Dave Grohl announced the first trailer, for his upcoming TV series, “Sonic Highways” has been released.
Grohl said the idea for the show began while the band recorded in different studios across the country for their upcoming album.
The 8 episode series will be on HBO and focuses on a different city in each episode. The 8 cities the band traveled to are, Chicago, Austin, Nashville, Los Angeles, Seattle, New Orleans, Washington DC and New York.
We can’t wait for this show.
ABC’s “Sing Your Face Off” features five celebrity contestants taking on the identity of an iconic music performer.
Watch Sebastian Bach bust out Lady Gaga and Adam Levine.
Shouldn’t those performers be taking on the identity of Sebastian Bach?
Added bonus video of Jon Lovitz as Elton John.
Staind frontman Aaron Lewis stopped the band’s show mid-song at Saturday’s (May 31) Rockfest in Kansas City to berate concertgoers who were allegedly “molesting” a teenage girl while she was crowd surfing at the gig.
Quiet singing and then yelling and then back to quiet singing.
This video of YouTuber Rob Scallion covering Slayer’s Raining Blood has already racked up over 1.2 million views. The dude’s got skills.
Marilyn Manson confirmed he will have a recurring role on the upcoming 7th and final season of “Sons Of Anarchy.”
Manson will play the role of Ron Tully, an imprisoned white supremacist who helps main character Jax Teller gain more power.
Earlier this spring, Manson said he would be doing music for the show and would have a small appearance.
The show will return on FX in September.
Dance, baby, dance! Watch, baby, watch!
Ah, we can remember the first time we tried a Warhead. Especially our cheeks, which have never been the same.
Well, thanks to their parents, who were kind (or mean) enough to film their reaction, these kids may never forget.
Well, at least the most annoying in the morning:
Seth Rogen and Snoop Dogg offered a “Game of Thrones” recap during Snoop’s GGN web series.
At one point Snoop explains: “His father was gonna hook him up, but he couldn’t shut his ass up, so now he’s gonna have to fight this big-ass gigantic motherf—r,” Snoop explains.
Former Journey lead singer Steve Perry performed in public for the first time since the 1990’s with the “Eels” on Sunday night in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
He performed several Journey songs including, “Open Arms” and “Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin’.”
Perry left Journey in 1986 but played his last show with the band on November 3rd, 1991 in San Francisco.
He is currently working on his first solo album in 20 years.