Metallica Has a Touring Washing Machine

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Think your band has ‘made it’? Think again. Metallica has their own touring washing machine! If you’ve ever wondered why they look so damn good on stage, wonder no more. When their clothes are clean, they feel confident enough to play some of their lesser-known songs like “Dryer’s Eve” or “Until it Spins”.

 

Pantera Responds to Band Who Vandalized Dimebag’s Grave

Pantera responded to the unknown band who vandalized the grave of late guitarist Dimebag Darrell. Pantera asked everyone to show respect to the guitarist and his grave.

They are disgusted by what happened and called the cops.

A band who uses the social media handle, “crustyplague” spit on Dimebag’s grave, wrote a homophobic slur and stole a pair of cowboy boots that were placed on the grave.

Sweet Butt Music: Check Out The Booty Drum

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We all know what TWERKING is now, so maybe this was just a matter of time: Now you can create a song using the unique gyrations, claps, jiggles, and pops of your OWN butt cheeks.

An audio design company called AIAIAI in Denmark just created a new invention called the Booty Drum, that creates music based on your twerking.

You attach two sensors to your butt, and start shaking. The sensors have accelerometers in them, so as your butt bounces, they track its movement and craft a set of drum loops. Then they’re assembled into a music track.

For now, the Booty Drum is still experimental . . . so you can’t go out and buy one yet. But if there’s enough demand, they can’t deny us forever.

Fake Jim Carrey Fools Czech Awards Show

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If I was in the audience, I would’ve been thinking, “How lame has Jim Carrey become? He’s just gonna walk out, pop some confetti, and leave? Booooo!”. But – it was lame because it wasn’t the real thing, just some cheap Czechoslovakian knockoff Jim Carrey. If any mystery remained, though, the REAL Carrey took to Twitter to clear things up.

 

Jimmy Page Shares a Led Zeppelin Cover by Some Kids

Well, not just any kids: The Louisville Leopard Percussionists have received a huge Facebook endorsement for their xylophone-driven run through a series of Led Zeppelin classics.

Page shared the link out to his 1.6 million followers:

 

Def Leppard Not Playing New Music For Summer Tour

Def Leppard lead singer Joe Elliott said the band will absolutely not play new music during their upcoming tour with Styx and Tesla.

Elliott doesn’t want poor quality versions put on YouTube.  He wants fans to hear the songs for the first time when they are completed and not a crappy version from an iPhone.

He also shot down any chance of the three bands performing together.

The 48 city trek begins June 23rd in Tampa, Florida and ends October 4th in Bismarck, North Dakota.