— Today we talk about Shania Twain’s new single, Iron Maiden’s collab with Royal Mail, and Ryan Oakes’ musical announcement. — Giddy Up with Shania Twain Shania Twain is ringing in the New Year like the queen she is. The singing sensation dropped a brand new single called “Giddy Up!” today with a music video. The single is off her new album Queen of Me, dropping February 3rd. Shania says about the track, “The saying “Let’s Go Girls!” is such a wonderfully uplifting sentiment now, but it’s just something I said during the recording in the studio and I guess… Read more »
Once again, Todd McFarlane has immortalized one of the most beloved personalities of heavy metal as a detailed action figure. This time, however, it’s not a living musician he’s paying tribute to, but a character from beyond the grave. Yes, shriveled-faced, sneering Eddie – the Iron Maiden mascot – has been preserved in plastic. “With us as individuals, we’re not really interested in being made into action figures, because we’ve got Eddie,” Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson explained Tuesday. “We’ve got plenty of incarnations of Eddie to go on with for ages.” The first Eddie doll was modeled after the claw-bearing,… Read more »
This week, Basslines and Protest Signs looks at the reaction to this year’s inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, iand why every one of them is valid and deserved.
While Vera Farmiga may be known for being a horror icon on the silver screen in ‘The Conjuring’ film franchise and ‘Bates Motel’ TV series, she also has a deep-rooted passion and connection to the music industry. Farmiga’s husband, Renn Hawkey, rose to prominence as the synthesizer player of the nu-metal group Deadsy in the mid-90s. The group worked alongside several major players within the genre including a feature with KORN’s Jonathan Davis on the track “The Key to Gramercy Park” as well as Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst directing the music video for the same single. Read more: Looks Like… Read more »
Ghost are keeping up with tradition by following up a new album with a whole host of covers of classic tracks.
A special band. An iconic venue. A life-changing night.
Power Trip is returning for the first time since 2016, and they may just have put together the finest set of headliners in festival history.
Narcotic Wasteland is gearing up to release their third LP next year and the North Carolina death metal thrashers previewed the record recently at New York City’s Gramercy Theatre. The crowd packed into the venue in anticipation of Accept’s spectacle of a headlining show but were treated to a master class in no-frills thrash metal beforehand. Opening the night with their own dose of relentlessness, the band packed their thirty-five-minute set as tight as can be, playing songs from their previous releases as well as from their as-of-yet untitled record including the just-released single “The Best Times Have Passed”. After… Read more »
We got to sit down with frontman Ajay Popoff at The Gathering in Cleveland, Ohio. When you talk to Ajay, you really get to feel the heart behind Lit.
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from New Found Glory, Hawthorne Heights, Mod Sun, and more.