The Cult are preparing to release their new disc ‘Choice of Weapon’ on May 22 to the masses and the band stopped by this year’s South by Southwest festival to play a few shows and introduce their new music to fans new and old.
In a recent interview with the self-proclaimed libertarian Alex Jones on Infowars.com, Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine opened up about some of his past controversial political comments in addition to a wide array of topics from his thoughts on playing with Satanic bands and how it felt to play with Metallica again.
Canadian metal band Kittie have seen their fair share of lineup changes throughout their career. The female rockers have continued putting out new music on a regular bases, but have not been able to revisit the success they achieved with their first disc ‘Spit’ in 1999, reaching Gold status.
Guns N’ Roses recently wrapped up their run of intimate club shows with a few stops in California. On Monday night (March 12) they played at the House of Blues in West Hollywood and before the night was over a special guest made his way to a microphone.
With a new found energy fueled by the reunion of David Lee Roth and the brothers Van Halen, the group is currently working their way through month two of their U.S. tour that takes them straight through June.
King’s X singer-bassist Dug Pinnick recently issued an update on drummer Jerry Gaskill’s health. Gaskill, suffered a heart attack on Feb. 26 and was subsequently admitted to the hospital for an emergency operation and extended care.
Guitarist, songwriter, and producer DJ Ashba has seen his career skyrocket over the last few years, first as an integral part of Sixx:A.M. with Nikki Sixx and James Michael and then as the guitar player of Guns N’ Roses, joining Axl Rose on his tour across the world. Ashba recently opened up to Bravewords in an interview about his future with Guns N’ Roses, how he prepares to write for individual projects, and how Nikki Sixx and Axl Rose have become his best friends.
Richard Patrick of Filter has confirmed that the band is heading back into the studio in April to start recording their new record, a follow up to 2010’s ‘The Trouble with Angels.’ They’ll be working with producer Bob Marlette whose impressive track record includes work with Black Sabbath, Saliva and Atreyu. The tentative title of the new disc is ‘Gurney and the Burning Books.’
American Idol rocker James Durbin and guitarist Orianthi recently teamed up to lend their talents to a great cause. On March 2 at Center Staging in Burbank, Calif. the two performed at a benefit for the Rock School Scholarship Fund. Rock School Scholarship Fund is a non-profit group that funds music lessons and provides instruments for kids 7-17 who want to attend any rock school nationwide, but whose parents don’t have the financial means.
Yesterday we reported that former Kyuss members Joshua Homme (guitar) and Scott Reeder (bass) had filed a federal lawsuit against Kyuss Lives! claiming trademark infringement and consumer fraud over vocalist John Garcia and drummer Brant Bjork continuing to use the Kyuss name. In an official message released by the two they noted that this was not what they wanted to do but felt they were left with no choice but to take legal action.
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