New York City loves their punk rock and there's no better way to kick off the weekend than with Rancid, who rocked a sold out crowd at Terminal 5 on Friday (June 21) with support from the Transplants and Crown of Thornz.
Anthony Kiedis was definitely one "red hot" Chili Pepper Friday in Philadelphia, as he and a lady friend were turned away upon returning to their hotel by a security guard. Things got a little testy as Kiedis was trying to enter the Four Seasons and was told that he was not allowed
Andrew W.K. is mostly known as a frontman, which makes his latest feat all the more impressive. The musician stepped behind the drumkit Wednesday in New York as he attempted to set a world record for playing the drums over a 24-hour period
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich has heard the questions and he's well aware that fans are anxiously awaiting new material to digest. But at this point in their career, Metallica have earned the right to take the time to put out the record they want.
You can just feel the anticipation, and no we're not confusing that with Trent Reznor's ability to build the tension within a song. Nine Inch Nails' 'Hesitation Marks' album is due Sept. 3 and a few more crucial details about the disc have now surfaced. The group has revealed the track listing as well as the credits showing who performed on the album.
Middle Class Rut may just consist of two official members, but frontman Zack Lopez says that there is one other person who they consider as the unofficial third member -- director Lance Drake. The auteur has been behind the lens for their two most successful videos -- 'New Low' and the recently released 'Aunt Betty' -- and Lopez tells Noisecreep that their kinship was immediate.
The lineup is not complete as of yet, but Five Finger Death Punch are the first confirmed headliners for the 2014 ShipRocked Cruise. The band, who is issuing the two-volume 'The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell' this year, will sail the seas with a number of other top rock acts in January, traveling from the Port of Miami to a private island in the Bahamas.
It's not as if Ozzy Osbourne had not reunited with Black Sabbath before, even playing with his original bandmates on his own branded Ozzfest. Sabbath have played six such Ozzfest events dating back to 1997, but yet the band never recorded any new material. Osbourne admits in a new interview that part of the reason for that was his own ego.
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