Las Vegas, the Guns N’ Roses road show is coming to you for the better part of a month. Axl Rose and crew have announced a series of 12 shows that will run between Oct. 31-Nov. 24 that will take place at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
The juggalos are one of the most loyal fan bases in music, but would you consider them to be a gang? As the “Gathering of the Juggalos” takes place this week at Cave-in-Rock, Ill., Insane Clown Posse and their Psychopathic Records label have sought out legal council to investigate action against the FBI after their fanbase was labeled “a gang.”
Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe is now home and ready to discuss his time behind bars and his plans to return to the Czech Republic to face charges relating to his alleged involvement in the death of a fan during a show in 2010.
Slash has moved on with his career, as have many of his former Guns N’ Roses bandmates. Even Guns N’ Roses have moved on, with Axl Rose fronting the group that features a completely different lineup. But still, there are always questions about if a reunion of the original band will ever take place.
Chevelle just keep on chugging along with their latest album, ‘Hats Off to the Bull.’ The Windy City rockers are currently one of the top draws on the Carnival of Madness tour, and have just announced their first post-Madness dates for the fall.
Dead Sara have certainly done quite well with their own music this year, but it never hurts to have some fun with a cover song once in a while. The group just posted the first of what they intend to be a series of informational videos titled ‘Face to Face Fridays’ in which they take and respond to questions from their fans.
Yesterday (Aug. 3) was a big day for Randy Blythe, who finally got to set foot on American soil late in the afternoon. The Lamb of God vocalist has spent the better part of the last month in a Czech Republic jail after being accused of having a role in the death of a fan at a show in Prague in 2010.
It was a hot Midwestern night at Lollapalooza in Chicago, but that didn’t deter a frenzied crowd from showing their support for metal legends Black Sabbath, who made their U.S. return Friday night (Aug. 3) at Grant Park.
While each of the Slipknot band members having a number assigned to them is just part of the fun of following the group, percussionist Shawn Crahan reveals that there was no master plan on how they would lineup and after deciding to adopt the idea, everything fell into place.
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