Phenomy, the thrash metal band from Lebanon, has released a new single, "Beyond The Wall Of Sleep (A Tribute To H.P. Lovecraft), off their latest album, "Syndicate of Pain". Right below you can read the press release and enjoy the accompanying video.

Press Release

Lebanese thrash/groove metal titans Phenomy have unleashed their blistering new album 'Syndicate Of Pain', out March 3rd 2022, along with harrowing animation video 'Lead Me To My Throne'. 'Syndicate Of Pain' is a concept album about an asylum ran by Dr. Anton Shuman, a mad scientist that is manipulating criminals and patients labelled insane in his facility. The album later reveals that these patients are not being cured, but are part of a bigger and darker project, that even Dr. Schuman himself is being deceived by. In the album is included the single “Beyond The Wall Of Sleep (A Tribute To H.P. Lovecraft)”.

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September 9, 2022. Save this date, since that's when Ozzy Osbourne will release his new album, "Patient Number 9". The album's title track features a guest appearance by legendary guitarist Jeff Beck and its music video, directed by artist and comic book creator Todd McFarlane, can be streamed below.

"Patient Number Nine" tracklist

01. Patient Number 9 (feat. Jeff Beck)
02. Immortal (feat. Mike McCready)
03. Parasite (feat. Zakk Wylde)
04. No Escape From Now (feat. Tony Iommi)
05. One Of Those Days (feat. Eric Clapton)
06. A Thousand Shades (feat. Jeff Beck)
07. Mr. Darkness (feat. Zakk Wylde)
08. Nothing Feels Right (feat. Zakk Wylde)
09. Evil Shuffle (feat. Zakk Wylde)
10. Degradation Rules (feat. Tony Iommi)
11. Dead And Gone
12. God Only Knows
13. Darkside Blues

Regarding Jeff Beck's contribution to the song, Ozzy said: "Having someone like Jeff Beck play on my album is just incredible, a total honor. There's no other guitar player that plays like him and his solo on 'Patient Number 9' is just jaw-dropping."

As for his renewed collaboration with Iommi, Ozzy said: "It was really great working with Tony. He's the riff master. No one can touch him in that respect. I only wish we had these songs for BLACK SABBATH's '13' album".





David Coverdale has been diagnosed with infection of sinus and trachea. So, Whitesnake were forced to cancel some shows of their ongoing Farewell Tour. This infection comes some days after the health problems of Reb Beach and Tommy Aldridge. Right below you can read Coverdale's announcement on the band's official website and social media.

"Dear WHITESNAKE fans around the world: We have been rocking our way across the globe on the first part of our Farewell Tour giving all we've got to you, the fans. The rigors of the road are the same for all of us and we have been trying to keep everyone healthy and safe. Unfortunately we have been hit recently with a couple of situations that we have been dealing with, the best we can. First our beloved band leader Reb Beach went down temporarily and he missed a couple of shows while he mended (and is much better now, by the way). Then the rock of our band, the Legendary Tommy Aldridge went down and we unfortunately were not able to play the Rock Imperium Festival in Cartagena this past Saturday (very regrettable and all apologies to our Spanish fans and friends). Tommy was bad enough at the time to have missed the first show ever in his career – The GOOD news is that he is feeling better and is anxious to get back out there to perform for all of you. Unfortunately I have now been hit hard as well. I started feeling a bit under the weather two days ago, and was just diagnosed with an infection of the sinus & trachea. The doctor recommends 5 days of no singing and bed rest. Sadly, that means that we are not going to be able to do the upcoming shows in Milan, Vienna and a decision on Zagreb [July 2] is about to be made. I'm very sorry to all the fans who had planned to come see our Farewell Tour in each of those cities – it's my intention to get better as soon as possible and be able to pick up with the remaining shows of the European Farewell Tour. You are all in our hearts!!".

Whitesnake are going to visit Greece in a few days. Let's wish David Coverdale a speedy recovery.

***update 1: Whitesnake's live show in Zagreb was cancelled too. "I am still under doctor's orders of bed rest" says David Coverdale.

***update 2:The rest of the Farewell Tour was cancelled "due to continuing health challenges". According to an official statement, posted on the band's social media, "It is with the deepest sadness that I must announce that due to continuing health challenges, doctor's orders, and our concern for everyone's health and safety, WHITESNAKE is unable to continue its European Farewell Tour. I extend my sincere apologies to All of WHITESNAKE's Amazing Fans who have been looking forward to the remaining scheduled shows of this tour, All of our Amazing, Fabulous Snakes & tour personnel who have been working so hard to put on these shows, and All of the promoters and other professionals who have helped set up the tour… I Appreciate & Love You All!!!".




Metallica donates over 135,000 dollars to flood disaster victims in Germany.

As heavy rains swept across Europe in July 2021, regions of Western Germany saw an entire month's worth of rainfall within just 48 hours. This downpour led to flooding and grave disaster, with at least 184 deaths reported.

In August of 2021, as a show of support for those affected and in conjunction with the 30th anniversary of The Black Album, Metallica released a limited-edition "Enter Sandman" single. This release was distributed on numbered, glow-in-the-dark seven-inch vinyl as well as a Maxi CD and three-inch PockIt CD — all available exclusively in Germany.

n partnership with Universal Music Germany, the band announced that all sales profits would go directly to the flood victims. Nearly one year later, as the construction work in the affected regions is still in full swing, Metallica's All Within My Hands foundation is donating 130,000 euros (approximately $137,000) to Aktion Deutschland Hilft.