This video shows Rage Against The Machine’s whole set when they played at Pitzer College in California in February 1992, several months before the release of their debut album.
Marilyn Manson shared a new song “Cupid Carries a Gun” which will be on his upcoming album “The Pale Emperor.”
Part of the song was used in the opening credits for the show “Salem” last year.
Manson said it was the last song he finished for the album and is about the Salem Witch Trials.
The song can be heard on his Facebook page.
“The Pale Emperor” comes out January 20th.
Rob Zombie took to Facebook to announce a new live album called Spookshow International Live which will be out soon. Here’s his announcement:
He also posted the tracklist:
1 – “Teenage Nosferatu Pussy”
2 – “Superbeast”
3 – “Living Dead Girl”
4 – “Dead City Radio”
5 – “Drum Solo”
6 – “More Human Than Human”
7 – “Sick Bubblegum”
8 – “House of 1000 Corpses”
9 – “Meet The Creeper”
10 – “Never Gonna Stop”
11 – “Blitzkrieg Bop” (Ramones cover)
12 – “Thunderkiss ’65″
13 – “Jesus Frankenstein”
14 – “We’re An American Band” (Grand Funk Railroad cover)
15 – “Dragula”
16 – “Demonoid Phenomenon”
17 – “Pussy Liqour”
18 – “Demon Speeding”
19 – “Gong Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga”
Foo Fighters played on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” a couple weeks ago and sat down before the show to discuss their songwriting process for their new album Sonic Highways. He then goes on to explain the meaning behind “I Am A River” specifically, which they went on to play later in the show. Check out that performance here.
Guitar World Magazine’s February issue is a huge tribute to Dimebag Darrell and in addition to the tribute, they have also made a never-before-heard song “Whiskey Road” available for streaming.
The song features Dimebag on both vocals and all the instruments. The song was recorded in 2001 during Pantera’s last tour outing.
Listen to the song here.
Filmed at Knotfest 2014 in San Bernardino, CA.
Marilyn Manson’s new album The Pale Emporer will be out January 20, but here’s the first music video from his new album for “Deep Six.”
Foo Fighters appeared on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night (Dec. 18) to perform “I Am A River” from Sonic Highways.
The Who has announced that it will be joined by a newly minted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame act, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, when the British rock legends hit the road for the North American legs of their 50th anniversary next year. Jett and her longtime backing group will be special guests for the entire stateside segment of The Who Hits 50! trek, which kicks off April 15 in Tampa, Florida.
“Having Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, a great American rock band, support us on our North American dates will ensure concertgoers a full night of entertainment,” says Who frontman Roger Daltrey. “I love her.”
Who guitarist/songwriter Pete Townshend adds, “We’ve been very close friends with Joan Jett for a long time. She is the real deal. This will be a great night of rock and roll for everyone.”
As for Jett, she notes that after she left her first band, The Runaways, The Who and their manager, Bill Curbishley, allowed her to use their studio, which, she says, “gave me the freedom to start my label, Blackheart Records.” Joan adds, “I’ve modeled my career and my company after their amazing organization. I’m so happy to be part of their 50th anniversary tour. No one personifies Rock and Roll Royalty more than The Who.”
Jett & the Blackhearts are scheduled to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland on April 18, which happens to be an off day on The Who’s tour.
Back in July, Jett and her group joined Daltrey to perform at a benefit concert in Philadelphia that raised funds for a local hospital that, in conjunction with the Teen Cancer America organization, is building a unit geared toward the needs of teenagers and young adults fighting cancer.
The Who and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts will be in Kansas City at the Sprint Center on May 5. Get tickets here.