In the spirit of Mother’s Day yesterday, Halestorm revealed their new lyric video for their song “Dear Daughter.” The song and video have a powerful and uplifting message, accompanied by a piano-driven melody.

You can catch Halestorm at Rockfest in Kansas City on May 30 alongisde Rob Zombie, Volbeat, Anthrax, The Pretty Reckless and plenty more.

Godsmack Teams Up With US Military For Video Release

Godsmack is doing a campaign with the U.S. military for their new single, “What’s Next?”

The campaign will be about raising awareness to help out homeless veterans and military members who suffer from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder.)

Godsmack’s music was used for six years in recruiting videos for the Navy.

“What’s Next?” is on the band’s latest album, “1000hp” which came out last August.


Former Three Days Grace Frontman Adam Gontier Forms Group With Staind, Finger Eleven Players

Former Three Days Grace lead singer Adam Gontier teamed up with Staind guitarist Mike Mushok, former Finger Eleven drummer Rich Beddoe and bassist Corey Lowery to form the supergroup Saint Asonia.

The lineup hasn’t been confirmed but a 38 second trailer featuring Mushok and Gontier was released. The clip hints at something arriving on May 16th, possibly a single.

The video states the group has combined for 25 top 10 rock singles and 17 number one hit songs.

Gontier left Three Days Grace in 2012 while Staind hasn’t released an album since 2011.



It seems Tool’s follow-up to 2006’s 10,000 Days is moving along after Tool finally settled a multi-year law suit last month. Adam Jones posted pictures and videos to Instagram to prove that’s true.

The first picture shows 10,000 Days engineer Joe Barresi behind a mixing board. The second posting is a video showing Adam Jones playing a “strange” string of notes, possibly giving us a taste of what’s to come.

In an interview in March, Adam Jones said there is one track finished and 10 still in the works.

*A little taste ~ Mixing a would be jam with Evil Joe Barresi. ~ #Tool

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*A little taste ~ Mixing a would be jam with Evil Joe Barresi. ~ #Tool

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Black Sabbath Announce 2016 Farewell Tour

Ozzy Osbourne announced Black Sabbath will begin their farewell tour in 2016. Ozzy hasn’t released any details on the final tour at this time and admitted things could change.

Ozzy is doing several solo shows this year and will continue his solo career when Sabbath calls it quits. The band also wants to do one more studio album.


Motorhead’s Pulling Out of Brazilian Festival Saturday is Latest in Series of Health Related Cancelations

Motorhead called off its appearance at the Monsters of Rock festival in Brazil when frontman Lemmy Kilmister became ill just hours before they were to take the stage on Saturday.

Media reports said Lemmy was suffering from gastric distress and dehydration. He was to undergo tests at a local hospital. Saturday’s episode isn’t the first health issue for Lemmy, now 69. Motorhead, for instance, had to cancel a series of shows in early 2014; there were missed dates in 2013, as well.

‘He’s been up and down — he’s got a really bad diabetic problem and it changes on a daily basis,’ Motorhead manager Todd Singerman said early last year. ‘A lot of it is fighting the bad habits, the things he’s not supposed to do any more. He’s stopped smoking, but he probably sneaks Jack and Coke here and there — he’d be lying if he said he’d stopped.’

Two different groups rushed to fill in today at the Monsters of Rock festival. Guitarist Phil Campbell and drummer Mikkey Dee, both bandmates of Lemmy’s, were to take part in a loose jam at Sao Paulo’s Arena Anhembi with members of Sepultura and others. Judas Priest was also reportedly set to play an extra 30 minutes in their subsequent slot.

Ozzy Osbourne closed out the Saturday schedule of performers. The slate for Sunday (April 26) included Kiss, Yngwie Malmsteen, Steel Panther and others.


Teenager Timekiller, a supergroup created by Corrosion of Conformity‘s Reed Mullin, My Ruin’s Mick Murphy and producer John “Lou” Lousteau and featuring tons of different artists is set to release their Greatest Hit Vol. 1 album on July 31. They have now released a new track preview of Hung Out to Dry featuring Randy Blythe on vocals and Dave Grohl on bass.

Here’s the full track-list and also who will appear on what song for Greatest Hits Vol. 1.

1. “Exploder”
Vocals: Reed Mullin
Featuring: Bassist Pat Hoed and drummer London May

2. “Crowned by the Light of the Sun”
Vocals: Neil Fallon
Featuring: Guitarist Jim Rota and bassist Dave Grohl

3. “Hung Out to Dry”
Vocals: Randy Blythe
Featuring Guitarist Mike Schaefer and bassist Dave Grohl

4. “Power Outage”
Vocals: Clifford Dinsmore
Featuring: Bassist Dave Grohl

5. “Ode to Hannity”
Vocals: Jello Biafra
Featuring: Bassist Mike Dean

6. “Barrio”
Vocals: Matt Skiba
Featuring: Guitarist Brian Baker

7. “The Dead Hand”
Vocals: Reed Mullin
Featuring: Guitarist Woody Weatherman and bassist Dave Grohl

8. “Egobomb”
Vocals: Corey Taylor
Featuring: Bassist Dave Grohl

9. “Plank Walk”
Vocals: Pete Stahl
Featuring: Guitarist Greg Anderson and bassist Dave Grohl

10. “Time to Die”
Vocals: Mike “IX” Williams
Featuring: Guitarist Greg Anderson

11. “Days of Degradation”
Vocals: Tommy Victor
Featuring: Bassist Dave Grohl

12. “Clawhoof”
Vocals: Tairrie B. Murphy
Featuring: Basssist Dave Grohl

13. “Big Money”
Vocals: Lee Ving
Featuring: Guitarist / Bassist Pat Smear and drummer London May

14. “Devil in This House”
Vocals: Karl Agell
Featuring: Bassist Dave Grohl

15. “Say Goodnight to Acolyte”
Vocals: Phil Rind
Featuring: Guitarist Jason Browning and bassist Dave Grohl

16. “Ignorant People”
Vocals: Tony Foresta
Featuring: Guitarist Greg Anderson and bassist Nick Oliveri

17. “Son of an Immigrant”
Vocals: Johnny Weber
Featuring: Guitarist Brian Baker

18. “Your Empty Soul”
Vocals: Aaron Beam

19. “Bleeding to Death”
Vocals: Vic Bondi
Featuring: Bassist Dave Grohl

20. “Teenage Time Killer”
Vocals: Trenton Rogers
Featuring: Guitarist Greg Anderson and bassist Pat Hoed


Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach and In This Moment are teaming up this fall for a North American tour, only they are letting their fans vote on which cities they should play.

The voting is now live at both Five Finger Death Punch and Papa Roach’s demand pages. The top voted cities will move on to the next round each week until the final stops are announced on May 19.

We should probably mention that Wichita is included in the options.