Sevendust To Hit Studio For New Album On September 5
Sevendust are back, and they’ve slapped an official date for when they’ll start recording their upcoming new album! The Atlanta-based metallers will hit the studio on Sept. 5 to start work on the new release, which will be the follow-up to the band’s 2010 set, “Cold Day Memory.”
Uproar Festival Offers $15 ‘Early Bird’ Tickets
If you’re bent on checking out this year’s Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival but short on cash, the fine folks behind Uproar are making it easy on you. The festival is offering a limited number of $15 “Early Bird” lawn tickets for the third annual tour, which kicks off Aug. 17 in Kansas City, Mo., and runs through Sept. 30 in Albuquerque, N.M.
Sevendust’s Clint Lowery Pours Heart And Soul Into Call Me No One Album
Sevendust guitarist Clint Lowery is determined to make his new project Call Me No One work. In a new blog posted on Lowery’s official website, the prolific guitarist expressed his excitement about the band’s debut disc — ‘Last Parade,’ out today (June 5) — and how he “can’t wait for people to hear” the result of all the hard work Lowery, Sevendust drummer Morgan Rose, Hurt’s Rek Mohr and guitarist
Sevendust Guitarist Clint Lowery: New Album Will Drop In 2013
Clint Lowery has confirmed that a new Sevendust album is on the way.
Candlebox Singer Kevin Martin Inspired By Tool, Mastodon + Iron Maiden
Candlebox are back in full force with a new album, ‘Love Stories and Other Musings,’ and lead singer Kevin Martin says the album’s inspiration came from a very different place in his life than it did when the band first broke out in the early ’90s. He also offers a surprising list of metal acts among the bands that help inspire his songwriting.
Metallica Looking to Record Next Album with Rick Rubin
Following Metallica’s less-than-popular collaboration with Lou Reed last year, the metal gents are ready to get back into the studio and craft a proper Metallica set. Speaking with Metal Hammer (via Blabbermouth), frontman James Hetfield and drummer Lars Ulrich hinted that the next Metallica album will be another one with producer Rick Rubin in tow.
Theory Of A Deadman’s Tyler Connolly Asks ‘Do You Know Who I Am?’ In New Video [Video]
If Theory of a Deadman’s Tyler Connolly were to walk up to you on the street and ask, “Do you know who I am?” would you know? That’s the basis behind the Canadian hard rock band’s latest behind-the-scenes video. The clip has Connolly walking through the streets of New York City, asking everyone and anyone, “Do you know who I am?” The results are pretty hilarious, and instead of ruining it for you,
Ozzy Osbourne Unveils Details On 2012 Record Store Day Releases
It’s almost here: Record Store Day 2012! The annual holiday takes place on the third Saturday of every April, and it strives to bring together independently owned record stores to celebrate the art of music.
Buckcherry Embarking On 2012 U.S. Tour With James Durbin And Redlight King
Rock ‘n’ roll boys Buckcherry are back, and they’re hitting the road this spring on a headlining jaunt with support from ‘American Idol’ guy James Durbin and fellow hard rockers Redlight King. The tour kicks off April 21 in San Antonio, Texas.
Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale Says Fans Inspired ‘The Strange Case Of…’
The release of Halestorm’s “The Strange Case of…” is inching closer and closer, and when the set arrives on April 10, singer Lzzy Hale says to expect something unlike anything that Halestorm have spit out before. Speaking with the Pulse of Radio (via Blabbermouth), Hale explained that fans are “going to be hearing and tasting a lot of different sides of Halestorm” on the album.
Ozzy Osbourne To Unleash Vinyl Release For Record Store Day
Record Store Day happens on April 21 this year, and the exclusive releases scheduled to drop on that day are mounting. Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, has revealed Ozzy Osbourne 7” and 12” vinyl releases will be unleashed for Record Store Day 2012.
Mark Tremonti: We’re Performing Classic Creed Tracks Better Than Ever
It’s hard to believe, but the boys of Creed celebrate the 15th anniversary of their multiplatinum debut album, ‘My Own Prison,’ this year. Of course, a milestone like that can’t go by without some kind of celebration, and in that spirit, the guys — singer Scott Stapp, guitarist Mark Tremonti, bass player Brian Marshall and drummer Scott Phillips — are setting out on a North American tour this Apri
Corrosion Of Conformity Drummer Muses About How Internet Changed Music
Corrosion of Conformity have been making the heaviest of music for roughly three decades. Of course, a lot has changed since these punk-metal gents first started out in the ‘80s; notably, the Internet has altered the playing field. Drummer Reed Mullin is taking all the change in stride and even finds little humor in the many various names people have made up to describe different genres of music t
Duff McKagan Was ‘Reluctant at First’ To Open For Guns N’ Roses
Former Guns N’ Roses bass slinger Duff McKagan is once again on the road with his good buddies, as his band Loaded is opening for a pair of dates on GN’R’s uber-raved about tour. When first presented with the offer to play, though, McKagan admits that he wasn’t sure he wanted to join up with his Axl Rose and the current line-up of his old band.
Chevelle Drummer Sam Loeffler Explains Origin of ‘Face to the Floor’
Chevelle’s latest single, ‘Face to the Floor,’ has the Chicago guys spitting out hard rock in true Chevelle fashion: guitars reeling onward, choruses swelling and Pete Loefflers’ emotional, yearning vocals emoting over a sea of sturdy rhythms.
Adelitas Way Singer Rick DeJesus Gives Songwriting Advice
Adelitas Way’s lead single, ‘Sick,’ off their current full-length, ‘Home School Valedictorian,’ shot to No. 1 on the active rock chart last summer, carrying an in-your-face, sing-along chorus and catchy hard rock character.