If you've been waiting to see Mötley Crüe's highly-hyped Super Bowl commercial, wait no longer. See what happens when Mr. Sandman accidentally sprinkles just a little too much wish dust on a snoozing husband and watch his dreams explode with a mishmosh of male fantasies, which apparently involve scantily clad supermodel Adriana Lima, a manly cameo from MMA's Chuck Lidell, more scantily clad model-types, a giant sandwich and Mötley Crüe performing 'Kickstart My Heart.'
And, of course, the lead gent is riding around a race-track in a Kia
Submariners from the nuclear submarine HMS Victorious got a surprise when it was announced that Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson was on board. As an international rock star, he's conquered land. As a licensed pilot, he's conquered the sky. And now ... the sea?
Of all the legendary rock bands to ever peddle merch in their name, KISS has lead the way in creativity and ridiculousness. Don't believe us? Check out our gallery and peek at the trinkets, body products and actual, functional KISS "Kaskets" as Noisecreep takes a survey of some of the craziest items ever sold in the name of KISS. What'd we miss? Got some? Raise your hand or
Not enough rock in the Grammys for you? On April 11, 2012, the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE will debut their new exhibit "Golden Gods: The History of Heavy Metal." The show, a collaboration with Revolver Magazine, will open in time to coincide with Revolver's The Golden
Now here's a holiday tradition we could see ourselves getting into. Check out this little house decked out with electric lights set to flash and blink precisely to Slayer, courtesy of one real hands-on metal fan, a festive cache of electronics and a YouTube account his daughter sign
You don't really know Till Lindemann until you've seen him prancing on the sand in a Hawaiian shirt. German industrial metallers Rammstein are a fun couple of dudes, as evidenced by their penchant for pyrotechnics and cinematic video epics. Their latest clip for 'Mein Land' takes it back t
Korn's Jonathan Davis has determined that dubstep is the new nu-metal and if you resist, you're living in the past. "It's like all the purist metal-heads that said we were really rock when we came out," he tells MTV
Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda has contributed the musical score to the upcoming action film 'The Raid,' a sound instantly recognizable to Linkin Park fans -- full of melodic tension and signature anthemic hooks. "The guys reached out to me because they wanted a certain sound: something big and high energy," Shinoda tells Billboard.
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