knotfest! We’ll hear from Sid Wilson and Clown from Slipknot about Knotfest during a Power Set of Slipknot tunes, a then and now from System of a Down singer Serj Tankian, we go in the vault with Machine Head and even play some Canibal Corpse during this week’s move and soundtrack recomendation. Also here music from The Deftones, Prong, Lamb of God (who have recently been added back on to the bill,) and other bands playing Knotfest. It’s Hangar 19’s Knotfest preview this weekend.