Falling in Reverse are ready to pack away the lawn chairs and trade them in for some tour bus seats this fall. The band just revealed that they will be heading out in October for a month-and-a-half long trek they’ve dubbed “The Thug in Me Is You” tour.
Dream Theater have done their part, and will now wait for the editors to complete their work on a new upcoming live DVD that’s expected to arrive in 2013. The group played Buenos Aires, Argentina last Sunday and Monday (Aug. 19 and 20) at Estadio Luna Park to provide the basis for the upcoming release.
AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson has been heard all over radio for years now, but perhaps not in the way that he’s about to. The singer has just inked a deal to host a six-week radio series for the U.K.’s BBC Radio 2.
If you weren’t at Lollapalooza, you missed one of only a handful of performances that Black Sabbath are playing this year. Three-fourths of the original band have booked only a handful of dates while Tony Iommi recovers from cancer treatments earlier in the year, and now fan-shot video footage (courtesy of Jason Jude as branded on the clips) from the entire Lollapalooza performance has found its way online.
Anyone who’s kept up with Linkin Park over the years knows Chester Bennington‘s knack for getting injured. The singer has had more freak injuries over the years than you can imagine, so the group had a few concerns when their new stage setup was introduced prior to the Honda Civic Tour.
Mastodon are still making the rounds in support of ‘The Hunter’ album, but the days promoting their latest release appear to be winding down. Singer/bassist Troy Sanders revealed that a new album is definitely on their minds.
Looks like the third time is a charm for Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan. The politician, who is Mitt Romney’s running mate, was lambasted by Tom Morello after claiming to be a fan of Rage Against the Machine. He also took it on the chin from Twisted Sister‘s Dee Snider, who denounced him after the usage of ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ at a rally. But there is one rocker in his corner, as Kid Rock turned up at a fundraising event Friday (Aug. 24).
Though it had been rumored in the days leading up to the Reading Festival, Green Day‘s surprise set didn’t become reality until Billie Joe Armstrong took to Twitter about 45 minutes before the set to announce where they were playing.
Russian punk band Pussy Riot may have outspoken opinions on things, but unfortunately they don’t live in a country where they can speak their minds openly without threat of prosecution. Luckily for two members of the trio, they have fled the country to avoid further legal action.
A lot of rockers may lean to the left, but there are still some who either fully support the right side of politics or at least are willing to play a major event like the Republican National Convention. On the rock side, the big “get” is 3 Doors Down, who will make their way to Tampa this week to perform as part of the ramp up to the announcement of the Republican ticket.
Coheed and Cambria are keeping up their description as one of the most detail-oriented bands in rock. The group’s latest winding tale is titled ‘The Afterman: Ascension,’ and now carries an Oct. 9 release date.
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