Royal Canadian Mounted Police constable Isabelle Beaulieu told CTV News that the young AC/DC fan from Riverview was pronounced dead at the hospital.
Saturday's fatality follows the death of 23-year-old University of Colorado student Jannik Andersen, who was struck by a train in Indio, California following the band's performance at the Coachella music festival in April.
He's not sure if the band will make a follow-up to 19th album 13 before they split up. Ward and the band fell out ahead of the making of 13 after he said he hadn't been offered a "signable" contract. Osbourne later suggested the original drummer wasn't fit enough to perform, leading to a new ward of words between the pair.
Asked about the chances of his return, Iommi replies: "That depends on Bill. We met up again six weeks ago and we got on great, but it's down to Bill. Our plans as they stand are to tour with Ozzy, Geezer Butler, myself and Ozzy's drummer Tommy Clufetos, who did so well on the last tour."
He says of their album plans: "I've been busy writing songs ever since the 13 sessions - at that point we thought there might be another Sabbath album. But that's up in the air now, so I don't know when or where they might appear." Read morehere.
Simmons detailed what happened in a new interview with Australia's News.com.au and says that he and his family are currently "helping the FBI and the cops track down the bad guy."
He tells the outlet, "We came back from hiking and there was a crack taskforce from the Beverly Hills and Los Angeles Police Department, and they asked for permission to come in and search our home, and we said, 'Sure, why not.'"
"So they came in and searched all over the place, and then two or three hours later we all sat down. What happened was, we were off on tour about a year ago, and somehow our [internet connection] was used by some very bad people to do porn of a certain kind - the worst kind. So they checked the records, found out that I was on the east coast of America - they deemed that from there you couldn't do that - our kids were off in Canada, [wife] Shannon was outside the country."
Simmons expressed surprise that someone could use his wi-fi network outside of his home. "You can be right outside of somebody's home - I'm finding out - and if you have the [network] information you can actually do stuff right outside the home, like on the street."
He adds, "I'm certainly the last person to understand that stuff. But they have to be in the area, either inside the home or one of the people coming to clean - we have people coming into the house all the time; food deliveries, workmen - or they were nearby."
Read the full report for more detailshere.
The group's seven-song set at the Hurwtood Polo Club included "I Feel So Good," "Ooh La La," "Stay With Me," "You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything" and "Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller" alongside a pair of Stewart's Faces-assisted solo tracks, "(I Know) I'm Losing You" and "I'd Rather Go Blind."
The September 5 evening was the charity's third annual concert, co-organized by Stewart and Jones, who battled prostate cancer himself in 2013.
Following the show, Stewart tweeted, "A perfect rockin' evening with my mates @RonnieWood @KenneyJones! #FacesReunion."
Wood followed suit, writing, "Had me a real good time tonight THANK YOU! xx @ProstateUK @KenneyJones @rodstewart."
Jones added, "What an amazing night last night was! The biggest thank you to everyone involved." Watch video from the showhere.
"Regrettably Motörhead have had to cancel their Dallas (Sep 4) and Houston (Sep 5) appearances," announced the group. "Saxon will still be playing in each city (please check local media for up-to-date venue information).
"Lemmy fully intends to resume touring duties as, and when, his doctors give him the all-clear. Stay tuned for further updates, and as always, thank you for your support, understanding and good wishes."
Lemmy's health in recent years has affected the band's touring schedule as he dealt with heart and diabetes issues. The first signs of health issues on the band's current North American tour in support of their newly-released album, "Bad Magic", appeared on August 27 when Lemmy shut down a show in Salt Lake City after four songs after he experienced difficulty with his breathing due to the altitude.here.
"Guardian" "touches on the empowering qualities of strength in numbers, and how people can rise up to create real change," vocalist Todd La Torre tells Billboard. "Movements are evident across the globe in varying degrees, ranging from ideological perspectives and how they relate to cultures, socioeconomic differences and its effects, human rights, etc.
"It is an anthem that supports people standing up for rights and values that may be infringed upon on the micro and macro level. It's a single thread that surrounds a multifaceted topic of being human, human relationships relating to others and the world that surrounds us.
"Good, bad or indifferent, change is possible, but is only as strong as its relativity to perception, which perhaps is the very foundation and basis for the initiation of change."
"Guardian" follows the album's lead track, "Arrow Of Time", as a preview of La Torre's second album with Queensryche following their 2013 self-titled release and a split with original singer Geoff Tate.
Queensryche will hit the road with Scorpions for their fall North American dates starting September 10 in Boston, MA. Watch the new videohere.
Araya tells RockSverige: "My wife keeps telling me, 'You should do something. They're asking if you're going to do a solo album. You should - you've got some great stuff.'
"I've got ideas for lyrics. Whether they're great or not, I don't know. But I have all kinds of ideas." Araya adds: "I'm not much of a music writer, but I have things I've thought about.
"It wouldn't be what people expect. They know me as Slayer - if I were to do a solo album, I'd like to think they'd be open-minded and not expect something they think it should be. A solo album is exactly that." Read more and watch the full interviewhere.
She told the Sunday Times: "If I'm very modestly dressed and I'm keeping to myself, and someone attacks me, then I'd say that's his fault. But if I'm being very lairy, putting it about and being provocative, then you're enticing someone who's unhinged. Don't do that. That's just common sense."
That sparked anger, with Victim Support director Lucy Hastings criticising the comments and former Runaway Jackie Fox stating she was concerned about the remarks. But despite the controversy, Hynde stands by her views. She tells the Washington Post: "They're entitled to say whatever they want. If you don't want my opinion, don't ask me for it."
And when reminded of what she originally said, Hynde responds: "Sounds like common sense." Read morehere.
Now Sykes tells Alternative Press: "My issues stemmed from the fact that I was trying so hard to fight against what people were saying about me. I wasn't what people were saying I was. But I wasn't a good person either. I felt so guilty about who I was."
He calls ketamine a "scummy drug," saying it disconnected his mind from his body, and adds: "It took my ego away. It took away who I was. I nearly killed myself. I just didn't care whether I lived or not. I was very close - I wanted to die."
Despite accepting that a month in rehab helped him, the Sykes says: "I didn't believe the stuff they told me." Read morehere.
Recently, Front Porch Step were removed from the Vans Warped tour over allegations of sending provocative messages. Austin Kerr left Set It Off after being accused of unacceptable behaviour, and Neck Deep's Lloyd Roberts is currently fighting to clarify similar accusations leveled against him.
Gaskarth tells TeamRock Radio: "You have to be careful. You have to realize that in doing things that sometimes feel easy and bring a rapid reward, you're hurting people - and you could be doing damage.
"It's really important to avoid that. Respect people. Start prioritizing and remember what you're here for. You're not here to f*** around with girls." Stream the interview cliphere.
Until I Left You features singer Jeff Scott Soto, bassist Tony Franklin and drummer Vinny Appice. Hoekstra recently said: "A couple of years ago, I was at a crossroads professionally and personally and just wanted to make some changes in terms of what I was doing with my life to get where I feel I needed to go.
"These songs are all about eliminating the obstacles that keep us from our destiny. I think that's something everyone can relate to." Watch the Until I Left You videohere.
"We're just trying to iron out a few issues in the script," explained Davies. "It seems like everybody is really keen to move on it. They're planning on shooting in March."
Although the movie will cover the entire history of The Kinks, emphasis will be given to the period during which tracks like "You Really Got Me" ushered in a brand new guitar sound. "It focuses mainly on the early days around 1964," said Davies. "Then it progresses at light speed into fairly recently." Read morehere.
UK venues will be announced on September 8 (Tuesday), with the tour poster indicating these shows will take place on December 11, 12, 13, 15 and 16.
The Creed and Alter Bridge guitarist released his solo project's second album Cauterize in June. Tremonti recently revealed that Creed wrote 10 tracks during their 2011/2012 reunion, although stressed he doesn't see himself working with the band again. See the dateshere.
Bonamassa recently described the experience as a dream come true, adding: "I'm honored by a lot of things in my career, but as a born New Yorker, getting the opportunity to play the world's premier concert theatre will always be something to look back on and cherish."
The pack includes over 75 minutes of music, based on his half-acoustic, half-electric set. It includes two newly-recorded songs, nine previously unreleased live tracks, over two hours of video, a 45-minute documentary and a 40-page collector's book. Watch the videohere.
"Now look, I don't know if ya'll ever seen a supergroup, this is a super-duper-group," said Dave Grohl. "I don't even know what to say, because this kind of sh*t does not happen every day. Let me just tell you that the Foo Fighters right now are living out our rock and roll fantasy with you tonight, wouldn't you say?"
The September 5 show was one of two the Foo Fighters played in Milton Keynes over the weekend with openers Iggy Pop and Royal Blood. The group will play Edinburgh on September 8 before returning to North America for more fall dates on their tour in support of "Sonic Highways." Watch video of the jamhere.
They teamed up with Scion AV for the latest release - the same firm who created the Slayer Mobile Amp tC car last year. You Against You can also be downloaded from Scion's website, while a 7-inch vinyl pressing of the track will be made available in January.
Tom Araya and co recently revealed behind-the-scenes footage from their Repentless video shoot featuring Machete star Danny Trejo and a host of other big-name guests. Slayer return to the UK in November for a run of shows with Anthrax. Stream the new songhere.
Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell makes a guest appearance on the album, which includes the Californian outfit's take on the Motorhead's classic track Ace Of Spades.
Ugly Kid Joe will tour the UK later this month, kicking off in Milton Keynes on September 14. The album will be released on September 18 thanks to a PledgeMusic campaign. Stream the new trackhere.
It included material from solo album Rattle That Lock along with Pink Floyd classics, some of which he hadn't played live before. Gilmour has also release a behind-the-scenes video that focuses on the recording of his track Today.
It features on his solo album. Rattle That Lock is out on September 18 and now available to pre-order. He recently announced that his first-ever South American tour would take place in December. Prior to that, he'll play a run of shows across Europe, including five nights at London's Royal Albert Hall. Watch the video and see the set listhere.
Frontman Burton C. Bell says in a Q&A session: "Demanufacture in 1995 was a soundtrack to a movie that was never written - and that's the same for pretty much every record since then.
"It just take the right person, someone with money to come in and say, 'We believe in you and we want you to do this.' But so far that hasn't happened." Guitarist Dino Cazares adds: "We've seen movies that our soundtrack would fit." Read more and watch the full interviewhere.
The video footage shows Tyler watching the busker start the song before he jumps in to lend a hand on vocals. Aerosmith were in Moscow to perform at the city's Lubyanskaya Square on September 5 as part of their extended Blue Army tour.
Written by Diane Warren, "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" appeared in the 1998 film "Armageddon" and delivered the Boston band the first and only No. 1 US hit single after 28 years as a group.
Tyler continues to work on his debut solo album and will perform with country band Loving Mary at the inaugural Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival in Franklin, Tennessee later this month. Watch the videohere.
Mainman Mariusz Duda says: "I think we've redefined our style on our new album and thanks to that, 'playing prog' doesn't have to mean what some people think it means.
"We have always been more focused on the overall atmosphere of the album, on melodies and space, rather than on technical variations and rhythmic acrobatics."
He continues: "We've also always tried to combine different genres and styles, and our new release is another perfect example of that." Watch the videohere.
TeamRock said of the record: "They've given their previous, tamer albums a colossal kick up the arse with a steel toe-capped boot, and come back with a bunch of tracks that demand to be performed in a grimy basement with fuzzy amps and arms flailing everywhere."
They're currently on tour across North America with Defeater, Expire, Speak Low If You Speak Love, Superheaven, Elder Brother and My Iron Lung. Watch the videohere.
Drummer Gavin Edgeley says: "I never anticipated when we wrote it that it would be that fast - I never thought it would be that punchy. I didn't know where we were going with it until we took it into the rehearsal room. It's quite an uplifting song now and a happy song but I remember when we were writing, it was slightly more downbeat."
Guitarist Mark Trotter reports when they were in the studio running through the track, something immediately clicked with frontman David Jakes as soon as he heard the music.
Trotter recalls: "Dave said, 'I need to go and record.' He went straight in and he just hit it there and then. He just heard it in his head and needed to get it done there and then before he lost it." Watch the videohere.
Due October 9, the project sees the band present a sonic overhaul their 2010 album, "Mastermind", much as they did when they completely rearranged and boosted 2013's "Last Patrol" for its reissue as "Milking The Stars: A Re-imagining Of Last Patrol."
"'Watch Me Fade' features one of my favorite musical combinations: heavy, old school organ and fuzz guitar," says frontman Dave Wyndorf. "When I hear that sound I want to sing like some mad preacher. The lyrics started out as a love song but wound up being a paranoid rant about living in the 21st century. I'm sure somebody out there can relate, and ... it's only 3 minutes and 6 seconds which has to be some kind of record for Monster Magnet. Rock on."
"Watch Me Fade" follows the album's lead track, "Mastermind '69". "With Cobras And Fire I wanted to present these songs in a much stranger and dirtier atmosphere," adds Wyndorf. "Less 'classic rock' and more... well, I'd guess I'd call it a deranged fusion of garage-psych, fuzz punk and movie soundtrack music.
"It's almost completely re-recorded (with the bulk of the guitar and bass playing by co-producer Phil Caivano) and as in Milking The Stars I've added organ, piano, sitars and more to flesh out a completely new sound for these tunes." Check out the new songhere.
The event will include a 45th anniversary appearance by Art Zoyd in a 9-person lineup, which is the subject of a nearly-complete crowdfunding campaign.
Organizers Rocktime say: "RIO's international influence has been confirmed over the years, due to the intensity of a unique proposition in an unforgettable location.
"We seek to create incredibly moments of live performance and sharing, where audiences from all over the world can gather round their passion." See the lineup and watch the teaser videohere.
The six-date trip follows their North American stint on the Warped tour, and continues support for their self-titled fourth album, which was launched in July. Frontman Dave Stephens recently said of the work: "It's honest and it's very certainly leaning toward the angrier side of life.
"There are a lot of things that we aren't happy with in the world, and we miss having that spirit. So we just have to take a longer, harder look at ourselves to find it. It's still there." See the dateshere.
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