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.
Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe may be free soon if his Czech attorney is to be believed. Radio.cz reports that Martin Radvan says that Blythe’s bail has been collected and he should be out of jail any day.
While there remains continual doubt about if and when Velvet Revolver will ever return to the stage with a new singer, it’s at least nice to know that the core group of former Guns N’ Roses members remain on a friendly basis. That was definitely on display Friday night (July 13) in Seattle when Duff McKagan dropped in on his old pal Slash for a performance at the Paramount Theatre.
For a lot of bands, the sooner they can record new music and get it out to the public, the better it is, and sometimes having a hit record can stand in the way of those plans. For Seether, however, the group is relishing their current success and don’t want to shortchange the 2011 album ‘Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray’ in any way.
Pantera fans have been rejoicing in the 20th anniversary reissue of ‘Vulgar Display of Power‘ and the emergence of the lost single ‘Piss‘ for a good portion of the spring, but that’s not the last thing we’ll see from the legendary metal band this year.
If you want to figure out what kind of video Aerosmith are putting out this far into their music career, all you have to do is listen to the narrator of their ‘Legendary Child‘ clip, who reveals, “This is the story, the story of Aerosmith done by girls on roller skates. How f—in’ cool is that?”
Buckcherry have given their all for audiences over the last few years, and now they’re taking it a step further. The group is letting the cameras roll on a film that will mirror the themes of their new album, ‘Confessions.’
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