Cynic Bassist Dies, Bad Wolves Singer Accused of Assault, and More Stories You May Have Missed This Week
The MetalSucks Playlist — Week of December 5 – December 11, 2020
Did you miss some of this week’s top stories in the world of metal? Catch up below:
- Cynic bassist Sean Malone passed away at the age of 50.
- Bad Wolves singer Tommy Vext has been accused of assault by his ex-girlfriend. Vext denies the allegations.
- Job for a Cowboy’s Jonny Davy said the band used to be “the biggest posers in the world.”
- Watch Howard Jones nail a cover of Lynard Skynard’s “Simple Man.”
- Trapt were suspended from Twitter after their frontman defended pedophilia.
- David Silveria claims he hasn’t heard any of Korn’s songs since he left the band, but he might be lying.
- Here are 2020 “Spotify Wrapped” numbers for 161 metal, hard Rock and punk artists.
- Current and former members of Iron Maiden and Poison are collaborating on a new project.
- Suspect208, the band featuring the sons of members of Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, and Stone Temple Pilots, continue to sound like Velvet Revolver.
- MetalSucks readers say these are the best metal albums of 2020.
That’s all for now. We’ll check in periodically over the weekend as usual and be right back at it full-bore next week.