Stonewall, Louisiana's Shayliff will rock DemonFest 2014 in Natchitoches this month. But for twin brothers and band mates Grayson and Shay Bailiff, half the fun of performing comes from a little sibling rivalry -- something they aren't shy about displaying on stage.
From the heart-shaped frozen treats grandma used to make, Peanut Butter Lovesicle delivers Psychedelic rock with a high-energy stage presence. The band from Ocean City, NJ will soon bring their sound to the South.
Natchitoches, Louisiana's DemonFest 2014, going down Saturday, March 22, will mark the band's first visit to the Sportsman's Paradise.
"Breaking Bad" tells the story of Walter White, a chemistry teacher with inoperable lung cancer who starts making and selling meth to make sure his family is cared for after he’s gone. And this scorching cover of the show's theme song tells the story of how awesome TV show themes can sound when they're redone as metal songs.
A ferocious five piece hard rock/metal band from Los Angeles that's been relentlessly crushing American stages since early 2006, Crowned by Fire is set to release their new album, “Space Music for Cave People.”
Breaktime for Francis and Dauzat/St. Marie hit Natchitoches, La. Sunday, Jan. 26 at the Point Place Marina. The pop-punk rock band from North Louisiana is known in the area with performances at Jazz Fest, the Riverside Warehouse in Shreveport and Lake Charles.
A mysterious Youtuber, Oilid D., has delivered a metal version of 'You Spin me Round (Like a Record).' The song, originally released by the band Dead or Alive in 1985, was known for its 80s glamour, big hair styles and golden flag line dancing.
Introducing a cowbell, darker vocals and power-house screaming, Oilid D. gives way more emotion to the upbeat, electronic lyrics.
What Christmas is complete without 'Frosty the Snowman'? So get close to the fire, grab a couple beers and start moshing to this heavy metal song about a snowman who comes to town. With fast paced drums and a collective group of screaming rockers, this song makes the holidays complete.
Jessie J, a British singer known for her electropop music and soulful lyrics, stands out from the crowd for her style and fun, unique songs. She was chosen as an opening act for Katy Perry's California Dreams tour in 2011. So, she's a strong female pop contender. But can she mesh with heavy metal music?
Lady Gaga's song "Applause" is heavy on electronic beats and Gaga's deep hypnotic vocals. However, take four friends with a passion for music, and turn them lose on this song and you get one awesome rock cover.
Take Katy Perry's song 'ET,' with its heavy electronic sounds and pop influence, and add some high energy hard rock. The result? An all-out rock version that gives listeners an alternative to party all night to.
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