Marilyn Manson and Alice Cooper kicked off their 'Masters of Madness' tour on June 1 in Albuquerque, N.M. The horrorshow featured full sets from both shock rock icons, but the crowd was treated to a unique duet as the pair shared the stage for Alice Cooper's classic anthem 'I'm Eighteen' (watch above).
Metallica had the time of their life in the early part of May, joining the San Francisco Giants baseball team for a special Metallica-themed evening that saw Lars Ulrich throw out the first pitch and James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett thoroughly rock the National Anthem. As expected the band's performance of the 'Star-Spangled Banner' rocked and fans have been clamoring for it ever since. Now the band is obliging by making the Hetfield and Hammett version available as a free download for those who want it.
Megadeth are fourteen studio albums into their career and showing that they still have a few tricks up their sleeves. As the band approaches the release of their 'Super Collider' album, they've just debuted another song off the disc called 'The Blackest Crow' which has some instrumentation not usually heard in the band's music.
We've got a fascinating new listen to share with you, even though it's 30 years old. Before Axl Rose picked up the microphone to lead Guns N' Roses, the singer fronted a band called Rapidfire in the early '80s, and believe it or not, Axl sounded like a mix between Rob Halford, Ozzy Osbourne and Glenn Danzig.
The Black Dahlia Murder's sixth studio album, 'Everblack,' is only two weeks away from its official release date! The Michigan metallers have already unleashed the track 'Into the Everblack' for the consumption of their rabid fans, and we're proud to exclusively present 'Goat of Departure,' the newest song made available from the Black Dahlia Murder's upcoming disc.