With one excellent offering already under their belts in recent months, Coheed and Cambria won't keep fans waiting for new music long. The band will release the second part of their double album, The Afterman, in February, and earlier today a brand new song online. Watch the lyric video for "The Hard Sell" from The Afterman: Descension below.
Deftones have announced a month-long run of U.S. tour dates in support of their latest album, Koi No Yokan. Dates for the trek, which includes makeup dates for New York and Boston shows cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy, can be found below.
Today, we've teamed up with Southern rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd to bring you the exclusive premiere of the new lyric video for "One Day at a Time" off the band's latest album, Last of a Dyin' Breed. Check it out below.
After some speculation from fans that 2011's Thirteen might have been the band's last record, Megadeth mainman Dave Mustaine made it official last night via Twitter that the band had started work on their fourteenth studio album.
Given that there aren’t very many—or, perhaps, any—metal bands in recent memory to have emerged from the steely northeastern Pennsylvania city of Scranton, it’s not surprising that the six members of horrorcore act Motionless in White have experienced their fair share of sideways glances when they’re out and about in town. After all, the city’s two biggest claims to fame are Vice President Joe Biden, who was born there, and Dunder Mifflin, the Scranton-based fictional paper company at the center of The Office. And neither looks particularly out of the ordinary.
Def Leppard have just released a seven-and-a-half minute acoustic medley as an exclusive iTunes download. Fans who caught the band on their recent Rock of Ages tour will be familiar with the track, which contains sections of "Where Does Love Go When It Dies," "Where Does Love Go When It Dies" and "Two Steps Behind."
Last year, Godsmack’s Sully Erna took a creative leap of faith and released Avalon. Godsmack has shown glimpses of Erna’s world and tribal influences most notably with tracks like “Voodoo." Avalon fully immersed the artist into a word of musicians and collaborators that resulted in an album that shows the depth and breadth of Sully’s talents.