The tour bus was reportedly hit as it was partially on the shoulder of the road, according to reports (including ITV). Radomsko police spokesperson said that band members were taken to the hospital for examination but were not believed to have been seriously injured.
The driver of the truck was reportedly the most seriously injured in the accident. The band canceled their concert in Krakow on Sunday night but are expected to continue the tour in Liepzig, Germany on Tuesday.
The shows were the kick off of the Australian and New Zealand leg of Guns N' Roses Not In This Lifetime reunion tour. During the first show on Feb 10th, Axl Rose introduces Young with the following: "We're gonna bring out a friend of ours. Ladies and gentlemen, Angus Young!"
Angus appeared on stage wearing jeans and a t-shirt and Rose had on an AC/DC jacket. Rose joked, "Here's something you never see," joked Rose "He didn't have his school uniform, but I'm wearing a school jacket."here.
During his celebrated career, Bowie won only one Grammy award for "Best Short Form Video" back in 1984, according to CBS Radio. But on Sunday night he was honored with five Grammy awards, sweeping every category he was nominated for.
Although snubbed for Best Rock Album for his final studio effort "Black Star", the album ended up winning the Best Alternative Music Album award and the title track won for Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song. "Black Star" also won Grammys for Best Recording Package and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. Read morehere.
The pairing suffered through a technical glitch by producers when James Hetfield's microphone failed to work during the first verse, forcing him to share Gaga's with her as they ploughed through the blazing track from their No. 1 album, "Hardwired…To Self Destruct."
At the end of the performance, a visibly frustrated Hetfield kicked over his mic stand and threw his guitar offstage. After making headline worldwide for her Super Bowl 51 halftime show, hard rock and metal fan Gaga was thrilled to be working with one of her favorites, tweeting a photo and writing, "Gonna listen to Metallica all day and party with my friends and then play with them at the Grammy's."
Gaga even marked the occasion by getting a giant moth tattoo across her back before the appearance and sharing a photo via Instagram. Watch the performancehere.
The band had previously been nominated eleven times for Grammys and this year's win for Best Metal Performance marks the first time they took home the trophy from the music industry's rap and pop focused annual popularity contest.
The Megadeth track pulled out the victory over the other nominees: Baroness' "Shock Me," Gojira's "Silvera," Korn's "Rotting in Vain" and Periphery's "The Price is Wrong."
The metal legends did not win during the televised broadcast of the Auto-tune producer created music dominated portion of the event but were instead honored during the Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony event. Read morehere.
The catalog includes some of the late music icon's most popular albums including Prince, Dirty Mind, Controversy, 1999, Purple Rain, Around the World in a Day, Parade, Sign O' The Times, Batman and Diamonds and Pearls.
WBR chairman and CEO Cameron Strang had these comments, "Prince recorded his most influential and popular music during his time with Warner Bros. and we are deeply aware of our responsibility to safeguard and nurture his incredible legacy. "here.
The new video continues the twisted narrative established in the band's two previous clips "Waste A Moment" and "Find Me," striking tone somewhere between Stranger Things and Twin Peaks.
The band play a group of paranormal investigators in search of a mysterious glowing sphere which has crashed into a local forest. The extraterrestrial object is presumably the cause of the series of strange events played out in the band's recent videos. Watch the videohere.
The band members are continuing to recover from their fatal 2015 tour bus crash which cost drummer Andrew Tkaczyk one of his legs and now frontman Jonathan Vigil says in the new message that they are not far enough along in their recovery to take part in the annual tour.
He said in part, "A lot of people, including ourselves, thought we were going to be a lot further along than we are currently. Unfortunately, we're not going to be able to play this summer." Watch the full videohere.
The album is set to be released in various formats including digitally, CD and vinyl and the announcement says that it will be an authentic live recording with no overdubs.
It was captured during Clark's 2016 tour in support of his "The Story of Sonny Boy Slim" and will include two previously unreleased covers: Jimmy Reed's "Honest I Do" and Elmore James' "My Baby's Gone". Read morehere.
Frontman Vic Fuentes had this to say about song, "We weren't really sure what kind of song we were making when we recorded 'Floral & Fading,' It was sort of a studio experiment that ended up being one of my favorites on the album. It's a love song to my girl about ignoring all the internet hate we got when we first started dating and focusing on each other instead." Watch the video here.
The band will be hitting the road later this week for their Rest In Space headline tour of North American which will feature support from Falling In Reverse and Crown The Empire. Read morehere.
The band is currently touring Europe with Disturbed and Chevelle and Christ revealed that he will be returning to the trek when it hits Berlin on Wednesday (Feb. 15th.)
Calling himself Daddy Christ, he had this message for fans, "Hello to all the fans out there, I wanted to share the news with you all that my wife and I recently added a new addition to the A7X family, Franklin James." Read morehere.
Frankenstein is joined in the Doyle project by Cancerslug vocalist Alex "Wolfman" Story and the new album will be released in various CD and vinyl formats including limited edition versions. Stream the new song here
Doyle are currently on the road for the Abominate The World Tour, which includes several dates in the UK, Germany, Austria, Italy, Hungary, and more, with 2017 US Dates to be announced. See the current dateshere.
The special event will be taking place on February 25th from noon to 4 pm at the Cafe de Paris and will include the world premiere of a new 60 minute documentary that features never-before-seen classic archival footage of Hughes from the 1970's.
The film screening will be followed by a two hour story telling session hosted by Vintage Television's Friday Night Rock Show host, Nicky Horne. For VIP ticket holders, the evening will conclude with a private audience with Glenn who will be signing an exclusive CD and answering questions.
Rutherford had these comments, "In 1985 we were having the best time in Genesis. But after 28 years, myself Phil and Tony wanted variety, so we ran our band and our solo careers side by side happily for many years. To be honest, it saved Genesis. The fact I'm still doing it with the Mechanics just makes me smile."
He adds, "I've never had a long-term plan, even with Genesis. I'll put Let My Fly out and I'll see where it goes. What happens this year will tell me what to do next. I like that!"
The band will be promoting the album by touring Europe throughout February and March, and will take to the stage at BST Hyde Park with Phil Collins and Blondie on June 30. Read morehere.
Halford explained in the interview some of the reasons why the album had a different sound for the group. He said, "One of the major things was that for the first time in many, many years, we were able to take our time in making a record. Prior to that, we'd just been bashing them out at a ferocious speed. When I look back at how we were able to accomplish what we did, and the quality of the work, it's quite remarkable."
When pressed on the differences, he elaborated future. "We had all these new ideas, like using guitar synthesizers and so forth, and we were just very interested and intrigued by what we could do with these new inventions. To have these sounds, it was an exciting time. We were coming off of back-to-back big records, [1982's] Screaming for Vengence and [1984's] Defenders of the Faith, and I think we were just looking, as much as ever, for a new experience. And that happened in the '80s for a lot of bands, not just Judas Priest. We got caught up in all that. It's a unique album in our catalog, nothing comes remotely close to it."
Halford then explained the fans reactions when the band performs the album's title song live. "Once Glenn [Tipton, guitarist] plays that opening 'Turbo Lover' sound, everyone goes nuts. It just goes to show you that time can give you a different perspective on something that was controversial, and now is enjoyed with affection." Read more of the interviewhere.
On the Music Industry and the Kansas album The Prelude Implicit: "The music industry is a different animal these days. There are no record stores anymore. Even retail store music sections are a fraction of a fraction of what they used to be. Everybody downloads. I think two or three songs off of The Prelude Implicit were on YouTube before we even released the album. How did that happen?
"The music industry, as far as sales are concerned, is a different environment these days. For Kansas to be as lucky as we have been with this album…Wow. For a classic rock band from the '70s…what a gift. It was a gift for me to fall into this position. The sales of the album have been fantastic. Our label couldn't be happier and that is all that matters right there. When we were recording we'd hear the engineers going, 'This album is really good. There is no filler.' When you hear that around the corner and it is unsolicited then it is really flattering. We really put every ounce of heart and soul into every song and it is something we are really proud of.
"We also have the album out on vinyl. There is an etching of the phoenix on the cover on the [vinyl] album. When I show my friends how cool this looks they are like, "That is so cool I am going to buy that album." I say, "Do you have a turntable?" They say, "No, but this is too cool." It was a great marketing idea.
On Replacing Steve Walsh: I am up there taking the place of one of my lifelong idols, Steve Walsh. He is not only one of the best singers of all-time, but also one of the greatest keyboard players of all-time, and one of the greatest entertainers of all-time. I attribute my voice to listening to Steve Walsh and Steve Perry and Lou Gramm…The stress level and excitement level was off the charts for me when I did the first gig in Oklahoma…I was so nervous. In some respects it seems like yesterday and in other ways it feels like ten years from now.
"Lawrence Gowan who plays in STYX replaced Dennis DeYoung. They have this thing called Behind the Music on VH1. Talk about bad timing…right before my first gig with Kansas I happened to watch the episode on STYX. They are talking to Lawrence and he is saying that he was in the band a year and he would walk out on stage and people in the audience were going, "F*** YOU. WHERE IS DENNIS?" The guy is phenomenal. Is he Dennis? No, but he is phenomenal in his own right. Talk about a perfect fit for the band…he is great. I am watching this and I am like, "Oh my God, what have I gotten myself into? I am going to go out there taking Steve Walsh's place and they are going to stone me until there is nothing but a pile of bloody applesauce in the middle of the stage. The Kansas fans have been so overwhelmingly accepting of me. I thank my lucky stars for that." Check out the full espisode