Southern California's Epicenter Festival turns five this year and organizers didn't have to look far to find some homegrown talent to mark the occasion. The Offspring will headline the 2013 Epicenter Festival, while fellow veteran SoCal outfits Bad Religion and Pennywise will also take part in the event.
Andrew W.K. is up for just about anything, as evidenced in the past year alone by his participation in the 'My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic' fan conference, playing a keyboard solo that sent a million-volt jolt through magician David Blaine's body and serving as a pitchman for Playtex's Fresh + Sexy Wipes
Happy Father's Day to all of the dads out there from Noisecreep. And we're not the only ones offering Father's Day wishes today as a number of top rockers have weighed in with their own salutations to the dads of the world, some of whom are actually peers in their bands and others
Summer is coming, which means massive amounts of outdoor concert festivals, and one of the biggest is the annual Vans Warped Tour. There's no doubt that Warped Tour can be one helluva great time, but if you're not prepared there's always the risk that things can go south. There a
Megadeth bassist David Ellefson has enjoyed a celebrated career in rock and he's ready to share his stories, both good and bad, in the new memoir, 'My Life With Deth.' The page-turner now carries an Oct
Get ready, Between the Buried and Me fans! The band has heard the requests and they're ready to honor them by performing both parts of 'The Parallax' in its entirety, which should be one hell of a show
Legendary guitarist Zakk Wylde just wrapped up three nights of intimate shows at the Iridium Jazz Club in New York this past week. Earlier in the week he performed with the Les Paul Trio, but for his final date it was just the Black Label Society frontman and his longtime cohort Nick Cantanese.
The last night was a special one for both Wylde and his fans. When one goes to see Zakk Wylde it's mo
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It was a big night for metal's icons at the 2013 Kerrang! Awards. Pantera, Slayer, Iron Maiden and Venom all took home special honors for their dedication to the metal craft. The event honored the best in hard rock and metal over the past year, with a few career trophies being dished out as well.
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Five Finger Death Punch definitely made a name for themselves based on their own merits, but with success comes more opportunities. Nowhere can this be seen more than on the band's upcoming double album, 'The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell,' which has already spawned, 'Lift Me Up,' a duet with Rob Halford. Frontman Ivan Moody tells Metal Shrine that even more guests turn up on the new collection, and he adds that the band's success has created another opportunity for him after this album cycle concludes.
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