Rock on, Harper Willow.
You might remember David Dockery as tghe drummer who perfectly scored Charlie from It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia infamous "Pepe…
Specifically "Ghost Riders In The Sky."
"So we’ve been in the studio for the past year and we’ve put together about fifteen songs so far that I think match or beat anything we’ve done in the past."
AC/DC's Brian Johnson Returns To The Stage with ROBERT PLANT, PAUL RODGERS For First Time Since Hearing Loss
We haven't seen AC/DC's Brian Johnson on stage in over a year, after he revealed he has suffered permanent hearing…
One thing I appreciate about In This Moment is their attention to detail and visuals. The visuals are in full-effect…
It's three minutes of batshit insanity.
This edition includes the rise of a new supergroup, the debut of a (soon to be) prog star, a unique…
JOHN FRUM (The Dillinger Escape Plan / The Faceless / John Zorn) Sheds All The Details About The Band In Their First Video Interview!
Frank meets up with Liam Wilson (The Dillinger Escape Plan) and Derek Rydquist (ex- The Faceless) to discuss their new…
Well damn, John Frum kills it live.
Members Of STONE SOUR And More Join The 1 Million Mohawk Challenge For May, Mental Health Awareness Month
The month of May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so let's help out!
"I don’t know how to tell you this … but my biggest fear was that Madonna would snatch him up."
Check out Max Volume Silence Live, video by Frank Huang
Trivium's Matt Heafy doesn't exactly hide that he's a good singer, and his cover of Radiohead's "Exit Music (For A…
Focusing on the rock n' roll lifestyles of major stars on the road!
Get ready to get heavy with some monolithic sludge metal from the UK's Ohhms.
Nine minutes of total nihilistic darkness.
Throughout highschool, I was sucked deeper into the black hole of the Marilyn Manson universe. As I researched each band member, I remember stumbling upon John 5's entire solo discography. The country-fusion style was unique amongst other shredders and added a twisted Southern vibe to his already creepy facade. Of course, nowadays the axe man has aligned his chops with Rob Zombie, but I feel that his creativity and talent are fully shown on these solo LPs.
It's because John Carpenter murdered their old frontman. True story, maybe.