Theory of a Deadman

Rock on the Range 2010: Bad T-Shirts, Good Bands
"Are you ready to make some memories?" Drowning Pool frontman Ryan McCombs screamed at the ever-growing crowd of kids in the pit at Rock on the Range. The Columbus, Ohio festival went down May 22 and 23 at the Crew Stadium -- an appropriately perfect venue for just the right mix of metal, mud and horrible tattoos...
Lacuna Coil, Sevendust and Others Added to Rocklahoma Lineup
As we march ahead to May and concert season, festival lineups are taking their final form. Sevendust, Fuel (featuring original lead singer Brett Scallions), Lacuna Coil, the Last Vegas, Gypsy Pistoleros, the Nigel Dupree Band, O'Dette, Problem Child, Black Tora, Mad Max and Bad Things have all been added to the Rocklahoma 2010 lineup...
Black Sunshine, ‘Once in My Life’ — New Song
Black Sunshine, a new band featuring freestyle skier Matt Reardon and ex-Filter and Theory of a Deadman guitarist Charles Lee, will release their self-titled debut on April 13. A track from the disc, 'Once in My Life' is available for streaming on their MySpace page...
Godsmack, ZZ Top Tapped for Rocklahoma 2010
Rocklahoma, once known as a festival celebrating classic bands, just received a facelift. Godsmack, ZZ Top and Buckcherry are among bands slated to perform the May 28-30 Rocklahoma 2010 festival held annually in Pryor, Oklahoma. The change isn't a big surprise as promoters announced a partnership with AEG Live back in December...
Taking Dawn Don’t Gamble or Do Strip Clubs
"We're not clubber dudes. We don't do strip clubs. A lot of the people we grew up with ended up being bad into drugs, and we don't gamble," Taking Dawn frontman Chris Babbitt admits to Noisecreep. "We're the anti-Vegas guys, but we love it because it's our home...
Taking Dawn Frontman ‘Not A Glam Guy’
Newcomers Taking Dawn are not glam. Even if you think their sound is throwback or '80s or melodic, they are not glam. If you think they are glam, you are wrong. Just ask lead guitarist and vocalist Chris Babbitt. "If anyone put us as a glam band, I'd have to jump off a roof...
Vince Neil Says Motley Crue ‘Still Bad Boys’
How could it be? Vince Neil, lead singer of Mötley Crüe, the self-proclaimed "loudest band in the world" is sick of boobs? Seriously? In a recent interview, Neil admits that seeing women flash him from the audience doesn't exactly have the same appeal as it once did. "After...
Motley Crue to Stock Shelves With Updated Greatest Hits
Mötley Crüe's 'Greatest Hits' album has gotten even greater. On Nov. 17, just in time for the holiday gift-giving season, the glam metal pioneers will release an updated version of the 2003 album, which contains material that wasn't written yet when the original came out. The new 1...

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