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Day in Rock Report for 03/25/2019


03/25/2019

Vinnie Vincent Comeback Singer On Why Shows Where Canceled
KISS fans were disappointed when former guitarist Vinnie Vincent pulled out of his comeback shows and a singer - Read more


Van Halen's 5150 Anniversary Celebrated By Sammy Hagar
Former Van Halen frontman Sammy Hagar reflects on the release of his debut album with the blockbuster band, '5150', - Read more

More Slipknot Lawsuit Details Surface
Slipknot made headlines last week when they parted ways with longtime member Chris Fehn - Read more

Les Claypool Leaks Slayer's Final Tour Plans
Primus star Les Claypool revealed a big 'secret' during a recent podcast interview that his band will be supporting Slayer - Read more

Foo Fighters Star Shares Song From New Solo Album
Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett has shared the second song from his forthcoming solo album - Read more

Creed Frontman Scott Stapp Releases Song From New Album
Former Creed frontman Scott Stapp has revealed a brand new song called 'Purpose For Pain', - Read more

Metallica Share Live Video From Rare Louisville concert
Metallica are streaming video of a performance of their 1991 classic, 'Enter Sandman', from a March 9 show - Read more

Sublime With Rome Release New Song 'Blackout'
Sublime With Rome have released a brand new singled called 'Blackout'. - Read more

Singled Out: As Within, So Without
Metalcore band As Within, So Without just released their debut album and to celebrate we asked Lukas Vitullo to tell us about the song 'Departure'. - Read more

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