Last night, Metallica kicked off their string of intimate 30th anniversary shows at the Fillmore in San Francisco, Calif., in smashing fashion featuring a never before heard track and several special guest appearances throughout the show.
Last week, Red Hot Chili Peppers announced the initial dates for their North American tour in support of their latest release, ‘I’m With You.’ For fans who didn’t see their city on the list, fret not, the band has just announced 10 new dates.
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong and his wife Adrienne have joined forces with the Natural Resources Defense Council to debut this year’s ‘Green Gifts Guide,’ hoping to sway holiday shoppers in an environmentally conscious direction with their gift lists this year.
Motley Crue is dropping by the ‘Piers Morgan Tonight’ show on CNN on Thursday, Dec. 1, at 9PM ET to announce some big news, and leading up to that, they are dropping daily clues for fans to keep them guessing.
So after much fanfare leading up to Nickelback’s performance during the halftime show during yesterday’s Thanksgiving Day Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers match-up, including their own self-deprecating take at it on Funny or Die, the band took to the field in fine form.
Adelitas Way have been making a lot of noise with their latest release, ‘Home School Valedictorian’ with their first two singles, ‘Sick’ and ‘The Collapse.’ There’s even a special appearance from Theory of a Deadman’s Tyler Connolly on the release and lead singer Rick DeJesus recently told Loudwire all about it.
Churning out their own brand of iconic metal for 30 years now, Metallica may be one of the most influential bands in the world, but according to drummer Lars Ulrich, “I don’t think Metallica would be where Metallica is today if it wasn’t for Iron Maiden.”
Leave it to Funny or Die to remedy a touchy situation with a little comedy! By now we all know that a few people in Detroit are not happy about Nickelback’s upcoming performance during the United Way Thanksgiving Halftime Show during the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers game on Thanksgiving Day. The online petition hasn’t deterred the band too much, but why not have a little fun with it.
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