Evanescence were close to their fourth straight Cage Match victory, but Epica fans rallied at the last moment to lead the Dutch symphonic metal group to a win with their single ‘Storm the Sorrow.’ Will they be able to do it again against today’s challengers?
Punk rock has a rich history as a powerful grassroots genre which changed the state of rock music forever. Whether it be Iggy Pop and the legendary Stooges, CBGB's New York City scene spearheaded by the Ramones, the British punk invasion of the almighty Sex Pistols, or the Hollywood punk rockers Black Veil Brides, the genre has enriched the … wait a minute … did we just say Black Veil Brides? Actually, the answer is yes, as the band recently stated that their next album is "going to be a punk rock record."
British music magazine Kerrang! has just announced the list of nominees for their 2012 Kerrang! Awards. Among the most nominated acts for the annual awards show are Black Veil Brides, Falling in Reverse, You Me at Six and Mastodon.
Andy Biersack of Black Veil Brides recently checked in with Soundwave TV as the band arrived in Australia to take part in the 2012 Soundwave Festival. Biersack talked about everything from overzealous fans to the band’s upcoming plans for their new record.
X Japan have been blazing through the Cage Match and today they are going for their fifth and final victory, which would propel their song 'Jade' into the Loudwire Cage Match Hall of Fame. After beating the Used yesterday, will they be able to win once more against today’s challenger?
Nikki Sixx and his band of fellow miscreants in Motley Crue defined rock 'n' roll excess in the '80s. No band has filled Motley's slot as the baddest boys in rock in the modern era. Times have changed and rock bands aren't the party animals they used to be, something that Sixx acknowledged.
Black Veil Brides are proud of their status as a polarizing band. Singer Andy Biersack doesn't care about what people think and he isn't engaged in a struggle to earn cred or respect. He is not striving to be cool.
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