Every year from late April through May, several rock festivals are held across the United States, and are collectively known as the 'World's Loudest Month.'
Rock on the Range
It may not be the full-on Pantera reunion that many have clamored for, but it's as close as you'll get for now. Kill Devil Hill, performing at Rock on the Range over the weekend, staged a mini-Pantera reunion as Philip Anselmo, who was performing with Down later in the day, joined his onetime bandmate Rex Brown for a blistering rendition of 'Mouth for War' for fans attending the festival.
It's still a few weeks away, but music lovers heading to Columbus, Ohio, for the annual Rock on the Range festival can begin planning who they want to see and when. One of the biggest issues for any concertgoer is potential time conflicts, but Rock on the Range's organizers are giving those attending plenty of advance notice to make for the best concert experience possible.
2014’s concert schedule is starting to take shape with the dates for many of the biggest and most anticipated U.S. rock festivals being revealed. From April 26 through May 31, six rock festivals will invade the U.S., resulting in what could only be called the World’s Loudest Month.
Korn fans have had a lot to be thankful for lately with Brian 'Head' Welch's return to the band after an eight-year break and news that that their "best album ever" is completed. We discussed those things and more with the band's guitarists, Munky and Head, in our exclusive interview with the duo at Rock on the Range.
Ever since deciding to continue as Alice in Chains after the death of Layne Staley, the band has faced some scrutiny from their fans who were not in love with the idea. In a video interview (watch above) we conducted with Sean Kinney at Rock on the Range, the drummer goes in-depth about the subject that has divided the band's followers.