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Petition to Name Black Hole after Chris Cornell

Earlier this week, the very first image of a black hole at the center of galaxy M87, was captured by NASA and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration. It is just one of billions and billions of others that exist out there and everything about it, is terrifyingly fascinating. To say the least.

Just 2 days ago, music reporter Giuliana Jarrin from Quito, Ecuador created a petition to name a black hole after the late Soundgarden and Audioslave singer, Chris Cornell. I think it’s safe to say and that we can all silently agree that… well, it just fits… as ”Black Hole Sun” begins to echo through our minds. 🎶

We grow, thrive, struggle, feel, heal and most importantly, we connect through the art of music. It’s such a beautiful thing. It’s wonderfully mind blowing, how just one person can make such an impact in the world of music. In OUR world especially, and into the lives of SO many people. He painted through his voice, and through his lyrics, amazing works of art that we will carry with us the rest of our way. His voice was unlike anyone we had ever had the pleasure of listening to. His love and passion for music inspired us all and does so still…

It has been 2 years since Chris’s passing, however it feels like just yesterday when family, friends and fans were met with the sad news that Chris had come to the end of his journey here in this world. On to the next. How time flies… But in light of it all, he lives on through us and through everyone he has ever influenced.

We here at the Collective would like to take this moment to send all our love and appreciation to his family and those close to him. Thank you for sharing with us, all the times the world had in his presence.

Also, a warm kudos to Ms. Giuliana Jarrin for proposing such a fantastic idea. Give her a follow on Instagram and show her some love.

At this time, there are 21,000 signatures and counting. This will be one beautiful way to honor such a beautiful mind and soul. In honor of his life, his memory, his words, his voice and every drop of the pure inspiration and influence that filled our souls and mended our hearts… as he did then and continues to do now. You can sign too by clicking the link below.

Metal-Show Etiquette

We all know “THAT guy”, don’t we? The dude that has too many overpriced beers, hollers “Freebird!!” after every song, and generally does his best to ruin the night for everyone in his immediate proximity? Yeah, THAT guy.

Well, I sat down and thought about some of the things that he should focus on before attending any more shows. In fact, I bet all of us have broken at least ONE of these at some point. So check out this list of rock-show do’s and don’ts, and maybe we’ll all have a little better if a time at the next one.

1. Look Out For Kids!

Now, I believe that if a parent decides to bring their 4-10 year-old to a metal show, they do so with the understanding that there’s probably going to be some grown-up shit being said and done, and they can’t expect the rest of the crowd to sensor themselves. That said, if you see a small child around you, try not to trample them in the pit. They are metal’s next generation, after all!


2. Be a Door, Not a Wall.

Believe me, I’ve been at the back of the crowd before. I know how righteous it feels to set a pick on some yuppie trying to reclaim his spot at the front after a pee break. But guys, yuppies gotta pee, too! Plus you’re more likely to get beer spilled on you if you pull a Snorlax. If you wanna be up front, show up earlier!!

3. Heckling

This should go without saying, but no one payed money to hear you call the lead singer a douche-bag. You’re here for the headliner, we get it, now sit down, shut up and pretend to be a normal human being, as hard as that may be!

4. Getting too messed up/fighting

Ok, it’s hot, you’re thirsty, probably have to pee and you’ve been standing in the same spot for 2 hours waiting for your guys to hit the stage. I can see how someone bumping your elbow while passing you could break the camel’s back, I guess. Stop. Think. If you get booted for fighting, you just suffered all that discomfort for nothing. Let it go, man. Let. It. Go…..

5. Crowd surfers

Here’s another one that shouldn’t need to be brought up, but please, PLEASE, if a fellow ranger is being passed forward, do your part and help out. Don’t throw. Don’t drop. Be cool. And if it’s a female, NO GROPING!! C’mon, guys, that’s stage 4 creeper shit, and you deserve more than an ass-whoopin’ for it.


6. Be nice to the staff/security/Respect the Facility

We’re all here to have a good time, right? Well these people make it happen for us. FOR A LIVING! Try to put your authority issues aside for the evening and remember that when we leave, they’re staying back cleaning up after our sloppy asses. So make their job a little easier and throw your trash away, shake the bouncer’s hand and smile at the box office lady. Don’t cost nuthin’, so why not?

7. Moshing

Not a lot to say with this one, except READ THE ROOM. There are mosh bands, and there are no-mosh bands. No one at a Dave Matthews show wants a stray fist to the forehead! Use your best judgement, fellas.

8. If You’re in the Front Row, BANG YOUR FUCKING HEAD!!!

Here we are, the entire reason I thought to write this. I can’t stand to see people, chests to the barricade, last song of the set, eyes half shut and jaws on the floor looking like damn zombies. As much as the band is here to perform for you, as the only audience members they can see, you owe it to them to throw that energy back. If you can’t or don’t want to, get out the way! There are literally hundreds of people behind you that would be glad to take your spot. I mean, you paid for the tickets, so get excited for fuck’s sake!!


Look, I’m not trying to be preachy or anything, and please feel free to leave a comment, or an amendment, for that matter, if I’ve left something out or whatever. I just feel like concerts exist to give us a chance to be a community, one mass of like-minded individuals with one goal: to show support and admiration for the music we love. So I’ll leave you with a quote, and take it to heart…

Be excellent to each other.”

Bill S. Preston, Esq. & x Theodore Logan

Ear Candy


Clean those ear holes and come get your fill of this head banging goodness…

Her sultry vocals that flow with the dark and vibrant tones. Crunchy melodic riffs from the strings, the keen, resonant play of the drums, and the biting lyrics… raw with meaning, emotion, and attitude. Straight down to the core.


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__All That Remains + Attila 2019 Tour Schedule__


Feb. 28 — Reading, Pa. @ Reverb


March 1 — Halethorpe, Md. @ Fish Head Cantina

March 2 — Worcester, Mass. @ The Palladium

March 3 — Hartford, Ct. @ The Webster

March 5 — Clifton Park, N.Y. @ Upstate Concert Hall

March 6 — Syracuse, N.Y. @ Westcott Theater

March 8 — Indianapolis, Ind. @ The Citadel

March 9 — Ringle, Wis. @ Q and Z Expo Center

March 10 — Belvidere, Ill. @ The Apollo Theatre

March 12 — Minneapolis, Minn. @ Cabooze

March 13 — Milwaukee, Wis. @ The Rave

March 14 — Des Moines, Iowa @ Wooly’s

March 15 — St. Louis, Mo. @ Delmar Hall

March 16 — Sioux City, Iowa @ Anthem @ Hard Rock Hotel

March 17 — Lincoln, Neb. @ Bourbon Theatre

March 18 — Denver, Colo. @ The Oriental Theater

March 20Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Depot

March 21 — Billings, Mont. @ Pub Station Ballroom

March 22 — Spokane, Wash. @ Knitting Factory

March 23 — Boise, Idaho @ Revolution Music Hall

bfMarch 24 — Portland, Ore. @ Crystal Ballroom

March 26 — Sacramento, Calif. @ Ace of Spades

March 27 — Santa Ana, Calif. @ The Observatory

March 28 — Ventura, Calif. @ Ventura Theater

March 29 — Mesa, Ariz. @ Club Red

March 30 — Albuquerque, N.M. @ El Rey


April 1 — Austin, Texas @  Come and Take It Live

April 2 — Dallas, Texas @  Gas Monkey

April 3 — Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Diamond Ballroom

April 5 — Lafayette, La. @ The District

April 6 — Destin, Fla. @ Club L.A.

April 7 — Orlando, Fla. @ Hard Rock Live


Nothing More “The Truth” Tour Dates 2019

* without Badflower

03/03 – Chicago, IL @ House of Blues

03/06 – Grand Rapids, MI @ 20 Monroe Live

03/07 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE

03/08 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore

03/10 – New York, NY @ Playstation Theatre

03/11 – Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater

03/12 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues

03/13 – Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore

03/15 – Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore

03/16 – Atlanta, GA @ Buckhead Theatre

03/17 – Tampa, FL @ The Ritz Ybor

03/19 – New Orleans, LA @ TBA **

03/20 – Houston, TX @ House of Blues

03/22 – Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom

03/23 – San Antonio, TX @ Aztec Theatre


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