Fear Factory’s Physical Fight, Corpsegrinder Won’t Pay For Streaming Music, and More Stories You May Have Missed This Week
The MetalSucks Playlist — Week of April 10 – April 16, 2021
Did you miss some of this week’s top stories in the world of metal? Catch up below:
- Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher says he won’t pay for streaming music.
- Former Fear Factory singer Burton Seabell says the band’s 2009 reunion was “for money” and that he and guitarist Dino Cazares go into a “physical altercation.”
- Ted Nugent says the rioters at the Capitol weren’t Trump supporters — they were BLM and antifa pretending to be Trump supporters.
- Warner Bros. Records wanted Van Halen to change their name after Sammy Hagar replaced David Lee Roth.
- Lars Ulrich gave AC/DC’s Brian Johnson a tour of Metallica HQ.
- Watch Tool’s Danny Carey and Juston Chancellor perform “Ænema” for college students.
- Watch this 16-year-old cover Soundgarden for American Idol (and totally nail it).
- Dave Lombardo believes that Slayer never would have survived had they debuted in the Internet era.
- Just what the world needed: Saliva re-recorded “Click Click Boom.”
- King Crimson’s Robert Fripp and his wife, Toyah Wilcox, covered Judas Priest’s “Breaking the Law.”
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.