It's only been a few days since the passing of GWAR frontman Dave Brockie (aka Oderus Urungus) and the entire metal world is still in mourning. Many heartfelt tributes have been extended by musicians and fans, but nothing has been said by GWAR's camp. However, GWAR have just released their first official statement commenting on Brockie's death.
Whitechapel will be unleashing their latest album 'Our Endless War' on April 29 and they're having some fun en route to the release. They recently issued a new single 'Mono,' and are holding a contest in conjunction with the song. Frontman Phil Bozeman talks about it in the above video.
It's always amazing when metal gets its due respect from mainstream media. It's even greater when a television legend like Jon Stewart takes a moment to memorialize a late metal icon like GWAR frontman Dave Brockie (aka Oderus Urungus), which is exactly what happened last night (March 25) on 'The Daily Show.'
Turn up your volume and make a mental note to remember the name Shattered Sun. The promising upstarts are the first signing to Breaking Bands LLC (the new management firm co-founded by Testament's Chuck Billy and Adrenaline PR's Maria Ferrero and former MegaForce Records owners Jon and Marsha Zazula) and they've teamed with Loudwire to exclusively give music lovers their first taste of new music in the form of the track 'Hope Within Hatred.'
Breaking news on the death of GWAR frontman Dave Brockie (aka Oderus Urungus). According to a Richmond, Va. news outlet, law enforcement is currently investigating Brockie’s death as drug-related based on evidence gathered at the scene of the singer’s death.
Nonpoint are getting their ducks in a row as they plan to take the next step in their musical career. The band has just inked a new deal with Metal Blade Records that will serve as their label home everywhere but in North America.
Music is a passion for the members of Metallica, but it's not their only passion. Guitarist Kirk Hammett and bassist Rob Trujillo have also found enjoyment riding waves, and their love of surfing has led them to being named the keynote speakers at the upcoming Surf Summit 17.
When Motörhead started, MTV didn't exist yet. These days, YouTube has become the place to watch all the latest clips. With that in mind, Motorhead have unleashed a lyric video for 'Crying Shame' from last year's 'Aftershock' album.
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