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Methods of Mayhem, ‘Fight Song’ — Song Premiere

Can anyone really predict what Tommy Lee will venture to do next? When it came time for a new Methods of Mayhem album he, along with producer Scott Humphrey and singer-guitarist J3, opted out of doing what had been done before, boasting the huge gold chain of a hip-hop artist who aided in the songs.

This time around, the core skeletons of each song for 'A Public Disservice

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Methods of Mayhem, ‘A Public Disservice Announcement’ — New Album

Tommy Lee enlisted the public to help him make the new Methods of Mayhem album, so he's cleverly titled the result 'A Public Disservice Announcement,' due out Sept. 21. But it doesn't sound like the public did him a disservice or vice-ve

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Cypress Hill Exhibited Metal Cred 17 Years Before New Album

It should come as no surprise that Cypress Hill's new album 'Rise Up,' which is out April 6, will feature guest appearances by System of a Down guitarist Daron Malakian, Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello and Linkin Park vocalist Mike Shinoda.

The stoner rap pioneers have had a long history of working with rock and metal bands, and even sampled Black Sabbath's 'The

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Motley Crue on Break, Just Don’t Tell Tommy Lee



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are taking a break, but that doesn't mean Tommy Lee is sitting still. "We've been doing the last two summers in a row -- Crüe Fest, which is our festival. We're going to give it a rest in 2010, and then go back into the studio here and make some new music, a new re

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Tommy Lee Enlists You to Record ‘Public Mayhem’

"There is a lot of talented people that are undiscovered -- you know, not in the right place at the right time, don't know what to do with their talent ... they are out there. I see them," Methods of Mayhem creator

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Tommy Lee, Methods of Mayhem Say No thanks to Hip-Hop This Time Around

When you hear the name Tommy Lee, your mind most likely goes to 'drummer' or 'Mötley Crüe.' Over a decade ago, Tommy took a hiatus from Mötley to explore other creative avenues, creating nu metal act Methods of Mayhem. The band's sound drew from all sort of musical

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Methods of Mayhem Want Your Help for New Album

Methods of Mayhem are calling out to the world to help them record their next album. Tommy Lee, who fronts the band, is asking fans and anyone else who wants to get in on the action to collaborate remotely on isolated instrument tracks. The resulting album, 'Public Mayhem,' is slated for release sometime in

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White Noise: News on Megadeth, Black Dahlia Murder, Faith No More, 3 Inches of Blood and More

A blog posted over at Invisible Oranges this week has us asking this question: Is it possible to love a band but hate their fans? Cosmo Lee wonders in the column if there's some sense of self-loathing involved in hating fans of a band you dig? The column recounts Lee's experience seeing a bunch of no-neck-having, Affliction-donning d-bags leaving a Lamb of God show and shuddered at the thought that he might be just like the posers he was ridiculing. The column got us thinking about all the bands we used to love during the late 1990s (we don't care if that dates us), and how those bands' fan

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Like a Storm ‘Chemical Infatuation’ — Video Premiere

If haven't heard of New Zealand rockers Like a Storm, that's all about to change. You see, Like a Storm is keen on gaining a wide North American audience this fall, when their debut album, 'The End of the Beginning,' lands in stores.

Started by three brothers back in 2004, Like a Storm decided to leav

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