Korn Jump Aboard as Co-Headliners of ShipRocked 2012 Cruise
Hard rock fans, rejoice! Korn have joined Godsmack as co-headliners of ShipRocked 2012. In addition, several other acts have jumped aboard the rockin’ cruise.
Anthrax’s Scott Ian Debates Gun Control in Twitter Rant
The shootings in Colorado this past week have stirred up a lot of emotions, and Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian is among those who has an opinion based not only on this one event, but certainly enhanced by it.
Testament’s Chuck Billy Talks ‘Dark Roots of Earth’ Album + Cancer Perspective
Thrash metal icons Testament are closing in on 30 years as a band and showing no signs of slowing down. In fact, singer Chuck Billy says the group is sounding really good at the moment and he’s anxious to get their latest music out to the people.
Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Calls Out Texting ‘Wanker’ at Indianapolis Show
The lights may be bright and the bands may be putting their full effort into rocking the audience, but here’s a tip for fans especially close to the stage – the band members can still see you.
Disturbed’s David Draiman Questioning Parents Who Bring Infants to Movie Theaters
The tragic movie theater shooting in Colorado has brought up a number of issues, including the fact that there were small children at the midnight showing of the new ‘Batman’ film, ‘The Dark Knight Rises.’
Slipknot’s Corey Taylor Calls Paul Gray’s Contributions ‘Almost Orchestral’
Slipknot‘s members may individually be tinkering around with ideas for new music, but singer Corey Taylor tells BBC Radio 1 host Zane Lowe that it will be a difficult task working without the creative force that was bassist Paul Gray.
Deftones Guitarists Finding Middle Ground for New Record
The Deftones are closing in on a new record, and as the group ages, singer Chino Moreno says there are better and more collaborative relationships building within the band.
Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee Clarifies His ‘No Photos’ Facebook Rant
Recently Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee headed online to his Facebook page asking people to stop requesting photos of him. The rocker then took things a step further with Fuse TV last week revealing a story in which a mortuary worker asked him to take a photo when he arrived to pick up his late mothe…
Volbeat Potentially Eyeing Late 2012 Start for New Album
Volbeat just keep chugging along and tearing up rock radio with songs like ‘A Warrior’s Call’ and ‘Still Counting,’ which begs the question of when we might see them move on to a new disc.
Motorhead Prep Second Volume of ‘The World Is Ours’ Concert Collection
When Motorhead say “The World Is Ours,’ they mean it. Earlier this year, the group issued ‘The World Is Ours: Everywhere Further Than Everyplace Else.’ The disc was meant to showcase their live prowess, and they used an especially solid performance from Sa…
Sebastian Bach Favors Solo Life, But Open to Skid Row Reunion
Sebastian Bach may still be known for his early days in Skid Row to some extent, but the singer has been a solo artist over the past decade and has had some time to reflect on both experiences.
Staind Taking Hiatus, But Aaron Lewis States: ‘We’re Not Breaking Up’
Aaron Lewis has taken time away from Staind in the past, but the fact that the group is calling their upcoming break a “hiatus” initially raised a few eyebrows, especially given that they finished their last album with longtime drummer Jon Wysocki leaving the band.