Randy Blythe joined HELLYEAH on stage in North Carolina last week for their final song of the night, “Hell Yeah.” Check it out.
Couldn’t be at the Glastonbury Festival this year? The band asked renowned filmmaker Julien Temple to make this film for their Glastonbury debut. Check out the intro before the guys came on stage as “The Good, The Bad And The Ugly” got interrupted for a special Glastonbury only introduction!
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HELLYEAH has released a new lyric video for “Moth” from their newest album Blood for Blood.
Foo Fighters headlined the Firefly Music Fesitval in Delaware over the weekend and filled their encore with covers of Queen’s “Under Pressure”, Van Halen’s “Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love”, The Rolling Stones’ “Miss You”, and Alice Cooper’s “School’s Out.”
Due to guitarist Chris Shiflett’s broken ankle, he played the whole show sitting down. This was the only date of the summer for the band.
On Friday night in Italy, while playing an extended version of their song “Daughter,” Pearl Jam busted out a little “Let It Go.”
Check out the new video from The Pretty Reckless for “Messed Up World.” Catch them play at The Arvest Bank Theater at The Midland with Adelitas Way Oct. 19.
Listen to “Villains of Circumstances”, a brand new song QOTSA’s Josh Homme debuted during an acoustic show in London this week.
Seether will release their new album Isolate and Medicate on July 1, and just released their new single and lyric video “Words As Weapons.”
Ferrell dropped the new challenge in an interview with SPIN, saying, “We did talk about another drum-off. With a third person that looks eerily similar to Chad and I. A third drummer out there.” With a little prodding from Smith, he continued, “We talked about Lars, from Metallica. So, I don’t know. … Lars gets pissed because he gets mistaken for both me and Chad Smith. He can settle that score now, too.”
“There it is,” added Smith. “The gauntlet is down.”
While we wait for Ulrich to respond, ABC News Radio reminds us that the original drum battle was for charity — and reports that specially screened and autographed cymbals ($1,000) and drum heads ($500) are still for sale, with proceeds going to the non-profits designated by Ferrell and Smith. For more information, visit the Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ Facebook page.