Finally, an anthem to address the terrible experience of your socks losing their elasticity and falling down your shoes around your feet, and it's set to "Walk" by Pantera. Stay to the end for an awesome cameo!
Lamb of God was on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night to perform two of their new songs, '512' and 'Still Echoes'. Hell yeah!
Johnny Depp sure has been schmoozing with some A-list rockers as of late; fresh off collaborating with Alice Cooper and Joe Perry for his latest album, the movie star was spotted at a charity event rockin' out some KISS tunes with Gene Simmons.
Here's the latest video from Iron Maiden for the song "Speed of Light" and.. WHY THE HELL AREN'T THESE REAL VIDEO GAMES?!
Lamb of God just dropped the video for the song, "512" in their email newsletter this morning, and it is very brutal. The Summer's Last Stand Tour starts July 24th. Oh hey, that's also the same date the new album, 'VII: Sturm Und Drang' comes out! It's gonna be a metal summer.
The Rolling Stones played a surprise show in LA last night which included playing 'Sticky Fingers' in its entirety. Earlier this year, the band threw the idea of playing the album in its entirety around, being unsure of how it would resonate with audiences. The Rolling Stones are getting ready to go on their Zip [...]
Maria Brink from In This Moment appears as a guest vocalist on Papa Roach's song "Gravity" which released on their newest album F.E.A.R. and recently joined Papa Roach on stage at a show in Moline, Il to perform a live debut of the song. This will probably happen more often later this year, seeing as [...]
Foo Fighters served as David Letterman's last ever musical guest on May 20, which makes sense because Foo Fighers are Letterman's favorite band. The band played a live rendition of "Everlong" as a video tribute to Letterman's 33-year career played over the top of it.
Need a pick-me-up to help you get through your day? AC/DC has your back with their new video for "Rock the Blues Away" off their latest album, Rock or Bust. Enjoy!
Recorded live for the BBC. Check it out: