Incubus Set To Release Massive ‘HQ Live’ CD + DVD Combo Packs
Incubus have worked hard to make themselves ultra-accessible to their fans since returning from a few years of hiatus. Their latest effort to let the fans into their world comes in the form of an expansive multi-disc set featuring live performances from the band’s gigs at Incubus HQ in West Hollywood.
Metallica’s Kirk Hammett Releasing First Book ‘Too Much Horror Business’
As lead guitarist for Metallica, there’s not too many obstacles that Kirk Hammett has left to conquer. Perhaps that’s why the 49-year old will soon take on a different challenge — conquering the literary world with his first-ever book ‘Too Much Horror Business — The Kirk Hammett Collection.’
The Smashing Pumpkins, ‘Oceania’ – Album Review
The Smashing Pumpkins are back with a new album, ‘Oceania,’ the first full-length effort featuring their current lineup. While it’s certainly no ‘Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness,’ the disc showcases a more focused vision than was present with 2007′s ‘Zeitgeist.’ Mostly absent are the moments of ‘Guitar Hero’ bravado Corgan so abundantly supplied on their last album and in their place are mo
Layne Staley Songs In ‘Grassroots’ Film Have Previously Surfaced [Audio]
Contrary to the initial reports, the songs featuring late Alice in Chains singer Layne Staley from the film ‘Grassroots‘ may not be on everyone’s radar, but they are definitely not unknown. In fact, one of them was already released in the mid 1990s.
Rob Zombie Drafts Producer For New Album, Talks ‘Lords Of Salem’ [Video]
As Rob Zombie puts the finishing touches on his upcoming witchcraft horror flick ‘The Lords of Salem,’ he is simultaneously preparing to enter the studio to record what he calls his “best record yet.”
Two Unreleased Layne Staley Songs To Surface In New Movie ‘Grassroots’
‘Grassroots’ is a new film based on the true story of two Seattle music journalists who look to shake up the political scene. But for Alice in Chains fans, the bigger news is that the movie will feature two never-before-released songs from late frontman Layne Staley.
Beastie Boys Have Plenty Of Unreleased Material Reveals Producer Mario C.
Mario C., collaborator, producer and friend of the Beastie Boys, says that despite the untimely death of Adam “MCA” Yauch last month, we still may hear new Beasties songs in the future. He explains that there is still plenty of unreleased music on the way from the recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees.
Nirvana Bassist Krist Novoselic Announced As Keynote Speaker For CBGB Festival
Former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic has been announced as the keynote speaker for the upcoming CBGB festival that is set to take place this July in New York City.
Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins To Play Iggy Pop in Upcoming ‘CBGB’ Movie
Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins will step out from behind the kit to portray punk icon Iggy Pop in the upcoming film ‘CBGB,’ which is about New York’s now-closed, legendary punk rock venue.
Stone Temple Pilots Add Dates To Core 20 Tour, Offer Meet + Greet Package
Stone Temple Pilots have started unveiling more dates on the tour where they will play their debut album in it’s entirety and are offering fans a unique opportunity to hang with Scott Weiland.
Pro-Shot Footage Of Korn And Brian ‘Head’ Welch Jamming ‘Blind’ Surfaces [Video]
Carolina Rebellion hosted the reunion performance Korn fans never saw coming. If you weren’t one of the lucky ones in attendance at the festival, you’ll be glad to know you can now experience Brian “Head” Welch‘s one-off performance of ‘Blind’ with his former band via this pro-shot video.
Ugly Kid Joe Return With ‘Stairway to Hell’ EP
After a 16 year absence, reunited hard rockers Ugly Kid Joe are back with new EP called ‘Stairway to Hell.’ Get all the details on their return and stream the entire six-song EP in full here.
Pearl Jam’s Jeff Ament Helps Build Skateparks In ‘Pass the Bucket’ Video
Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament talks about helping small towns get their very own skateparks in the new mini-doc ‘Pass the Bucket.’
Drummer Matt Cameron Offers Latest On Upcoming Soundgarden And Pearl Jam Albums
Matt Cameron mans the drum kit for both Soundgarden and Pearl Jam — two of the biggest bands in rock today. In a new interview with the busy stickman, he reveals why the Soundgarden album was pushed back, when the new Pearl Jam album will be done and how he keeps it all together.
Five Finger Death Punch’s Ivan Moody Aims To Make Concerts ‘Life Changing Events’
Five Finger Death Punch vocalist Ivan Moody explains how the band aims to alter the lives of their fans each night and discusses the extra love love shown for the band in the Midwest.
Disturbed’s David Draiman Set To Enter Studio For New Industrial Project
Disturbed may be on hiatus for an unspecified period of time, but vocalist David Draiman is set to return with an industrial rock project, for which he has just unveiled a whole slew of details via Twitter.
The Offspring ‘Dig A Little Bit Deeper’ On New Album ‘Days Go By’
The Offspring‘s Dexter Holland says the state of today’s music industry forced the band to ‘dig a little bit deeper’ when writing and recording their upcoming ninth studio album, ‘Days Go By.’
Alice in Chains Recording ‘Really Interesting’ Next Album
After a series of delays in the recording of Alice in Chains‘ fifth full-length album, singer-guitarist Jerry Cantrell reveals that the band is going full steam ahead with hopes of a 2012 release.
Red Hot Chili Peppers Concertgoers Assaulted After New Jersey Show
Violence broke out after a Red Hot Chili Peppers concert in Newark, New Jersey on Saturday (May 5), when a group of “thugs” descended upon the large crowd exiting the venue.
Korn Announce More 2012 North American Dates For ‘The Path of Totality’ Tour
Korn have added a new slew of dates to their North American tour itinerary, which will now see them travel through the Northeast, Midwest and parts of Canada.