The whistle-stop audio tour starts with 742617000027 from their 1999 self-titled debut, and ends with If Rain Is What You Want from most recent title .5: The Gray Chapter.
Theotokis' Gigalyric video series includes 99 Metallica songs in 10 minutes, 80 Machine Head songs in eight minutes, 75 Lamb Of God songs in 7 minutes and others.
Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor last month argued that his outfit were "just hitting our stride," adding: "For a band that's been around for 17 years, that's a hell of a feeling." here.
When asked what he thinks about their record-breaking success in the States, Ulrich tells Billboard: "I think you file that one under 'mindf***.' There's so many inherently bizarre things about that sentence or that fact that I don't even know where to begin.
"It's pretty amazing that 5000 people still buy this record every week in the US. I'd like to meet, No. 3267 last week. Who is that person? Did you not own it? Are you just replacing your old copy? Did it just show up on your radar?"
He adds: "I'm not knocking it, and I think it's awesome. Numbers like that are just so weirdly abstract to me." Read more here.
They first tweeted on Tuesday (Sept 6), "Every interview we do these days asks us about a potential album. We always say we would love to but it's up to our fans if they want one."
The follow-ups said, "we will always continue to release music. But an album is something different. Something more complete that reflects a time in our lives.
A 12-city club tour is scheduled to kick off on September 20th in St. Louis, MO and will be wrapping up with a hometown show in Berkeley, CA on October 20.
Due October 7, the project was produced by the band, marking their first turn behind the board since 2000's "Warning." The project has been previewed with the lead single, "Bang Bang." See the tour dates here.
Directed by Mat Whitecross, the feature-length film traces the meteoric rise through the first five years of the Manchester band formed in 1991 and led by the brothers Gallagher – vocalist Liam and guitarist Noel.
The project is named after the lead single from the group's iconic 1994 album, "Definitely Maybe", which shot out of the gate as the fastest selling debut album of all time in the UK upon its release.
"Oasis was definitely like a Ferrari," explains Liam. "Great to look at, great to drive and it will spin out of control every now and again when you go too fast. I loved every minute of it." Read more and watch the video here.
Tunstall will be performing the new album's lead single "Maybe It's a Good Thing" on The Today Show during the 9:00 AM broadcast hour of the long-running morning show.
A highlight of the new album is a duet with James Bay that is called 'Two Way'. KT will be promoting the new album with a North American tour that kicks off on September 14th in Washington D.C. at the Lincoln Theatre. See the dates here.
Alaina will take the stage on the long-running NBC morning television show this Thursday, September 8th which will also mark the debut TV performance of the new song.
"Road Less Traveled" was co-written by Alaina, Meghan Trainor and Jesse Frasure, and comes from her "Lauren Alaina EP" which was released last October and was the follow-up to her debut album "Wildflower."
The video for the upbeat love song was directed by Stokes Nielson and shot in Las Vegas, Nev. and locally in Tennessee, features Hoge taking a ride down memory lane with the help of a Shelby Cobra. All the moments of his relationship leading up to him meeting his girlfriend dressed in a tuxedo, driving the classic Shelby Cobra. The video ends with a cliffhanger, Hoge reaching into his pocket and pulling out a diamond ring.
"I had an absolute blast filming this video. I got to drive one of my dream cars, a Shelby Cobra all throughout the desert outside of Las Vegas, I felt like James Bond! I think Stokes did a great job depicting a love story fitting for the single." said Hoge. Watch the video here.
The video was directed by Jason Cipparrone who also directed the band's last video for the track "Let Disco (Muneshine Remix)". The new clip was filmed at the historic Kensington Market in downtown Toronto.
Grand Analog's Odario Williams had this to say about the clip, "I wanted to shoot a video that reflected the inner city, but also felt like the Wild Wild West. I have a long time love affair with old Western films and shooting in Kensington Market was perfect for that." here.
He tells Wall Of Sound: "It's not gonna be full of computer trickery. It's not gonna sound like all the ProTools ninjas and Logic ninjas. We got real microphones on real drums and real amps with real performances, real takes, real f***ing everything.
"The record's gonna be natural and raw and f***ing pissed. It's gonna be exactly what music needs, which is some f***ing heart. Some f***ing blood. Some real f***ing 'give a sh*t' passion put down on to moments in time."
"We recorded with tape on this record. There's real music, it's not samples. We just went for a record that speaks for us and really exemplifies where we're at as a band. It's gonna be something else for people to witness. Like a car accident they can't keep their eyes off of. here.
It follows a run of European shows with Heck, and the release of debut album Statues in April. Frontman Will Gardner recently told Metal Hammer: "We're out playing shows, meeting our heroes and playing our tunes to lots of lovely people. There's pressure to be out there playing shows - but we love that, and I think that's the only pressure we really feel."
Black Peaks were in the studio for 14 days putting the finishing touches to Statues, but Gardner also revealed that when the time comes to record their second album, he'd like more time to experiment with different sounds in the studio. here.
Vengeance tells KRXQ's Pat Martin: "We're always talking and plotting and discussing what we can do to give our fans the best possible experience. We want everyone going home having had an amazing time, with a memory that will last a lifetime.
"I would say over the course of our last couple of touring cycles, certainly well into the millions of dollars have went up in flames just to give our fans a show they'll never forget."
He adds: "I certainly can't give away all of our tricks, but we spent a lot of time working on making sure that every single person there walks away feeling like they got their money's worth, and then some - because we're in the business of making fans that will last with us a lifetime.
"In order to do that, you've gotta give them something special. All my favorite bands that I have liked for my entire life are able to do that." here.
Grace exclusively tells TeamRock: "Last May we were on tour in Europe and I woke up on the bus in Bilboa, Spain. There were a couple of hours to kill before soundcheck so we all went to the Guggenheim.
"I've never been as moved by an art museum experience before. I can't even begin to explain how profound it was to me. In that moment, I really just felt how truly lucky I was to be there in Spain, on tour with my band, travelling, playing music, having adventures - living.
"The lyrics were inspired by exhibits there at the Guggenheim - 150 Marilyns is an Andy Warhol painting, The Renowned Orders Of The Night is a painting by Anselm Kiefer, while The Tarot Garden is a reference to Nikki De Saint Phalle." Read more and watch the video here.
Our new single Anxiety pertains to those nights that are all said and done. When things are over for better or for worse. Eric had been messing around on the guitar with a new lick he had written out. The tempo was much slower, and the swing wasn't there yet. Although he did have the theme picked out. He wrote it about Savvy, and one crazy night.
This is that one night from Savvys' perspective. "Just one more drink one more drink I'll be good I really think" - First line of Anxiety. Around that time the band wasn't complete yet. There was only three members, and the name Sweet Cambodia had just been created. Don, Eric and I had invited our friend Blue over for drinks, which worked out since she had a friend in town. Which is always an excuse to drink. Cut to the six of us playing ring of fire (a drinking game).
The night continues on, and I end up drinking myself under the table. Puking, nudity, and blackouts, we all know the deal. The next day comes the guys go to get food I decide to stay at my house cook. While Donnie, and Eric go and come back. As I'm in the kitchen moving stuff around, it hits me. The memories of the night before slam into me like a ton of bricks.
Memories of betraying my significant other's trust from the night before flood my head. I collapse. Due to the overwhelming weight of guilt that crushes down on top of me. For there is no greater wrong than doing someone who only brings positivity into your life dirty. I spiraled after that. The thoughts of failure, and self disgust were only a few of the million thoughts bombarding my conscience. So I called her. Told her first thing on the phone, and had accepted the consequences of my childlike behavior. The guys found me in my kitchen on the floor sobbing, and talking to God.
The song is written to tell the story. To pay respects to our mistakes, and that we must face that. Although the most difficult thing you must face yourself because no one else has a greater opportunity than you to see, and understand. Simply put, be honest with yourself.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the album right here!
Share this article
Click here to read today's full Day in Rock report