Singer Dies After Being Hit By Bus- Steven Adler Takes A Swipe At Axl Rose- Mastodon Hunter- Green Day's Billie Joe Denies Idiot Reports- Surprise The La's Jam- more

(NME) Anet Mook, singer and guitarist in 1990s indie band Cay, has died after being apparently struck by a bus. The musician passed away in her native Holland earlier this month, where her funeral was held on Thursday (June 15). But a former bandmate Mark Bullock is less than complimentary in 'tribute' blog more

When the San Antonio Metal Music Examiner asked Steven Adler, "Adler's Appetite has released three songs in the past year. When can we expect the completed album?" he responded, "I can't say who we're going into the studio with or the record label, but right after this tour is over, we're going to have a big press conference. I'm really excited about this. I finally get this opportunity to show my music for the people. Axl's [Rose] doing solo stuff and calling it Guns N' Roses, Slash and Izzy and Duff are doing their stuff. I'm finally at a place in my life where I can make a record of my own." more

Grab a preview of the Deep Purple Phoenix Rising DVD/Blu-Ray release we told you about last week here. Grab more info here

(FMQB) Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong says that, contrary to reports earlier this week, he has not officially signed on for a role in the American Idiot film. more

(Lambgoat) Mastodon has announced that they are "hard at work" finishing up their new album, now officially titled "The Hunter." more

(MU) Devian has issued the following announcement about deciding to call it quits: "It's time to break the silence… with eternal silence. We have decided to put Devian to rest." more

(FMQB) Bob Dylan has tacked on another round of U.S. tour dates for this summer. The new leg, which follows an early summer trek through the U.K. and Europe, begins in Santa Barbara, CA on July 14. more

(NME) Lee Mavers of The La's took to the stage in Manchester Sunday (June 19) for his first live appearance in over two years. Accompanied on bass by Gary Murphy of defunct Liverpool band The Bandits, the elusive scouse legend played a 15-song set more

(Lambgoat) Kvelertak will headline a tour of Europe in November and December with support from Toxic Holocaust, Trap Them, and Wolves Like Us. more

(FMQB) Arcade Fire, Neil Young and Ron Sexsmith are among the 40 artists that made the long list for Canada's 2011 Polaris Music Prize. more

(SRX) Loverboy recently appeared on Fox and Friends to perform their new single "Heartbreaker" and the classic "Lovin' Every Minute Of It". more

On this day in 1948, Toast of the Town, which would later be called The Ed Sullivan Show, premiered on CBS-TV. The first show was produced on a budget of $1,375. Only $375 was allocated for talent, $200 of which was shared by two of the young stars that evening, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.

On this day in 2004, organizers for a Paul McCartney gig in St. Petersburg, Russia hired three jets to spray dry ice into the clouds so it wouldn’t rain during his concert. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here

Preview and Purchase Guns N' Roses CDs

Guns N' Roses T-shirts and Posters

Share this article
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pin it Share on Reddit email this article


Day In Rock Reports

Follow Us:

Contact Us - Privacy - antiMusic Email - Why we are antiMusic

Copyright© 1998 - 2018 Iconoclast Entertainment Group All rights reserved.

Please click here for legal restrictions and terms of use applicable to this site. Use of this site signifies your agreement to the terms of use.