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Coronavirus, Gratitude, NHS -

Want to help raise funds for the NHS as well as rock out to some tunes? Well, today we've been informed about an amazing idea that has been brought to life by Dead Fall Artist/Band Management, Secret Sin Records & The Cage Studios. They have all worked together with over 80 incredible bands to put together a digital album for everyone to buy to help raise funds for the NHS. John D'Anter who is a graphics artist from Hastings, mostly known for his work with Lowlife Magazine and design work for multiple UK Goth/Alternative bands volunteered to do the artwork...

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Breaking News, Coronavirus, Slipknot -

Once again, sadly, the expected has happened due to the current Coronavirus Pandemic.  Slipknot announced today on social media that all 2020 events have been cancelled due to the current pandemic. This includes Knotfest UK, the Knotfest Roadshow in the United States and Knotfest At Sea. Knotfest UK was set to be the festivals first appearance in the UK and Knotfest At Sea would have been Slipknots first cruise show. The band finished their tour which was supporting their new album 'We Are Not Your Kind' in Europe earlier this year. The album itself reached Number.1 on multiple charts around...

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Breaking News, Coronavirus, Reading and Leeds -

It has been reported by Leeds-Live, an official news website in Leeds, that Leeds Festival 2020 which is apart of Reading Festival, has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The festival was set to have Rock giants, Rage Against The Machine as well as leading British Grime artist, Stormzy and Liam Gallagher, former Oasis front man. The news site reported that Braham MP, Alec Shelbrooke, has said that Leeds Festival 2020 will not be going ahead due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. This comes long after Glastonbury & Download Festival UK have announced their festivals will not be taking place...

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Coronavirus, Rammstein -

Rammstein front man Till Lindemann has been hospitalised in critical condition due to Covid 19.

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Coronavirus, Download Festival -

Sadly for all of us Download lovers, this years edition of the festival will not be taking place due to Coronavirus.  Download Festival announced the cancellation on their social media today: This years festival was set to be headlined by KISS, Iron Maiden & System of a Down. Download have said they are working closely with Ticketing Partners such as Ticketmaster, to ensure all customers receive their refund as well as an option to keep your ticket for Download 2021. Please keep checking your emails as they will contact you with your options. The full 2020 line up:

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