While Eddie Van Halen has remained largely silent this year around the release of the band's new album, A Different Kind of Truth, David Lee Roth has done a few select interviews. And in true Diamond Dave fashion, he's always good for a few quotes.
New Yorkers are getting a brief break from Lin-sanity this week as Van Halen came to Manhattan to perform two shows at Madison Square Garden, where the storyline shifted from the Knicks to guitar licks.
For all the positive reviews of Van Halen's new album, A Different Kind of Truth, there has always remained a steady drone of a naysayers claiming that the band is just not the same without bassist Michael Anthony.
Earlier this month, we posted a video of David Lee Roth interviewing the Van Halen brothers about their early lives. Now, a second part to the video has surfaced online, which features some reminiscing about the early days of Van Halen. Watch it below.
While Van Halen's new album, A Different Kind of Truth, maybe be remembered for having some of the heaviest tracks in the band's catalog, there's one mostly acoustic number on the album that has proved surprisingly infectious: "Stay Frosty."
After hearing us talk about it for the last month, we thought it'd be nice to give you all a chance to voice your opinions and tell us what you, the readers, think of the band's first album with David Lee Roth in 28 years.
An Oakland University writing student was recently suspended from the college for writing an essay titled "Hot For Teacher." The essay was deemed inappropriate by his professor, who was neither flattered nor amused by the student's assignment.
Van Halen's new album, A Different Kind of Truth, has officially landed in the number two spot on this week's Billboard charts. The band's first new album with David Lee Roth in 28 years moved over 187,000 copies in its first week on sale.
Not sure if you've noticed, but Van Halen have been in the news a lot lately. There's the new album, the rumors -- or hopes, at least -- of a surprise Grammy night appearance -- and now this: The gang over at Yahoo! have tracked down Lillian Muller, the actress who played the hot teacher in Van Halen's 1984 video for "Hot for Teacher."