Travel can be a tricky thing, and Testament aren't the first band to run into problems trying to make a deadline. But the band admits that their way of dealing with a travel inconvenience at an Indonesian festival could have been handled better.
In the latest episode of Fuse's 'Metalhead to Head,' Korn's Ray Luzier and Anthrax's Charlie Benante sit down and chat with each other (watch Part 1 above). Two great drummers shoot the breeze about everything from how they got started drumming to developing their style to being fathers. There's a drum pad in between them, and throughout the interview they actually play various parts and demonstrate techniques.
Machine Head are making progress on their new record and would like to share some new music sooner than later. As such, they're giving fans a glimpse inside the studio in what will be a series of production blog videos and arranging for a special Record Store Day release.
Hellyeah definitely shook things up earlier this year when they announced that guitarist Greg Tribbett and bassist Bob "Zilla" Kakaha had exited the group. The announcement came right as the band was announcing that they had completed a new album and were planning to release it. Now, in a new interview, drummer Vinnie Paul clarifies the band's current lineup and how they intend to proceed after parting ways with the two musicians.
There are few rockers that have as colorful of a history as Alice Cooper, so it is with great anticipation that the 'Super Duper Alice Cooper' documentary will arrive this year. Fans can start preparing for the film as it's just been announced that the movie will officially premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this year.
Where there's smoke, there's fire, and where there's blistering guitar riffs, there's Gus G. That's evident in the guitar great's new video for 'I Am the Fire,' which also features a guest turn by Devour the Day.
Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce is adding to his music resume as he's launching a new record label. Bruce has teamed with co-manager Kyle Borman to announce the formation of the new KBB Records. In addition, the label has signed upstart rockers Scare Don't Fear as their first act.
Deftones frontman Chino Moreno may be spending his time in Australia promoting his other band Crosses, but that doesn't mean that Deftones are taking things easy. Despite an earlier report that the band would be taking the year off, it's all systems go in the Deftones camp.
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