If you've ever seen Andrew W.K. perform, you know that the man is able to conjure enough energy to power a small city. The singer's frantic stage presence has mesmerized crowds for well over a decade and the party rocker will now use his internal power for an attempt to break a world record.
Right on the heel's of Stone Sour's fifth studio album, 'House of Gold & Bones - Part 2,' and the release of Corey Taylor's second graphic novel inspired by the 'House of Gold & Bones' storyline, the Slipknot / Stone Sour vocalist is soon to release his second book, 'A Funny Thing Happened on the way to Heaven (Or, How I Made Peace with the Paranormal and Stigmatized Zealots and Cynics in the Process).' To help promote the upcoming memoir, Taylor has revealed a small, yet unsettling part of the book, which the musician reads aloud.
Rob Zombie's unparalleled dedication to horror continues with the announcement of his 'Great American Nightmare' concert series / horror attraction. Set to elicit screams and fear-induced hospitalizations in between live performances, the Great American Nightmare will open its doors for Halloween season, taking in brave guests on Thursdays through Sundays from Oct. 10 - Nov. 2.
We've got news on yet another awesome 2013 festival to share with you. The fifth annual Epicenter Festival has just announced the first part of its 2013 bill. The Offspring are set to headline the event, with Bad Religion, A Day to Remember, Pennywise and many more confirmed to occupy the rest of the fest's lineup.
Anyone that’s ever been to a Jane’s Addiction show knows that it transcends the basic concert experience. With Perry Farrell leading the charge, Jane’s Addiction mix their musical talents with the most innovative performance art morphing into a rock 'n’ roll carnival night after night. The band is set to unleash 'Live in NYC,' and Loudwire has an exclusive preview of the band's performance of the classic track 'Jane Says.'
In celebration of Father's Day, it seems only fitting to raise a toast to those rockers who have mastered the delicate balance between juggling a successful career in the unpredictable music industry while still being No. 1 Dad at home.
Filter are the latest band to tap into crowdsourcing as a means to bring their latest disc ‘The Sun Comes Out Tonight’ to live stages across the world. Launching a new campaign through Indiegogo, leaving their fate in the hands (and pockets) of their fans, Filter will be putting all of the funds raised through their efforts towards an upcoming world tour.
Seattle is a cornucopia of musical talent, especially in the rock genre so it’s no surprise that a band like Walking Papers would emerge from the Emerald City. Featuring bassist Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver) and drummer Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees, Mad Season), as well as singer-guitarist Jeff Angell and keyboardist Benjamin Anderson (both of the band the Missionary Position), the members of Walking Papers have impressive resumes, to say the least.