Black Country Communion Eye Late October Release for Third Studio Album
After appearing in a stagnant state earlier this spring, Black Country Communion are now forging ahead with their third studio album. Earlier this year, singer Glenn Hughes stated that he had a wealth of songs ready to go, but there were only rumors at that point of a recording session over the summ…
‘Clockwork Angels’ Co-Author Claims Novel Can Stand Independently of Rush’s Latest Album
One of the things that stands out with Rush is the complexity of their playing and how deep the lyrics often take the listener. Because of that, it would seem that having a spinoff novel of the group’s latest disc ‘Clockwork Angels‘ would be a perfect fit for the Rush fan…
The Doors Tribute Highlights 2012 Sunset Strip Music Festival’s Opening Night
The Doors‘ legacy on the city of Los Angeles is unquestioned, and this year the band was chosen as the primary honorees of the annual Sunset Strip Music Festival in West Hollywood, Calif.
Axl Rose Gets February 2013 Court Date in ‘Guitar Hero III’ Activision Blizzard Case
Guns N’ Roses singer Axl Rose will get a chance to take legal action next February against Activision Blizzard despite part of his case against the company taking a hit earlier this week. At issue is the ‘Guitar Hero III’ insertion of a playable Slash character …
Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx Rips Dave Mustaine Over Shooting Conspiracy Theory
Megadeth singer Dave Mustaine has been spouting some interesting theories about the recent mass shootings in the U.S., trying to tie it to President Barack Obama and his attempts to pass anti-gun legislation. But not everyone subscribes to Mustaine’s conspiracy theory and they&CloseC…
Kiss Alumni Peter Criss and Bruce Kulick Schedule Fan Expo, Trivia Event Appearances
Kiss fans in New Jersey and Las Vegas should have plenty to keep them entertained this fall, as both founding drummer Peter Criss and longtime guitarist Bruce Kulick have announced appearances at interesting events.
Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee Faces Possible Lawsuit over Drum Rollercoaster
The drum rollercoaster has become a major attraction at Motley Crue‘s live shows, but there’s someone ready to challenge the notion that Tommy Lee or the band came up with the idea on their own.
Release Date For Soundgarden’s First New Album in 16 Years Revealed
The long-awaited Soundgarden reunion album now has a release date. Fans waiting to hear the group’s first new album in a decade and a half can now mark Nov. 13 on their calendars.
Blood, Sweat & Tears Saxophone Player Bill Tillman Dead at 65
Blood, Sweat & Tears saxophone player Bill Tillman, who performed with the group for much of the ’70s, passed away in Houston Wednesday (Aug. 15) at age 65 after an early morning fall.
Elton John Bassist Bob Birch Dead of Apparent Suicide
Bob Birch, a long-time member of Elton John‘s band, was discovered dead Wednesday (Aug. 15) of an apparent suicide. The bassist had performed with John for two decades, and also worked with many other music legends.