Last night (May 25) marked the second Ozzy Osbourne-fronted Ozzy + Friends show, which took place at the Stadium in Stockholm, Sweden. More fan-filmed footage has found its way online and it's a thoroughly metallic way for Ozzy to satiate Black Sabbath fans who were disappointed that the reunited band had to table most of its planned tour dates due to Tony Iommi's lymphoma diagnosis.
Pantera are one of the very few bands whose power and influence has remained legendary for decades. As Pantera consistently remain one of the most discussed bands in metal history, the subject of a partial reunion comes up fairly regularly. However, the question remains -- who would fill the spot of the late, great "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott?
It seems as though Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp becomes a bigger attraction by the year, not just for the fans and those willing to shell out for the experience, but for those in the industry willing to serve as instructors.
If you want to shred like Zakk Wylde, well, keep practicing! However, if you want to look like Zakk Wylde while you play guitar, now you can. Gibson recently revealed their Zakk Wylde Les Paul Custom Vertigo.
Up until now, if you wanted to play a guitar with Zakk Wylde's signature bullseye graphic on it, your only choices were to either buy an Epiphone or paint the logo on your own instrument. If neither of those choices appeal to you, good news: Zakk has teamed up with Gibson to create the axe known as the Zakk Wylde Les Paul Custom Vertigo.
Axe wizard Zakk Wylde's talks about his new book 'Bringing Metal to the Children' and many other topics in a recent interview with The Nervous Breakdown. The book offers practical advice for musicians like how to get a record deal, but the advice is given with Wylde's trademark humor and profanity. There are also plenty of behind-the-scenes tales from his crazy life.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of iconic amplifier brand Marshall, the company has announced that they will be taking over London, England's Wembley Arena on Sept. 22 for a massive concert. The show will feature performances by members of bands such as Iron Maiden, Slipknot, the Cult and Black Label Society.
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