Motionless in White are flipping the script a bit on two familiar favorites from their catalog. “Another Life” and “Eternally Yours” are getting fresh takes with classically-inspired versions of the songs, complete with guest vocalists. The two revised songs, along with instrumental versions featuring the new arrangements, make up the […]

Back in April, Godsmack called off their touring for the remainder of the year, seeing the problems lying ahead of trying to tour during the global pandemic. But that doesn’t mean the band hasn’t kept busy during the time off the road. Sully Erna recently revealed plans to hopefully finish […]

Members of Periphery have formed a pop-punk band. King Mothership is the name of the new act from vocalist Spencer Sotelo and drummer Matt Halpern, who have today (Aug 7) released their debut single “Cosmic Meltdown.” Slaves bassist Tai Wright is also a part of the project. Check out the new […]

Unwound bassist Vern Rumsey has reportedly died at the age of 47. Few details about the death were revealed, but his passing was shared by Rumsey’s Household Gods bandmate Conan Neutron. “Absolutely stunned and shocked. Vern Rumsey is gone. I have no details at all. One of the sweetest and […]

Tommy Lee was blown away by the success of The Dirt and how it not only brought Motley Crue a new generation of fans, but legitimately resurrected the band from self-imposed retirement. In this interview, Lee talks about the movie being stuck in development hell, how bands can’t get away […]

We’re still in the lead up to Corey Taylor‘s first solo album (CMFT is due Oct. 2 via Roadrunner Records), but the singer just dropped his plan for starting work on its follow-up. Speaking with KAAOS TV (viewed below), Taylor stated of his upcoming release, “The only thing I really […]

Just last week, there was some head scratching going on as Taylor Swift‘s Folklore album appeared, with the artwork closely mirroring that of Ihsahn‘s “Stridig” single. Now it appears a second similarity with ties to black metal has been spotted, with questions popping up over a Marilyn Manson promo photo. […]

Aug. 1, 1981 was the day that MTV invaded cable systems across the U.S. for the first time. “MTV” stood for “Music Television,” and the network operated as something of a loosely formatted radio station that played videos. However, as artists didn’t routinely film videos, the channel was somewhat limited in […]

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