If you haven't checked out Steel Panther's new video for 'Party Like Tomorrow is the End of the World,' then find a quiet corner where no judgmental eyes are upon you. The NSFW video is packed with tons of boobs, lots of drugs and people doing tons of drugs off lots of boobs! The video is amazing, obviously, so Steel Panther have offered those who couldn't make the party a behind-the-scenes look into its creation.
Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer is a busy man these days. Not only does he have two new albums out with 5FDP and his autobiography on the way, but he's set to premiere a short comedic film based upon two characters that he and his drum tech Bobby "Rockshow" Watson created. In fact, the film, 'The Adventures of Uncle Colt & Cletus: Hedge-Hoggin',' will premiere on Loudwire this Friday (Nov. 29) at 9PM ET/8PM CT.
We're going to forgo making any bad puns here about how sweet this drum cover is by this child. Oops! Sorry, we couldn't help it! Getting down to business, this kid rocks his drum kit jamming out to Guns N' Roses classic track 'Sweet Child O' Mine.' We're gonna nickname him 'Steven Toddler.'
Just look at these rock 'n' roll children! Rather than toiling away at singing some silly nursery rhymes and annoying their parents, these kids can be as loud as they want if they keep singing songs like this! Hell, it might even give the adults an excuse to shamelessly sing along with the famed Black Sabbath tune!
On Nov. 18, 1993, Nirvana took a trip to New York City and taped their iconic 'Unplugged' set for MTV. The special aired less than a month later on Dec. 14, adding yet another immortal moment to Nirvana's vast list of achievements. However, 20 years later, MTV has revealed that at the insistence of Kurt Cobain, drummer Dave Grohl almost didn't perform at the 'Unplugged' set.
One of the best things about kids is that they have no pre-conceived notions about certain things like music. They know nothing about the sub-culture of each genre and the politics within it. Their minds fall into the realm of "I may not know art, but I know what I like." In this case, art is brutal death metal.