"At this point, I don't know," Young tells Rolling Stone via Radio.com about the band's plans for the future. "We were committed to finishing the tour.
"Who knows what I'll feel after? When you sign on and say, 'I'm gonna do this and that,' it's always good to say at the end of it, 'I've done all I said I would do.'
"That was always the idea, especially when we were younger- Me, Malcolm, Bon. You had to show up and be on time. You'd be playing in a pub in the afternoon. Then late at night, you'd be playing a club. You got into that habit: 'If we don't play, we don't eat.'"
Young also explains how Axl Rose landed the gig with the band and discussed what it has been like to work with him, "He's been really good. He prepares himself, ready to go. We sit and chew the fat before we get on, work out what songs we want to do.
"It's gotta be fun for him, and for us. In the beginning, he was confined [with a foot injury] to that chair he borrowed from Dave Grohl. But as soon as he could, he was out and moving."
Angus goes on to explain how AC/DC hooked up with Rose, "Axl contacted a production guy who had done stuff for us. He said, 'I know these guys. They have a work ethic. They want to finish these dates.' He volunteered.
"He came to a rehearsal place we set up in Atlanta, and he'd done his homework. He had a few songs like 'Touch Too Much' [on 1979's Highway to Hell] - 'Can you play this one?' 'No, we never learned it.' We had never attempted to play it live."
Organizers streamed acts live throughout the 25th anniversary weekend of the event created by Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell. The Chili Peppers delivered an 18-song set of classic tunes and material from their latest release, "The Getaway."
Produced by Danger Mouse, the record marks the Los Angeles group's first album in five years. The band continue The Getaway World Tour later this month when they launch a series of UK and European dates in Belfast, Ireland on August 25. Stream the Lolla performancehere.
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Though many fans using the #TheCliqueGoesToJailParty hashtag joked about the prospect of facing a jail term for unlawfully downloading Heathens, their concerns are not without ground. According to the Recording Industry Association of America, people who make unauthorized copies of copyrighted music can be subjected to civil and criminal liability. Read morehere.
This time, the musicians have covered the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army." According to NME, Rockin' 1,000 recently gathered at Orogel Stadium in Cesena, Italy, to cover The White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army."
The Foo Fighters were so impressed, the band played a show for their Italian fans. Could this gesture mean Jack and Meg will reunite The White Stripes? Only time will tell. Watch the performancehere.
In addition to the original five shows, the group added second dates in Philadelphia, San Francisco and Seattle as part of their first official tour since forming in 1990.
Tickets for all shows went on sale July 29 and reportedly sold out so quickly that Ticketmaster were forced to respond to fans who questioned the system. "We're sorry," tweeted Ticketmaster. "For high demand events tons of people try purchasing from the limited inventory and tickets go quickly."
The lineup of Soundgarden's Chris Cornell, Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard and Mike McCready, and drummer Matt Cameron - who plays with both bands - are regrouping to perform this fall in support of the 25th anniversary of the release of Temple Of The Dog's first and only album.
On September 30th, the group will release a special 25th anniversary reissue of the project, newly mixed by Brendan O'Brien. Read more, see the dates and watch the tour promotional videohere.
White last month announced the project as a way to mark his label's seventh anniversary and third-millionth record pressing. The Icarus craft reached a height of 94,413 feet while playing a gold-plated disc containing late astrophysicist Carl Sagan's A Glorious Dawn recording on repeat.
The balloon burst after 81 minutes of flight and Icarus fell to Earth under a parachute - and it was still playing the record when it was recovered. White said: "Our main goal was to inject imagination and inspiration into the daily discourse of music and vinyl lovers.
"It was exhilarating to do something that hasn't been done before, and to work towards in completion." Watch the videohere.
The book tour will now include new events in Portland, Seattle and San Francisco as well as additional second events in Chicago and Washington, D.C. after the original dates sold out.
Maynard James Keenan's biography "A Perfect Union of Contrary Things" is set to be released on November 8th and can be preordered online here.
We were sent this ticket info: "General admission and VIP tickets for the Washington, D.C., Chicago, Portland and Seattle events are on-sale this Friday, Aug. 5, at 10 am eastern, San Francisco on-sale is Friday, Aug. 5 at 12 noon pacific. Tickets for the New York and Toronto dates are available now. Additional dates will be announced soon."See the announced dates.
They will be kicking off the series of dates with a release day concert at The Roxy in Los Angeles, followed by a show at The Gramercy in New York City on September 16th.
The band will then travel to Cincinnati, OH for a stop at Bogarts on September 20th and they will wrap up the release tour with a show in New Orleans at the House Of Blues on September 22nd.
The new album release shows follow the band's current tour with Slipknot and Marilyn Manson. The group has also lined up appearances at several music festivals this fall include the Revolution Rock Fest, Rock Allegiance Fest, Mutiny Festival and Texas Open Air Festival.See the dates here.
They've described The Astonishing, released in January, as "a sonic story that is our most ambitious creative work to date." Keyboardist Jordan Rudess recently reported that, although Dream Theater hadn't decided what to do next, they wouldn't try to emulate the format of their current record.
Rudess said: "I think this is a particular creative adventure for us, to write a concept album very much like a musical or a rock opera. Whatever we decide to do next will be something very different. It's not going to be another concept album. I don't think that would be the best thing to do.
"But it will be some creative adventure that we'll feel like we want to put our energies behind." See the dateshere.
And he's admitted he behaved like an "idiot" by ignoring the symptoms. The Slipknot frontman had broken his neck without knowing it, and dismissed increasing movement problems as a result of getting older.
He finally underwent surgery in June, although he's admitted he went back on the road too soon. Taylor tells Revolver: "I was losing strength on my right side. My balance was screwed. The last two or three years have been weird for me, physically. But you get to a certain point where you think it's just because you're getting older.
"My doctor sent me to a specialist, and he was like, 'We need to do surgery right now.' Me being me, I was like, 'Is there any way we can reschedule this for after the tour?' He's like, 'No.'
"He said my spinal cord injury was 20 times worse than what he's seen with UFC fighters. He pulled up the MRI and goes, 'You see that? That's really, really bad - that shouldn't even be growing like that.' I was like, 'Oh s-- You could have been paralyzed, dumba--!'" Read morehere.
Saxophonist Donny McCaslin and his jazz group will release the record on October 14. The album includes covers of Bowie tracks "Warszawa" and "A Small Plot Of Land," among renditions of songs from other acts including Mutemath, Deadmau5 and the Chainsmokers.
McCaslin tells Entertainment Weekly: "Looking at him when I was playing in the studio and the conviction and the passion that he sang with, that's the same way that I play as a saxophone player.
He adds: "The title track Beyond Now is directly inspired by a song of David's that we recorded during the Blackstar sessions, but that didn't make the final record. All the originals were written last summer - before he passed away, but while the Blackstar recordings were still really fresh." Read morehere.
And among the moments captured on camera in the video special is frontman and pilot Bruce Dickinson's maiden Ed Force One flight to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The vocalist says: "Absolutely brilliant day out so far. Love the aeroplane, love the crew and I think everybody's having a great time. I'm up here and I'm learning a lot - so what's not to like?"
He later admits he'd get emotional when saying goodbye to the craft, and adds: "This aeroplane, painted up like this - it's incredible. It has the nickname the Queen Of The Skies - and she really is. And in this guise, with Iron Maiden down the side of it, it just blows the doors off ever other plane on the planet.
"Honestly, if you wanted me to swap for Air Force One, I wouldn't do it." Watch the documentaryhere.
The track is reminiscent of Moore's work with the band, but includes references to social media and photo-sharing app Snapchat, which would suggest it's a new recording rather than a previously unheard song. It could be a leftover demo with new vocals, or simply a one-off collaboration - but neither party has so far commented.
Moore left From First To Last in 2007 to pursue his solo career under the Skrillex banner. He recorded two albums with the band, 2004's Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has A Body Count and 2006 effort Heroine.
From First To Last guitarist Matt Good previously revealed the band were working on new music. Earlier, he said the band and Moore had been keen to work together again, but that their schedules had so far made it impossible. Read more and hear the "Bonus Track" snippethere.
It was confirmed earlier this year that the singer would reunite with the classic lineup of Misfits for the Riot Fest events in Denver and Chicago next month. Danzig hinted that the comeback may lead to further tour plans down the line.
He said: "It is going to happen for at least two shows. We'll see how it goes. It may lead to some other work, but who knows how it's going to turn out? I mean, I don't think it's going to be a disaster - I think it's going to be incredible." Read morehere.
To get the data, he mined website Dark Lyrics, which features a database of 222,623 songs from 7364 rock and metal bands spread over 22,314 albums. He then cross-referenced his findings with the Brown Corpus - a collection of documents published in 1961 covering a range of different genres.
By combining statistics to show the frequency of words used from both sources, Degenerate State came up with a comprehensive list of the "metalness" of each word.
And he found that while Five Finger Death Punch have the highest number of swear words in their lyrics, the word 'burn' is the most 'metal' word used in the English language. Read more including the top 20 listhere.
Bello tells Kaaos TV: "I feel very fortunate. I think Anthrax is at the top of its game. I think we're in a good way of writing. We tapped into something really good of how to work with each other writing, and it's really paying off and connecting with people.
"Every time we think we can take a break, we're asked to do another tour - which is great to be wanted because it's a tough business, and we know that."
He continues: "The only way you get your music out now is to play out there and really to make people understand you have a new record and create the buzz. And so far it's been nothing but amazing." Read more and watch the full interviewhere.
Don Broco recently released their new single Everybody and they're currently on the road, playing their albums Priorities and Automatic in full on consecutive nights.
On Everybody, frontman Rob Damiani previously said: "It sounds like Don Broco, but at the same time I don't think it sounds like anything we've ever done before.
"It's got elements from Automatic in, it's got elements from Priorities in and it's also got a lot of new ideas. It's just an out and out banger." Don Broco recently announced they had signed with the newly-formed SharpTone Records, along with Miss May I, We Came As Romans and Attila. See the dateshere.
Wilson tells Musicradar: "I'm just trying to highlight the fact that I'm no different to them, except the fact that my job happens to be - if you call it a job - writing and performing songs.
"I'll put on the best show I can, but I will always go out of my way to remind the audience that I'm just an idiot, basically. I do try to talk to the audience and I think it's important, when you're on stage. I mean, there's something inherently bizarre about the idea of being on stage in front of a couple of thousand people. So, between songs when I'm talking to the audience, I'm kind of just joking with them." Read morehere.
His latest live commitments come after his Salute To The British Blues Explosion tour, which saw him paying tribute to the work of Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page.
Last month he revealed that he knew the location of the guitar stolen from Clapton after he'd recorded the Bluesbreakers' Beano album in 1966. Read morehere.
Hietala tells Planetmosh: "Every democracy has their president and Tuomas, he's not a dictator or tyrant - everybody has their say.
"Obviously Tuomas writes most of the songs and lyrics but there are four or five songs on the latest album where I got music written, a couple where I got some lines of lyrics written, and then when we get together to rehearse and arrange, everybody has their say.
"When you write songs with keyboards you cannot really tell if something is uncomfortable for a bass player to play, so sometimes things will have to be changed that way, but there's also the fact that we have really free sharing of ideas in the rehearsal room so anybody can come up with something and we'll try it out and see if it works." Read morehere.
In their documentary Remain Indoors: The Making Of Select Difficulty, singer Spencer Sotelo says: "I've never been cool with writing art with the mindset of pleasing someone else. That's not true art.
"It comes from your heart and soul and I think that's why people are drawn to it - it comes from within. You're not writing because you want to do something for somebody else. This record is for us - if people dig it, that's just the icing on the cake."
Guitarist Misha Mansoor adds: "I know this will come off as cold and I know that people have misinterpreted what I'm about to say, but I'm not really thinking about the fans. I don't think about what people want and I know no one else in the band is.
"I know the things that make us happy and it's the process of creating those moments where those sparks of an idea you have comes together. so you're like, 'Wow, that is just what i was expecting - or even cooler.' Those are the things we care about.
"I hope some people love it, but it's kind of irrelevant." Read morehere.
Wacken Open Air will take place from August 4-6 and will see an estimated 85,000 people in attendance. Founder Thomas Jensen says: "We update our security plan constantly, counting in recent events such as bad weather or the security situation in Germany.
Because of that our staff knows what to do and is well prepared. Due to the recent events we decided that backpacks and all kind of bags are no longer allowed on the festival grounds." Read morehere.