Nothing More are quickly rising to the surface with their current single 'This Is the Time (Ballast),' and the video for the track gives you a more visual representation of that struggle. The clip, which may be one of the wettest videos in rock history, just debuted and you can see it above.
For those unfamiliar with Swedish all-female rock band Crucified Barbara, the band is an absolute powerhouse. Crucified Barbara's fourth studio album, 'In the Red,' won't come out until Aug. 20, but it's easy to hear why the group was so eager to release the track 'To Kill a Man' exclusively here on Loudwire.
Austin, Texas has become one of the premiere destinations for bands around the world, as evidenced by the annual South by Southwest event in the spring and the recent success of the Austin City Limits Music Festival in the fall. This year will be no different as the lineup for the annual Austin City Limits Festival has been revealed with Pearl Jam among the headliners.
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.
Soundgarden's 'Superunknown' album has been rocking for two decades now and the band will mark the milestone with the release of special 20th anniversary edition sets on June 3. In advance of the upcoming releases, Soundgarden have teamed with Loudwire, Ultimate Classic Rock, Diffuser.fm and Noisecreep to unveil 20 fun GIFs created from the band's standout music video for 'Black Hole Sun.'
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.
A new era of Saliva is under way and the band has a solid new album to support called 'Rise Up.' Though fans got a taste of the new look Saliva last year with 'In It to Win It,' the group is making more of a promotional push for 'Rise Up' with new frontman Bobby Amaru stepping into the spotlight.