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Ox’s Blog: Fight Bullying and Suicide with Jonathan Davis of Korn

January 19th, 2017

Jonathan Davis, lead singer of Korn, just started a campaign to help combat bullying and suicide. Davis is selling a specially created t-shirt design with part of the proceeds going to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the Stomp Out Bullying organizations. You can see Davis’ Facebook post announcing the launch of the campaign […]


Ox’s Blog: Hump The Covers Off with Motionless In White – Chop Suey

January 18th, 2017

Motionless In White are on the End Is Here tour with Falling In Reverse. On Friday last week they were in Arizona where they dropped a cover of System Of A Down’s Chop Suey. I think they did a great job of keeping with the tone of the original, take a listen, what do you […]


Ox’s Blog: Metallica and Korn Maida Vale Sessions

January 17th, 2017

The Maida Vale studios in London have played host to some great short sessions with a ton of bands over the decades. Just recently we got two, Metallica and Korn! Check these live versions and interviews recorded at the Maida Vale studios below.


Ox’s Blog: Trippy New Video From Breaking Benjamin – Never Again

January 13th, 2017

Breaking Benjamin dropped a new video today for their latest single Never Again. The video is about three people who find some weird ass drug, lose their minds as they age rapidly and then disintegrate. Check it out!


Ox’s Blog: David Draiman Sings Immortalized High

January 12th, 2017

Early today Disturbed posted a video of them warming before a show in Glasgow and David Draiman decides to sing the tune Immortalized in a high chipmunk-esque voice. It’s weird, check it out!


Ox’s Blog: Hump The Covers Off with Iced Earth – Highwayman

January 11th, 2017

This week I am featuring a covers request from Shawn Rock. Iced Earth covered the tune Highwayman off their latest release Plagues Of Babylon. The track was originally released by singer Jimmy Webb but was also covered by Glen Campbell and then most famously by the supergroup The Highwaymen, which included Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, […]