Though K.K. Downing may have left behind the fame and glory of rocking and rolling with Judas Priest in favor of running a golf course, he fondly remembers his former days on road, particularly in the far east.
Metallica wants their fans to be a part of the group’s upcoming movie! According to the band’s official website, all wheels are rolling for their much talked about 3-D concert movie, and anyone willing to travel to Vancouver, B.C. can be a part of the process for a very low price.
If you’re looking for a heavy dose of sexual boasting on the new Kiss album, you might want to re-align your expectations, according to Gene Simmons. “A lot of the lyrics and points of view have less to do with sort of the cocksmanship,” he says, declaring the subject matter to instead be “more about sort of primal notions about who we are and how we feel.”
Two of the most iconic bands of the late ’70s and early ’80s, Blondie and Devo, are combining forces for a short summer tour. The ‘Whip It To Shreds’ tour (get it?!) will kick off Sept. 7 outside Seattle and wrap up in Chicago on Sept. 26.
One of rock and roll’s most legendary voices, Ronnie James Dio was silenced nearly two years ago after a very public battle with cancer. To honor the fallen rocker, a new tribute CD is being organized and lending a hand are none other than Metallica.
The new single from the long-awaited new Rush album, ‘Clockwork Angels,’ is here, and let us tell you… it rocks! The song, titled Headlong Flight,’ clips along at a brisk pace nearly from start to end. Rush haven’t sounded this emphatic and dynamic in a long while.
Keith Moon was capable of many things. He could drive cars into swimming pools, destroy hotel rooms in a single night, create havoc whenever needed, and most importantly, play the hell out of a drum kit. One thing our beloved Moonie cannot do, however, is rise from the dead and take part in this year’s London Olympics.
It has been confirmed that Ronnie Montrose’s death last month was not directly due to his long battle with cancer. The San Mateo County Coroner’s Office reports the guitarist instead died from suicide in the form of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Mike Campbell, guitarist for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, has a new video documentary premiering online, taking viewers on a virtual tour of his guitar collection. Campbell is known to have quite a large collection of guitars, so this should be interesting viewing not only for Petty & Campbell fans, but for guitar aficionados in general.
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