Rob Zombie is one of rock's busiest men, continually balancing recording, touring and a career as a movie director. During one of Zombie's brief breaks in his schedule, he took a few minutes to chat with 'Loudwire Nights' host Full Metal Jackie about his upcoming DVD/Blu-Ray release 'The Zombie Horror Picture Show' and its accompanying book, his plans regarding a Manson Family project and more. Check out Full Metal Jackie's chat with Rob Zombie below.
The death of GWAR frontman Dave Brockie (aka Oderus Urungus) has resulted in countless tributes taking many forms, but this is certainly one of the most unique. On May 3, the 'All Hail GWAR!' memorial art show will open, with nearly 100 artists set to display their GWAR-inspired works during the month-long, free, all-ages event.
The legacy of Death and late mastermind Chuck Schuldiner continues as the band's legendary 'Leprosy' album is about to be re-released. The two-disc release will include a remastered version of 'Leprosy' along with never-before-heard rehearsal demos from the album's practice sessions. The reissue won't be available to buy until April 29, but you can stream the entire double album below!
Are Arena Football teams becoming the next signature beer for rock bands? Because musician interest in the AFL seems to be growing day by day. Motley Crue singer Vince Neil has become a part owner of the Jacksonville Sharks, and as if that wasn't enough, Neil is planning to bring an AFL team to Las Vegas.
The past weekend marked yet another annual Record Store Day! The April 19 celebration brought vinyl lovers to record stores nationwide, where Machine Head's 'Killers & Kings' 10" was available for the first time. Now that Record Store Day has passed, Machine Head have shared the new demo for your digital listening pleasure.
After playing with Guns N' Roses in South America, it has just been announced that bassist Duff McKagan will also be on stage with the band at this week's Revolver Golden Gods Awards taking place Wednesday, April 23, in Los Angeles. McKagan has been filling in with his former band while Tommy Stinson tours with The Replacements. Stinson is set to return to GN'R on May 13.
Andreas Kisser made his name as the guitarist for Sepultura, but for his latest project he's teaming with musicians from some other well known Latin American acts to put a fresh spin on metal under the moniker De La Tierra.
Seven-string pioneers Korn took everyone by surprise when they released their self-titled debut album back in 1994. The band rode the crest of a tidal wave of new music heavier than anything before them. Singer Jonathan Davis' tense, rage-drenched vocals were exactly what millions of kids were looking for in the age of grunge. Since then, they've continued to put out albums and evolve their sound with each one.
Dutch symphonic metal band Delain recently released their new album ‘The Human Contradiction,’ which is filled with deep lyrics, melodic vocals and heavy riffs. We caught up with singer Charlotte Wessels, who spoke about the concepts and themes of the disc. Wessels also dished about the collaborations on ‘The Human Contradiction’ as well as other musicians she finds to be inspiring. Check out our interview with Charlotte Wessels of Delain below: