Did you miss this week’s Midnight Metal? Hear something and wonder “who was that? That was AWESOME! ” Here’s what you heard on this week’s edition of Midnight Metal:

Once Human – Where the Bones Lie
Pestilence – Dehydrated
200 Stab Wounds – Masters of Morbidity

Candlemass – Scandinavian Gods
Pantera – Cowboys From Hell
As I Lay Dying – The Darkest Nights
Ten Thousand Teeth – Frostbite
Demon Hunter – The World is a Thorn
Attila – Rage
Epica – Death Is Not The End (ft Björn “Speed” Strid & Frank Schiphorst)

Behemoth – Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel
Coal Chamber – Big Truck
Lorna Shore – To the Hellfire



Midnight Metal News – November 18th 2022

The Lamb of God cruise lineup announced, a nu-metal festival is coming, Stryper refuse to let a power outage cancel their show, Will Ramos’ voice was once mistaken for Bigfoot and Nergal’s advice for new metal vocalists this week in Midnight Metal News!

Hate reading? Scroll to the bottom and Chuck Bean will read the news to you!

  • Lamb of God Cruise Line Up Announced

    Lamb of God announced last week the Headbangers Boat cruise due to leave dock next November.

    This week, they added eight more bands to the lineup, including Testament, Municipal Waste and Lacuna Coil.

    Read more here!


  • Nu-Metal Festival Announced

    On the Festival front, if you grew up listening to nu-metal, the Sick New World festival is set to take place on May 13.

    54 bands will descend on the Las Vegas Festival Grounds, led by headliners System of a Down, KoRn, Deftones and Incubus.

    Details here!


  • Stryper Perform Show Despite Power Outage

    A few weeks ago, at West Hollywood’s Whiskey A-Go-Go, the band Stryper had to make do without any power.

    The band took to the already setup stage with a snare drum and battery powered practice amps to make sure those in attendance still got a full experience while roadies and fans used the flash lights on their phones to light the stage. Vocalist Michael Sweet posted to Instagram, “well, that was a first! The power went out on Sunset last night 30 minutes before our set and came back on 30 minutes after our set!  It was one for the books…The light always shines in the dark.”

    Read more here!


  • Will Ramons’ Voice Was Once Mistaken for Bigfoot

    Will Ramos of Lorna Shore was a guest on Nik Nocturnal’s Twitch channel a few weeks ago and shared a story of having his voice mistaken for Bigfoot.

    “I went hiking on this walk by myself. I’m like, ‘I’m gonna just try my vocals out.’ There’s nobody out here. … I’m just gonna scream and see what I sound like.” Ramos recounted that after a few minutes a man walking his dog came up to him asking ‘Did you hear that?’ which Ramos said he hadn’t heard anything. A few minutes later the same guy found him and when asked what he thought was making the noise He said, ‘Listen, I don’t wanna say, but I believe in Bigfoot.’”

    More here!


  • Nergal’s Advice for New Metal Vocalists

    Chaoszine asked what advice would you give to young metal vocalists starting out of Behemoth’s Nergal and was met with a bummer of an answer. “Don’t start any bands. And I’m not even kidding here. Don’t do it. The world is overwhelmed with bands, with records with albums. There’s really no space there for anything. There’s only seven days a week. There’s too many tours around. There’s too many shows.” Nergal went on to detail how tours are suffering because people have less money and that young metalheads should finish university, travel, and enjoy life instead of taking up more space in the music industry.

    More details here!


  • Midnight Metal News as Heard on This Week’s Episode

    Here’s Midnight Metal News, as heard on this week’s show!