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Hellyeah Unleash ‘Band of Brothers’ Video
The video for Hellyeah‘s single ‘Band of Brothers’ album has been unleashed. The tune is the title track off the band’s upcoming album, due July 17.
Axl Rose, Tony Iommi, James Hetfield + More Featured in ‘Classic Rock Avengers’ Poll
‘The Avengers’ set a record for the biggest opening weekend ever, raking in over $200 million. That shattered the old mark by 2010′s ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2′ by almost $40 million. The movie features a collection of superheroes such …
Slash Announces Dates for 2012 North America Summer Tour
Currently in the midst of touring the United Stages, Slash and his band have announced dates for another North American headlining leg beginning in July. Slash’s sophomore solo CD ‘Apocalyptic Love’ will be released May 22.
Slash Believes Hall of Fame Gig Closed the Book on Guns N’ Roses Reunion Speculation
Now that the drama of the Guns N’ Roses Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction is behind him, Slash reflected on the turmoil and publicity leading up to the induction, and the ceremony itself.
AC/DC Exhibition To Open at Seattle’s Experience Music Project Museum
An exhibition of AC/DC artifacts called ‘AC/DC: Australia’s Family Jewels’ opens Saturday (April 28) at Experience Music Project Museum in Seattle. The collection, developed in association with AC/DC, made its debut at Arts Centre Melbourne in Australia in the …
Deftones in Studio Working on a New Album
After reports a few weeks ago that Deftones were set to enter the studio in July, photos posted on their Twitter feed this week indicate they are already hard at work recording a new album.
New Documentary Depicts Fan’s Quest to Meet Metallica’s Lars Ulrich
A new documentary titled ‘Mission to Lars’ centers on Tom Spicer, a learning disabled man who goes on a quest to meet his hero, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich. Spicer has Fragile X Syndrome, which is a sort of autism, and is helped on his journey by his brother and sister.
Previously Unseen Kurt Cobain Photos Displayed at New York City Gallery
Eighteen years after his death, several never-before-seen photos of grunge icon Kurt Cobain are being exhibited in New York.