Five Finger Death Punch‘s latest album ‘American Capitalist’ is still going strong and the band is spending its summer months supporting the disc by heading up the ‘Trespass America‘ tour. But guitarist Jason Hook knows the end of the album cycle will come at some point and he says the group is already making preparations for when that will happen.
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.
Slash has seen and been through a lot in the music industry, and one thing that he’s learned over the years is to follow his own path. The guitarist knows the highs experienced early in his career and he says that he’s decided not to let expectations from the past get the better of him.
It’s been mostly quiet on the Danzig front of late. The singer made headlines earlier this year for confronting a photographer at Bonnaroo, but for the most part he’s kept to himself over the last few months.
One thing award shows are good for is allowing rockers from all generations to put aside their schedules for a moment and converge in one place. And there’s no doubt that veteran rocker Sebastian Bach and emerging metal favorites Black Veil Brides have crossed paths at a few of these events.
Yesterday (Aug. 3) was a big day for Randy Blythe, who finally got to set foot on American soil late in the afternoon. The Lamb of God vocalist has spent the better part of the last month in a Czech Republic jail after being accused of having a role in the death of a fan at a show in Prague in 2010.
Former Queens of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri is breathing a little easier today. TMZ reports that the musician was able to reach a plea deal that will keep him out of jail so long as he remains out of trouble for three years and completes his anger management and community service obligations.
It was a hot Midwestern night at Lollapalooza in Chicago, but that didn’t deter a frenzied crowd from showing their support for metal legends Black Sabbath, who made their U.S. return Friday night (Aug. 3) at Grant Park.
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 now moving on to their Beatles cover, ‘Come Together.’
While each of the Slipknot band members having a number assigned to them is just part of the fun of following the group, percussionist Shawn Crahan reveals that there was no master plan on how they would lineup and after deciding to adopt the idea, everything fell into place.
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