In a recent interview with the self-proclaimed libertarian Alex Jones on Infowars.com, Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine opened up about some of his past controversial political comments in addition to a wide array of topics from his thoughts on playing with Satanic bands and how it felt to play with Metallica again.
With a new found energy fueled by the reunion of David Lee Roth and the brothers Van Halen, the group is currently working their way through month two of their U.S. tour that takes them straight through June.
Guitarist, songwriter, and producer DJ Ashba has seen his career skyrocket over the last few years, first as an integral part of Sixx:A.M. with Nikki Sixx and James Michael and then as the guitar player of Guns N’ Roses, joining Axl Rose on his tour across the world. Ashba recently opened up to Bravewords in an interview about his future with Guns N’ Roses, how he prepares to write for individual projects, and how Nikki Sixx and Axl Rose have become his best friends.
Richard Patrick of Filter has confirmed that the band is heading back into the studio in April to start recording their new record, a follow up to 2010’s ‘The Trouble with Angels.’ They’ll be working with producer Bob Marlette whose impressive track record includes work with Black Sabbath, Saliva and Atreyu. The tentative title of the new disc is ‘Gurney and the Burning Books.’
A few days after the loss of legendary guitarist Ronnie Montrose, his friend and former bandmate Sammy Hagar has opened up in an article in Rolling Stone about hearing the axeman play for the first time, starting a band with him, and the everlasting impact that Ronnie leaves behind both in the form of his music and his spirit.
With the release of Shinedown‘s new disc ‘Amaryllis’ just around the corner (March 27), the album’s first single ‘Bully’ packs an emotional punch, and now Loudwire is proud to exclusively premiere the brand-new video for the song.
‘In My Blood,’ the latest single from Black Stone Cherry’s 2011 release ‘Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea,’ took on a whole new meaning in their new documentary style video for the song. The video chronicles the true life tale of a U.S. soldier’s journey from his deployment in Afghanistan to his return home, where he meets his son for the first time.
In between their Soundwave Festival performances in February and March, System of a Down also played a few headlining shows in Australia.The recent show on Feb. 29 in Melbourne at the Rod Laver Arena turned into a star-studded event.
You’ll have to wait until Tuesday, March 6, to see the full debut of the new Shinedown video for ‘Bully’ right here on Loudwire, but for now you can check out the teaser below for a taste of what’s to come.
John 5’s new solo album ‘God Told Me To’ is set to be released on May 8, and he recently took some time to divulge the meaning behind the album title as well as talking about his work history with both the legendary Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson.
With their new disc ‘Amaryllis’ not out until March 27, Shinedown already have a reason to celebrate this month. The album’s first single ‘Bully’ has taken over the No. 1 spot the Active Rock Chart. The song has been gaining steam since its release on Jan. 3, and has now bumped Volbeat’s ‘A Warrior’s Call’ from the top of the tally.
Axl Rose has amassed quite a few detractors over the years based on his late arrivals to the stage – or in the instance of a 2002 show in Philadelphia, not showing up at all. On that fateful night in 2002, when the crowd found out Guns N’ Roses wouldn’t be taking the stage, a riot erupted, resulting in several fans being sent to the hospital.
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