On Jan. 25, Cave In will release their first CD in four years, as the vinyl-only EP they issued earlier this year, 'Planets of Old,' will be packaged along with a DVD of their June 2009 reunion show. Singer Stephen Brodsky is happy that it's coming out on another forma
A VH1 spokesperson has confirmed that model Keri Lee, probably best-known for her role as Miss Box of Junk on VH1 Classic's 'That Metal Show,' has passed away. Lee, who was 25, was found in her New York apartment on Dec. 7
As someone who's inked Slayer, Pantera and Slipknot, Paul Booth is much better known as one of the premier tattoo artists in the country than as an album cover designer. But when Mudvayne asked him to design their forth
Cave In and Converge share more than just the first letter of their name and a connection to the New England hardcore scene. In fact, Cave In frontman Stephen Brodsky once filled in as Converge's touring bas
Youv'e got to hand it to Machine Head -- they know a thing or two about overcoming adversity. Written off by both Roadrunner Records and much of their fan base in the beginning of the decade, they succeeded in winning both back, with Roadrunner re-signing them in 2004. And the release of their epic 2007 album, The Blackening, gained new
Metallica's James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich recently met up with Alice in Chains while both bands were playing the Sonisphere Festival at Knebworth. While Metallica are better known for their 26-year body of work than their interviewing skills, their frontman and d
Metallica and Alice In Chains together sounds more like it's more fitting for a dream musical collaboration than a breezy interview session, but James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich recently got together with Jerry Cantrell, Sean Kinney, Mike Inez and new vocalist William DuVall while both bands were playing the Sonisphere Festival at Knebworth.
The FMQB Productions radio special 'Inside Alice In Chains: Black Gives Way to Blue' was an
With Alice In Chains' comeback album, 'Black Gives Way to Blue,' in stores now, the video for 'Check My Brain' is a straight-ahead performance clip -- with a twist. A song about guitarist Jerry Cantrell's relocation from Seattle to Los Angeles, it
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