Lamb of God were set to kick off a headlining tour back in early August which would have seen them on the road with Gojira and Dethklok, but after singer Randy Blythe spent over a month in prison in the Czech Republic, the band understandably had to cancel the planned dates.
With only 16 guitarists remaining in our massive tournament to crown your choice for the greatest of all time, we decided it'd be nice to take a break this week and take a good, close look at the men who have made it through three grueling rounds to make it to our Sweet 16, which is being brought to you by Sweetwater Sound.
George Harrison’s black leather jacket, worn on stage during numerous early 1960s Beatles shows, is among the highlights of Bonhams Entertainment Memorabilia sale that will take place December 12 in Knightsbridge, London.
Over the Labor Day weekend, Pearl Jam co-headlined the first-ever Made in America Festival in Philadelphia. The festival is the brainchild of rapper Jay-Z, who put together a diverse lineup that also included Run DMC, Skrillex, Drake, Dirty Projectors, Gary Clark Jr. and more.
Black Country Communion — the hard-rock supergroup featuring Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Derek Sherinian and Jason Bonham — have been a creative tour de force since emerging in 2009, releasing albums in consecutive years beginning with 2010's Black Country.
It looks like all the recent covert activity by members of the Rolling Stones -- including recent reports of recording sessions and rehearsals -- is indeed leading to something. The Stones have announced they'll play four shows later this year in celebration of their 50th anniversary as a band. The shows will mark their first live appearances since 2007.