Asking Alexandria’s Danny Worsnop Thanks Fans for Support During Sober Summer Touring
The Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival is over, and Asking Alexandria‘s Danny Worsnop got maybe a little more personal than expected while filming a post-tour wrap-up for the fans.
Metallica’s James Hetfield Gets Silly-Stringed and Pied for Birthday Celebration
Metallica had a great time recently in Mexico City, and nowhere is that more evident than in the latest video the band has posted online from their adventures south of the border.
Slipknot Offer Sneak Peek at ‘Road to Knotfest’ Video Content
Slipknot are now a week away from hosting their inaugural Knotfest in both Iowa and on the Minnesota/Wisconsin border, and they’re giving fans close enough another reason to attend and those who can’t make it a tease as to what they’ll get with the pay-per-view webcast.
Slash Will Continue Recording With Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators
Slash knows something good when he sees it, and the guitarist doesn’t plan to change things up again with his lineup. Slash put together a band after recording his debut solo effort with a number of guest singers, and that band carried over into his second set, ‘Apocalyptic Love.’
Insane Clown Posse to Challenge FBI’s Juggalo ‘Gang’ Classification
The juggalos are one of the most loyal fan bases in music, but would you consider them to be a gang? As the “Gathering of the Juggalos” takes place this week at Cave-in-Rock, Ill., Insane Clown Posse and their Psychopathic Records label have sought out legal council to investigate action…
Slipknot Reveal Final Knotfest Performers and Set Times
Slipknot is putting the final scheduling touches on their inaugural Knotfest event, powered by Rockstar Energy Drink, and the Midwest may never be the same afterward.
Soundgarden’s Matt Cameron: ‘We Were Totally Sick of Each Other’ in the ’90s
Soundgarden‘s split at the height of their success in the ’90s came as a surprise to many of their fans, especially given the fact that there wasn’t much trash talking or drama as they parted ways.
Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix Discusses Uproar Festival and Making ‘The Connection’
Papa Roach may be over a decade into their career, but that doesn’t mean the rockers are slowing down any. In fact, they’ve established themselves as one of the best live acts in the hard rock scene, with plenty of energy, a solid catalog of songs, and the drive to stay on top.
Slipknot’s Corey Taylor on Passing Out in Dallas: ‘I Basically Blacked Out’
Slipknot expend a lot of energy onstage, and earlier this summer it got the better of singer Corey Taylor, who passed out from heat exhaustion at the end of their performance.
Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix Ready to Rock as Uproar Festival Approaches
Just last month, Papa Roach singer Jacoby Shaddix detailed some vocal issues he was experiencing that needed to be treated before the Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival took place. With the tour just over a week away, the rocker updated us on his status.
Primus Frontman Les Claypool Offers Rare Bass for Auction to Benefit Ailing Nephew
It is not uncommon for rockers to step up and help out those in need, but when that someone is family, it takes on even more meaning for the musicians. That’s what is happening at the moment for Primus bassist/singer Les Claypool, who is parting with one of his prize basses in order to help ou…
Slipknot’s Corey Taylor Glad Randy Blythe Is Free and That Lamb of God Are Playing Knotfes…
The music community is definitely happy to have Lamb of God‘s Randy Blythe back in the U.S. after his recent jailing in the Czech Republic. The homecoming welcomes have been flowing in ever since, and Slipknot‘s Corey Taylor is one of the happiest rockers to see the singer back at home.