Chris Cornell Leads New Additions to ‘Budweiser Made in America’ Festival
The Jay-Z-led Budweiser Made in America festival has just announced the additions of Chris Cornell, the Hives, Gary Clark Jr., Run-DMC, DJ Shadow + more for the inaugural event.
Jonathan ‘JDevil’ Davis Joins Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson on ‘Twins of Evil’ Tour
For those of you who thought it couldn’t get any better than Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson touring together on the ‘Twins of Evil‘ tour this fall, we bring you news that another hard rock heavyweight is joining the run.
GWAR Singer Bows Out of Randy Blythe Defense Fund Benefit Show
GWAR vocalist Oderus Urungus, aka Dave Brokie, has regretfully announced his exit from an upcoming Randy Blythe benefit show that was due to take place Aug. 31 in Richmond, Va.
Primus Promise 3D Head Trip for Fall 2012 Tour
Primus tend to put on interesting shows as is, but this fall Les Claypool and company are pulling out the stops on a tour the singer/bassist says is “for the head.”
Godsmack Allow Look Inside the Studio for ‘Come Together’ Video
One of the more fun and interesting parts of Godsmack‘s ‘Live & Inspired‘ disc has been the cover songs they took on for the studio portion of the release. Having already shot up the charts with their take on Joe Walsh‘s ‘Rocky Mountain Way,’ the group is …
Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland Says Band’s Split Direction Is Coming Together for New Album
Given some of the lineup and representation changes for Limp Bizkit over the past year, it’s somewhat of a given that their future direction is more up in the air than ever. But guitarist Wes Borland has given a few clues as to what listeners might expect when they do return.
Adelitas Way Host a Group Date for ABC’s ‘Bachelor Pad’
Adelitas Way have taken part in several video shoots over the last few years, but for once they may not be the focal point of every camera at the shoot. That’s because their new video shoot is also serving as the backdrop for a date on Monday night’s episode of ‘Bachelor Pad’…
Papa Roach Showcase Making of Album Artwork for ‘The Connection’
When Papa Roach recently announced they had finished their album via a video chat, the guys also mentioned that the one detail that they frequently had the hardest time with was coming up with a title.
Anthrax’s Scott Ian Debates Gun Control in Twitter Rant
The shootings in Colorado this past week have stirred up a lot of emotions, and Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian is among those who has an opinion based not only on this one event, but certainly enhanced by it.
Rob Zombie Says Entitled Attitude Can Kill a Lot of Music Careers
Rob Zombie has a pretty solid grasp on the music industry at this point, having started with White Zombie and now spending over a decade as a solo artist, so he speaks from a place of knowledge and young rockers would be wise to be taking notes.
Volbeat Potentially Eyeing Late 2012 Start for New Album
Volbeat just keep chugging along and tearing up rock radio with songs like ‘A Warrior’s Call’ and ‘Still Counting,’ which begs the question of when we might see them move on to a new disc.
Slipknot’s Corey Taylor Calls Paul Gray’s Contributions ‘Almost Orchestral’
Slipknot‘s members may individually be tinkering around with ideas for new music, but singer Corey Taylor tells BBC Radio 1 host Zane Lowe that it will be a difficult task working without the creative force that was bassist Paul Gray.