Def Leppard recently released a deluxe reissue of their highly underrated 1996 album 'Slang' and the band is teaming up with Loudwire and Ultimate Classic Rock to bring you the exclusive premiere of the lyric video for 'Where Does Love Go When It Dies.'
Genre-melding super genius Andy Rehfeldt has struck again with a hilarious death metal rendition of a classic pop anthem. In this piece of Rehfeldt goodness, the musician takes on Culture Club's 'Karma Chameleon,' turning Boy George into the most brutal androgynous vocalist in history.
We at Loudwire our big fans of Murp. Made up of vocalist Aaralyn and drummer Izzy, Murp captured the attention of millions by performing on 'America's Got Talent' last year, garnering millions of YouTube views in the process. And while they didn't end up winning, there's no stopping metal's favorite kid band, as Aaralyn and Izzy have just unveiled a winter rendition of the Sepultura classic 'Roots Bloody Roots.'
Rockers usually like it hard and heavy, but it's okay for them to show a more sensitive side from time to time and that's what fans are getting with Filter's touching new clip for their current single, 'Surprise.'
Korn singer Jonathan Davis appeared on the Feb. 17 edition of 'The Alex Jones Show,' spouting off some controversial opinions in the process. During Davis' interview with Jones, a noted conspiracy theorist, the Korn frontman shared his distress over the abundance of cameras in public, theories of how the media used Miley Cyrus to distract the masses from political issues and more.
If you've turned on CNN or read the news lately, you've probably heard about 19-year-old Miranda Barbour, a young woman who is accused of killing a man she met via a Craigslist ad, and who has confessed to killing at least 22 other people as part of a Satanic cult. But regardless of her association with the cult, Korn's Jonathan Davis says that Satan really has nothing to do with it.
Almost exactly a year after the release of 'Temper Temper,' Bullet for My Valentine have completed several new songs for their next album. In a new interview with EMP Rock Invasion (watch above), frontman Matt Tuck and drummer Michael "Moose" Thomas talked about the new songs.
Lamb of God fans are now getting a chance to check out the band's 'As the Palaces Burn' documentary, shot by director Don Argott, but admittedly the final product is not what the band had initially intended.
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