Slash has put together an all-star collection of vocalists, from Ozzy Osbourne and Lemmy to Chris Cornell and Avenged Sevenfold's M Shadows for his eponymous solo debut. But most of those heavyweight music stars have prior commitments with the band that made them ro
Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy has become a voice for icons in the last couple of years, singing a song on Slash's upcoming self-titled solo album, and even more famously being brought in during rehearsals to work with Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham when the threesome thought of carrying on sans Robert Plant.
For the unassuming Kennedy, the surprise is less the company he keeps than just the fact he's a front
The Grammys haven't always been kind to hard rock, with AC/DC not getting their first award until this year, Led Zeppelin famously never winning one (though they did get a Lifetime Achivement Grammy) and Black Sabbath winning their first in 2000 for 'Iron Man.'
As part of the Guitar Center Drum-Off in Los Angeles, Tommy Lee and Street Drum Corps skinsman Frank Zummo put together a ridiculous 'who's who' of drummers, ranging from the Red Hot Chili Peppers' Chad Smith and Matt Sorum to Incubus' Jose Pasillas and the E-Street Band's Max Weinberg, along with his son Jay, to perform as part of 'Bezerk,' a show Lee and Zummo conceived of together.
"Guitar Center got us in a room together and they were like, 'We want to do something epic, something really theatr
Through nearly 30 years making metal mayhem, Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo has seen the highs and lows of the genre, from the early '80s heyday of Judas Priest and Iron Maiden to the birth of the underground that spawned his own band; from Metallica and more of the dark, late '80s days of hair metal bands such as Poison; the grunge era, during which Nirvana made metal obsolete; and the early '90s, during which Ozzfest packed stadiums.
As one of the ambassadors of metal, Lombardo has some strong o
When Noisecreep recently met up with Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo in the green room at Los Angeles' Amoeba Records for a video chat, we had to ask him about the recent online furor he created by offering Metallica drummer Larus Ulrich some drum lessons. The first thing we wanted to know was whether
Slash has read the feedback and heard the comments from fans on his remake of the Guns N' Roses classic 'Paradise City' with Fergie and Cypress Hill. "Out on the street it's one or the other; either they love it or they hate it. There's no in-between," he tells Noisecreep.
As we previously told you, Slash got together some of his buddies to benefit a good cause, the Los Angeles Youth Network, for a benefit gig in L.A. Well, the show took place Nov. 22, and as host George Lopez
In the ever busy world of Corey Taylor -- the frontman who divides his time between masked metalheads Slipknot, solo work, and Stone Sour -- it's quickly on from one project to the next. So with Slipknot having wrapped up their most recent tour on Halloween and the deca
Slash will be hosting a rock 'n' roll jam Nov. 22 at L.A.'s Avalon with Ozzy Osbourne, Dave Navarro, Chester Bennington, Billy Idol, Tom Morello, Perry Farrell, Wolfmother's Andrew Stockdale and more. While the iconic guitarist has done a few other of these Slash and Friends shows over the past y
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