Alice in Chains have had a rough ride since their hay day in the early Nineties. They released an album in 1995 and soon after went on an indefinite hiatus. In 2002, their lead vocalist, Layne Staley died of a drug overdose and it took until 2006 for the band to recover and find a satisfactory replacement in William DuVall.
I can say that I have had the pleasure of having Pop Evil in the studio numerous times since they first started touring in 2008. In fact, I met them when I was doing the grand opening remote of the Guitar Center in Evansville, and Pop Evil was playing cover songs under a tent in the parking lot
Last week I had a career highlight opportunity come my way. The chance to interview Slash. Not only is he a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but also ranked by several guitar magazines to be one of the top 50 guitarists of all time
There is no denying that the world of heavy music has made some significant changes over the past twenty years, most of which have been detrimental to the “sell your soul” philosophies of our downtuned forefathers, while the legends that remain keepers of the roundtable have their hearts eaten out everyday by the same rotten industry that they undoubtedly created.
Rob Zombie, music maker and filmmaker has combined both of his areas of expertise into the new video for the song "Dead City Radio". The song is from Rob's forthcoming album "Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor," which drops on April 23rd
As you should know by now, Device is the new project from Disturbed frontman David Draiman. The band's self-titled debut album won't be in stores until Tuesday, April 9th...but they were cool enough to share the whole damn thing with us, so we could share it with you.
Sevendust, a band out of the Atlanta area are the frontrunners of the rock formula of very rough style vocals on the verse parts of the song, which later explode into a melodious chorus. It's my belief that they have influenced many bands in rock since Sevendust first hit the scene in 1994, while releasing the debut album in 1997
As most rockers around the tri-state know, Jeremy Spencer, drummer for Five Finger Death Punch is from our area...Boonville to be exact. I can't believe that town hasn't erected a statue of him in the twon square as he is perhaps the most famous person of any profession to come from Boonvegas
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