This time a decade ago, South Africa wasn’t exactly known for turning out hard rock bands. Now, a decade later, Seether have become one of the most successful and steadily consistent hard rock bands going. It all started on Aug. 20, 2002, when the group issued their ‘Disclaimer’ album, and it set them on the path to where they are today.
Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe is thrilled to be back onstage – so thrilled that he actually got in more stage time than what his band was allotted over the weekend. The vocalist took the opportunity to join Prong onstage during their set at Saturday’s Knotfest show in Somerset, Wis.
How much is a prize item like one of Les Claypool’s basses worth to you? Now add in the fact that he’s auctioning it off for his ailing two-year-old nephew who is suffering from a rare form of infant leukemia. After putting the bass on the block, the Primus leader found out just how much it could get, as the auction just ended with the winning bid going for $50,599.99.
Black Veil Brides fans will have to wait a little longer to hear new music from the band. The group has revealed that their follow-up to ‘Set the World on Fire’ needs a little more seasoning, so therefore they’ve decided to push back the release from Oct. 30 to January 2013.
Night one of Slipknot‘s two-night, two-location Knotfest was everything fans had hoped it would be. The group pulled in a stellar lineup to play the Mid-American Motorplex in Council Bluffs, Iowa and left audiences with a night they’ll remember.
Green Day have mapped out a pretty significant chunk of music over the next six or so months, with a trio of albums dubbed ‘Uno,’ ‘Dos,’ and ‘Tre’ coming in succession and redefining the band’s sound. The group have reportedly had enough of the politically-based rock that dominated the last decade and have a different direction in mind.
Stone Sour‘s ambitious new double-disc release ‘House of Gold and Bones‘ is coming into focus. The first disc, ‘House of Gold & Bones: Part 1,’ is due Oct. 23, and the band has now revealed the full track listing.
Theory of a Deadman are in the midst of wrapping up their summer touring, but there’s still plenty of roads left to be traveled. The rockers are enjoying a solid run in support of ‘The Truth Is …’ album and show no signs of slowing down anytime soon, booking a new batch of dates that will carry them into mid-November.
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