During this year's Grammy Awards, you won't see Motley Crue perform at the ceremony or accept any awards, but the band's music will appear in a new commercial. Their classic song 'Home Sweet Home' has been licensed by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC for the minute-long ad (watch above), which will use the hashtag #HomeRocks for social media.
After some time off for the holidays, we're bringing back the Death Match! We've also re-vamped the Death Match Hall of Fame, which in addition to living on Loudwire.com, also now appears on the official Loudwire YouTube channel. Hall of Fame inductees will now get more exposure than ever, and these two bands will now face off for the chance to carve a path to the Hall.
It's rare that a band opens themselves up so publicly to reveal such a deeply personal piece of art. The always introspective Steel Panther have just unveiled such honesty in the new track 'The Burden of Being Wonderful,' which will appear on the heavy metal act's third studio album, 'All You Can Eat.'
Taking Back Sunday are ready to emerge from their recording cocoon and will let their new album, 'Happiness Is,' take flight in March. The band just put the final touches on their new disc with producers Marc Jacob Hudson and Mike Sapone and have unleashed the lead single 'Flicker, Fade' (heard above).
Progressive metal giants Cynic are set to release their third studio album, 'Kindly Bent to Free Us,' on Feb. 14. The album is certainly one of metal's most anticipated releases of the year, and to help hold you over for the next month, Cynic have unveiled a lyric video for the album's title track.
For a decade, A Day to Remember have mixed pop-punk with metalcore and hardcore to concoct an unlikely blend that has won over legions of fans. With their latest album 'Common Courtesy,' ADTR have come out swinging yet again, and the group has just put out an awesome video for 'Right Back at it Again.'
Against Me! have seen it all, rising through the ranks to major label success and then stepping away from the machine to run their own career. While the subject of their new song 'Black Me Out' is not clearly stated, it's pretty clear that frontwoman Laura Jane Grace has some discontent to voice.