The event is being billed as Ozzfest Meets Knotfest and it is set to run over September 24 and 25 at the San Manuel Amphitheatre in San Bernardino, California.
The Saturday lineup will represent Ozzfest and feature headliners Black Sabbath. Joining Ozzy and co will be Disturbed, Megadeth, Opeth, Black Label Society, Rival Sons, Children Of Bodom, Hatebreed, DevilDriver, Municipal Waste, Goatwhore, Huntress, Dave Lombardo's Dead Cross, Kataklysm, Nails, Still Rebel and The Shine.
Sunday will be given over to Knotfest, and joining headliners Slipknot will be Slayer, Amon Amarth, Anthrax, Trivium, Sabaton, Suicide Silence, Whitechapel, Emmure, OverKill, Butcher Babies, Man With A Mission, Combichrist, Death Angel, Sim and Oni. Read morehere.
While Danzig and von Frankenstein have shared the stage in recent years, it'll be the first time the trio have played together since 1983 - and the announcement comes almost two years after Danzig saw his legal bid against Only over merchandise profits thrown out of court.
Now they'll headline Riot Fest & Rodeo, Denver, on September 2-4, and Riot Fest & Carnival, Chicago, on September 16-18 under The Original Misfits banner. Read morehere.
Frontman Ian Brown, guitarist John Squire, drummer Alan 'Reni' Wren and bassist Gary 'Mani' Mounfield announced earlier today that they'd issue the single at 8pm.
All For One got its first airing on Annie Mac's show on BBC Radio 1. The track was recorded at Church Studios in London and was produced by Paul Epworth. Read more and stream the songhere.
Last night in Adelaide, Maiden manager Rod Smallwood gave Radeski a brand-new, signed shirt, which he'll present to Gaythwaite. "Iron Maiden saved my life," Radeski tells AdelaideNow.com. "There was no one around and a returned soldier from Afghanistan turned up after he heard the accident.
"My leg had come off totally and the bones were coming out of my hand. It was a compound fracture of the femur so that took the femoral artery out. He was wearing a 1985 Maiden tour shirt which he'd had since he was a kid. He realized he would have to use it as a tourniquet, which stemmed the blood-flow until the helicopter arrived."
Iron Maiden sent a car for Radeski and made him guest of honour at their Adelaide Entertainment Centre show. He says: "It was a fantastic show - really good. It's one of the best nights I've ever had. It means a lot to get to this point." Read morehere.
The trio, who last collaborated during the band's Union tour, say they want to "restore the standard of excellence" they set at the time, when the then-current Yes lineup merged with Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe.
The trio, working as Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman, will deliver a run of North American shows in October and November this year, followed by dates across the world, while songwriting continues on the untitled ARW studio project.
Singer Anderson says: "To be able to perform with Rick and Trevor at this time in my life is a treasure beyond words. I'm so excited to create new music and revisit some of the classic work we created many years ago, It's going to be a musical adventure." Read more including the tour dateshere.
"As 2016 marks the end of our live performing career," says guitarist Jay Jay French, "Twisted Sister is looking forward to returning to the tri-state NYC area for the final time to the Rock Carnival at First Energy Park in Lakewood, N.J., on Oct 1, 2016.
"In celebrating our 40th anniversary and our farewell to live performing, we are bringing our '40 & F-k It' worldwide farewell tour one last time to the area that created us!"
"So many more bands to be announced that your head will spin!," adds Twisted Sister. "Plan on spending a 3-day weekend with us! Details on which days each band will be playing will be announced soon!" Read morehere.
Matt Bellamy, Chris Wolstenholme and Dominic Howard worked with the Japanese director on the short. Tekken previously collaborated with the trio on promos for Follow Me and Exogenesis: Symphony Part 3 (Redemption).
And months after Drones 2015 summer release, Howard revealed they'd already started thinking of the follow-up. He said: "We've talked about it - but we haven't really talked about when or where.
"I just know we need to do something really different to anything we've done before. It's time to kind of lose our minds a little bit more in the studio, and delve into areas of music that we're not used to or comfortable with." Watch the videohere.
The record is Clapton's first collaboration with producer Glyn Johns since 1977's groundbreaking Slowhand release. The guitarist recently told Classic Rock:
"I gave him a call and said, 'Let's go out for a bite to eat just to prove that we're still mates.' During that dinner I said we should do something, to celebrate the coming-up of our 40th anniversary. So we booked some time and went in the studio." Read morehere.
He tells Rolling Stone: "We did a couple of Temple Of The Dog songs last January. I did Mad Season with a symphony and Chris was nice enough to come out and sing for that. My feeling was, 'Wow, it would be cool to do this again.'
"I don't know what the answer is with the re-release of the record, but I would love to do something for the anniversary. That's kind of Cornell's thing. I would love to play live anytime with those guys. I'd play live with them in a heartbeat." Read morehere.
The band previously reported the follow-up to 2010's Cardiology was written for "people who love music and are constantly motivated and trying to live a rad life."
They added: "Everyone has something to prove to themselves, waking up every day and deciding to change their life for the better and help others do the same.
"Good Charlotte has always been about doing this together, motivating each other, finding the unity and energy that exists in taking life's challenges and coming out on the other side. It's about being inspired and excited to be both who you are and who you want to be." Check out the songhere.
The deluxe set, available for pre-order here, is features three CDs, a DVD and a vinyl pressing of the original album. There is also a 2-CD collection, which includes 19 rarities and b-sides, as well as live performances. A 1-CD version of the remastered album will also be available.
Disc two of the deluxe set contains songs that did not make the original 1982 album including 'If You Were My Love" and 'Smile at You." There is also an unreleased cover of the Fats Domino classic 'Blue Monday" and the extended mix of 'Gypsy," which was used in the iconic music video.
The third disc contains a dozen live songs recorded in Los Angeles during Fleetwood Mac's 1982 tour. Read morehere.
While losing founding member DeLonge could have spelled the end of the pop punk giants, the two left behind never thought about pulling the plug.
Hoppus tells Music Feeds: "Travis and I have kind of been through this situation before and he and I just love performing music and writing music together and we're really good friends.
"It never really occurred to us to stop doing what we do because we enjoy it so much. We already had these shows booked once Tom had dropped off.
"So, when Matt came in to fill in for those shows it was such a natural fit and a natural progression for us. The shows are awesome, people love Matt and it was such a great experience with him it just seemed like the next step to have him come in and write an album with him." Read morehere.
He's heard leading Angus Young and co through a rendition of classic track Thunderstruck in the minute-long clip. Guitarist Young says: "You feed off the audience - that's always been the way. We want to unleash the beasts, get them out!"
AC/DC and Rose play 10 more shows in the coming weeks, completing commitments that were rescheduled after Brian Johnson was forced to stop touring. He'll meet a hearing expert next week, with the hope of resolving his issues so he can perform live again. Watch the videohere.
The Ghoul tells MetalSucks: "Our European tour starts on May 27 and that stretches into the beginning of July. After that we have an EP coming out. That's going to be great - it's going to re-energise the whole cycle."
He adds: "There's going to be some new material. We're going to have a new stage show, a completely different setting. We're going to terrorize you with that up until next year." Read more and watch the full interviewhere.
Subrosa will also launch a limited edition Thunderbeast X Slayer frame and a Pivotal seat. Subrosa say: "We couldn't think of a bigger way to celebrate our 10th year as a brand than teaming up with Slayer to create some of the most badass BMX bikes ever seen.
"BMX has always had love for metal. Whether it's in the headphones of riders ripping through town, background music during a contest run, or the soundtrack to some of the most famous and influential video parts, Slayer has been a huge piece of it all." Read morehere.
The run of 15 dates will get underway in Berlin on November 22 and wrap up in Hamburg on December 8 and support on all dates will be provided by High On Fire,.
The band's show in Paris on December 6 will take place at the Bataclan, which is due to reopen in November after last year's terror attacks. See the tour dates and check out the album teaserhere.
The 44-year-old was charged with vehicular homicide in Nashville, reportedly driving under the influence of Lortab and Xanax when he caused the death of 47-year-old Paul Shoulders by clipping his pickup truck at an estimated 101 miles per hour.
Harrell was also convicted for a separate DUI charge in Mississippi in February 2014. He was finally sentenced to two years in prison and six years probation late last year.
Singer Brad Arnold tells Loudwire: "For us, he was more than our bandmate - he's our brother. I've known Todd for a lot longer than we've been in the band together. We'll never turn our back on him.
"He's definitely got his things to face right now, and we hope he gets his life straightened out. Our new song Fell From the Moon is sort of about him, just of how you can have everything going your way and it can all fall apart really fast." Read more and watch the full interviewhere.
"Both Collette & I are massive thinkers - constantly pondering about life, people, experiences & encounters we've had individually or together & we're always seeking to gain more understanding about everything. The conclusions and thought processes really inform the majority of our writing.
Shake Shake was written by me. It was inspired by heartbreak and the 'boomerang' effect that some people fall into after a long term relationship. I was interested in really exploring why we fall into that place - I feel it's not particularly a good thing for us emotionally or physically to allow it to happen but I wondered if sometimes it actually can give closure or helps you to discover a new part of yourself... or maybe it actually does just rub salt into the wounds until you gain strength to walk away... It's pretty intense but ended up writing this song about that particular thought, feeling and process in the aim that it will help comfort / strengthen people going through that part!
The recording process was really interesting and fun working with Rocky O'Reilly & Peter McCauley in Start Together studios. We really explored the sounds in the aim to try and capture that raw high energy & intensity of the situation through the right instrument sounds & exploring some of the drum grooves!
The video then was created by working with our friend Darren Lee (Maverick Renegade productions) in Glasgowbury music hub where we aimed to create something that would capture our live energy as a duo whilst adding in some metaphorical visuals to empathise with that unsettling feeling that the song is about - which was the camera shutters & our hula hooping (which turns out Collette rocks at!!!)
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself as you watch the video here and learn more about the groupright here!