Cinderella

Jackyl Frontman Brought Rocklahoma and AEG Live Together
"I don't mind people saying what they want to say, but take the time to listen and understand reasons why, because there are legitimate reasons why this festival has been altered slightly," says Joe Litvag, Senior Vice President of AEG Live, of the newly revamped Rocklahoma to Noisecreep "I think once people understand and take the time to really put the facts together, they can wal
Tom Keifer Makes Plans to Release Solo Album
Tom Keifer Makes Plans to Release Solo Album
Tom Keifer, best known as front man to blues rock outfit Cinderella, has been working on a solo record for what seems like forever. While many critics and fans alike mused the work wasn't done, Keifer sets the record straight. In fact, his solo album is ready for release and includes some songs originally written for the ill-fated, turn-of-the-millennium Cinderella record that never saw the light
White Noise: News on the Empire Shall Fall, Immortal, Cinderella, the Ramones, Ensiferum and More
White Noise: News on the Empire Shall Fall, Immortal, Cinderella, the Ramones, Ensiferum and More
It's Friday, folks. What a week it's been. The weather has been getting colder, and today, we shoot another podcast. Satyricon will be today's podcast guests, and they'll be talking to us about the state of black metal, why they won't be touring next year, and whatever else we think to ask them...
The Destro’s Aggressive Sound Is Fueled by Death, Breakups, Couch Hopping and Huey Lewis
The Destro’s Aggressive Sound Is Fueled by Death, Breakups, Couch Hopping and Huey Lewis
It's a Monday afternoon, just outside Little Rock, Ark., and the members of the Destro are speeding down the highway, blasting the Allman Brothers Band's 'Ramblin' Man.' The band is on tour with It Dies Today and Arsonists Get All the Girls, and as guitarist Nick Emde admits, the Destro's sticking out like a sore thumb on this trek...

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