The apocalypse was supposed to happen in 2012, not 2013, right? It seems like doomsday math has always been a little off, so we have some evidence that might be more proof positive of the pending end of times than some number crunching. Pop sensation Justin Bieber was recently filmed singing along to a Metallica jam!
The hard rock / metal world keeps separate from the world of pop music -- for the most part. But what if the two worlds collided? The result can be an odd mix. Here, we've come up with 10 awesomely awkward supergroups
We all know it's much easier to put together a band than it is to assemble IKEA furniture. Everyone can take lessons on their respective instruments, but the instructions on how to build anything from IKEA are less decipherable than a death metal frontman's growls. The one thing the Swedish store might be helpful for, however, is the hardest part of forming a band: deciding on a band name!
Ozzy Osbourne is known for his trademark glasses and long black hair. They have been part of his look for decades (save for that blond period in the '80s). Now, his baby granddaughter Pearl is following in his footsteps, as you can see from the photo below posted by Ozzy's son Jack on Twitter.
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee and Nicolas Cage's son Weston, who is a notable black metal musician, reportedly had a bit of an altercation over the weekend which nearly ended in fisticuffs. After a Motley Crue performance on Sept. 22, a backstage brawl nearly occurred after Weston was reportedly blocking the entrance to Lee's dressing room.
Last month, Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie and her actor husband Josh Duhamel announced that they had named their son Axl. It's not a very common name, and Fergie has said she's a big Guns N’ Roses fan, meaning the kid was likely named after Axl Rose. This week, TMZ caught up with Slash and asked him his thoughts on the name (watch video above).
Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson has a rich history in the field of aviation, but the iconic singer has been accused of accepting a deal with the U.S. military to develop 'lighter-than-air' drones. Dickinson has since denied the accusations, but according to another news source, the alleged contract could be worth anything up to $500 million.