Celebrating their 40th anniversary, Anthrax with special guests Black Label Society and Exodus, continue to crisscross the US to bring metal to the masses one city at a time.
There’s always something a little bittersweet in the air on the final day of Riot Fest (granted it could be all the collective body odor and/or weed smoke, but, talking
In this edition of “Checkin’ ‘Em Twice,” we tackle 10 cringe-worthy TV/music crossovers.
Metal Alliance Tour, stopping at the Tremont Music Hall, Charlotte, NC 4.13.13.
Watch the trailer about a new Coen Brothers film about a ’60s folk singer, find out about the R&R HOF ceremony and fresh linkage
There are some musicians who wear their rock star status like a golden crown twenty-four/seven. And then there are musicians who walk down the street and you’d never know they were in a superstar band. They chat with you while in line at the supermarket and wear the same old ripped-up jeans they’ve had for years. Being a rock star just never crossed their minds. Frank Bello of Anthrax is that kind of rock star.
Featuring three of the biggest bands in the thrash/speed metal genre, the Jagermeister Music Tour has been rumbling across the states like a hell-bent tornado, sweeping up fans and tossing them into a whirlwind frenzy. Loud, fast, sweaty music never sounded so, well, entertaining.
If your name is Roger Daltrey or Pete Townshend, it’s looking like 2010 is going to be a heck of year for you. As we previously reported, The Who will
Anthrology: No Hit Wonders (1985-1991), features 30 re-mastered track. Songs, personally chosen by the band amongst their groundbreaking metal albums: Spreading The Disease(1985), Among The Living (1987), State Of Euphoria (1988), Persistence Of Time (1990), I’m The Man EP(1987), and of course “Bring Tha Noize” with Public Enemy from 1991