The Darkness have come out of retirement and will issue their third album sometime this year. Singer Justin Hawkins shared details about the unusual recording process for the release, as half was recorded in England and the other half in Nashville. There was a break in between sessions, since the band hit the festival circuit in Europe last summer to wear away any road rust.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony is tomorrow (April 14) and the once, former and current members of Guns N’ Roses are still making headlines regarding their imminent entry into the Hall up until the last minute. Did we expect any less?
If you are expecting an endless array and parade of hot babes in Van Halen‘s ‘She’s the Woman’ video, given the title, then you’re going to be disappointed. No hot chicks here. Instead, the video is full of compiled footage of the band performing at a variety of live shows on their current world tour and from their intimate gig at Cafe Wha in New York City this past January. Yes, we were there.
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee is urging fans to adopt pets as opposed to purchasing them at pet stores, which get their canines from puppy mills. Those mills are facilities that provide substandard care for the breeding animals.
Last night’s (April 7) episode of ‘That Metal Show’ featured classic artists as guests, namely Alice Cooper, along with Great White’s Jack Russell. Cooper’s segment was rife with revelations about his feelings regarding his entry into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, touring with Iron Maiden and his plans (or lack thereof) for retirement.
Anthrax‘s latest thrashterpiece ‘Worship Music’ went through lots of trials and tribulations before it arrived in stores, including an unknown singer and the return of Joey Belladonna, who fronted the band during its most commercially successful period.
Axl Rose has hammered another nail in the Guns N’ Roses original lineup coffin. The singer was photographed exiting the famed Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles last night (April 6) with pop music up ‘n comer Lana Del Rey when he delivered a one-sentence declaration about playing with his former bandmates.
Before Metallica had their own edition of ‘Guitar Hero,’ the Four Horsemen were planning on lending their name, likenesses and music to a post-apocalyptic video game. What post-apocalyptic video game, you ask? Well, turns out it never came out, so it doesn’t really matter. However, a trailer and sketches from the game, which was due in 2005, have surfaced online.
The video for Marilyn Manson‘s ‘No Reflection’ has landed, and it’s a dark, dastardly portrait of an American family, of sorts. Of course, a pasty-faced and red lipstick-smeared Marilyn Manson is singing, smack dab in front of the camera during the performance footage. He’s also starring in the plot scenes. Double duty indeed. And why not? It’s his vision.
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