The world today is no longer such a wicked place if there's 10-year-old kids like this playing drums to Black Sabbath songs! It's one of Sabbath's best songs from the early days and is a refreshing sight to see this youngster pull off!
Who doesn't like the Judas Priest classic 'Breaking the Law?' If you're reading this site, you probably can't name many people who don't. After watching this video, you can chalk these two kids up as the future of Priest fans!
Well, they're sweet children of someone! This video from 2011 shows a group called the Lil Rock Band, which is comprised of kids aging between 11 and 15. One of the youngest looking members even pulls double duty handling rhythm guitar and vocals!
It's a pretty defeating feeling when you see all these kids laying waste to an instrument at such a young age while all you can do is watch in awe. Here we have another kid who might be able to light a fire under your keister with his impressive guitar playing.
Halestorm have lit up music charts with their 2012 album 'The Strange Case Of...' debuting at No. 1 on Billboard's Hard Rock Albums chart and cracking the Top 15 of the Billboard 200 chart. The disc has also yielded the hit singles 'Love Bites (So Do I),' 'I Miss the Misery' and 'Here's to Us.' Now, Halestorm are set to unleash 'ReAniMated 2.0: the CoVeRs eP' which will pay tribute to classic and modern bands.
Break out the poker chips and a bottle of whiskey because Motörhead have revealed the full details on their 21st studio album, 'Aftershock.' After 38 years of unrelenting outlaw attitude and their trademark take on blues and speed fueled rock, the band haven't let up one bit. With songs like 'Silence When You Speak to Me' and 'Keep Your Powder Dry,' 'Aftershock' promises to deliver the Motörhead mark of quality we've been given for nearly four decades.
The Sunset's Strip's most infamous export, Mötley Crüe, have been giving fans a piece of their action for 30 years. Their over-the-top stage show and attitude have kept them busy, playing stadiums all over the world and bringing back the spirit of '80s. Singer Vince Neil recently reaffirmed bassist Nikki Sixx's declaration that the band would call it quits in the near future, but guitarist Mick Mars says one of the reasons Neil gave is not accurate.
Metal fans rejoice! British titans Judas Priest have officially completed the writing process for their new album and have started the recording process, producing the album themselves. In addition to this good news, the band has also joined the ranks for the next edition of Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp, which already boasts a host of other metal gods like Zakk Wylde, Rudy Sarzo, Lita Ford and Vinny Appice.
Korn are two decades into their career and still as prolific as ever. Age has not managed to slow down the pioneering group and 'The Paradigm Shift' will mark the band's 11th studio album. Now the band has unveiled the disc's intriguing artwork and full track list.
The outlaws in Five Finger Death Punch have just announced the Wrong Side of Heaven headlining tour that will span the course of nearly six weeks. With a summer already packed full of co-headlining dates with Rob Zombie in North America on the Mayhem Festival, the knuckle-sandwich metallers are earning their road warrior status.
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