Travis Barker Eyes June Release- Bonamassa Bonham Hughes Supergroup Lose Name- Slash's First Solo Song Now Streaming- Scalper Bust- Toto Reunion and more
The Joe Bonamassa, Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham, Derek Sherinian project is currently without a name. Forget everything you may have read about the Bonamassa supergroup being called Black Country. Another band by than name is objecting to them using it. more
Paul McCartney has announced four outdoor UK shows this summer, including the Isle of Wight festival and London's Hyde Park. The ex-Beatle also plays his first show in Cardiff for three decades, at the Millennium Stadium, as well as Hampden Park in Glasgow. more
Listen to the first single off of Slash's solo record, "By The Sword" featuring Andrew Stockdale here
John Cale has ruled out a reunion with former Velvet Underground bandmates Lou Reed and Mo Tucker - because the band wouldn't sound the same without late guitarist Sterling Morrison more
Scalper bust: Four people were indicted for illegally buying and then reselling tickets to sought-after shows like Bruce Springsteen, Hannah Montana and Bon Jovi concerts as well as top Broadway shows and baseball games, the Justice Department said on Monday. more
A limited edition, orange vinyl 7" reissue of Soundgarden's SubPop debut single 'Hunted Down' b/w 'Nothing To Say' will be available at select independent record stores on Record Store Day more
After nearly 17 years in existence, Theatre of Tragedy has decided to call it a day and close down. more
Alexisonfire have released a free iPhone App. Fans will be able to watch videos through the app, post messages in real time on the fan wall, follow the band's Twitter posts, view the latest concert dates and photo streams, and much more.
Toto are planning to reunite in some incarnation for a summer tour of Europe according to this report.
The latest episode of Talking Metal features an with former KISS andcurrent Grand Funk Rairoad lead guitarist Bruce Kulick. Topics include Bruce's new "BK3" solo album, Nick Simmons, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer, John Corabi, Tobias Sammet, "Doug" Fieger (Note: this interview was recorded a few days before Fieger's passing), the "BK3" track "I'll Survive", Paul Stanley, KISS' "Carnival of Souls" and "Sonic Boom" albums, Blackjack, and Michael Bolton. The podcast can be downloaded here
Mumiy Troll, Russia's biggest rock band, have confirmed today that they will make their network television debut on March 2, 2010 on CBS' Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
A Facebook group has been created to serve as a petition to include Iron Maiden at either the opening or closing ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England more
Pavement have played their first show in over a decade, taking to the stage at Auckland Town Hall, New Zealand Monday night (March 1). The band – who have been rehearsing around 40 songs for their forthcoming tour – played hits from across their career at the gig more
Although they broke up in mid-2008, Ambitions recently found themselves in the studio recording for a compilation and decided to record new material for a 7" to be titled "Surface To Air." more
According to Comicbookresources.com, Incarnate creator Nick Simmons (KISS' Gene Simmons son) has responded to widespread accusations that he plagiarized Bleach and other popular manga, saying that "certain similarities" were "simply meant as an homage to artists I respect." more
Cattle Decapitation has enlisted the services of bass player Derek Engemann. more -