These videos have been everywhere the past few days, so we couldn't help but bring them to you as well. A band of children -- ages ranging from eight to ten, and dubbed the Mini Band -- have made quick names for themselves, playing covers of songs like "Enter Sandman" and "Sweet Child O' Mine."
Salt Lake City may not be on the short list of cities with the rowdiest metalcore crowds, but you wouldn't know it from watching video from last night's headlining performance from Bring Me The Horizon.
The latest batch of wackiness from the Lips -- after releasing a 6-hour song -- is that the band are planning to record a 24-hour-long song. If that's not WTF-worthy enough, the final product is to be released inside a human skull. No, not a gummy human skull -- they did that already -- an actual human skull.
Here's the latest news from the "people who steal guitars from caskets" department: A grounds superintendent at Wisconsin cemetery has been accused of stealing a $2,000 Fender Telecaster from the casket of a man who had recently died.
There are some internet parodies that just won't go away, and it seems the "Hitler Reacts To..." videos are one of them. Still, when the popular meme turned its sights on Gibsons' new Firebird X guitar, we couldn't help but share the video that's been played on almost every computer in the Guitar World offices this morning.
Indie folk rock and Pantera are not two things mentioned often in the same breath, but today is one of those rare occasions. Philadelphia-based indie-folk band The Bailey Hounds recently performed an acoustic cover of Pantera's "The Great Southern Trendkill." The results? Watch the video below and decide for yourself.
Jack White and the Insane Clown Posse. They could release ten full-length albums together, tour relentlessly, start an annual music festival that bears both of their names and we probably still wouldn't get used to seeing those two names juxtaposed.