Everything that Rocks the River City
Slayer Guitarist Kerry King: Big 4 May Be No More
If you’ve been hoping and praying that the Big 4 will soon be playing a full U.S. tour, you might want to lower your expectations and be happy with that DVD of the Sonisphere show from Sofia, Bulgaria. In a recent interview with UK’s Classic Rock magazine, Slayer guitarist Kerry King sai…
Update: Fooled by Tool
For nearly 20 years, Tool have developed a well-deserved reputation for being secretive, cryptic, even evasive. Judging from a November newsletter the band released yesterday morning, the progressive, psychedelic and emotive hard rockers remain as frustratingly elusive as ever.
Red Hot Chili Peppers Announce Initial Dates for 2012 North American Tour
Fans of the Red Hot Chili Peppers have waited patiently for news about a new North American tour since before the summer release of their 10th album, ‘I’m With You.’ Finally, the first half-dozen dates have been announced.
Marilyn Manson Loses Drummer Chris Vrenna
Marilyn Manson drummer and keyboardist, Chris Vrenna, has left the band to spend more time working on his band Tweaker, scoring music for films and video games, DJing and producing other artists.
Kid Rock Debuts New Video for ‘Care,’ Books CNN ‘Heroes’ Gig
In 1997, Detroit bad boy Kid Rock was a devil without a cause, raising havoc and keeping the party raging. Now, Rock is singing a different tune and he’s. His new video for ‘Care,’ which debuted today, accompanies his chartbusting country rock single about social and political awar…
Metallica to Play Entire ‘Black Album’ at 2012 Download Festival
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the England’s Download festival, Metallica will play their mega-selling 1991 self-titled disc (aka ‘The Black Album’) in its entirety.
Slipknot: Next Album Is All About Paul Gray
The masked marauders of Slipknot have elaborated on plans for their next album, but they reiterate that they’re in no hurry to enter the studio.