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Korn Win ‘Album of the Year’ at 2012 Revolver Golden Gods Awards
Even though they skipped out on performing at the 2012 Revolver Golden Gods Awards, Korn were honored with the biggest award of the night — ‘Album of the Year.’
Alice in Chains, Duff McKagan + More to Perform at MusiCares Event Honoring Jerry Cantrell
Alice in Chains will take the stage for the first time in 2012 at the upcoming MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit Concert in Los Angeles. The event will honor AIC singer-guitarist Jerry Cantrell, and will also feature performances from Duff McKagan, Billy Idol, Mark Lanegan and more.
Courtney Love: Dave Grohl Is ‘Obsessed With His Hatred’ of Kurt Cobain
Courtney Love recently unloaded on Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl in a somewhat-coherent tirade, where she claimed he’s a “sociopath” who’s “obsessed with his hatred” of Kurt Cobain.
Staind’s Aaron Lewis Sets Release Date for New Solo Album ‘The Road’
Staind vocalist and resident ‘Country Boy’ Aaron Lewis will dial it back from 11 for ‘The Road,’ his down-home debut album which has just been announced for release this summer.
Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell Talks State of Rock Music and Drug Abuse
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell recently weighed in on the “rock is dead” argument, opened up about his own experiences with drug abuse and marvels at how 70′s rockers could “be completely f—ed up all the time and still function.&CloseCurlyDoubleQuote…
Vince Neil Assures His Fans That Motley Crue are ‘The Best of Friends’
Motley Crue singer Vince Neil says that reports that the band doesn’t get along behind the scenes “are just dumb rumors” and that the guys are actually “the best of friends.”
Soundgarden Preview New Song ‘Live to Rise’ from ‘Avengers’ Soundtrack
The Soundgarden comeback is officially underway as they have posted a clip of ‘Live to Rise’ — their first completely new song to be heard in nearly 16 years — which is taken from the soundtrack for the upcoming blockbuster ‘The Avengers.’
Korn’s Jonathan Davis Visits Wounded Troops and Takes Bomb Disposal Training
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis recently went the extra mile to show his love for our troops by not only visiting wounded U.S. soldiers in Germany, but also by taking a course in bomb disposal training.
Stone Temple Pilots Not Working On New Album, Talk ‘Core’ 20th Anniversary Tour
Stone Temple Pilots guitarist Dean DeLeo recently paid a surprise visit to a New Jersey radio station, revealing that contrary to popular belief, the band is not currently working on the follow-up to STP’s 2010 self-titled comeback album.
Disturbed Singer David Draiman to Go Industrial with New Musical Project
Disturbed may be on indefinite hiatus, but fans of vocalist David Draiman will be happy to hear that the singer announced via Twitter he is working on a new “musical project” in the vein of Nine Inch Nails and Ministry.
Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda Recruits Deftones’ Chino Moreno for ‘Raid’ Soundtrack
The upcoming soundtrack to the film ‘The Raid: Redemption,’ includes the new song ‘Razors.Out’ featuring Linkin Park‘s Mike Shinoda (who also scored the film) and Deftones vocalist Chino Moreno.
Tool Plan To Record New Album This Summer
Although it’s been nearly six years since the release of Tool‘s last album, drummer Danny Carey says that the wait is almost over. In a new interview, Carey says the band plans to enter the studio this June and talks about how the new songs are shaping up thus far.