The top rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for Aug. 28, 2014.
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Asking Alexandria have their ode to the road in the brand new video for 'Moving On.'
Some legendary acts made their way to this year’s Afropunk Festival in Brooklyn. Punk icons Bad Brains and Cro-Mags rocked Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn along with Body Count, Straight Line Stitch and Unlocking the Truth.
No Devotion have issued a music video for their single 'Eyeshadow' and announced their first North American tour dates.
Live are back with a new album and new vocalist as Chris Shinn will front the group for 'The Turn' album in October.
Ace Frehley speaks with Loudwire about his 'Space Invader' album, his fiancée's influence on his creative work and more.
AC/DC wasted no time in recording their latest studio album, as drummer Phil Rudd reveals it was a 10-day session.
Mushroomhead have delivered a politically-charged and violent new video for their song 'Out of My Mind.'
Theory of a Deadman help the guys at Arcade Sushi debunk some video game conspiracy theories.
Emigrate, led by Rammstein's Richard Kruspe, will release 'Silent So Long' in October.