The pint-sized heavy metal musicians who became a huge hit at Coachella have just signed a record contract that will make them the richest kids on their block.
The band — Unlocking the Truth — formed when the kids were just 10 and 11.
They were so good they were quickly booked on Amateur Night at the Apollo.
But they hit it big at the ripe old ages of 12 and 13 when they became the youngest group ever to perform on the main stage at Coachella.
Under the contract, they’ll get the following advances:
– $60,000 for the first album
– $325,000 for the second
– $400,000 for the third
– $450K for the fourth
– $550K for the fifth
If they sell enough records they’ll also get royalties.
Royal Blood has released a new music video for “Figure It Out” from their forthcoming, debut album. Their new album will be released on August 25.
Check out the new music video for Avenged Sevenfold’s “This Means War.” Filmed over two weeks around Latin America, this video shows the essence of one of their live shows and the crowd singing along unison, mixed with shots of riot police to enhance Avenged Sevenfolds anthem-like song.
Faith No More debut 2 new songs at Hyde Park show
Faith No More debuted two new songs at their show at Hyde Park in London on Friday. One of the songs is called “Leader Of Men” and the other is called, “Motherf***** on the phone.”
In May the band tweeted that it was time to get more creative and teased the possibility of new music.
Faith No More’s last album was, “Album Of The Year” in 1997.
Two tour buses for Styx and Foreigner” caught fire yesterday while the bands are out on their, “The Soundtrack Of Summer” tour.
The buses were empty at the time of the fire and no one was hurt. How the fire started still isn’t known at this time.
The bands will be playing in Camden, New Jersey tonight. They started the tour on May 16th.
Royal Blood has had huge success with their current single “Out of the Black” despite forming just two years ago and having released just one EP so far. Now they have announced their first full-length album will be released on August 25 via Warner Bros Records. You can get a taste of what their debut album will sound like by streaming their new song “Figure It Out” below.
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!
HELLYEAH has released a new lyric video for “Moth” from their newest album Blood for Blood.