Monthly Archives: August 2018

It's called being at the right place at the right time. And because those people who were lucky to be wandering the parking lot of the Hollywood Palladium yesterday in Los Angeles, they were given a special treat: the Foo Fighters performed a surprise pop-up show for a stunned audience. It would have been understandable
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The music industry remains in a state of flux, with many long-time artists re-thinking what works best and whether releasing new music really works in the current environment. German rockers, Scorpions, and their lead singer Klaus Meine says that where his band is concerned, they are not opposed to making another studio album. The last
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They’ve been offering hints about it for months. Now, Led Zeppelin have released an official teaser for “Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin,” the illustrated history celebrating the band’s 50th anniversary. The video (link below), offers glimpses into the 400-page hardcover book. Adding to the allure and interest is the fact that the book
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If you’re wondering whether new music from Guns N’ Roses means waiting years until the writers in the band find the time to put together material, wonder no more. Speaking with Classic Rock magazine, guitarist Slash has confirmed that lead vocalist Axl Rose has collected enough material for a possible new Guns N’ Roses
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Alice In Chains singer/guitarist, Jerry Cantrell, has revealed the inspiration behind the band’s new song, “Never Fade.” In an interview with The Pulse Of Radio, Cantrell said that the song was inspired by his grandmother, late Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell, and late Alice In Chains vocalist Layne Staley. Cantrell explained: "I think there
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