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10/5/2012

  • Alter Bridge/Creed guitarist Mark Tremonti's solo show on Wednesday night (October 3rd) in Kansas City was attended by a special fan: Eddie Van Halen. As previously reported, Eddie's son, Van Halen bassist Wolfgang Van Halen, joined Tremonti's group at the beginning of their tour as a last-minute replacement for Brian Marshall. Wolfgang tweeted after the show, "So glad my pop got to see the Tremonti gig tonight in KC!" Eddie has been recuperating from surgery for a severe bout of diverticulitis, which forced Van Halen to stay off the road for the next four to six months. See Wolfgang's backstage and soundcheck photos at http://tinyurl.com/93rucyj (HenneMusic)  Read more at Blabbermouth  Check out a pic at Ultimate Classic Rock  Check out an interview with Wolfgang Van Halen on how he landed the gig at Blabbermouth
 
  • The final film in the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn Part 2, will arrive on November 16th and, like the four previous movies, be accompanied by a star-studded soundtrack. Leading the lineup will be Green Day with a track called "The Forgotten," while other artists include Feist, Passion Pit, Christina Perri and many more. Green Day bassist Mike Dirnt told Yahoo, "When we were asked to be part of the soundtrack, we readily agreed because the films are an insane cultural phenomenon, and we have always been impressed with the way the Twilight soundtracks are so carefully curated." The soundtrack album arrives on November 13th. (The Playlist)  Read more at Spinner
 
  • No Doubt has settled its lawsuit against Activision over a feature in the game Band Hero that allowed players to perform the songs of other artists while using avatars of the members of No Doubt. The band's lawsuit accused Activision of fraud, violation of publicity rights and breach of contract. The sides reached an out-of-court settlement on Monday, although the terms were not disclosed. (Rolling Stone)
 
  • Pearl Jam's Edde Vedder showed up in San Francisco on Wednesday night (October 3rd), where he joined Kings Of Leon onstage for a performance of the early Kings track "The Bucket." The Kings, as well as Pearl Jam, were performing at a corporate event sponsored by the Oracle computer tech company, called an Oracle Appreciation Event. (Consequence Of Sound)

CHECK IT OUT: Check out a 19-second clip of Vedder and Kings of Leon's performance from Wednesday night: 

 

  • Blabbermouth reports **UPDATE**: Jack Osbourne has posted the following message on his Twitter account regarding reports that he is getting married in Hawaii this weekend:  "I love how going to Hawaii with my mum for her 60th has turned into my wedding. Hahaha people are funny."  The original article follows below.  According to the New York Post, Ozzy Osbourne's son Jack will marry his fiancée Lisa Stelly this weekend in Hawaii.  "They just sent the invites out and are asking guests to sign non-disclosure agreements," an unnamed source told the PostJack, 26, revealed in an interview with Hello! magazine that he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis — the incurable neurological disease which attacks the brain and spinal cord — two weeks after he and his fiancée welcomed their daughter, Pearl Clementine.  "I was just angry and frustrated and kept thinking, 'Why now?'" he told Hello! "I've got a family and that's what's supposed to be the most important thing."  "The timing was so bad," he said. "I'd just had a baby, work was going great ... I kept thinking: 'Why now?'  "While I was waiting for the final results, I got really, really angry. Then I got really sad for about two days, and after that I realized: 'Being angry and upset is not going to do anything at this point — if anything it's only going to make it worse,'" he told Hello! "'Adapt and overcome' is my new motto."  Read more at Loudwire and Ultimate Classic Rock

 

  • Blabbermouth reports "Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live In Budapest" is a must–see concert experience by legends of rock QUEEN. It will be released on DVD, Blu-ray, 2CD+DVD Deluxe Edition and a 2CD+Blu-ray Deluxe Edition on November 6 in North America via Eagle Rock Entertainment.  Originally filmed in 1986, this momentous concert movie has been re-mastered in high definition and superb 5.1 Surround Sound. An amazing performance is now available to be seen in crystal clear HD clarity.  Also included on the DVD and Blu-ray is a new 25-minute documentary feature entitled "A Magic Year". This follows QUEEN from just after their historic show-stealing performance at Live Aid, London, on July 13, 1985, through the year leading up to the epic concert in Budapest. Using archive footage from rehearsals, interviews with the band in the studio and on the road during the Magic Tour — some of which has never been seen before — this fascinating feature has been specially created for this new release.  As part of the hugely successful 1986 Magic Tour that, poignantly, was the last to be played by the band with Freddie Mercury, QUEEN were for the first time able to include Hungary on the tour schedule. With three years to go before the fall of the Berlin Wall, this was the largest concert ever staged at the Népstadion, Budapest, and the first western rock concert staged in a stadium behind the then Iron Curtain. It was of such significance to the Hungarian authorities and film industry that a group of the country's top film cameramen and technicians were brought together to film it for posterity.  Staged for 80,000 ecstatic fans, the concert set includes favorite hits like "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", "I Want To Break Free" and "We Are The Champions".  "We're delighted that QUEEN fans across the world will finally have the chance to relive this amazing moment for the band," said QUEEN's Brian May and Roger Taylor. "We knew a stadium concert in Budapest was ground–breaking, but hadn't quite anticipated what a historic night it would turn out to be. The concert looks fantastic on the screen in all its digitally remastered glory and the documentary does a great job of setting the scene — it really was an extraordinary time in the band's history."

    DVD and Blu-ray track listing:

    * One Vision
    * Tie Your Mother Down
    * In The Lap Of The Gods
    * Seven Seas Of Rhye
    * Tear It Up
    * A Kind Of Magic
    * Under Pressure
    * Who Wants To Live Forever
    * I Want To Break Free
    * Guitar Solo
    * Now I'm Here
    * Love Of My Life
    * Tavaszi Szél Vizet Áraszt
    * Is This The World We Created...?
    * Tutti Frutti
    * Bohemian Rhapsody
    * Hammer To Fall
    * Crazy Little Thing Called Love
    * Radio Ga Ga
    * We Will Rock You
    * Friends Will Be Friends
    * We Are The Champions

    Extras: "A Magic Year" documentary

    Deluxe Package CD

    CD track listing: 1

    * One Vision
    * Tie Your Mother Down
    * In The Lap Of The Gods... Revisited
    * Seven Seas Of Rhye
    * Tear It Up
    * A Kind Of Magic
    * Under Pressure
    * Another One Bites The Dust
    * Who Wants To Live Forever
    * I Want To Break Free
    * Looks Like It's Gonna Be A Good Night - Improv
    * Guitar Solo
    * Now I'm Here

    CD track listing: 2

    * Love Of My Life
    * Tavaszi Szel Vizet Araszt
    * Is This The World We Created...?
    * (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care
    * Hello Mary Lou (Goodbye Heart)
    * Tutti Frutti
    * Bohemian Rhapsody
    * Hammer To Fall
    * Crazy Little Thing Called Love
    * Radio Ga Ga
    * We Will Rock You
    * Friends Will Be Friends
    * We Are The Champions
    * God Save The Queen

 

  • Blabbermouth posts Leslie Michele Derrough of GlideMagazine.com recently conducted an interview with DOKKEN frontman Don Dokken. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below.   GlideMagazine.com: You have said that people should not listen to [the new DOKKEN album] "Broken Bones" once, but to listen to it twice.  Don: Yeah, if you listen to it once, you won't grasp the gravity of what we were trying to accomplish. The second time you realize that all of the songs are kind of different and they have their own flavor and their own vibe, their own groove. It's not just nine songs the same old thing. I really worked hard. Jon [Levin, guitar] and I spent eleven months and wrote over thirty songs. Some of these songs we rewrote three and four and five times. I really pushed myself on this one. It's our last CD so I said, this has to be it. I want everything to be stellar.  GlideMagazine.com: Why is this your last DOKKEN CD?  Don: I want to do other projects. I want to do other things. I think I've said what I had to say in the DOKKEN style of music and I want to stretch out a little bit and do other things.  GlideMagazine.com: Some musicians don't want to leave their comfort zone.  Don: No, I'm the opposite. I always want to try something different. I'm going to start working on an album with Michael Schenker. It's going to be fun. He's a great guy and he put out a few acoustic CDs. I saw him last month in Bulgaria and he says, "Don, we've always been talking about doing an acoustic record." And I said, "Yeah." So he gave me a couple of his albums that are just instrumental and I said, "Why don't I take them home and see if I can write lyrics and sing over the songs?" And it's coming out really great. It's not rock, it's a kind of chill record.   GlideMagazine.com: When all the things were happening between you and [former DOKKEN guitarist] George Lynch, with the turmoil and the tension, did you ever think about giving up on this business and just saying, "I'm done. I'm tired of all this fighting"?  Don: No. I mean, I just thought, I'm done, I'm tired of playing with George. Because here we were at the top of our careers, we're becoming superstars, and every day we should've been kissing the ground and saying, "Thank you, God, for this blessing that we've been so lucky to have a successful career and you've got one guy in the band that's like completely always trying to make it unpleasant and miserable." It was really sad, you know. He ruined my dream because he just complained constantly. I think it was just his personality. Some people thrive on misery and I don't. And that was our big problem, with George and I. So yeah, when I broke the band up in 1988, I said, "I just can't take it anymore." We're doing great, we're playing stadiums, hundred thousand people a day, and every day there's a problem, every day there's complaining, every day there is drugs and arguments and it just made it a really unpleasant experience. It's kind of sad.  Read the entire interview from GlideMagazine.com.  Read more at Classic Rock

 

  • Blabbermouth reports according to ArizonaRepublic.com, Alice Cooper's The Rock teen center, which inspired him to launch his annual Christmas Pudding concerts in 2001, will have its grand opening festivities on Saturday, October 6 in the Rock at 32nd Street, on the southeastern corner of Thunderbird Road and 32nd Street, in Phoenix, Arizona. The 22,000-square-foot The Rock teen center was built in partnership with Genesis Church and Cooper's Solid Rock Foundation and is meant to offer teens an outlet for their creativity and get them off the streets. It's expected to expand to 60,000 square feet by the time it's finished.  Right now," Cooper tells ArizonaRepublic.com, "it's great. There's a dance studio. There are all these rooms filled with drums and guitars and basses from Fender. And then, there's a whole area where they can just play video games or ping pong."  Asked if the center, which started offering programs in May, is what he envisioned, Cooper says, "It really is. It's amazing. There are 100 kids in here every night. They come in after school and do their homework here. They cannot wait to get down here and learn more guitar or more drums or more bass."  Read more from ArizonaRepublic.com.  Read more at Noisecreep

 

  • Blabbermouth reports "Just A Beautiful Day", the new video from Canadian rockers DANKO JONES, can be seen below. The black-and-white performance clip was shot by The Diamond Brothers, who previously worked with the band on past videos as well as the recent documentary, "Bring On The Mountain".  "We did so much with the last record in terms of stars and storyline and it was a big to-do that I think the only natural thing to do was to take it back," the band's frontman and namesake told Loudwire. "If we tried to follow up on what we did for the last record with all the celebrities and stuff, we'd just become like that band that has all the famous people in their videos — more famous than them. So it was good to just take it a step back. It's cool. I definitely like it."  Just A Beautiful Day" comes off DANKO JONES' new album, "Rock And Roll Is Black And Blue", which will be released in North America on October 9.  Over the course of six full-length albums, DANKO JONES has forged a singular sound that draws equally from the blues, '60s garage, '70s hard rock, '80s hardcore, punky power-pop, Scandinavian metal, and classic stand-up comedy records without ever being fully defined by any of those sources. But while built from the same rudiments, each DANKO JONES record possesses a distinct sonic identity. "Born A Lion" (2002) brought the boogie and sledgehammer soul; "We Sweat Blood" (2003) was, by contrast, more anxious and aggro. "Sleep Is The Enemy" (2006) wielded the sharpest hooks. "Never Too Loud" (2008) was as slick as "Below The Belt" (2010) was stripped-down. But, compared to all that's come before, "Rock And Roll Is Black And Blue" is, hands down, the most emotional and, as a result, the most epic DANKO JONES album to date.   Now, don't be scared off by those E-words — there's not a children's choir, orchestra or piano ballad to be found within a 500-mile radius of this album. But what you hear on "Rock And Roll Is Black And Blue" is the DANKO JONES ideal blown up to skyscraping proportions, resulting in 13 tracks that are bolder, brasher, and brawnier than anything they've attempted before. The album is produced in full by their longtime partner in crime Matt DeMatteo and was mixed by Mike Fraser, known for his work with AC/DC, AEROSMITH, FRANZ FERDINAND and ELVIS COSTELLO, to name a few. It is also the first album recorded with "new" drummer Atom Willard — the sixth person in DANKO JONES history to hold the "drummer" title, but the first to stand on equal creative footing with Danko and his longtime foil, bassist John "JC" Calabrese. The man's résumé speaks for itself: Not only was Willard the driving percussive force behind Danko's all-time favorite San Diegan garage-punk armada ROCKET FROM THE CRYPT, he's also been keeping time for the multi-platinum likes of THE OFFSPRING, SOCIAL DISTORTION and ANGELS & AIRWAVES, so he knows how to drum his way around a massive tune.  The new DANKO JONES album follows the June release of "Bring On The Mountain"— a two-disc DVD featuring a 90-minute documentary, a short film, exclusive live clips from around the world and all the music videos they have ever done. A lengthy European tour scheduled for October/November was announced during spring. Tour dates in Canada, U.S. and Australia will be announced soon, with more European touring and a busy festival summer in 2013 also on the horizon.  Read more at LoudwireClassic Rock and Spinner

 

  • Blabbermouth reports On Tuesday, February 5, 2013, The End Records will release the highly anticipated sixth studio album from U.K. post-hardcore veterans FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND.  Titled "Conduit", it's the follow-up to 2011's critically acclaimed "Welcome Home Armageddon" and is the first album since the addition of new drummer Pat Lundy. FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND chose to work with producer Romesh Dodangoda (MOTÖRHEAD, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, LOSTPROPHETS) again after their success partnering on the band's last couple of records. Vocalist Matthew Davies-Kreye speaks of their working union, "To me, he gets our individual personalities and works his magic with each of us, making sure that we're all comfortable with what we have to do for the record."  "Conduit"is an album about being in a band and the title reflects what that means to the members of FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND. As Matt puts it, "Five people on a stage, a conduit for the message and the music, delivering that to people who want to listen in, be a part of whatever it is that we're doing and being involved. It's purely about delivering the message.  "After 10 years of being a band, we see how much what we've done has affected people who care about our stuff. Whether it's lyrics or whatever, these songs transcend us and become something more to a lot more people. It sounds lofty, I know, but that's how it feels to us when we meet the folks who dig our band and who treat these songs with so much love and respect. It blows our minds constantly."  The first single from the album, "Best Friends And Hospital Beds", will be released in the U.K. on November 12, following the band's appearance at the now-sold-out Vans Warped Tour U.K. date at London's Alexandra Palace on November 10.  Read more at Loudwire

 

  • Blabbermouth reports Dutch female-fronted symphonic metallers EPICA are featured on the "Acoustic Dance Sessions" compilation album, featuring artists from different genres contributing exclusive acoustic cover versions of popular dance hits. EPICA recorded a cover version of ALEXIS JORDAN's "Happiness" for the CD, which also features TRIGGERFINGER and MILOW with their covers of LYKKE LI and 50 CENT, respectively.  "Acoustic Dance Sessions" is being released on October 5 via iTunes.  EPICA will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a special performance, dubbed "Retrospect", which will take place on March 23, 2013 at Klokgebouw in Eindhoven, Holland.  "Retrospect" will be EPICA's most ambitious project to date, joined by a 70-piece symphonic orchestra and choir, international guests and lots of special effects.   Specially for this show, EPICA will be joined by the Hungarian Extended Remenyi Ede Chamber Orchestra and Choir of Miskolc National Theatre, the same orchestra and choir with whom EPICA recorded the highly acclaimed live album "The Classical Conspiracy". This anniversary show will be a "Retrospect" on EPICA's career and will contain all trademark elements you can expect from EPICAEPICA's fifth full-length album, "Requiem For The Indifferent", sold 4,800 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 104 on The Billboard 200 chart. The band's previous CD, "Design Your Universe", opened with 2,100 units to land at position No. 12 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.  "Requiem For The Indifferent" was released on March 9 in Europe and four days later in North America via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was recorded at Gate Studio in Wolfsburg, Germany under the watchful eye of Sascha PaethEPICA will embark on an extensive North American tour this fall. Support on the trek will come from ALESTORM, INSOMNIUM, SYSTEM DIVIDE and DESTINY POTATO.

 

  • Blabbermouth reports guitarist Luca Turilli of Italian "cinematic" metallers LUCA TURILLI'S RHAPSODY has issued the following update:  "Some days ago, my girlfriend Nadia received a phone call from Laurence, the wife of [LUCA TURILLI'S RHAPSODY guitarist] Dominique [Leurquin]. I understood from Nadia's tears that something terrible just happened. A river of blood and then the dramatic run to the hospital with Dominique almost dying for all the blood he shed. Three hours of surgery and the risk to lose the left hand definitely. I could simply not believe it."  Dominique injured himself while working at home with a circular saw. After a complicated surgery and everyone fearing that it would be difficult for Dominique to play his beloved instrument ever again, the doctors had more optimistic words to describe the situation, recommending a long period of rehabilitation and predicting major problems related to the thumb only. Therefore, it appears that Dominique will once again be able to play the guitar, and possibly sooner than one might expect.  Since LUCA TURILLI'S RHAPSODY was in the middle of preparations for its upcoming tour, an important decision was made: to not replace Dominique with another guitar player but to simply add his parts to the backing tracks at lower volume and mixed on the right side, as if he were up on stage performing with his bandmates.   Commented LUCA TURILLI'S RHAPSODY bass player Patrice Guers: "Dominique, for us, is more than friend. He is a real brother and everybody knows how important was for him this first tour as official member of RHAPSODY. It is just not possible to replace him and we won't do it! When Luca communicated this to Dominique, he almost shed some tears for the happiness, so much he appreciated this decision."  Added drummer Alex Landenburg: "No matter if it will take six months or one year to have Dominique back with us on stage, what is sure is that we'll wait for him as he is a fundamental member of our band. Surely won't be the same to go on stage without him!"  Said singer Alessandro Conti: "Every show of this tour will be dedicated to our brother. I know Dominique since some months only but I can tell you that I already love him for his talent and for being a man of great value."  Due to the recent events, the release of LUCA TURILLI'S RHAPSODY's new cinematic ballad "Fantasia Gotica" will be postponed until after the tour.   A video for the song "Clash Of The Titans" (Walking Dead Remix) will be be made available next week.  LUCA TURILLI'S RHAPSODY's "Ascending To Infinity Cinematic Tour" will launch in early November with support from FREEDOM CALL, ORDEN OGAN and VEXILLUM.   Read more at Noisecreep

 

  • Blabbermouth reports guitarist/vocalist Adam "Nergal" Darski of Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH has just released his autobiography, "Sacrum Profanum", in Poland. The book, which was previously described by Nergal as "a really long in-depth interview," is initially only available in Polish.  Commented Nergal: "[The book] looks fuckin amazing and I'm shopping around trying to find a SOLID publisher abroad (specializing in rock literature) who'd be willing to release it in 2013. Translation is in progress. If you know any, please contact me at this e-mail address: nergal@behemoth.pl."  The "Sacrum Profanum" cover photo was taken by Ivo Ledwozyw, with post-production by Seth Siro Anton (PARADISE LOST, KAMELOT, MOONSPELL, SOILWORK, EXODUS, JOB FOR A COWBOY, DECAPITATED, VADER).  Several promotional clips for "Sacrum Profanum" were recently directed by Dariusz Szermanowicz of Polish producers Grupa 13, with whom Nergal previously collaborated on the BEHEMOTH videos "At The Left Hand Ov God" and "Ov Fire And The Void".  The trailers were scripted by Nergal and are "little portraits of certain chapters of the book," according to the BEHEMOTH frontman. The clips show Nergal reading excerpts from the autobiography as well as acting out parts of stories that he describes as "some funny, some sad, some evil — some related to the band, some not." The series of trailers are in the Polish language with English subtitles.  An excerpt from the book (in Polish) can be downloaded at this location.  In December 2010, Darski underwent a bone marrow transplant procedure after being diagnosed with a life-threatening form of leukemia.

 

  • Blabbermouth reports after a rigorous selection process, a joint Hanover-Hamburg investment group with strong music industry ties has secured the acquisition of SPV GmbH and all related brands and labels, as well as its complete catalogue consisting of over 1,600 album titles. This development paves the way forward to the continuation of SPV as a global music business player.  The new owners' concept will incorporate the stabilization of SPV's traditionally rock roots (MOTÖRHEAD, KAMELOT, SODOM, MAGNUM, etc.). A strong emphasis will be placed on real artists and real bands — from singer-songwriters to hip-hop — raising the companiy's profile and developing new income streams within the music and entertainment business.   Additionally, a modern branch of fresh new German rock has already started to bear first fruit. With its first release for SPV, the young successful label Rookies And Kings under the leadship of Stefan Harder, entered the German album charts with the band MONO INC. at an impressive #6. The label's biggest act, namely the South Tyrol rock band FREI.WILD, will release their new album, "Feinde deiner Feinde", through SPV on October 5, which is highly anticipated to top the album chart.  To accomplish the set goals effectively, SPV has also invested in A&R know-how in the form of Wolfgang Funk, whose impressive pass signings (HIM, GUANO APES, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, WITHIN TEMPTATION) have won him notoriety within the music business. The 25-year-old Martin Lanzerath, manager of Mimi Westernhagen and Felix Mayer, will be also responsible for more fresh wind at SPV.  Under the managing directorship of Errol Rennalls, the company in the near future will be relocated to the Peppermint Pavilion, ExpoPark Hanover, with its modern facilities and first-class ambiance, including recording studios, event hall, restaurant, office and meeting areas.

 

  • Blabbermouth reports after nearly two years of nonstop live demolition, West Coast gore-torn death metal goliaths EXHUMED recently entered the studio to record to the follow-up to 2011's "All Guts, No Glory". The band is currently tracking drums at Trench Studio in Corona, California with John Haddad (HIRAX, ABYSMAL DAWN, INTRONAUT). Everything else will be laid down at Arcane Digital Recording in Chandler, Arizona with Ryan Butler (MISERY INDEX, LANDMINE MARATHON, PHOBIA). The as-yet-untitled longplayer is expected to offer up ten tracks of audio sickness, including "Carrion Call", "Sickened", "The Rotting" and "Coins Upon The Eyes", and will be released via Relapse Records sometime next year.  Comments vocalist/guitarist Matt Harvey of the new material: "We're super psyched to be back in the studio working on a new record. The songs we've worked up are a bit darker and more open this time around, but, of course, built on the same disgusting foundation we've been repulsing people with for years. It's a really natural progression from 'All Guts...' and it's a lot of fun to work with the lineup that's done all the touring. It feels a lot more like a 'real band' situation this time around.   "There will be periodic studio reports on our blog, if you want to stay abreast of all the excruciating details.  "We can't wait to get this thing ready to assault your ears!"  EXHUMED 2012 features the smoldering lineup of Harvey alongside bassist Rob "Body Bag" Babcock, drummer Mike Hamilton and guitarist/vocalist Bud Burke, who played bass with the band from 1999 to 2004 and recently rejoined the legion for their live rituals on this year's Summer Slaughter Tour.  In related news, EXHUMED previously announced live takeover of Japan with death metal legends CANNIBAL CORPSE will commence on October 15 in Tokyo and serve as a warm-up to the band's five-week North American Tour with NAPALM DEATH and MUNICIPAL WASTE.

 

  • Loudwire reports Andrew W.K. to send million-volt keyboard solo through magician David Blaine’s body

 

  • Loudwire reports Coheed and Cambria delay "The Afterman: Ascension" deluxe edition packages

 

  • Loudwire reports BaronessJohn Baizley: "I’ve Been Broken Down to the Basic Physical Functions of a 2 Year Old"  Read more at Classic Rock

 

  • Loudwire posts the top 20 rock songs for September 29th - October 6th

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Classic Rock reports why Deep Purple and Thin Lizzy supergroup didn’t take off

 

 

 

 

  • Noisecreep posts photos of hanging with Attika 7's Rusty Coones at his customized motorcycle shop 

 

  • Noisecreep posts video of Redlight King showing his journey to "Uproar 2012"

 

  • Noisecreep posts a trailer for Life of Agony's Alan Robert teams up with gangster film icon in "Killogy" comic series

 

  • Noisecreep posts video of Coheed and Cambria playing a special club gig, and interview with Claudio Sanchez

 

  • Spinner posts an interview with The Tragically Hip on their new album

 

  • Spinner posts artists who have died on stage

 

  • Rolling Stone posts the premiere of Paul McCartney, "I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter"

 

  • Rolling Stone wants yo know, what is the best Led Zeppelin song?

 

  • Blabbermouth posts a Led Zeppelin "Celebration Day" teaser with Kahmir

 

  • Blabbermouth posts behind-the-scenes video of Korn drummer Ray Luzier's Pittsburgh homecoming show

 

  • Blabbermouth posts video footage of Thousand Oaks guitar clinic from George Lynch

 

  • Blabbermouth posts the fourth "Afterglow" webisode from Black Country Communion

 

  • Blabbermouth posts the first photo of the new Nightwish lineup

 

 

 

 

  • Blabbermouth posts performance footage from Slash on "Conan and Twisted Sister in Vegas"

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