Motorhead are hitting the high seas, and if they have their way, you'll never hear the ship's horn. That's because there will be some stellar metal bands on board ready to drown out any outside sounds on "The Loudest Boat in the World." The inaugural 'Motorhead's Motorboat Cruise' will set sail in September 2014 with Megadeth, Anthrax and a whole host of heavy rock acts joining in the fun.
When it comes to interviews, Zakk Wylde is all business. We invited the Black Label Society frontman to our studio to learn about the band's ninth studio album, 'Catacombs of the Black Vatican,' along with everything Zakk Wylde. It didn't take long for Wylde to open up, enlightening us about the courage it takes to get in bed with a woman, the pain of masturbatory accidents + much more.
Just in time to promote Black Label Society's ninth studio album, 'Catacombs of the Black Vatican,' guitar god Zakk Wylde dropped by our studio for an exclusive interview. During our chat with the BLS frontman, he told us a must-hear and hilarious Ozzy Osbourne story unlike any you've heard before.
The legendary Zakk Wylde was the guest this past weekend on the 'Loudwire Reloaded' radio show hosted by Mike 'Sandman' Sanders. If you missed the show, we have the full interview with the Black Label Society frontman posted below. Tune in to 'Loudwire Reloaded' each weekend on select rock stations across the country. In the meantime, check out the Q&A with Wylde here:
Black Label Society's Zakk Wylde was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. Wylde spoke about the band’s upcoming album, 'Catacombs of the Black Vatican,' his creative process and the group's recently added guitarist Dario Lorina. If you missed Jackie’s show, here’s her full interview with Black Label Society's Zakk Wylde.
Some may go into the Apple Store to check out the latest iPad or iPhone, but Friday night (Jan. 17) metalheads gathered at the Apple Store in New York City's SoHo neighborhood for an intimate question and answer session along with an acoustic performance featuring the one and only Zakk Wylde.
As a member of the tragically infamous '27 Club,' guitar god Jimi Hendrix died much too young. However, during his short time in the spotlight, Hendrix cemented himself as perhaps the greatest guitar player of all time. To celebrate Hendrix's immortal influence, musicians such as Zakk Wylde, Buddy Guy, Jonny Lang, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and even Jimi Hendrix Experience / Band of Gypsys bassist Billy Cox will hit the road for the Experience Hendrix 2014 Tour.