There were high hopes for rock band Big Wreck - formed in 1994 at the esteemed Berklee College of Music in Boston, signed to Atlantic - but then after 1997's In Loving Memory Of... and 2001's The Pleasure and the Greed albums, the four-piece broke up and it was no
Soundgarden's hot-ticket club show at Toronto's Phoenix Concert Theatre Friday night (Nov. 16) for a capacity-crowd of 1100 wasn't the only thing smokin'. Frontman Chris Cornell even noticed the perpetual w
For much of their career, Our Lady Peace had the perfect practice space. Unlike the massive warehouses that house dozens of rehearsal rooms in Toronto, the multi-platinum rock band own a private, 3000-square-foot. two-level building downtown.
With Thanksgiving not too far away and then Christmas, Noisecreep felt the time was right to focus on 10 rock musicians that are involved with charitable causes. While they likely support more causes than this, the following are some key ones they put their name and dollars behind: ranging from animal welfare to multiple sclerosis, clean water to epilepsy.
After almost two decades with the same line up - the first eight as the underground indie band Pezz, Canadian arena headliners Billy Talent let guitarist Ian D'sa fully take the reigns for their forthcoming album, Dead Sil
In discussing his 2010 self-titled album that features various singers from Lemmy to Fergie, Slash called Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy "the big discovery of making the record." Now Kennedy is the only singer on Slash's new album, Apocalyptic Love
Guitarist/vocalist Brian "Head" Welch, the co-founder of Korn who left after 12 years after he got sober and chose "the Lord Jesus Christ as his saviour," released 2008's Save MeFrom Myself under his own name, but has spent the past couple of years assembling a new band called Love and Death, which was finally solidified in 2009.
Love and Death just returned from Brazil from their first tour there. A five song EP
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