The latest episode of the ongoing Queensryche soap opera could be titled ‘A Tale of Two Queensryches.’ Singer Geoff Tate has announced the musicians he’s chosen for an entirely new lineup of the group that he is launching, while his former band mates also continue to use the name.
The reunited Black Sabbath (well, almost) performed at Lollapalooza on Aug. 3 in Chicago, and now a number of fan-filmed videos (branded by Jason Jude) have gone online at YouTube to mark the occasion.
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee is one of rock’s flashiest players, performing a very physical and flamboyant set that includes him playing upside down in a cage. In a new interview, the drummer admits that the Crue’s demanding live shows take a lot out of him.
You can’t accuse Kiss of not being savvy self-promoters. The legendary hard rockers, whose image graces everything from caskets to condoms to toilet paper, have announced they will reveal the cover art to the upcoming album ‘Monster’ via a scavenger hunt online.
Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson is not known for his reticence, and he let a fan know exactly how he felt at a concert on Thursday night (July 19), calling the man a “wanker” after he saw him texting during several songs in a row while the band performed.
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