If you weren’t at Lollapalooza, you missed one of only a handful of performances that Black Sabbath are playing this year. Three-fourths of the original band have booked only a handful of dates while Tony Iommi recovers from cancer treatments earlier in the year, and now fan-shot video footage (courtesy of Jason Jude as branded on the clips) from the entire Lollapalooza performance has found its way online.
There’s no doubt the Foo Fighters rock, and it’s usually pretty hard when they do. But their efforts were not exactly embraced by everyone in the surrounding Belfast area Tuesday night (Aug. 21) as a number of people filed noise complaints during the band’s set on the opening night of Tennant’s Vital festival.
It looks as though the Black Keys will get their case heard in court. The group filed legal action earlier this year against both Pizza Hut and Home Depot, claiming that both companies had used their songs without permission in commercials.
Lamb of God put on an energetic show, and even with Randy Blythe‘s recent arrest in the Czech Republic on manslaughter charges stemming from an alleged 2010 concert incident, the singer doesn’t feel that it will change his onstage behavior.
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.
Chevelle just keep on chugging along with their latest album, ‘Hats Off to the Bull.’ The Windy City rockers are currently one of the top draws on the Carnival of Madness tour, and have just announced their first post-Madness dates for the fall.
Dead Sara have certainly done quite well with their own music this year, but it never hurts to have some fun with a cover song once in a while. The group just posted the first of what they intend to be a series of informational videos titled ‘Face to Face Fridays’ in which they take and respond to questions from their fans.
Vegas baby! It’s time to double-down on hard rock, as the Rock Vegas festival will take over Sin City for two days on Sept. 28 and 29 at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Resort. The event will feature such topline acts as Rob Zombie, Shinedown, Marilyn Manson and Godsmack.
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