Anyone following along with the Slipknot ‘Antennas to Hell’ video teasers could easily guess that keyboardist and sampler Craig “133” Jones, also known as #5, would be up next. The video series recently released their fourth clip with guitarist Jim Root, so guessing that Jones would follow seemed like a foregone conclusion.
Author Ray Bradbury passed away Tuesday night (June 5) at the age of 91. Bradbury’s daughter confirmed the death but did not comment any further on the cause. Today, rockers Slash and Shinedown have offered their tributes to Bradbury via Twitter.
Canadian rockers Three Days Grace have been using social networking to clue fans in on a big announcement that they were planning to drop today. As anticipated, the good news includes confirmation of the album title and a release date for their upcoming fourth studio disc.
Once known for their outlandishly entertaining music videos, Aerosmith are gearing up to release their first video in eight years. Next week their new video for the recently released single ‘Legendary Child’ will make it’s debut. In anticipation for the video debut the band has released a new clip that take fans behind the scenes for a taste of what’s in store.
Slayerhave an intense summer lined up co-headlining this summer’s Rock Star Energy Drink Mayhem festival, but they’ll be doing it without guitarist Jeff Hanneman. Hanneman will be sitting out the tour to continue his recovery process after complications associated with a debilitating spider bite.
‘S.O.S. (Save Our Studio) A Benefit Album’ is a new 49-track disc pulled together to support the revitalization of The Compound Studio, a studio frequented by a bevy of musicians in Southern California including Pearl Jam’s own Mike McCready.
Keeping the hair high and the ‘80s alive, glam-rockers Steel Panther have reinvented the era with their live shows and west coast residencies. Their shows have become as infamous for their guest appearances as they have for their over-the-top performances and at a recent gig at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, Calif. (May 28), former Dio and current Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell hopped on stage to perform a duo of songs with the spandex clad Panthers.
Currently in the studio working on their fourth disc, Stone Sour announced the official departure of bassist Shawn Economaki in early May. With Economaki out of the picture and the bassist position wide open, it begged the question – who would be playing bass for Stone Sour moving forward?
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