Evanescence’s Amy Lee + Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale Team Up on ‘Break In’ in El Paso
The moment that many have been waiting for on the Carnival of Madness tour finally came to fruition Saturday night (Aug. 18) in El Paso, as Evanescence‘s Amy Lee and Halestorm‘s Lzzy Hale united their powerful voices together on one song.
Seether Seeking Fan Input for Rise Above Fest Suicide Prevention Video
Seether‘s first-ever Rise Above Fest is just a few weeks away and the band could use your help. The group is looking for a few enterprising fans to shoot a promo spot talking about teen suicide prevention.
Black Keys Receive Legal Response From Pizza Hut + Home Depot
It looks as though the Black Keys will get their case heard in court. The group filed legal action earlier this year against both Pizza Hut and Home Depot, claiming that both companies had used their songs without permission in commercials.
Kid Rock Creates New Anthem for Detroit Lions
The man who once belted at the top of his lungs, ‘My Name is Kid,’ might know a thing or two about creating a rock anthem. As such, Kid Rock has been drafted by the NFL and Pepsi to provide a little something special for his hometown Detroit Lions.
Black Veil Brides Push Back New Album to January 2013
Black Veil Brides fans will have to wait a little longer to hear new music from the band. The group has revealed that their follow-up to ‘Set the World on Fire’ needs a little more seasoning, so therefore they’ve decided to push back the release from Oct. 30 to January 2013.
Green Day Unleash New Song ‘Kill the DJ’
Green Day struck gold with ‘Oh, Love,’ the lead single off their ‘¡Uno!’ album, but how would they do with their follow-up? The band just let go of their song ‘Kill the DJ,’ which is a more upbeat track with a somewhat sinister feel.
GWAR To Debut New Scumdog During Upcoming ‘GWAR-B-Q’
GWAR are back at full strength! Singer Oderus Urungus has revealed the band has found a replacement for late guitarist Cory Smoot (Flattus Maximus), and will announce the new member of the band in just a few days.
Slash Will Continue Recording With Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators
Slash knows something good when he sees it, and the guitarist doesn’t plan to change things up again with his lineup. Slash put together a band after recording his debut solo effort with a number of guest singers, and that band carried over into his second set, ‘Apocalyptic Love.’
Metallica’s James Hetfield Gets Silly-Stringed and Pied for Birthday Celebration
Metallica had a great time recently in Mexico City, and nowhere is that more evident than in the latest video the band has posted online from their adventures south of the border.
Slipknot’s Corey Taylor on Passing Out in Dallas: ‘I Basically Blacked Out’
Slipknot expend a lot of energy onstage, and earlier this summer it got the better of singer Corey Taylor, who passed out from heat exhaustion at the end of their performance.
Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Flies WWII-Era Planes for ‘Ice Pilots NWT’ Series
It’s well documented that not only does Bruce Dickinson reach new heights on the stage with Iron Maiden, but he’s also found a solid second calling by becoming an avid pilot.
Deftones Perform New Song ‘Rosemary’ Live in Los Angeles
Deftones are getting the itch to play, having booked a gig on short notice at the Troubadour in Los Angeles and dropping by the Warner Bros. ski lodge headquarters, also in L.A., for a Friday performance.