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  1. Arctic Monkeys, Duran Duran honored at Silver Clef AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Reuters

    From heavy metal rockers Iron Maiden to classical singers Il Divo, musicians of all kind were honored at the O2 Silver Clef Awards on Friday, gathering for the annual luncheon that raises money for a British musical therapy charity. British rock band Arctic Monkeys scooped the "Best Live Act" award, winning the sole public vote of the event, which was held in London.

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  2. Bloodstock 2015: What can metal fans expect at the Derbyshire festival?Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | This is Derbyshire

    Calling all heavy metal fans! Download may be over, but Bloodstock is fast approaching. We spoke to Vicky Hungerford, who books the bands for the festival.

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  3. Metal Legend Rob Halford Talks With Alan Cox Show Monday 7/6 at 4:30Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WMMS-FM Independence

    Tune in on Monday, 7/6 at 4:30 to hear Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford talk with Alan about staying hungry, why metal gets no respect, and how the fans have kept them at the top of their game for 40 yrs. Email us a photo of you holding an Alan Cox Show sign in front of your face and sporting your best cleavage to alan@alancoxshow.com & we'll post it in our CLE-vage gallery.

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  4. Slash: Today's Rock Lacks A Sense Of Rebellion [News]Read the original story

    Thursday | Ultimate-guitar.com

    Guitar icon Slash recently said that today's rock artists are conforming to the music industry too much, causing a lack of rebellious rock spirit. He tells Radio Nova , "I think the music business itself sucks.

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  5. Bruce Dickinson 'better than ever' on new Iron Maiden album despite having cancer while recordingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NME

    Iron Maiden bass player Steve Harris has said that the band's new album was not affected by frontman Bruce Dickinson's cancer as he didn't know about it as they recorded. Bruce Dickinson was recently given the all-clear after cancer treatment .

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  6. Thor, The Heavy Metal Rocker And Not The Son Of Odin, Gets Docu Deal From MPIRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Deadline

    MPI Media Group has acquired all distribution rights to I Am Thor . It's not about the hammer swinging superhero, but rather a biographical film about Jon Mikl Thor , an unsung hero of the golden age of heavy metal, and his attempt at a comeback.

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  7. Iron Maiden Hail 18-minute 'Masterpiece' [News]Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Ultimate-guitar.com

    Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris has called " Empire of the Clouds " a "masterpiece" and says it's a complete departure from their previous material. The 18-minute track was penned by frontman Bruce Dickinson and will feature on their 16th record " The Book of Souls ."

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  8. Motorhead's Lemmy tells of pride at Scots rootsRead the original story

    Thursday | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. HE might be best known for fronting rock legends Motorhead, but Lemmy has revealed his pride at his Scots roots.

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  9. Rock star seeks reunion with man who bought his StratocasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Shetland Today

    The star of one of the biggest rock bands of the 1980s is on the hunt for a rare guitar he sold to a Shetlander when he was strapped for cash in the days before he became famous. Graham Oliver, one half of the loudest guitar duo in the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, sold his black left-handed Fender Stratocaster to a "Shetlander named Bill" in 1976.

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  10. Media WatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Tucson Weekly

    Among Tucson's national accolades of late - the New York Times singling out a certain style of architecture; recognition for its improving foodie scene - was a note in the Chicago Tribune that referred to community radio station KXCI FM 91.3 as a benchmark for the model, and for presenting quality music on the terrestrial band in general. A lot of the programming credit goes to Cathy Rivers, who was promoted to GM following the successful tenure of Randy Peterson.

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  11. Traffic advice for Somme paradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | UTV

    There is traffic disruption in east Belfast on Wednesday evening due to Battle of the Somme anniversary parade taking place. Known as the mini-twelfth, the parade is actually the oldest Somme commemoration parade in the world, according to the Orange Order.

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  12. Lady Gaga lands at JFK with messy updo and Iron Maiden T-shirtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Daily Mail

    The places time forgot: Vine-covered lost towns, ghost ships and forgotten mansions - the abandoned corners of the world revealed Stony-faced teen 'who raped and slashed teacher's throat' listens as lawyers demand 'poisoned' trial be moved because tributes have been 'too sympathetic to his victim' Josh Duggar 'facing civil suit from victim of his molestation forcing family to reveal scandal secrets under oath and name those who knew about and hid his offenses' Trumped up! Macy's 'drops' tycoon's clothing line over his anti-Mexican rant ...but it has no impact on the polls as his numbers soar Tiger Woods is 'dating' ex-wife of friend and fellow professional golfer: Report claims serial cheater started relationship with woman while he was still with Lindsey Vonn Hillary rakes in $45 million in less than three months, putting pressure on other Democrats to back off - and setting up a ... (more)

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  13. Ex-Maiden Singer Paul Di'Anno: There Hasn't Been A Good Band From Germany Apart From Rammstein [News]Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Ultimate-guitar.com

    Former Iron Maiden vocalist Paul Di'Anno branded Rammstein the only quality band ever to come from Germany. Explaining to Germany's WDR Rockpalast how he never intended to retire despite saying so , Di'Anno noted: "I wasn't gonna retire.

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  14. Iron Maiden has a Heart of GoldRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | WAAF-FM Brighton

    Normally when we think of Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson, we picture him onstage melting peoples eardrums with his ripping vocals. But recently, Bruce teamed up with London's Nordoff Robbins Organization to join in their music therapy for special-needs children.

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  15. Judas Priest to start UK tour in BradfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    ONE of the most popular heavy metal bands of all time has announced Bradford will be the first date of their upcoming UK tour. Judas Priest, who have sold more than 45 million records in a career dating back to the early 1970s, will play at St George's Hall in November for the first of six UK dates as part of their Redeemer of Souls tour.

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  16. Film review: 'Heil'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Philly.com

    ... sketch, for example) expanded to feature length with nary a moment's recovery time built in. From its heavy-metal opening, which flashes images of Hitler, warfare and stacked Holocaust corpses before leaping forward decades to find a Neo-Nazi ...

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  17. The a Metal Gods", back in Bucharest to a redeem the souls" of the Romanian audienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Nine O'Clock

    British group Judas Priest returns to Bucharest on July 1, in the new world tour promoting their album "Redeemer of Souls" launched last year after a recording break of six years. For their show at Romexpo, Rob Halford , Glenn Tipton , Ian Hill , Scott Travis and the newest member of the band Richie Faulkner will perform songs off their latest album, as well as the well-known "Metal Gods", "Painkiller", "Love bites", "Hell bent for leather", "Turbo lover" and obviously, the highly awaited "Breaking the law".

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  18. Slipknot brings back Knotfest with Judas Priest, Korn and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Redlands Daily Facts

    Tickets: Early bird general admission tickets $179 pit pass ; early reserved seat $99 ; early festival general admission $45 not including fees. There are additional camping options.

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  19. Singer David Draiman of heavy metal's Disturbed had enough of trolls, quits TwitterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Digital Trends

    David Draiman may not be a household name unless you're into heavy metal music. But the frontman for the band, Disturbed, was very active on Twitter and had a sizeable following.

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  20. The Black Market - The Month In Metal: June 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Stereogum

    June was not especially kind to big-name metal bands. Its brightest moment for such acts came courtesy of Iron Maiden, who announced the impending release of their upcoming 16th studio album .

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