Post by Slipknot.
Filmed at Knotfest 2014 in San Bernardino, CA.
Loudwire put together this video of rock stars including Phil Anselmo, Slash, Scott Ian, Sully Erna, Tom Maxwell and more sharing their stories and feelings about the late Dimebag Darrell who was shot and killed 10 years ago today (Dec. 8).
This guy does a 20-minute Megadeth medley playing snippets of all Megadeth songs in chronological order. He starts all the way back at Killing Is My Business...And Business Is Good and ended with Super Collider. He doesn't slip up once either. What a badass!
The newest episode of Foo Fighters’ HBO series, Sonic Highways, focuses on the rich musical history of Seattle, Washington. Naturally, Nirvana received heavy focus during the episode as Dave Grohl recounted his time in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame outfit. Among the biggest revelations was the time Kurt Cobain asked to hear solo [...]
The Who has released a lyric video for their newest song "Be Lucky" which was featured on their The Who Hits 50! compilation album released last month. The video features old footage of the band from the 60s & 70s as a look back at their career.
Here's the new music video for AC/DC's newest song "Rock Or Bust", the title-track from their new album that will be released on Dec. 2.
The Minutemen bassist Mike Watt plays a pivotal role in Foo Fighters’ history. For Foos’ first official tour in 1995, they, along with Eddie Vedder’s side-project Hovercraft, opened up for Watt on his solo outing. In addition to performing as openers, Vedder and the Foos served as Watt’s backing band throughout the tour. When taking [...]
Before Craig Ferguson leaves "The Late Late Show" in December, he wanted to have Metallica play a week-long residency on his show which they did last week. Check out the performances.
What Happens When Foo Fighters, Joe Walsh, and Perry Ferrell Jam “Mountain Song” Together (live video)
This went down at the Roxy in L.A. Killer performance from The Foo Fighters, Joe Walsh, and Perry Farrell.