Day in Rock Report for 10/10/2013
(hennemusic) Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett announced that he will host his first horror convention, "Kirk von Hammett's Fear FestEvil", next February in San Francisco, California.
The three-day event (February 6-8) will feature vending, some live music, "Kirk's Crypt" private tours, panels, signings, special guest appearances and more.
Some of the guests announced to date include makeup FX artists Greg Nicotera (The Walking Dead, Kill Bill 1 &2, Spiderman) and Tom Savini (Dawn Of The Dead, Day Of The Dead, Creepshow). more on this story
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(Classic Rock) Motorhead drummer Mikkey Dee has issued a warning to frontman Lemmy Kilmister, saying it's time the rock icon started to look after himself following his recent health issues.
The band were sent into turmoil earlier this year when Lemmy spent several weeks in hospital, then fell ill again after going back on the road. They were forced to cancel a tour and even endured rumours that the bassist and vocalist had died following the band's cut-short performance at Germany's Wacken festival.
In the cover feature of the latest edition of Classic Rock, the drummer says: "I think after all he's been through, I'd say this: 'Lem, when are you going to get sick and tired of feeling sick and tired? it's time you started to take care of yourself.'"
But Lemmy is unrepentant. He says of his hospital stint: "It was nothing; I'm over it." more on this story
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(hennemusic) Monster Magnet are streaming their new album, "Last Patrol", in advance of its release this coming Tuesday, October 15. The band 's first album since 2010's "Mastermind" is produced by Phil Caivano and frontman Dave Wyndorf.
"Last Patrol is a return to our roots in terms of vibe and recording style," explains Wyndorf. "It's full-on psychedelic space-rock with a 60's garage feel, recorded almost exclusively with vintage guitars, amps and effects in our hometown of Red Bank, NJ."
"The songs are a kind of Space-Noir, tales of cosmic revenge, peaking libidos, alienation and epic strangeness," he continues. "It's a weird trip through the back alleys of a dark, retro-future, which not by coincidence very much resembles my own life. (laughs)
"The lyrics aren't fantasy really, rather a recounting of my musings on, observations of and general emotional reaction to my life and environment during a 1 week writing period in February of 2013. But I tend to use the vernacular and imagery of science fiction and surrealism to express myself and that's where these lyrics get trippy. There's also our cover version of Donovan's "Three Kingfishers" which I thought fit the mood of the album." Check out the album stream here.
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Nightwish have announced that they have named Floor Jansen as their permanent singer and also announced that Troy Donockley is now a full time member.
The band sent out these comments "Ms. Floor Jansen is a keeper. Also, we will be a six-piece band from now on, as Mr. Troy Donockley (uilleann pipes, low whistles, vocals) will become a full-time member of Nightwish.
"Originally we were going to wait until 2014 to make a decision about the future line-up of the band, but the past year has clearly shown us that Floor and Troy are perfect matching pieces to our puzzle, and we are really grateful of the bond that has grown between all of us. We love you guys."
Floor Jansen had this to say, "Words cannot describe what I feel! This union is beyond everything and I cannot tell you how wonderful it is to continue this amazing journey with my new brothers! Once I had a dream
and this is it!!!"
Troy Donockley adds: "`Imaginaerum World Tour΄was a revelation to me and in that time, I became aware of a growing unity and then, finally, a transcendence of all the usual nonsense that affects bands. A beautiful process. And since the idea, the musical dream that is NIGHTWISH has been a part of me since before I was born, I am delighted to officially sail into uncharted waters with my brothers and sister. Wondrous scenes Ahoy!"
The band will be releasing a new live packaged called "Showtime, Storytime," on December 10th in Blu-Ray/CD, DVD/CD and double CD formats. The release features the band's performance at this year's Wacken Open Air Festival and the video formats will feature a two hour documentary.
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(Gibson) Metallica's James Hetfield has spoken to the Oakland Press about the progress of the songwriting sessions for the band's follow-up to 2008's Death Magnetic.
"Hopefully [we will return to the studio] soon," Hetfield said. "I'm itchin'. We have tons of material to sift through. That takes a lot of time, because there's a lot of great stuff.
"I know we only need a few songs, but there's 800 riffs we're going through. It's kind of insane. We have sifted through a lot of the stuff and pulled the cream of the crop it's just sitting there waiting for us to take it to the next level."
Hetfield hopes to record in Spring 2014, but drummer Lars Ulrich reckons it will be 2015 before a new album is finally done. Ulrich tells Kerrang! magazine, "Obviously, there are a lot of people asking where the next record is. We're going to make another record, but like I said before, we don't really feel this kind of
what's the word? I guess 'responsibility' is probably the right word.
"We don't feel this inherent responsibility to just churn out records whenever people want them
If I was betting on this, I would say 2015 that's where my money is." more on this story
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In a new interview, Tommy Farese discusses his entire career including going into details about the circumstances around his dismissal from Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
When he was asked by Dan Roth of Music and Art Interviews about his final TSO tour in 2010 and if he saw the end coming, Tommy responded, "I heard the train coming down the tracks. After Tony went, I was the last one out. I kind of knew it was coming."
In a follow up answer he went into details about what happened. He said, "I got a phone call from [TSO manager] Adam [Lind] in June of 2011. He basically said that they had heard that I was writing songs for this band that had some former TSO members in it they were calling it 'TxO' at that point. I said, 'Yeah, I had some songs that I wrote for myself that I am giving to these guys because they are starting their own venture. What's the problem?' Adam says, 'It's a conflict of interest and Paul is very hurt'.
"I said, 'Why? I broke bread with these guys. We all banded together. We were family. Remember family? That's what this was supposed to be? Am I supposed to turn my back on them? These guys are like family to me. We spent a lot of time onstage together, we spent our holidays together. I didn't spend my holidays with my family I spent them with these guys.'
"I guess they were looking for a reason and could not come up with anything, so this is what they came up with."
He covers a lot more ground in the interview. Read it in full here.
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(TeamRock Radio) Crowbar and Soilent Green drummer Tommy Buckley has been given the all-clear from cancer after undergoing surgery in August. He had his prostate gland removed as a precaution after cancer cells were discovered and he and his family have been waiting for news ever since.
"Cancer was in a small part of his prostate but doctors suggested the total removal to present the spreading of cells," Soilent Green say in a statement. "Today Tommy got his blood test results, and he has a clean bill. No cancer, prostate specific antogen (PSA) level 0. This is the best news ever!"
They report Buckley and wife Lisa have "had the most positive attitudes through all this," and that Buckley hasn't stopped playing the drums at any time. more on this story
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(hennemusic) Aerosmith members Steven Tyler, Joe Perry and Brad Whitford met with Uruguay President Jose "Pepe" Mujica on Tuesday as the band continues its month-long tour of South America.
The three visited Mujica at his Presidential offices in downtown Montevideo, the city which the band played on Wednesday night. "We believe in what he stands for," explained Tyler as to why the band wanted to meet with the President.
"We believe that some of the best American Presidents who were those that fought in war themselves. President [Mujica] is a freedom fighter; in many ways, we fight for freedom ourselves with music it transcends all languages.
"His behavior the way he gives 70% of his salary to the people to build homes here, in a very small country, I think he's doing it the right way grass roots and we believe in that." Check out video here.
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(hennemusic) Black Sabbath's Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler experienced the 3D maze "Black Sabbath: 13 3D" at Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights, and video of the visit is available.
"It was great," said Ozzy, "scared me a couple of times." "Absolutely fantastic," added Geezer after the walk-through of the maze during its September 20th opening.
Black Sabbath are currently playing shows on a South American tour with openers Megadeth; the dates wrap up October 26th in Mexico City, Mexico. Check out the video of the band members experiencing the maze here.
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(hennemusic) The Megadeth song "Built For War", from the band's current album "Super Collider", was featured in this week's episode of the CBS series NCIS: Los Angeles.
"Super Collider" debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 album chart in June with opening week sales of 29,000 copies. On the road since the album's release, Megadeth are now touring South America supporting Black Sabbath.
The two groups are playing a 9-show series of dates across the continent this month, wrapping up in Mexico City, Mexico on October 26. Megadeth will follow the Black Sabbath trek with the Super Collider US tour, which will kick off November 23 in St. Paul, MN. Check out the video clip here.
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(Classic Rock) Classic Rock are premiering Flying Colors' album Live In Europe with a full album stream from the supergroup featuring Deep Purple's Steve Morse, Mike Portnoy, Neal Morse, Casey McPherson and Dave LaRue.
Flying Colors were recorded in action in the Netherlands in September last year. They delivered their full self-titled album along with classic tracks from their own current and previous bands including Dream Theater, Spock's Beard and Dixie Dregs.
Bassist LaRue tells Classic Rock: "It was quite an experience the band moved at a fast pace, with ideas flying around the room. Sections of tunes were arranged and rearranged. Ideas were tried every which way until we made them work; or in some cases discarded them altogether. Just keeping track of everything was a challenge."
But frontman McPherson says it was worth the effort: "The live album is filled with trial and triumph," he reflects. "It's been such an inspiring challenge melding folk, prog, pop and metal all into one big recording." Check out the stream here.
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This week Korn celebrated the release of their new album, "The Paradigm Shift" by being inducted into the Guitar Center's RockWalk in Hollywood by Rob Zombie.
"Music can be a real sh*tty business. It chews bands up, it spits them out, and as Chris Rock said, 'Here today, gone today.' But about twenty years ago I remember flipping on MTV and seeing this band called Korn," said Zombie.
"Twenty years later they're still constantly reinventing themselves, reinventing the wheel
There's not a lot of spectacular bands who have survived the past twenty years Korn is definitely one of them."
Brian "Head" Welch, who reunited with the band for the new album, said "We're just so thankful. This is just surreal. To grow up with your friends and be able to do this
it's more than a dream come true."
James "Munky" Shaffer had this to say, "It's an honor to be in the category with so many great musicians and people who work hard in this industry."
Frontman Jonathan Davis said, "When you look at the names of the other people inducted here all you can say is 'wow!' What an honor!"
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(Gibson) The Band's Robbie Robertson reckons kids need less twerking and more classic rock'n'roll and soul. He has co-authored Legends, Icons & Rebels: Music That Changed the World, a new book aimed at children to introduce them to some of the world's most influential music artists. The 128-page book profiles The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, The Beach Boys, Johnny Cash and many others.
Robertson co-wrote Legends, Icons & Rebels with his son, Sebastian, and his respective current and former managers, Jim Guerinot and Jared Levine. The book comes packaged with two CDs that include 27 classic recordings one by each of the music greats profiled.
Robertson is scheduled to make a couple of TV appearances to promote Legends, Icons & Rebels. He is a guest on CBS Saturday Morning, which airs at 7pm ET (October 12) and he'll also appear on an upcoming episode of PBS's Tavis Smiley.
Robertson and his three co-authors take part in a discussion and signing event at a Barnes & Noble store on Grove Drive in Los Angeles on October 16, at 7pm PT. more on this story
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(Prog) Arjen Lucassen has outlined the plot in upcoming Ayreon prog-opera album "The Theory Of Everything" in a new video trailer for the album that has been posted online.
The album features an array of guest stars including Keith Emerson, Rick Wakeman, Jordan Rudess, Steve Hackett and John Wetton. In the trailer it's explained: "After travelling through space and time seeking the origins of the universe Ayreon returns to Earth to explore the most complex object in the known universe
the human mind. How far would you go to fulfil your dreams?"
The album is released on October 28 in four different editions: 2CD, 2CD/2 vinyl, 2CD/DVD media book and limited edition 2CD/2DVD luxury art book. The extended editions include interviews, a documentary and time-lapse footage of the recording sessions. Watch the trailer and see the track details here.
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(The Blues The small London venue run by Blues Incorporated men Alexis Korner and Cyril Davies in the 1960s is to be celebrated in a new documentary. The Ealing Club entered music history in 1962 when Mick Jagger and Keith Richards met Brian Jones there, leading to the creation of the Rolling Stones. But its influence went much further Richards recently said: "Without the Ealing Club there might have been nothing."
Regarded as the birthplace of British R&B, it's now a bar known as The Red Room, with a blue plaque commemorating the events that once happened there.
But filmmaker Alistair Young wants to raise its profile in a project entitled Suburban Steps To Rockland. He tells This Is Local London: "Liverpool is celebrated for Merseybeat but west London was the birthplace of heavier guitar." more on this story
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(Classic Rock) Arthur Brown has vowed to enter a brand-new world of music with his a unique helmet which, he says, allows him to play instruments with just his thoughts.
He'll debut his "psychosonic" thought control headgear at Hard Rock Hell in Wales next month, using it to perform material from his upcoming album, Zim Zam Zim.
Brown says: "The headgear will deal with triggering sounds by thought. It won't just trigger sounds that are preset it will create sounds in real time just like a theremin does, or as do the voices of a human choir." more on this story
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(Gibson) Gibson USA has launched a new Slash Signature Gibson Les Paul in a stunning color: Vermillion red. The rich, deep-red transparent finish is hand-sprayed nitrocellulose lacquer to exhibit the guitar's Grade-AAA flamed maple top, while also letting the tonewood breathe to enhance an equally rich, deep, resonant tone.
Commemorative details include a Slash graphic on the headstock, echoed in a silkscreen on the included black Gibson USA hardshell case. Add a pair of Seymour Duncan Slash Signature humbucking pickups, a TonePros Tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece, and top it all off with unparalleled Gibson build quality, and the Slash Signature Vermillion Les Paul is a stunner that plays and sounds as good as it looks.
You get a select mahogany backtreated with Gibson's traditional weight relief to increase playing comfort and enhance resonanceplus a solid, glued-in, quarter-sawn mahogany neck. The neck is carved in the fast '60s SlimTaper profile that Slash prefers, and topped with a Grade-A rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium-jumbo frets and traditional trapezoid inlays.
The Slash Signature humbuckers are made in the image of the hallowed Gibson PAF humbuckers of the late 1950s, with genuine Alnico II magnets, but with Slash's preference of a few extra turns of wire for a richer, throatier tone in the neck position and plenty of crunch and wail in the bridge. They are wired in the traditional four-knob control complement with three-way selector switch, and use vintage-style "orange drop" tone capacitors on the tone pots. See a photo here.
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Steve Earle leads the lineup for the 33rd Annual John Lennon Tribute that will be taking place on Friday, December 6 at 8pm at Symphony Space in New York City.
The show will also feature the Mavericks frontman Raul Malo, Marc Cohn, Teddy Thompson, Dana Fuchs, Joan Osborne, Bettye LaVette, Toshi Reagon, and Rich Pagano (of the Fab Faux).
A cappella group The Buffers will also perform a special all vocal medley honoring Lennon and the tribute creator and MAD Magazine Senior Editor Joe Raiola will be appearing for his 33rd consecutive year. More details here.
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(Classic Rock) Classic Rock have posted a brand-new track from Michael Schenker's Temple Of Rock. "Where The Wild Winds Blow" comes from It's taken from upcoming album Bridge The Gap, which will be released on December 2, featuring his current band Temple Of Rock which includes vocalist Doogie White, guitarist/keyboardist Wayne Findlay, bassist Francis Buchholz and drummer Herman Rarebell. It's the first time Schenker and fellow ex-Scorpions Buchholz and Rarebell have appeared on the same album since 1979′s Scorps release Lovedrive.
Bridge The Gap is described as "an album of 13 hard-hitting, adrenalin-fuelled melodic rock'n'roll songs that showcase Shenker's distinctive and explosive guitar playing".
Scots singer White, who co-wrote the record, says: "Michael and I had talked about recording an album after the tour of 2012. We never spoke about it again until January 2013, when he sent me seven ideas he'd been working on. Listen to the new song and read more here.
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(Radio.com) He's the closest thing metal has to a renaissance man: Corey Taylor fronts no less than two major bands, Slipknot and Stone Sour. He's written a comic book series based on Stone Sour's House Of Gold & Bones albums and now has two books to his name: 2012′s Seven Deadly Sins: Settling the Argument Between Born Bad and Damaged Good and his more recent A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Heaven: Or, How I Made Peace With The Paranormal And Stigmatized Zealots And Cynics In The Process.
It's the latter book that's been on his mind lately. He is rankled by the idea that it will be filed under "music" in book stores, as it's a serious look at the supernatural, which neither flatly denies paranormal occurrences, nor buys into all of the explanations for them. Much of the book was inspired by Taylor's own experiences.
As he told Radio.com, "It came down to, well, I've had all of these experiences. And yet, every explanation that has been offered to me has not been satisfactory, whether it's religious, or complete dismissal by the skeptics, or the purported 'ghost hunters,' who get more and more reactionary with every series. I'm more interested in the proof of it. I wanna know what this is, instead of just going 'Aaaah!' I'd rather go, 'Oh, that's what this could be.' Once I figured out that that's where I wanted to write it from, the rest of it just kind of fell together."
An avowed atheist, the book may not gel with Taylor's more religious friends, but he's careful how he treads on that ground: "I don't knock how people feel, I knock the religion itself. That's because so much of man's fingerprints are on religion. If there was more proof in God, I'd probably believe more in it. It's always been way more divisive than inclusive, so that's one the reasons I've never subscribed to that side of things."
His next book could well be a tutorial on how to budget your time. Besides all the aforementioned projects, in recent years, he's also guested on a number of albums, including Dave Grohl's Sound City, Travis Barker's Give The Drummer Some along with a solo holiday single, "X-M@$." He says he actually gets most of his work done while on the road. He's a lot more laid back when he's not on tour: "When I'm at home, I like to just be with my family. Be a dad, be the guy making lunch, dinner, breakfast. And then I lay on the couch for an hour, drink coffee and scratch myself."
A few months back, he did a couple of shows with Dave Grohl's Sound City Players, performing a set of Cheap Trick covers, backed by Grohl and Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen. He says he loved Grohl's Sound City film, and would love to return to the analog world. "I could totally make an album on two-inch tape, it would be amazing to go back to that. You use Pro Tools as a tool, you don't use it to paint over the fact that you have zero talent. Nothing's more offensive to me, to be honest." Read more and stream the video interview here.
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Gary Numan has released a new music video for the song "Love Hurt Bleed" from his forthcoming album, "Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind)," which is set to be released next week.
The new video was directed by Joel Knoernschild. He had the following to say about the clip, "Having the opportunity to work with Gary was tremendously exciting, as well as a little intimidating."
"'Cars' is often cited as one of the first full-length commercial music videos ever, so we had some pressure on us. We shot with 4 video cameras ranging from mid 1970s to early 2000s plugged into an old tube TV.
"Then we shot the TV with an Arri Alexa, one of the best HD cameras in the world. There's lots of mixed media in the video and all of the effects you see were done live. There are no VFX shots done in post production."
Watch the video here. Fans in select cities in the U.S. and the U.K. will be able to watch Numan perform live this fall. He will kick off the limited run of tour dates next week at The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetary in Los Angeles.
The tour also features U.S. stops in Atlanta, Asheville, Washington D.C., Brooklyn, Sunrise Florida as well as Orlando. more on this story
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(Classic Rock) Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel are poised to release a live DVD and have released a sneak preview video of their orchestrated performance of the song "Cavaliers."
It was shot in Birmingham in 2012, when the band united with the Orchestra Of The Swan and their chamber choir to deliver classic albums The Human Menagerie and The Psychomodo in full. The concert sold out five months in advance.
Harley says: "The albums were both heavily orchestrated, so I brought the original arranger, Andrew Powell, to conduct the orchestra and choir, complementing my eight-piece rock band. There were almost fifty players on stage. Sebastian, Death Trip, Ritz and other big productions were played in their original format." Check out the preview here.
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(Classic Rock) German blues-rock outfit Zodiac have released a video for their track Downtown. It's taken from their second album A Hiding Place, released via Napalm Records on October 28. The band play their first ever UK show, at Dingwalls in London, on November 3, alongside Orchid, Blues Pills and Scorpion Child.
Their debut record, A Bit Of Devil, was hailed as "the best retro-rock album from Germany in years", and Zodiac take a step further down their own road of development with the follow-up.
Their label says: "Rooted in blues, enriched by elements from classic and hard rock, but never wallowing in bygones, Zodiac have created a sound that clearly marks a unique spot in the wide-ranging field of handmade rock music." Watch the video here.
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Today Ariel Aparicio from Bardot tells us about the song "Sylvia, My Love" from the group's debut EP, which they just released as a free download on their official website. Here is the story:
"Sylvia, My Love" was one of the first tunes we did. Man, did it come together quickly! Berger hit that drum groove almost instantly when I started playing the song, everything else just fell right into place.
Pemberton's killer part is just bad ass , but when he went to that high octave trotting bass line for the chorus, we all almost lost it. And of course, as always, Dawson came up with his riff on the first try but on every replay it just got better and better.
I sometimes write lyrics very stream of conscious, and this was one of those songs. I really didn't know who "Sylvia" was as I was writing it... The name just kept popping in my head. At the end of our first rehearsal session with this song Berger asks me, "Is this about Sylvia Rivera?" I said, "Who?" He said, "You know, Sylvia Rivera... Stonewall, GLBT activist." I went home and Googled "Sylvia Rivera." Immediately I started rewriting some of the lyrics... "Sylvia - good as gold, She rocks my soul."
This song is dedicated to an American hero, Sylvia Rivera.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the album and grab the free download right here!
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Due to his hectic schedule, My Ruin's Mick Murphy answered some questions by email recently when Morley wanted to find out more about the creation of the band's excellent new record 'The Sacred Mood.'
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