Seether are the latest act to organize their own festival, but this one has an extra angle to it. The band is using the platform to put the spotlight on a cause as well as showcasing a great day of music.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before, but Guns N’ Roses turned up late for a show again. This time it was the crowd in Manchester, England, that sat around waiting for the show to start. However, rather than being unruly, a good portion of the crowd just left instead.
It’s truly happening! Even though Bill Ward was unable to come to terms on a contract, at least three-fourths of the original Black Sabbath lineup are back on the stage and performing together again. And that’s not even mentioning the fact that they’re writing and recording new music for the first time in decades.
Linkin Park continue to evolve from album to album, and that includes the method in which they create their songs. For their latest effort, ‘Living Things,’ co-vocalist Mike Shinoda says they took a new approach to the recording process.
Wasn’t it supposed to be the drummer that always suffered the misfortune in Spinal Tap? That wasn’t the case on Tuesday as ‘This is Spinal Tap’ actor Michael McKean, who played the role of frontman David St. Hubbins in the cult mockumentary film about a heavy metal band, was struck by a car in Manhattan.
3 Doors Down are very much a family, pretty much keeping most of the group intact since day one. So it with sadness that the band announces that founding guitarist Matt Roberts is stepping away from the band.
If you’re going out, go out big! That’s exactly what the season finale of ‘Saturday Night Live’ did with its musical guests (and farewell to cast member Kristen Wiig). Rock legend Mick Jagger served as ‘SNL’ host, but the Rolling Stones frontman brought along a few friends. The Foo Fighters, Arcade Fire and Jeff Beck made the evening a night to remember.
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