When it comes to music in my life, I usually like the stuff that nobody else does or the stuff that isn't played on the radio. Or the hard stuff that usually pisses off the normal person. AC/DC has always been criticized for their music.
Recently an Australian TV show host interviewed AC/DC's Brian Johnson and Angus Young as they continue to make the promotional rounds in support of their new album "Rock Or Bust" which was released last week. During the interview Angus revealed that the only reason he watches the Olympics i…
Good news: AC/DC will release their 15th studio album, "Rock Or Bust," on Nov. 28. The bad news? Malcolm Young has officially retired. The new album, which was recorded in 10 days, will be the first in the band's 40-year career without Malcom,
Anthrax are currently making the rounds down under and one of their recent stops on Australia's Soundwave Festival came in Perth, which also just happens to be the hometown of late AC/DC frontman Bon Scott.
Hard rock and beer go together swimmingly, don't you think? Various rock acts have released their own official brews in the past, and Australian legends AC/DC recently joined the club with a new, full-bodied German beer.
Pantera's music has long served as inspiration for knocking somebody out, but for parents seeking a more responsible method to put their kids to sleep, a new CD, 'Lullaby Versions of Pantera,' has just been released by Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star.