Ghost B.C. (Ghost) are constantly inciting their fans with little surprises. The Satanic cult was recently in Australia to play the iconic Big Day Out festival tour, but somewhere along the way, singer Papa Emeritus II took off his makeup for a special three-song performance.
Stone Sour are a band that respects their roots, and they've been very good about paying homage to their metal forefathers over the years. The latest instance of this has come on the band's winter 2014 tour, where Corey Taylor and his cohorts have been breaking out a cover of Metallica's 'Creeping Death.'
One of the perks of staging your own event is having the ability to drop in on your favorite bands during the festivities, and that's exactly what Metallica's Kirk Hammett did at the inaugural Fear FestEvil horror and music event in San Francisco.
Volbeat are taking the idea of 'Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies' to a new extreme, with the ultimate shady character appearing in their new video for 'Lonesome Rider.' The clip finds a young woman crossing paths with the Grim Reaper out on the Western plains.
King's X singer-bassist dUg Pinnick, Dokken / Lynch Mob guitar great George Lynch and Korn drummer Ray Luzier have found some common musical ground with their new project KXM. The trio have united to record a new album, and the self-titled disc is on schedule for a March 11 release through Rat Pak Records.
Korn have never shied away from using the musical platform to make a statement. In their new video for 'Spike in My Veins,' the band takes their concerns over what currently passes for news overtaking deeper issues like the government invading our privacy and addresses it head on.
Though their album, 'The Strange Case Of …,' came out in early 2012, Halestorm just keep rolling along with hit songs from the disc. The latest, 'Mz. Hyde,' now has a powerful concert video companion, which can be seen above.
While one new feud ignited over Grammy weekend between Sharon Osbourne and fellow music manager Jordan Feldstein, some other simmering bad feelings were officially squashed as the Osbournes made nice with pop star Lady Gaga. In fact, the pop star told Ozzy Osbourne that she used to strip to Black Sabbath's music!
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