System of a Down announced their hiatus in 2006, eventually returning once again as a cohesive unit in late 2010. However, bassist Shavo Odadjian recently revealed that he never considered System of a Down to have been broken up, despite what many fans perceived about the band’s five-year halt. Furthermore, Shavo has gone even further to reassure fans, stating that he believes the band will “never break up.”
Due to Randy Blythe‘s month-long incarceration in the Czech Republic, an incredible amount of attention has been placed on not only the Czech Republic itself, but also its legal system. Awaiting a ruling on whether Blythe’s bail will be approved after it was contested a second time by a Czech prosecutor, the Lamb of God vocalist remains in Pankrac Prison. Although this news has become well-known, the lesser-known, yet incredibly violent history of where Blythe finds himself caged, is disturbingly fascinating in its own right.
The saga of Randy Blythe‘s Czech imprisonment has met another road block, as the prosecutor in Blythe’s case once again challenged the vocalist’s bail. The prosecutor, who represents the family of a fan who died of a head injury sustained at a 2010 Lamb of God show, has now challenged Blythe’s bail for the second time and is reportedly seeking to keep Blythe in prison until a possible trial begins.
Slipknot‘s highly anticipated compilation album ‘Antennas to Hell’ is set to be released tomorrow (July 24). Having prevailed as one of modern metal’s most successful and iconic acts, Slipknot have a wealth of material to cram into an album that encompasses their career. However, Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor wants to reassure his fans that this won’t just be a clone of the typical “best of” album.
Although the sighting of a music video on MTV has drifted into the realm of Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster or a Courtney Love news story that has to do with her music, that doesn’t mean the art form of songs put to film has been entirely lost. Thanks to the eccentric musicians from Foxy Shazam, the rock world has a video for ‘Holy Touch,’ which consists of bizarre characters, hard liquor and parachute-less sky diving.
3 Doors Down bassist Todd Harrell was arrested for ‘DUI-other’ on the morning of Thursday, July 19, for reportedly driving under the influence of a narcotic. He was taken in by D’Iberville, Mississippi police after his involvement in a car accident where he allegedly failed to stop at an intersection and crashed into a pickup truck.
July 21, 2012, marks the 25th anniversary of the release of the classic Guns N’ Roses debut album ‘Appetite for Destruction.’ Containing monster tracks ‘Welcome to the Jungle,’ ‘Paradise City’ and ‘Sweet Child o’ Mine,’ the landmark disc is one of the most critically praised and influential works in rock history.
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis recently sat down for an interview to speak about his current electronic solo project, J Devil, as well as his experiments with Killbot that will be revealed in an upcoming EP. Along with that news, however, Davis spoke about writing for Korn’s next album and the direction they will take.
On March 19, 1982, legendary Ozzy Osbourne / Quiet Riot guitarist Randy Rhoads died in a tragic plane crash. Thirty years later, Rhoads’ death still remains one of the saddest losses in rock music history. With today’s (July 17) release of Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘Speak of the Devil’ DVD, it not only documents a captivating live performance, but also the depth of emotion shared by the musicians and fans alike less than three months after Rhoads’ death.
The wait is over, people! After nearly two entire months since Slash released his latest solo record, the legendary guitarist is already beginning to work on an even newer album! Though it may seem somewhat premature, Slash attributes his constant writing to the direct product of his enthusiasm and the energy he’s acquired from working with his backing band, Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators.
Ever turn on the radio, hear a new song and swear that you’ve heard it before? So have the fine people over at indie rock site Diffuser.fm. With inconceivable amount of music written each year, there are bound to be songs that will sound exactly something else, whether intentional or not. Diffuser.fm decided to make a compilation of songs that sound the same, with Green Day as their subject of choice.
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