Papa Roach Performing + Answering Questions During Live YouTube Session
Papa Roach may not have been able to cut their summer and fall tour plans short, but the band is ready to bring you a special show this afternoon (Oct. 23), and you can watch it live. The group has teamed with YouTube for a live performance and question and answer session and you can watch it in the video below. It’ll mark the band’s first performance since singer Jacoby Shaddix underwent vocal su
Ex-Pennywise Singer Jim Lindberg’s Book Idea Adapted for Film by Jason Segel
A great idea is a great idea, and former Pennywise singer Jim Lindberg continues to see positive returns from his ‘Punk Rock Dad’ book. Initially, the vocalist saw his book turned into a documentary helmed by director Andrea Nevins featuring several rock star fathers. Now, ComingSoon.net reports that ‘How I Met Your Mother’ actor Jason Segel has picked up the rights to adapt the premise into a tra
Lacuna Coil Launch Their Own Social Networking Fan Community
Lacuna Coil are making sure their faithful followers are able to keep up with the latest news from the band by launching their own social network-fan community. The group teamed with Mobile Backstage to create the application, which will allow fans easier access to all kinds of Lacuna Coil information.
Geoff Tate Wins Court Ruling to Continue Using Queensryche Name
There will continue to be two Queensryches, at least for the time being, as a Washington state judge ruled Friday (Oct. 19) in favor of Geoff Tate, allowing the singer to perform with his own version of the group after being ousted from his former band earlier this year.
Three Days Grace’s Brad Walst Joins Neuroblastoma Research Fundraiser
Three Days Grace are usually pretty good about signing on for causes, but bassist Brad Walst has a personal reason for participating in the James Fund’s walk-run fundraiser for neuroblastoma research. His young son was diagnosed as having a cancerous neuroblastoma tumor several years ago.
Metallica’s Robert Trujillo to Show Jaco Pastorius Film Clip at Bass Player Event
Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo is just about finished with the documentary honoring his idol, Jaco Pastorius, and he’s ready to share a bit of the film with a crowd that would truly enjoy it — the audience members at this weekend’s Bass Player LIVE! bash in Hollywood.
Stone Sour Construct House-Like Packaging for New Albums
Leave it to Corey Taylor to go big with his latest vision. The Stone Sour singer just continued his dedication to the ambitious ‘House of Gold & Bones‘ double-album by introducing intricate packaging for the two releases, which when put together forms the shape of a house. Fans will be a ...
Motorhead Discussing Covers Album Ahead of Studio Return
Motorhead are filling the time between albums with their latest live document, ‘The World Is Ours Vol. 2 – Anyplace Crazy as Anywhere Else,’ but the thought process has begun for their next record and frontman Lemmy Kilmister says there is the possibility that it could be a covers disc.
Zakk Wylde Likens Potential Pantera Reunion to Led Zeppelin Getting Back Together
Zakk Wylde‘s name has come up more than a few times this year as a fill-in for a potential Pantera reunion, but before that could ever happen, the remaining members would have to determine if a reunion without the full original lineup is in their best interest. Wylde tells Brave Words that Pantera getting back together after the death of Dimebag Darrell is similar to what Led Zeppelin had to consi
Black Veil Brides Announce ‘The Church of the Wild Ones’ 2013 North American Tour
Good things come to those who wait, and 2013 is looking especially good for Black Veil Brides fans. In addition to their recent announcement that their new album would be arriving in January, the group has also revealed their first extended tour in support of the album.
Poison’s Bret Michaels to Host Travel Channel’s ‘Rock My RV’ Series
Poison frontman Bret Michaels has found his next television project, as he’s signed on to host the new Travel Channel Series ‘Rock My RV,’ which starts production in November.
Red Hot Chili Peppers Rock Out at Flea’s Birthday Bash Fundraiser in His Backyard
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea made sure that his 50th birthday would be one that he and all of his guests would remember as he opened up his backyard for a concert-fundraiser to benefit his Silver Lake Conservatory music school.