By pretty much all accounts, the musical divorce between Skid Row and Sebastian Bach in the mid ’90s worked out pretty well for everyone — the band has moved on with singer Johnny Solinger, who’s logged over a decade in the position, and Bach has pursued an eclectic solo career, while dabbling in reality TV. But there are still plenty of people who’d like to see a reunion — including Bach himself.
It’s been five long years since Modest Mouse released ‘We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank,’ but ever so slowly, it looks like the band is inching toward a release date for their next album. They gave fans a taste of their new music over the weekend, unveiling a new song during a gig at Stanford University.
It’s Tax Day, which means you might not be in a very good mood right now. But cheer up, because even if you’re writing the IRS a check this year, chances are you don’t owe anywhere near as much as former Pantera / Down bassist Rex ‘Rocker’ Brown.
It’s rare these days for a new album by a high-profile artist to hit stores without the label agreeing to some sort of online “try before you buy” promotion, whether it’s streaming the record for free or releasing an electronic press kit that offers snippets of a few songs. But that stuff is for amateurs, man — Jack White knows how to really get people excited about hearing his new music. Case in point: the flexidisc single he recently released via helium balloon, which has now turned up online as a vinyl rip.
In the latest installment of what’s beginning to seem like a quest to become the Willy Wonka of rock ‘n’ roll, Jack White has followed up his label’s 3RPM vinyl compilation by releasing 1,000 flexidisc copies of ‘Freedom at 21,’ the next single from his upcoming solo album ‘Blunderbuss.’ And when we say “releasing,” we mean literally — as in into the sky. Attached to helium balloons.
Recording a duet with Miley Cyrus must have triggered some sort of collaboration fever for Bret Michaels. For his new album, ‘Get Your Rock On,’ he broke out his rolodex and lined up a veritable who’s who of rock ‘n’ roll luminaries, including members of KISS, Pantera, Van Halen, Aerosmith and more.
Rock ‘n’ roll has acquired a lot of wild mysteries and legends over the years, but during his recent appearance on Australia’s Triple M radio, Slash was forced to address what might be one of the all-time wackiest: the rumor that he once French-kissed a giraffe.
The audience at last night’s (Feb. 9) Albuquerque, N.M., stop on the In Flames and Trivium tour missed out on seeing the full experience, due to a bomb threat that forced In Flames to cut their set short before completing their final song of the show.
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