The band has released a pro-shot video of their stripped-down performance of “Disposable Heroes” during the Helping Hands Benefit Concert last month. The performance kicked off the 12-song set, with frontman James Hetfield joking, “I’m not nervous at all,” before starting to play.
They’ve also revealed the upcoming charity album’s cover art, which you can check out HERE. Fans can pre-order the double-vinyl album HERE.
A new trailer just dropped for Avengers 4. In it we get a glimpse at how our heroes are reacting to the aftermath of the events of Avengers: Infinity War and feeling what most of us were feeling. The trailer comes with the tagline “Part of the journey is the end” and we now know it’s going to be called Avengers: Endgame. Check it out below:
In case you missed it, Smashing Pumpkins invited special guests Hanson onstage at their concert in the brothers’ hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma over the weekend. Together, they covered the Fleetwood Mac hit, “Landslide.”
Before they welcomed the group on stage, frontman Billy Corgan turned to guitarist James Iha to joke about how the collaboration came to be. “As you were driving in your limousine today, you saw these kids busking in the corner and you said, ‘Hey kids, come out and play this Fleetwood Mac classic with us tonight,” he said.
Smashing Pumpkins are giving fans another preview of their upcoming album “Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1.” They’ve released the opening track, “Knights of Malta.” This is the third song the band has released from the new record, previously sharing “Solara” and “Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts).”
The new album is due on November 16th and can be pre-ordered HERE.They’ll also kick off a set of 30th anniversary shows starting on November 28th in Madison, Wisconsin.
Metallica delivered a rare unplugged performance in San Francisco, California over the weekend. They played a 12-song acoustic set as part of a show celebrating the anniversary of their All Within My Hands charity foundation at the Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium.
Along with playing some of their own songs, including an acoustic rendition of their hit “Enter Sandman,” the band treated the crowd to some covers. They performed renditions of Deep Purple’s “When A Blind Man Cries,” “Veteran of the Psychic Wars” by Blue Oyster Cult, “Turn The Page” by Bob Seger, and Nazareth’s “Please Don’t Judas Me.”
Fans are understandably used to seeing the band plugged in, which is obviously the norm for the band, as well. Before kicking off the set, frontman James Hetfield joked, “I’m not nervous at all.”
Slipknot has been gearing up for a comeback. They’re supposed to drop a new album by 2019, and now they’ve finally released a new song and music video, “All Out Life.”
In a new interview, frontman Corey Taylor talks about the new release. “Everybody talks about toxic masculinity and toxic fandom these days,” he says. “For me, it’s more about this toxic idea that unless something came out 10 minutes ago, it’s not any good, and that bothers me.”
He also has some praise for his band members, including Jim Root, Clown, Alex Venturella and Jay Weinberg, who he credits for inspiring him to get back in action by writing “some of the most incredible music” that he’s ever heard.
“It’s so good and so inspiring to me that I just sat right down and wrote,” he adds. “We went ahead and we re-tracked and were actually able to beat the demo, which for us is pretty gnarly, dude.”
Bring Me The Horizon has unveiled the track list for their upcoming album “Amo.” We previously reported that the album is due for release on January 11th, but now it’s reportedly been pushed back to January 25th. Until then, fans are getting another preview with the new single and lyric video, “Wonderful Life.”
Talking about the new single, frontman Oli Sykes says it’s about “getting old and out of touch,” drawing from his experience taking a break from touring. “It’s so novel when your life is mainly spent on the road,” he continues. “On top of that, there’s this inner crisis I have of being a boring person but still having a desire to go wild inside me every now and again.”
As for the rest of the album’s tracks, Grimes, Rahzel and Dani Filth are all featured on a few songs as guests. Fans can pre-order “Amo” HERE.
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross of Nine Inch Nails are planning to release their 2017 take on John Carpenter’s theme for the classic horror film franchise “Halloween.”
They first released their version back in October of 2017 in celebration of Carpenter’s album “Anthology: Movie Themes 1974 – 1998.” With the “Halloween” reboot debuting this weekend along with Carpenter’s new original soundtrack, the Nine Inch Nails members’ version of the theme will be put out on vinyl for the first time.
The A-side of the 12-inch vinyl release will feature Reznor and Atticus’ take on the theme, while Carpenter’s 2017 version will be featured on the B-side. Fans can pre-order the release HERE.
Smashing Pumpkins have released a new music video for the track “Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts)” from their upcoming album “Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun.” With October coming to a close, the video is fittingly Halloween-themed.
Directed and written by frontman Billy Corgan, the spooky visual features the band spending the night at a haunted house for a radio promotion. The radio station’s host is played by Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath.
The band’s new album drops on November 16th and is available to pre-order HERE.