With the prospect of concerts returning at some point this year, here are the heavy albums we’re most looking forward to checking out in 2021.
Ice-T discusses Body Count’s Grammy nomination and looks back at 2020.
The late Power Trip frontman also had a library named in his honor.
Just to spite “social justice warriors” and Power Trip, who Trapt believe are to blame for the cancellation of one of their upcoming shows.
The Riley Gale Memorial Library will live at the Dallas Hope Center.
Trivium pay their respects to the Power Trip singer, who tragically passed away at 34 last week.
Gale was the lead vocalist of the acclaimed Texas thrash metal band.
The 11-song set was recorded in May 2018 at Neumos in Seattle.
Band members shot the video on cell phones while in quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sparked by Trapt singer Chris Taylor Brown’s racist rant defending Trump’s response to the COVID-19 crisis.
The Texan thrashers are working on the follow-up to their acclaimed 2017 album, Nightmare Logic.
A number of legendary acts are set to return with new albums as a new decade begins.