Sevendust fans have anxiously been awaiting the band's 'Time Travelers & Bonfires' acoustic album, and to give fans a taste of what's to come, the band has teamed with Loudwire to exclusively premiere the single 'Black.'
Linkin Park unleashed a pleasant surprise on fans today with their new single 'Guilty All the Same' off their upcoming as-yet-untitled album. The song (listen below) features a guest spot from rapper Rakim.
Former Lostprophets frontman Ian Watkins was sentenced to 29 years in prison plus 6 years probation late last year on a number of child sex offenses, but at the time of the sentencing police were still investigating additional allegations. It turns out that the investigation has led to a surprising arrest.
Kyng are on the way back with a new record and fans are getting another piece of the puzzle. The group just unveiled the 'Burn the Serum' artwork. The fiery cover art, which closely reflects the album's title, can be seen at the left.
Finnish rockers HIM return to the U.S. this week to kick off a headlining tour with support band Anathema. The trek launches Friday (March 7) in Hollywood, Calif. and traverses the country before wrapping up March 25 in Houston.
As Foo Fighters fans anxiously await the band's next album, drummer Taylor Hawkins is keeping busy with another side project band. He's formed the Birds of Satan with bassist Wile Hodgden and guitarist Mick Murphy, who are also in his cover band Chevy Metal. Their self-titled debut album will be released April 15. Watch a trailer for the album below.
Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce is adding to his music resume as he's launching a new record label. Bruce has teamed with co-manager Kyle Borman to announce the formation of the new KBB Records. In addition, the label has signed upstart rockers Scare Don't Fear as their first act.
In 1990, the Warrant video for 'Cherry Pie' was virtually inescapable, but who would want to escape it when you had such stunning eye candy as Bobbie Brown to look at. The bright red top, the short shorts and Brown's seductive moves just burned up the boob tube. But where is she now?
Kirk Hammett may play guitar for metal's most successful band, but the Metallica shredder remains humble to this day. In a new interview with Hammett, the guitarist puts Metallica's success into perspective while claiming that the titans are "just a little thrash band from San Francisco."
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