Featuring performances by multi-platinum artist Colbie Caillat, rock icons The Bangles, Grammy nominated saxophonist Mindi Abair, guitarists Orianthi and Richie Sambora, the event celebrated women in music.
If you aren't able to catch Municipal Waste on their current run of dates with Gwar, worry not. The band will be hitting the road at the end of May on a brief headlining tour, that sees the band joined by Black Tusk, as well as 3 Inches of Blood on select dates.
Looking to both honor the memory of the late Chuck Schuldiner and raise some money for an excellent cause, a cast of former Death members are getting together for the "Death to All" tour this year. Set to take part are guitarists Paul Masvidal, Shannon Hamm and Bobby Koelble; bassists Steve DiGiorgio and Scott Clendenin; and drummers Gene Hoglan and Sein Reinert.
The Los Angeles storage facility that houses the Alice Cooper Archives was broken into last Tuesday, March 27, along with three other storage units. Among the items missing are a large quantity of original vinyl records, a jacket and the original sculpture used on the cover of Cooper's Hey Stoopid album.
To kickstart your week, we've got a brand new track from Arizona's Job For A Cowboy for your listening pleasure. You can stream "Imperium Wolves" below. The track is taken from the band's upcoming new album, Demonocracy, which was produced by Jason Seucof (Trivium, Black Dahlia Murder) and recorded at Florida's Audiohammer Studios.
San Antonio's Upon A Burning Body are gearing up for the release of their new album, RED.WHITE.GREEN., which hits stores next week, and were nice enough to send over this exclusive video lesson featuring guitarists Chris Johnson and Sal Dominguez showing you some key riffs from the new album.
Armand Crump, Slayer’s longtime guitar tech, died yesterday, March 31. The cause of death has not yet been revealed. He leaves behind his girlfriend, Cassandra Dines, plus several family members and friends.
It's always nice when members of at least three of the Big Four Bands of British Rock (The Beatles, The Stones, The Who and Led Zeppelin) get together to jam on some old tunes -- and that happened last night, when Paul McCartney (Beatles) invited Roger Daltrey (Who) and Ron Wood (Stones) on stage to perform The Beatles' "Get Back" at London's Albert Hall.