Can’t make it to Los Angeles tonight (April 11) to take in the 2012 Revolver Golden Gods? Don’t fret! You can head over to Revolver’s Facebook page or log in to your Xbox game console and stream the live broadcast. The festivities kick off at 6PM PST with the Black Carpet Pre-Show hosted by Lzzy Hale of Halestorm, Dee Snider of Twisted Sister and radio and TV personality Jose Mangin.
On March 3, the music world grieved over the loss of one of the greats, guitarist Ronnie Montrose, who formed the influential hard-rock band Montrose with Sammy Hagar in the early ’70s. At the time of his death, based on his medical history and the posting on his website, fans and critics speculated that his death had been caused by his previous bout with prostate cancer, but the true cause of death was never confirmed.
Watch out Madge, Shinedown is coming for ya! With the release of their latest disc ‘Amaryllis,’ Shinedown debuted in the No. 4 slot on the Billboard 200 — marking their highest chart debut to date. Who knows? Maybe next week they can uproot the ‘Material Girl’ herself and replace Madonna in the top slot overall helping rock reign supreme!
The bad news continues to pile on for Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin. As previously reported back in January, Scantlin was pulled over in Culver City, Calif. for a simple traffic violation. After showing signs of intoxication, his car was searched and a “controlled substance” was reportedly found, leading to his arrest.
With Motley Crue’s recent Hard Rock residency and the upcoming official opening of his ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’ strip club, Vince Neil seems to be a hot commodity in Vegas these days. However, there is one place where the Crue vocalist is no longer welcome. The Palms hotel and casino in Las Vegas recently took to Twitter to spar back and forth with Neil, resulting in the Palms publicly announcing that Neil is “no longer welcome” at their establishment.
Some very sad news received out of the Slayer camp. Armand Crump, the band’s long time guitar tech and by all accounts a beloved and talented guy, passed away yesterday (March 31). Although the cause of death has not yet been revealed,
As Godsmack gear up to spend the next few months out on the road with their local New England brothers in Staind on their co-headlining Mass Chaos tour (with Halestorm providing support), Godsmack frontman Sully Erna recently shared some details on the band’s upcoming live album.
In a recent interview with the self-proclaimed libertarian Alex Jones on Infowars.com, Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine opened up about some of his past controversial political comments in addition to a wide array of topics from his thoughts on playing with Satanic bands and how it felt to play with Metallica again.
A few days after the loss of legendary guitarist Ronnie Montrose, his friend and former bandmate Sammy Hagar has penned an in-depth piece in Rolling Stone about hearing the axeman play for the first time, starting a band with him, and the everlasting impact that Ronnie leaves behind both in the form of his music and his spirit.
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