For a chance to win a free ticket to Sevendust’s upcoming Livestream Event on October 23, head over to Outburn’s Instagram to find out how to enter and win!
LISTEN TO THE EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE OF PYRITE SIDEWALK’S NEW EP EFFORTLESSLY SUBDUED ONLY ON OUTBURN.COM. San Francisco alternative rock four piece Pyrite Sidewalk has released a new acoustic EP. The Manic Kat Records outfit deliver stripped back, unplugged versions of three fan favorite tracks, on Effortlessly Subdued.
To preserve and celebrate the legacy of one of the greatest vocalists in rock and metal history, the Dio Returns tour features a holographic...
Halloween 2019 seems like a lifetime ago, when My Chemical Romance announced their December reunion show and sent scores of mid 2000s Hot Topic shoppers to emo heaven after a long six years of inactivity. What’s even harder to fathom is the fact that their last full-length outing, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, turns a decade old this year.
Horror rock band We’re Wolves released their hellish new music video and single for “Sell Your Soul,” straight from the underworld and into your headphones. The track is a sinful snippet into the depths of We’re Wolves’ upcoming full length album Evil Things set to release on October 22nd.
Having released their ninth studio album, Nowhere Generation, Chicago’s Rise Against has been out on the road over the summer supporting it, bringing along punk rock icons Descendents, as well as The Menzingers.
LACUNA COIL & ALL THAT REMAINS October 1, 2019 Regent Theater Los Angeles, CA Los Angeles welcomed quite a tour to its city—Disease of the Anima Tour featuring co-headlining sets from Lacuna Coil and All That Remains.
Chef Brian Tsao is not your typical chef. He loves his metal licks as much as his tasty licks. As the son of a Chinese father and Korean mother, he grew up in Flushing, Queens, NY into a family rich with Asian heritage and culinary traditions.
We tasked Cannibal Corpse’s freshly recruited new guitarist, Hate Eternal’s own Erik Rutan, to tell us some of his favorite songs to play from the band’s enviable back catalog.
In August, Outburn ran a feature on the Top 5 Underground Metal Record Labels, which was met with favorable praise (unless your label didn’t make the list). This time around, instead of a ranking system, we decided to focus more on the diversity of the different labels to spotlight our appreciation and give recognition to them. Because that’s really what the whole point of this is about, to get metal fans to check out the labels’ Bandcamp pages and their excellent rosters.